How Sound Business and Marketing Principles Can Strengthen Your Marriage and Family
If everyone wants a GREAT relationship, why isn’t everyone getting one? Are they really that hard to come by? If so, do they need to be? There must be a better way… and there is. Come learn the strategies for creating a truly great, lasting and powerful relationship. This fun, upbeat and informative presentation looks at relationships from a very unique angle: The business and marketing world. The mindsets and skills learned in this workshop apply to marriage, parenting, work and even your relationship with yourself.
I cannot thank you enough for the wonderful evening last night. I liked the presentation based on a business model. I think that was really excellent for so many guys. Of course, the women always like the " touchy -feely" stuff, but I still received positive remarks from them. I personally related to it well because I'm in the business world and have those marketing discussions alot. I hope we can utilize you for an "Empty- Nesters" group sometime in the future. Thanks again, and thank you darling daughter. Thanks for helping our community and world!
—Sue C., Relief Society President
Thank you again for speaking to our group last night. I've talked to several people already who said it was just absolutely fascinating and wonderful! You are really quite amazing Jonathan. Thank you, thank you again!"
—Joan Shippen, Founder The Chainbreaker Foundation
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- 1-10 Rating: "Please rate your overall experience of this presentation"
- The Good: "What was brilliant, superb, exhilarating, life-altering, or opened the heavens for you? In short, what did you like about the presentation?
- One Thing: "What's one thing that you plan on using and/or implementing into your life from this presentation?" This tells me out of everything what was the one thing that had the most meaningful impact.
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Event: Lakeview Ward
Attendance: 50 approx.
Number of Evals Returned: 26
Average Rating for this Event: 9.4/10
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Event: The Chainbreaker Foundation
Number of Evals Returned: 20
Average Rating for this Event: 9.5/10