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You may have seen the statistics. One in five marriages are in the "no sex" category. That means they have sex with each other ten times a year or less. Another 15% are in the "low sex" category, which means they have sex with each other 11 to 25 times per year. That means 35% (or we can just round that to one out of three) married American couples between the ages of 18 and 59 make love to each other twice a month or less, and the majority of those are once a month or less.
Notice that these aren't folks in the nursing home.
Does making love this little have an effect on a marriage? On sexual health? On potential affairs? On use?
Yes to all of the above.
In this program, Joe Beam discusses how sex in a marriage is directly affected by the relationship the couple have. More than that, he discusses how to increase both the frequency of lovemaking and the enjoyment that both husband and wife can gain from it.
For those couples where one spouse wants to do something sexually that the other is resistant to do, he offers practical advice about how to solve that problem to the satisfaction (emotionally and sexually) of both spouses.
He also reveals the secret to changing bad sex (or even good sex) to GREAT sex.
Call in to talk with Joe about specific questions you have about lovemaking, anatomy, or anything you wish to learn. No questions are taboo. (Proper language is required.)
If you wish, feel free to use pseudonym to hide your identity. Use a fake British accent if you want, but be sure that Joe talks about what you wish to know by calling to talk with him during the program at 646-378-0424. The program airs live beginning at 9 p.m. Central on February 9, 2016.
How federal governments allow banks to create the vast majority of the world's money supply, and why that erodes the value of money over time.
Show notes at http://moneyfortherestofus.net/mny094-money-created-destroyed/
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When we fall in love we have stars in our eyes, and it is easy to remain focused on Christ and His role in your relationship. When the relationship becomes a triad of God, Marriage, and Illness, it is easy to become focused on yourself, to the exclusion of God and your Christ-based marriage. Unfortunately, this can lead to significant damage to the relationship, to your sense of self, and it is often irrepairable. This broadcast is the first in a series on Chronic Illness and remaining Christ-based, and is based upon our best-selling book and lecture/seminar series God, Marriage, and Illness.
Judas Iscariot betrayed Jesus Christ for 30 pieces of silver.
He may have "loved" Jesus (at least, he loved the Jesus that he ministered alongside healing the sick and feeding the poor), but Judas also loved money (John 12:6) and being in a position of power (Mark 14:43-45).
This would make him hate the Jesus that called out the Pharisees (Matthew 23), drove out the money changers in the temple (John 2), and told rich people that it was humanly impossible for the them to enter Heaven (Mark 10:25).
Today, many megachurch pastors betray Jesus for fame and fortune. They love the Jesus that loves the world (John 3:16), but they hate the Jesus that calls out false teachers (Matthew 24:24), values ministry above merchandise (Luke 14:33), and despises the things the world esteems (Luke 16:15).
Many political candidates betray Jesus for power and money. They love the Jesus that supported taxes (Mark 12:17), but hate the Jesus who said “let your statement be ‘yes’ or ‘no’; anything beyond these is of evil.” (Matthew 5:37).
They hate the Jesus who defined success as being last, not first (Mark 10:31), and who did not seek the approval of others (John 5:41-44).
In the end, what’s the difference between 30 pieces of silver and…a 30,000 “member” church?
Or 30 million copies of a self-help book?
Or a 30% poll rating?
Or 30 million votes?
I'm talking about "networking." Sure, I've been hearing all about networking for years. I've even used the word myself!
But when you get down to it, networking is cold, sterile… And it seems self-serving: one person trying to form a web of contacts whose sole purpose is to do something for him.
That's not how I want to do business.
. I think of it as "What can we do for each other and each other's communities?" instead of "What can you do for me?"
When I focus on these goals, deals follow. And when a deal is made between two people (notice I did not say two businesses) who have connected - as opposed to "networked" - money usually follows.
Making a connection does require a bit more "work" than simply shoving your business card at a potential client. But the extra money you can make and the new opportunities you can open up to your community are well worth the extra effort.
There was no "Hi, how are you?" Nice to see you again." Or even "How are your children?" It was just the typical "WIIFM" approach
My first thought was - do you really think this kind of behavior is conducive to me wanting to do business with you? But what I said was, "Yes, Sue, I received the email on Thursday. I left for LA (this event) on Monday. I was planning on returning your email later in the week."
This is a wonderful example of why many people do not end up with business from networking events. They have not mastered event etiquette. Nor have they discovered the best way to make lasting connections.
People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs, career coaches,
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About Allyson Byrd
Widely known as the “Profit Accelerator™, Allyson Byrd is unapologetic. When she stepped into her purpose in 2009, the only thing predictable about her was the future she would create for Lisa Nichols' Motivating The Masses. An increase of 1080% for MTM' s event sales and back-of-the-room profits in the span of 18 months? It seems like insanity.
Fast forward 5 years, and Allyson Byrd is upleveling her clients' profitability in a way that transforms lives and the world.
With the release of the Byrd Agency, Allyson has created a company that mirrors all that she stands for as a strategist and mentor. Energy, power and mastery is charged into each business she touches, with a long-term focus and an emphasis on sustainable and almost excessive profits. We've all traveled somewhere to get to our current location, and Allyson's respect & appreciation for that drives her to transform the lives of her incredible clients.
Allyson shares her vulnerable, authentic and inspirational messages across the globe. To learn more about working directly with Allyson, visit her at www.allysonbyrd.com.
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