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Here on Speaking of Partnership, Ken Bechtel interviews leaders from all walks of life such as Alison Armstrong, Drs. Joy and Roy Martina, Ken Page, Dr. Margaret Paul, Bryan Reeves about their personal trip ups and triumphs in partnership. Whether you are looking to create or enhance a personal, professional, romantic or family partnership, Speaking of Partnership is for you. Our guest open up and share stories, often never revealed before, about their biggest trip up and their proudest moment in partnership. We wrap up each show with specific guidance and resources you can apply immediately to take your partnerships to the next level.

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222: Suzanne Oshima – Men want to feel needed and women want to feel wanted
222: Suzanne Oshima – Men want to feel needed and women want to feel wanted
Suzanne K. Oshima is a Life & Love Transformational Coach who inspires and empowers smart successful women to realize it's never too late to hit reset and find a fresh new path in life & love. Suzanne has worked with countless single men and women to transform their love lives to create a lasting relationship that led to marriage. Suzanne has appeared on: The Today Show, Bravo TV, Good Afternoon America, ABC News, Inside Edition, BBC Radio, Men’s Health, Glamour, and many more! In 2011, Suzanne launched Single in Stilettos to empower women with the secrets about men. To help them better understand how men think & what they want from women, so they could transform and elevate their dating lives to finally meet, attract & keep the right man. Guiding Principle, Quote, or Mantra Be yourself. Everybody else is taken. When You “Tripped Up” in Partnership Suzanne is in her 50’s and grew up in the 60’s, and her mom was all for the women’s live movement. Her mom went back to school in her 40’s and became an ESL teacher. Suzanne remembers during that time, when she was a teenager, her mom said to her, “when you’re old enough to be in a relationship with a man, always have your own cheque book. Never rely on a man for money.” That always stuck in her head as she grew older. Find out what happened next that made her realize she had to change something by listening to the podcast episode. Proudest Moment in Partnership In the past, Suzanne can think of two ex boyfriends that were really, really great. After a while Suzanne realized that you can still be that strong, independent woman but still be in a relationship. She realized that she could still be that important part in a relationship when allowing a man to take care of her needs. Find out what happens next by listening to the episode. Best Relationship Advice You’ve ever Received Men want to feel needed and women want to feel wanted. Best Partnership Resource Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man - Steve Harvey Interview Links - Your Next Amazing Story Single In Stilettos Free Gift From Suzanne - The Secrets about Men 3 part video series Facebook Instagram Twitter
221: Kyle Benson – Conflict is inevitable
221: Kyle Benson – Conflict is inevitable
Kyle Benson is an Intentional Intimate Relationship coach providing practical, research-based tools to build long-lasting relationships. Kyle is best known for his compassion and non-judgmental style and his capacity to see the root problem. Guiding Principle, Quote, or Mantra Speaking to understand before trying to problem solve. When You “Tripped Up” in Partnership About 5 months ago, Kyle was working on a very important project for some clients he has. He was working some very long hours so he was pretty stressed out. During the same time, Kyle’s partner went to a concert with some friends but he wasn’t able to make it because of the project. After the concert, he went to pick her up in downtown Seattle, where there’s a lot of traffic. She took a while to come out to the car because she was talking with some people. With everything going on, this anger started to stew in Kyle. Find out what happened next by listening to the podcast episode. Proudest Moment in Partnership His friend comes to mind, who is having a very tough time with family right now. When Kyle first had his outbreak of psoriasis he had a lot of shame around it and didn’t reach out to many friends. He would frequently meet up with one of his friends at this lake in Seattle, and they would simply just walk and talk. What he loved is that she would make 15-20 minutes to go on these walks a couple of times a week. It meant a lot to Kyle, especially being vulnerable as a guy. Find out what happens next by listening to the episode. Current Partnership The first thing that comes to mind is Kyle’s current romantic relationship. He’s so proud of the relationship they’ve built together. They, like everyone else, have their fights from time to time but everything is great. They always seem to get through everything by working through it. They’re able to talk to each other about their personal lives and support each other. Best Relationship Advice You’ve ever Received Conflict is inevitable. Best Partnership Resource The 7 Principles for Making Marriage Work - John Gottman We Do: Saying Yes to a Relationship of Depth, True Connection and Enduring Love - Stan Tatkin Interview Links - Here is Kyle’s Ebook Kyle’s Website
220: Follow Your “Yes” #68 – What’s the universe telling you?
220: Follow Your “Yes” #68 – What’s the universe telling you?
Do you follow your "Yes?" Following your "Yes" is about you taking a step forward in your partnerships by taking action and applying at least one thing you heard from our guests during their interviews this week. On today’s episode, all of this week’s guests have generously provided BONUS MATERIAL, not included in the interviews you listened to earlier this week. Each one has provided incredible examples of the power of following your “Yes”.  Enjoy! Elana Meta Not Following - That time for Elana was with Wild Vessel. This vision started fairly recently and developed into having their 1st event only 6 months later. There were a lot of people that wanted to get involved and help with it. Elana felt that she was in desperation of help because of how big it was becoming. She was watching herself get lazy and allowing other people’s ideas to guide the way. Find out what happened next by listening to the podcast. Following - Elana was in a place of not trusting her no, and allowing other forms to take control. She ended up cutting that chord to her life. She ended her relationship, she moved out of her apartment, she moved out of LA, and stopped both of her businesses. She did all of this so that she could ask herself, “Who am I in my full self expressed ‘yes’?”. Find out the rest of the story by listening to the podcast. Listen to Elana’s interview here Connect with Elana - Her Website Instagram Link to Esalen Workshop   Marcy Neumann  Not Following - During her interview, Marcy explained how she left her marriage and the universe laid itself at her feet. She began to download all these great ideas and developed some physical, hands on products to teach people about the laws of attraction. She had no experience with business or creating products but she kept having these visions and had to bring them to life. Find out what happened next by listening to the podcast. Following - After Marcy left her marriage and everything started to come together, she kept getting these urges to move out west. Even though everything was going great from her business life to her social life, she kept getting the urge to move. She decided to start exploring some places. She searched around but nothing felt right until she stepped foot into Prescott. Find out the rest of the story by listening to the podcast. Listen to Marcy's interview here Connect with Marcy - Her Website Contact her here Facebook Youtube
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Started
Apr 15th, 2016
Latest Episode
Jan 16th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
230
Avg. Episode Length
31 minutes

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