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September 2, 2011

You Have To Let Go If You Want To Attract Something Better.

When do you finally walk away “for good?” Today, I have a “first” for you. I have a guest writer for you who just happens to be one of my star clients, Jen. I say that because the transformation in her since we worked together has been simply breathtaking…but I’ll let her tell you about it. The reason Jen is […]
August 15, 2011

How to turn around a cheating spouse 
and struggling marriage in hours

Learn how one couple transformed their crisis into a blessing and went from cheating to healing in just 4 sessions. I just got a really nice email from a client and I wanted to share it with you because there’s not only some terrific value in it, it’s also a nice, feel-good story. I also love that it beautifully illustrates […]
August 2, 2011

The Risk In The Reset

Who would you be if you gave up your story? We’ve all heard of people who’ve attached an unproductive meaning to an unfortunate experience and then told themselves – and everyone who would listen – that same old story over and over again. You know what I’m talking about…the man or woman-hating divorcee…the self-punishing person who can’t forgive their self […]
August 2, 2011

The Power of Masculine Presence & How To Break Through

I frequently talk about the power of masculinity and how it’s absolutely critical to creating the kind of attraction where polarity kicks in and “good sparks” fly. Without those dancing energies of masculine and feminine being ignited, nothing happens. Just this week, I had two male clients who had been getting a little resistance from a potential partner. In both […]
July 5, 2011

The Power of The H.U.G. & K.I.S.S.

If you’ve read my blog before, you almost certainly know that I created a CD last year called “The H.U.G. & K.I.S.S. Hierarchy” that teaches you how to transform a relationship quickly by understanding both partner’s ‘invisible’ love or attraction strategies. I say invisible because most people don’t even know they HAVE a very specific and unique one…so they certainly can’t […]
June 19, 2011

Open your heart…and use your head, too!

I got a call from a client the other day who was really struggling with a romantic issue…so much so, in fact, that he was a classic example of what I call “in the tank.” What that means is that he was so emotionally wrapped up in his situation that he was unable to look objectively at his situation and […]
May 16, 2011

Want A Good Answer? Ask A Better Question!

I got a call the other day from a client who was sharing a story with me about a huge epiphany her girlfriend had about her relationship challenges. I liked the story so much, I thought I’d share it with you as well. I spoke with her girlfriend once before about a previous challenge and she is a great woman…she […]
May 3, 2011

How Do You “Change” Someone Who Doesn’t Want To Change?

I was working with a couple the other day and I wanted to share what happened because my role in this blog is to share “teachable moments” from which we can all benefit. I can almost guarantee that if you read this with an open mind without judging, you’ll probably realize you’ve done this in some form in the past […]
April 19, 2011

Critical Damage: The Real Effect of Criticism

Last week, my lady, Katrina Tse, did an outstanding job teaching a workshop to the members of the Baltimore/Washington PowerTeam and I want to share some of the distinctions from that session. We called the presentation “Critical Damage” and it’s based on the excellent research findings of Allison Armstrong.
March 23, 2011

How Do You Light Your Partner’s Fire?

While talking with a client the other day, he was telling me of his experience back in the dating game again after a relatively recent divorce. In explaining how he felt about a couple of the women he met, he said something that I thought was particularly profound and I want to especially share it with my feminine readers. That’s […]