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Too often, relationships between men and women are discussed in adversarial terms – how to “get” more of what you want from a relationship, how to “get” people to love you, etc. Des O’Connor wants to change the tenor of the discussion by showing men and women how to have a great relationship, how to attract and keep the right partner – not by “getting” but by “giving.” Not by “taking” but by “understanding” how men’s and women’s minds work in relationships.
Des will be speaking about how anyone can improve their relationship situation, whether single, married, or in a relationship, using successful communication, empathy and positive thinking.
Specific concepts to be discussed include:
The male and female mind: Men and women tend to cope differently with stressful situations in relationships. Des will show how, by applying a few simple changes and strategies,men and women can understand each other better and enjoy their relationship more.
Happier relationships at any time of the month: Women’s hormonal fluctuations throughout their monthly cycles can sometimes create challenges for communication and understanding. Des will discuss ways that men can take the initiative to help the women in their lives to have a more relaxing and positive experience at any “time of the month.”
How to find, attract and keep the right partner:Many people go from one failed relationship to another because they are not attracting the right people in the first place. Des will discuss 7 simple steps (which have been proven to work for his coaching clients) that will help single people re-examine what they need to do to be open to attracting the right partner – and then help keep a committed relationship with the right person for them.
Why you choose the wrong partners: Des has seen this happen with hundreds of relationship coaching clients – people tend to choose the wrong partners because of unconscious thought patterns. Break the bad patterns, and you can break the cycle of bad relationships.Des will show the audience how to start to choose the right people for you – and how making some important changes in yourself can change your partner in a positive way.
Des O’ Connor is a certified life coach specialising in relationship coaching, online entrepreneurship and mentoring his clients to achieve success in their lives – whether that means achieving career success, launching a successful business, or finding and maintaining successful romantic relationships.
WHETHER YOU’RE SINGLE, DATING OR MARRIED, THIS SPEECH WILL HELP YOU THINK DIFFERENTLY ABOUT YOUR RELATIONSHIPS! LEARN HOW TO BUILD BETTER RELATIONSHIPS, HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT PEOPLE FOR YOU, AND HOW MAKING IMPORTANT CHANGES IN YOURSELF CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE FOR THE BETTER.
Benefits for YOU:
A fun, entertaining, insightful speech from an award-winning relationship expert on a topic – finding love, staying in love – that anyone can relate to
Practical advice and techniques on how to find the right partner – or how to build a stronger relationship with the person in your life
Insights and empathy to help prevent couples from breaking up and support stronger long-term relationships
Understanding yourself and your partner – how you communicate, how you handle stress, how you pursue what you want in life
Learning how being in the right relationship will affect overall areas of your life in a positive way
Receiving (members only) discounted tickets for Des O’Connor’s book launch along with free information products
A sense of unity and inspiration amongst men and women in the audience – Des O’Connor’s speech is about helping us all to understand the common challenges and (sometimes) frustrating behaviours and thought patterns that we all have encountered in our lives and in our relationships
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