1. The Oxford Ultimate Compatibility Test™ by Ben Kugler will help you to understand why compatibility is the most significant component in a relationship. And in its absence and with no tools to correct the scene much unhappiness tends to prevail.
If you care about being truly happy in a relationship then its essential for you to take time and give your undivided attention to go through all of the test of questions and answers. Whether you are in an existing relationship or looking for one, your viewpoint will never be the same again.
2. The Quest For Compatibility & the Demise of Divorce by Ben Kugler is the sequel to the Ultimate Compatibility Test book. This book has two additional tests that measure where you are at in your relationship; the Happiness Assessment Test, a rather quick gut check of your Happiness Level with your partner, and a Marital Commitment test which measures your level of commitment to the relationship you are in or the institution of marriage.
There is an even broader review of what caused after millennium a shift from 6 Compatibility Characteristics to over 200 of them.
Lastly, you are given the Oxford Formula for Success tool. It has helped thousands of people push through their failures toward achieving what they wanted in life. Tiger Woods is the back drop of the do’s and don’ts of this formula.
3. 15 Lessons of How to Optimize Your Compatibility, also by Ben Kugler, is the final step that takes one on a progressive journey to learn about some of the most important tools that one can have in their compatibility arsenal to help ensure peace, tranquility and high levels of harmony.
These 15 lessons are the very foundation along with the brick and mortar with which one needs to overcome almost any relationship challenge.
4. How to Optimize Your Parenting Skills
This book covers all of the 15 Lessons of How to Optimize Your Compatibility – but it is specifically geared to the rearing of children. It will not be available until August 2015.
This webinar focuses on using the 15 lessons to improve any and all of the following non-optimum areas of parenting:
- parental disrespect; both to and from the child
- out exchange (a child who must be contributed to versus one who is helpful)
- a poor work ethic
- poor communication skills - due to too much indulgence & entitlement
- without principled values
- to not care about their country and its history
- to not striving for their goals
- without good manners
- lack of respect for others or themselves
- leading a life with little purpose or value
- with a lack of pride and humility
- children who grow up dependent rather than independent producers
- an entitlement sense of economics
Everything in this workshop is geared toward helping you understand and work with your child regardless of whether they live in your home or are grown and living on their own.
The webinar, and internship of this topic will be available prior to the books release. It will make it possible for you as well as thousands of people like you to have the certainty you need to successfully raise your children and interact optimally with your adult children.
5. The 100/0 Principle by Al Ritter. This book focuses on helping you recognize two very specific relationship pitfalls, learn how to overcome them, and make every relationship great. Not only will you enjoy this book, but our prediction is it will significantly, and fairly easily, change your life for the better!
6. Good Husband, Great Marriage: Finding the Good Husband...in the Man You Married. Written by Robert Mark Alter, this is a revolutionary new message about relationships between men and women. For men, and the women who love them, this is a highly controversial book on how to get - and be - a good husband. This book will appeal to the countless women who resent that their husbands never listen and that they have to nag in order to get them to do anything around the house; who feel like their husbands are always pawing at them to have sex; and who want more from their marriage.
7. A History of Marriage
“Stephanie Coontz has written an extraordinary book with a powerful message: that today’s marriages are fragile not because Americans have become more self-centered and career-minded, but because we expect more from marriage than any previous generation. Scrupulously researched, filled with fascinating detail, and written with much wisdom, this book reveals that marriage is not a static, unchanging and increasingly unattainable ideal but a relationship whose success or failure ultimately depends on one’s willingness to adapt to the changing compatibilities of the times.” (Steven Mintz, John and Rebecca Moores Professor of History, University of Houston and author of Huck's Raft: A History of American Childhood)
8. If Life is a Game These are the Rules
Cherie Carter Scott authors one of the top five books that I’ve ever read. If you follow her 10 lessons of how to live your life you will have exponentially increased your value and worth not only to yourself but to those around you.
9. The Slight Edge: Turning Simple Disciplines Into Massive Success and Happiness
The Slight Edge, by Jeff Olson is a way of thinking that enables you to make the daily choices that will lead you to the success and happiness you desire. Learn why some people make dream after dream come true, while others just continue dreaming and spend their lives building dreams for someone else. The Slight Edge is not just another self-help tool for traveling the path to success. It is the doorway to creating powerful results in any area of your life, by using tools you already hold within you. "One of the best books I've read in the last 25 years - and I read a lot of books each year!" Ben Kugler
10. The Richest Man in Babylon
The ancient Babylonians were the first people to discover the universal laws of prosperity. In his classic bestseller, "The Richest Man in Babylon," George S. Clason reveals their secrets for creating, growing, and preserving wealth.