Sidekick Matchmaking—How to tackle the problem?

Some of us en­joy be­ing side­kicks.

Some of us would like to meet side­kicks in po­ten­tial, see how the in­ter­ac­tion goes, and have side­kicks.

Last time I tried post­ing about side­kick match­mak­ing here, it turned out to be very valuable for me, but not for many peo­ple (I think only two pairs of side­kick were cre­ated as a re­sult). Now, once again I’d like to find some­one who en­joys that role to help me out with many pro­jects.

I’m look­ing for sug­ges­tions on how to get peo­ple to­gether to do that. For the time be­ing, if some­one needs a side­kick or wants to be one, post about it in the com­ment sec­tion. I’d love to see a per­ma­nent solu­tion for this in­for­ma­tion spread­ing prob­lem.

My ex­pe­rience with Sidekicks

I’m not sure what Anna and Nick thought of their side­kicks, but my ex­pe­rience was un­de­ni­ably pos­i­tive. Hav­ing a side­kick was mo­ti­vat­ing, saved me great time, and, most im­por­tantly, felt like I got a surge of mus­cle strength speci­fi­cally in the types of tasks I’m par­tic­u­larly in­ept at.

By con­trast, my ex­pe­rience with peo­ple hired to help was mixed (vir­tual as­sis­tants) or nega­tive (per­sonal as­sis­tant).

Use the com­ment sec­tion to ei­ther offer or re­quest side­kicks, ex­plain­ing a lit­tle more about you and what you’d like this part­ner­ship to mean