Wouldn't it be great if each man you met came with a Man-ual? (See what we did there?!)
Wouldn't it be awesome if we were just born with the skills to understand relationships and make them actually work and feel easy? To just walk right into love and know the right things to say and do?
Unfortunately, it's just not that easy.
Most of us have never been taught what it is that goes into healthy relationships. We don't learn the ins and outs, we don't understand what it is we're truly seeking in a partner, and we're not quite sure how to ask for it even when we do know.
It doesn't matter whether you're single and tindering, in a relationship, going through a divorce, widowed, or just figuring yourself out right now, this course will help you create clarity, while giving you tools and techniques to create much more satisfying and healthier relationships .
It does not matter your relationship status, as long as you're interested in finding and creating healthier relationships. You'll begin to understand your patterns, how your past still influences you today (it does), why we choose who we choose, how to communicate to be heard, how to be a better partner, and how to invite yours to show up differently.
With Men's Coach Mike Campbell, and Human Connection specialist Mark Groves
What we'll cover:
During this six weeks we'll cover 6 modules - one each week - with some common themes weaving throughout.
Most importantly - We'll cover how to create a F*ck Yes Relationship. Part of this we'll be diving into topics such as:
If any of the above topics sound like something you could use, make sure to grab your spot below now. FINAL PLACES available now.
Mark Groves is a Human Connection Specialist - an emotional translator, writer, speaker and coach. Through his work Mark helps people understand their emotional matrix and how to master themselves and their words.
Mike Campbell is a men's coach, author and passionate game-changer in how men live and communicate. Bringing an in-depth understanding of men, Mike supports men in stepping into who they are, not who they think they're supposed to be.