Dear RentMen visitors, RichardDominic chose to answer 16 interview questions that were last updated on 25 Sep 2023


  • What do you do for fun?
    Going out to dinner with friends/family, going out to a live concert or show are a few
  • What are your greatest personal traits?
    My tenacious, never give up attitude.
    My ability to take the time to truly listen to another's perspective.
    To genuinely empathize and be sympethetic
  • What should others absolutely know about you?
    That I am a genuine, real person with no pretense. I'm not fake or trying to or pretending to be somebody else or something I'm not
  • What makes you stand out from the crowd?
    I'm pretty stubborn. And I'm very disciplined. And I truly never give up unless it's a situation where I see that it's time to just let go. I don't think though that I am the only one who is that way
  • What is your ‘niche’?
    I'm very good at hosting and taking care of someone, from making them a good dinner, to making sure they're comfortable.
    I'm also a very good listener
  • How often do you travel? Do you prefer to travel or you are more of a homebody?
    I travel fairly often, but then there can be periods of time where I don't travel and just am around homebase.
    As far as if I "prefer" to travel or am more of a homebody, the only way to accurately answer that is to say I truly like both. I like traveling, yes. But I also like to be home doing my own things around homebase just as much
  • What are your hobbies? What do you like to do in your spare time?
    I like to read, I enjoy writing, I like to sometimes just be in by myself and relax and watch some shows I like or a good movie.
    I like powerwalking and just regular walking,(especially in the fall). And sometimes I like to just get in my car and drive--sometimes not even having a particular destination--but just driving around for a while. I think it's good for clearing your head sometimes
  • What kind of diet and fitness regiment do you follow?
    I like to eat lean meats,(mostly chicken breast and tuna) and once in a while I like a good steak.
    I love vegetables and eat those regularly and I love my apples and mandarin oranges.
    I drink a lot of Aquafina water with lemon as well and I enjoy a good cup of hot black tea or green tea.
    But I do have a sweet tooth and so I treat myself here and there to some carb indulgences. But I'm always aware of what I've eaten throughout the day--so I'll treat myself if I have room for it. If I've, for instance had some pasta with chicken breast diced up in it, I'm not going to have a piece of cake following that.
    But if all I had most of the day was lean meats like chicken breast or tuna.....then yeah, I'll have room for a piece of pie or a few cookies.
    I don't deprive myself of what I like . I just like to eat with some mindfulness that's all
  • What’s your lifestyle? What makes you who you are?
    No matter what is going on--especially if it's something not so great--I always like to make sure I workout. Whether the gym, or whether working out at home, or whether it's doing a powerwalk or a regular walk. I think a person can cope much better when they fit in exercise. Even if it's just a half hour.
    It's not just for your body-but for your head as well.
    Actually I think it's more important for your head,(mentally)--and the benefits to your physique are just gravy
  • If you have to pick one thing that everyone else should absolutely know about you, what would it be?
    I'm a sensitive man. Not sensitive in a bad way. Not sensitive that I am hurt by stupid remarks,(especially by people that don't even know me), not overly sensitive in any way-no. But sensitive in a good way, meaning that I really care about how someone else is feeling. That they know that I'm truly listening to them--and that I care to hear about what they have to say and their point of view.
    And to really think about what you're going to say BEFORE you say it. I think that's important.
    For instance: to just tell someone, You look tired-is very rude to me.
    That person may very well have done everything they could to look their best-so to say, You look tired, is just not right in my opinion.
    How about saying, You look good, but you're acting as if though you're tired. You okay?
    I think that's better.
    Mean what you say. Say what you mean--and don't say it mean
  • Name 5 things that you can’t live without.
    Working out
    My loved ones- family and friends
    Getting away every now and then
    Some private down time
  • What would you like your followers to know about you that is unique and even a bit personal?
    I don't know that it's unique.....but I am totally genuine. I don't pretend to be somebody I'm not. I am who I am without any excuses or shame. And when I meet people I want to meet "them" not someone they're pretending to be, but their genuine self.
    I don't like pretense
  • How do you go that ‘extra mile' in your life?
    I don't even know that I would call it the "Extra mile". I think it's just the mindfulness and the consideration to always remember that it's not always all about you. You have to consider other people's feelings. Listen to what they say and how "they're" feeling.
    Treat other people exactly how you would want other people to treat you.
    I really think it is just that simple
  • What do you enjoy most about yourself?
    My ability to adapt and survive even under the not so greatest circumstances that can happen in life. My refusal to never give up--to always find a way. And sometimes that way is just to accept what is and accept the things that are out of your control and can not be changed and let go.
    The best thing one can do is to do everything they can to help whatever situation they're trying to help--their personal best--and once they've done that-then you have to stand back and let what will be-be.
    If something is not meant to be--it's never a good idea to force it to.
    You have to do your best and once you have-stand back and let what will be-be.
    Don't get attached to the outcome.
    As much as it's good to fight against adversity--it's also good to sometimes just let go and accept what is and learn to adapt,(to whatever it may be)
  • If you and I were on the beach having some wine and great food, what would you tell me about yourself.
    I would be in the moment with you and tell you what I am feeling in the moment-in the present
  • Tell us what you consider to be your greatest life experience.
    There really is no just one "best" experience.
    I have had many.
    From having the honor to take care of my mother before she passed on, to traveling the east coast from Florida to Maine with a friend of mine, to being together with my family and friends and having good times with them at various times in my life