To what extent do we put ourselves, each other, and our relationships in fixed, sharply-defined boxes? Do we exude trust to people we meet? How often do we project our own wants and needs onto other people? How do the experiences of men and women differ on dating apps? Why do men behave so badly towards women (both online and in the meatspace)? How can people improve their dating experiences? How do we tell our own stories? And how do we recognize the ways in which our lives and the lives of others can intersect such that everyone is better off? How can we recognize and avoid "takers"? Steve Dean is an NYC-based dating & relationship coach, researcher, educator, and community builder. He offers dating coaching and experimental events through Dateworking.com, and hosts the Dateworking podcast which explores the nuances across relationships in romance, friendships, workplaces, and communities. You can find Steve on Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, Medium, and Twitter: @stevenmdean. In his spare time, Steve delights in daylong walks through natural and built environments, punctuated by photography and puppy petting.
Oh Hey Tinder Tales is on Patreon Now! Consider Donating at https://www.patreon.com/TinderTalesPodWelcome to Tinder Tales! This is my podcast about the best and worst of Online Dating. Listen to my guest Comedian Steve Dean! We talk about creating a profile that's perfect for you, being against the phrase serious in dating, and better video dates for the pandemic.HOLY SHIT! We are on iTunes! Please Rate and Subscribe!We are officially sponsored by AltPlayground.net. The best site for people in alternative lifestyles to connectCheck him out at @stevenmdean and Dateworking.comFollow me at @Piccolomeany and I also run a show called Ambush Comedy BACK ON ZOOM Sign up for tickets! I have a new podcast called Talking Chopped! A podcast all about the TV Show Chopped. It’s hilarious I love it.
Steve Dean: Leading NCAFA into the new millennium.
NCAFA: 65 years of Our Huddle Includes EVERYONE
Past president Steve Dean joins the podcast today to discuss his 15 year tenure at the head of NCAFA(2004-2019). Football in general has undergone seismic changes in the last 25 years, both in safety and participation. The expansion of flag, touch and girls football under the NCAFA umbrella took off after the turn of the century and Steve joins us to talk about his efforts and specifically the tireless hours spent by the myriad of NCAFA volunteers to expand the game, increase safety and grow what was already the leading minor football league in Canada.
Join HITS K9 Radio host Jeff Meyer for the second part of the Steve Dean interview. Steve is retired from the London Met Police Department and was the breeding manager for the k-9 unit at the time of his retirement. Hear how the agency runs ins K-9 unit and learn some valuable insights that Steve learned over years of successful breeding of hundreds of police dogs.
HITS K9 Radio Interview with Steve Dean Interview Part 1
HITS K-9: Police Dog Training for Cops by Cops
Join HITS K9 Radio host Jeff Meyer as he interviews Steve Dean. Steve is retired from the London Met Police Department and was the breeding manager for the k-9 unit at the time of his retirement. Hear how the agency runs ins K-9 unit and learn some valuable insights that Steve learned over years of successful breeding of hundreds of police dogs.
31: Establishing a QuaranTEAM as we settle into the new normal with Steve Dean (Interview)
Curious Fox Podcast
As COVID-19 begins to surge in states like Texas, Florida, California, and Arizona - it is becoming increasingly clear that our lives will not be returning to the way it was any time soon...if at all. This reality has meant that everyone from business owners to parents to partners to those who live alone have had to strategize around how they will survive and thrive in the coming months. Effy And Jacqueline chat with Steve Dean about how to establish a QuaranTEAM to support us through the next phases of this pandemic by using principles from entrepreneurship and polyamory. To learn more about Steve Dean, check out his website dateworking.com. If you have a question that you would like to explore on the show, reach out to us and we may answer your question on one of our upcoming episodes. Leave us a voicemail at 201-870-0063 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow us on social media for further resources on this topic:fb.com/WeAreCuriousFoxesinstagram.com/wearecuriousfoxesJoin the conversation: fb.com/groups/CuriousFoxSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/wearecuriousfoxes)
Oh Hey Tinder Tales is on Patreon Now! Consider Donating at https://www.patreon.com/TinderTalesPod Welcome to Tinder Tales! This is my podcast about the best and worst of Online Dating. Listen to my guest Dating Consultant Steve Dean! Listen as we talk about why you should always be a great date even if there's no chemistry, his need to experiment, and almost getting groomed over AOL Instant Messenger HOLY SHIT! We are on iTunes! Please Rate and Subscribe! Check out his website www.Dateworking.com Follow me at @Piccolomeany and I also run a show called Ambush Comedy NOW ONLINE Sign up for Zoom tickets! I have a new podcast called Talking Chopped! A podcast all about the TV Show Chopped. It’s hilarious I love it.
Super-Connector, "Dateworking/NYC Salon/Hygge" │ Steve Dean, Founder
JOIN US IRL: www.instagram.com/wisemillennial Steve Dean, "super-connector" and Founder of Dateworking, NYC Salon, and Hygge, sits down to discuss his journey from exploring over 250+ dating apps, what it means to be a "super-connector", loneliness and digital friendship, the importance of offline connection, boundaries of privacy, the "cost" of rejection, paying $$ for people's attention, and whether or not monogamy is dead?**COVID-19 UPDATE**This was recorded prior to the epidemic in the U.S. All of Steve's platforms are now virtual, so I strongly encourage you to sign up and stay connected.LEARN MORE ABOUT STEVE: https://about.me/stevenmdeanINSTA: @stevenmdeanPATREON: https://www.patreon.com/stevenmdeanINTERVIEW QUESTIONS: Tell us about dateworking, nyc salon, and hygge.Is there any common thread or connection between these? How did you get involved in creating these? And why didn’t you just stop at one?Tell us briefly about how you got here. You went to swathmore college. You were an honors student in political science and public policy. The optics of that looks like a government job or a consulting role in a private company. How did you end up being a community builder?I have several topics i want to ask you about:Loneliness and millennials. We live in a virtually connected age, yet loneliness and depression are on the rise dramatically. Why do you think this is? Aren’t we all supposed to feel connected with each other?Especially in today’s world, people have their public/social media persona or projected image, and their true self, which are often not aligned with their true thoughts and feelings. According to Instagram, everyone is rich, beautiful and living on a secluded island somewhere. No one is apparently struggling. So when we meet someone and then look them up online, are we setting ourselves up for disappointment? How are we supposed to process social media information?What’s the biggest barrier you find that people struggle with in forming relationships, whether its romantic, professional, or just friendship? I feel like sometimes with millennials they need a bit of structure and hand holding in forming relationships. Almost like we’re in the fourth grade again and being forced to play with each other in school.Lets pivot to dating for a second. I have to ask you about monogamy and polyamory. This is something write about a lot. Millennials seem to have popularized the concept of open relationships. I don’t think this is a new concept for this audience, but essentially that means being in a relationship with multiple people at once, is my understanding. Is monogamy dead? Why, in your opinion, can’t people be committed to one person?What is something you wish someone had told you 5 years ago, or you had told yourself, that you had to learn on your own? But would have made life so much easier had you known.How can people get involved and learn more about you?
18: Connection, Intimacy, and Dating During a Pandemic with Steve Dean (Interview)
Curious Fox Podcast
At a time of social distancing and self isolation, connection and dating can feel like a distant memory. But it doesn't have to be that way. In this episode Effy and Jacqueline chat with Steve Dean, a dating and relationship coach, about how to feel connected, keep dating and meeting new people in meaningful ways. To keep up with Steve's latest events: https://getvokl.com/channel/dateworkingTo learn more about Steve visit: http://dateworking.comTo support Steve become a patron: http://patreon.com/stevenmdeanIf you have a question that you would like to explore on the show, reach out to us and we may answer your question on one of our upcoming episodes. Leave us a voicemail at 201-870-0063 or email us at email@example.com.Follow us:fb.com/WeAreCuriousFoxesinstagram.com/wearecuriousfoxesJoin the conversation:fb.com/groups/CuriousFoxSupport us:partreon.com/wearecuriousfoxes Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wearecuriousfoxes)