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The Healing Song

Free Training – The Magic of Making Relationships Last

The Secret – 24 Co-Hearts to a Stronger Relationship

What does it take to be on the “same page”? Everybody talks about it. Everybody can show examples of it. But HOW DO YOU DO IT?

In general terms, being on the same page means being in agreement. More specifically, it’s when two or more individuals have identified what they need to do that allows them to successfully accomplish a common goal. Everyone involved monitors both themselves and each other to make sure that they are all on track and stay on track to achieve the desired goal. A mouthful huh? Well just imagine the challenge that most people face in trying to:

1) identify the goals they want to achieve; and
2) identify the responsibilities that they recognize they need to do and are commit to doing them!

So what is the FIRST STEP in getting on the same page? LISTENING. And not just your everyday, run-of-the-mill “I Heard What You Said” listening. A connection, an emotional connection, has to be created that is strong. This emotional connection has to allow information to flow back and forth, accurately and intact, all the time! Now THAT is a huge task!

This interaction should be fun. Relationships should be fun! But more importantly they should fun-ction! They need to WORK for EVERYBODY involved! Unfortunately, this usually just doesn’t happen. Most people in relationships experience some form of frustration. And the usual blame falls on one word: “miscommunication”!

But I believe “miscommunication” is not the real culprit; rather, I believe that the real cause is “mis-listening”! The connection lines that make a relationship strong are either not there or they are very weak. This usually happens because:

 

a) those in the relationship assume that they each just know what the other person wants or needs;
b) those involved have not done a very good job of making their wants or needs known;
c) the parties involved don’t know WHAT components are needed to make these lines work; or
d) the parties involved don’t know HOW to identify WHICH components are missing that allow “mis-listening” happen!

This is where my samepage℠ Relationship Training System comes in. I have put together a set of tools that will help strengthen relationships. The aim of my system is to take a relationship from where it is RIGHT NOW and see how much stronger it will be after 24 ‘co-hearts’.

What’s a ‘co-heart’? It’s a term I’ve coined. It essentially means that there is a collaborative “sit-down” of the parties involved with everyone putting their hearts on their sleeves or putting their hearts on the table. There are 8 key traits that build strong relationships. I not only identify each of these traits, but also provide a step-by-step guide that shows you how to use them in building your relationship. This building process takes place through the implementation of the ‘co-hearts’!

The samepage℠ Relationship Training System contains a combination of products and training materials. Together, they help those in the relationship focus on building the collective communication process through emotional listening.

The products are a symbolic reminder of the training, effort and commitment involved. The materials and exercises focus on the need for repetitive actions that gradually change behavior and, as a result, change the communication lines of the relationship. The lines become stronger because the foundational emotional traits that bind the relationship are honed, refined and firmly established. The confidence that is gained by finding out exactly what your co-heart wants from you that reinforces your desire to make them happy is immeasurable!

If you want a stronger, more rewarding relationship than you have right now, order the samepage℠ Relationship Training System and get started on the road to your success!


Same Page Relationship Training System

The system includes: 1“Listen-Fix It” Cap (for him), 1 “Listen” shirt and 1 “Fix It” Shirts (for her), 2 samepage wristbands (1 for each person), 2 Training Playbooks (1 customized for each person, including the “10 Keys for Emotional Listening for Her” and “10 Keys for Emotional Listening for Him”) and a digital copy of the song, “I Wanna Know What You’re Thinking!” This system helps any two parties build a stronger relationship focusing on recognizing the importance of emotional listening in a relationship while providing specific step-by-step activities and instructions and specific examples that help with building a solid foundation for any relationship.

$139.00
Emotional Listening Training System

The system includes: 1“Listen-Fix It” Cap (for him), 1 “Listen” shirt and 1 “Fix It” Shirts (for her), 2 samepage wristbands (1 for each person) and a digital copy of the song, “I Wanna Know What You’re Thinking!” This system helps any two parties build a stronger relationship focusing on recognizing the importance of emotional listening in a relationship, highlighting the importance of emotional connection in the communication within a relationship.

$79.00
2 samepage Wristbands

The wedding band symbolizes the commitment to the marriage. The Samepage wristbands symbolize the commitment to communication in the relationship.  They are reminders, both for the people wearing them and to anyone they may meet! The wristbands help those wearing them to get on and stay on The Same Page!

$20.00
1 Wristband

Get a single samepage wristband.

$12.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Do you feel good about how confident you are in defending what you believe in?
Do you feel your partner makes an effort to show you affection that makes you feel good about yourself?
Do you and your significant other put forth great effort to treat each other the way you want to be treated?
Do you feel it is important for you to put yourself "in your partner's shoes" to have a better understanding of why they feel the way they feel?
Do you look for opportunities to show forms of affection to your partner whether there are people around or not?
Do you make sure to take the time to let your partner know when they have done something right or something to help you?
Do you feel you spend enough time thinking about creative ways to make your relationship better?
Do you feel that your moods impact how you react and respond to your partner?
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