PASADENA, Calif., May 2, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Relationship expert Daphna Levy launched a free relationship course that reveals how winning relationships can be forged into existence–if you know how. The course offers a formula for success that Levy, and thousands of people she has helped through her coaching, passionately swear by. Her message is simple: relationships aren't only about making life easier and happier; quality relationships also impact success and prosperity.
Levy released her first book, "Picking Right: The Single's Guide to Finding the Right Match" in 2014. Based on demand from readers, she created a new course to provide a more detailed roadmap for people struggling with love, marriage or interpersonal relationships in general. "I want people to know that there are solutions to the relationship problems they face," said Levy, "and that I can help them."
Levy was further inspired to offer her advice broadly after coming across studies that documented how unhealthy relationships could devastate an individual's chances for success while robust ones could play a major role in his or her career progression and level of wealth.
A study conducted by Brittany C. Solomon and Joshua J. Jackson at Washington University in St. Louis, entitled "The Long Reach of One's Spouse," found that the personality of your spouse can significantly impact your level of career success. An article in the Harvard Business Review in 2015 summed up the key findings of the study, stating that "An employee with an extremely conscientious spouse is 50% more likely to get a promotion than an employee with an extremely unconscientious spouse."
A second study published in the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology in 2013, entitled "A question of time: Daily time allocation between work and private life," demonstrated that those with quality relationships tended to dedicate more time to work. Conversely, those with relationship problems found themselves distracted from their work, which was often detrimental to their career progression.
Both studies reinforce Napoleon Hill's findings, documented in his 1937 bestseller "Think and Grow Rich" and based on his study of over 500 self-made millionaires. One of Hill's 13 "money-making secrets" is love, romance, and sex.
Levy's new course takes a practical approach to the evidence which links wealth and success to relationships. It consists of five lessons, each with a video presentation and exercises, revealing not only how to build lasting relationships, but also how to choose the right people for success in one's career and life.
The course covers
- Should you marry for love?
- Is your relationship an asset or a detriment?
- The secrets to building lifelong relationships,
- The "Math of Relationships" (a tool Levy first showcased in her book),
- The truth about soul mate, and more.Get Levy's free course at:
Her book is available (with free shipping) from her website https://www.thesecretsofhappilyeverafter.com/shop/ as well as from Barnes & Noble and Amazon.
Contact Daphna Levy: 626-888-7759
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