May 15, 2018

Jürgen Schmechel : The Science Behind Relationships

My guest today wants to get us talking about the science behind relationships, and draw attention to the things in our relationships that we should be paying more attention to.

His goal is to help create a world where couples live in loving, intimate and respectful relationships, enabling their children to grow up loved.

He is a keen observer of human psychology, a master in Neuro Linguistic Programming, Ericksonian Hypnosis and a certified Results Coach.

There are a ton of gems in this conversation, where we explore how our behavior takes place at both a conscious and unconscious level. My hope is that there is something you can take away from this conversation and apply it to a relationship in your life.

Its time to think outside the lines with Jürgen Schmechel.

Guest Bio:

Jürgen Schmechel was born 1960 in Hamburg, Germany as the second son to his parents. He lived, studied, worked and married in Hamburg – to then be raising two sons himself. In 2004 his family moved to Australia to learn and live in a different culture. Jürgen is a keen observer of human psychology, he is a master in NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), Ericksonian Hypnosis and a certified Results Coach.

Over the past 24 years Jürgen realized that he and his wife are doing things differently in their marriage from others. Some of their behavior was conscious, some more on the unconscious level. And with more and more relationships all around the world deteriorating, Jürgen decided to bring his wisdom and coaching to the people. He started his Inspiring Relationships only in January 2017, but already had so many discussions and sessions with people searching him out for advice and guidance.

His mission is to inspire thousands of men yearly to stay in loving, respectful relationships. Which has a ripple on effect to their Children and the World.

For more information, please visit: inspiring-relationships.com.au

 

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