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This group is to introduce the power of the Passion Patterns to everyone who is interested in improving the relationships in their lives. During this introduction I will teach 2 of my favorite relationship strategies. Through fun easy exercises you will learn these strategies and when activated by you they can improve your connection in any relationship.

This introduction will be repeated weekly to allow new persons to experience the power of the Passion Patterns for themselves.

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Passion Patterns Introduction - Improving Relationships

It is my mission to help couples and individuals become happier in their relationships. Passion Patterns is a truly unique set of strategies to help anyone improve their relationships. The PP workshop has saved some marriages and can make a good marriage better. But whether it is a romantic or non-romantic relationship on your mind the 2 strategies you will learn this evening can improve the connection between any 2 people. This FREE introduction will demonstrate the power of the Passion Patterns. PP was created by Mark & Magali Peysha, founders of The Center of Strategic Intervention in California, the #1 coach trainers in the world**. You will be empowered by the end of the hour to take your relationships to new levels if you activate these strategies. Anyone over the age of 15 is invited but RSVP is required. The room is limited to 20 people. The talk will begin at 7:05. There will 45 minutes of teaching and fun easy exercises (mental) followed by a Q&A period. We will conclude by 8:05. I will be available for an additional 20 minutes to answer any private questions. Please come at 6:30 if you would like to eat before the talk or stay after to eat (cost of dinner is the individual's responsibility and optional but it does help to support use of this room). **Who are the founders of Strategic Intervention? Strategic Intervention was founded by Cloe Madanes, Mark & Magali Peysha and Anthony (Tony) Robbins in 2002 and grew out of many decades of study in the areas of Human Development, Psychology, Strategic Family Therapy, Cognitive Therapy, Social Psychology, Negotiation, Leadership Training, Ericksonian Hypnotherapy, Ayurveda, and Human Needs Psychology. Strategic Intervention also recognizes practitioners across numerous disciplines who use strategy to bring about changes that support the individual, their relationships, and the community. The term “Strategic Intervention” was coined by the founders to establish a new tradition within the helping fields that could empower life coaches, teachers, leaders, medical professionals, and all people interested in creating greater personal and world wide health.

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