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Schedule the romance November 3, 2007

Posted by Gerry Baron in Hero Moments, Things to do, Tools to Use.
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Lovendar

There are dozens of tools designed to improve productivity at work, and the population incorporating them into their daily lives continues to grow. Today, Lovendar launches its new romantic reminder program, designed to help committed couples keep their love lives romantic, exciting, and successful using their computers’ calendar software.

Lovendar is a romance planner that works with the popular Microsoft Outlook® calendar program for PCs. Throughout the year, Lovendar delivers 170 romantic ideas and reminders to users’ desktops and PDAs. At $17.50 for the downloadable version, this romantic calendar keeps customers in strong relationships for two, for less than the cost of dinner for one.

The program is sold exclusively at http://www.lovendar.com

Lovendar is available in His and Her editions. Both provide gender-specific ideas for individuals. When used by a couple, the programs complement each other, keeping partners on track for a mutually attentive relationship.

As we all know, most relationships don’t fall apart due to lack of intent, but rather lack of attention. Simple gestures are left undone in our busy lives. Lovendar addresses this problem by helping individuals prioritize romance on a regular basis. Some examples of the action prompts Lovendar users regularly receive include

    For Him:      -- Bring home a fresh cut flower and a hand written note. Finish this        sentence in your note: I really love you when you ...     -- This weekend, remind her of your first date, and recreate some or all        of it.     -- Text her "I am thinking of you." Do it now.       For Her:      -- Junk food night. Serve his favorite junk food for dinner by candlelight.     -- Write down five romantic things he has done lately and share how it        made you feel.     -- Leave a love note in his underwear drawer tonight.

Lovendar is a valuable tool for anyone in a committed relationship. In addition to being a self-help tool to keep love alive, it’s also a great gift for romantic holidays.

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Radio Interview – Heinz Wegener, Cofounder of the Norcross Fellowship Luncheon October 2, 2007

Posted by Steve Worthy in Appreciation, Business Development, Manhood, Marriage, romance, Romance Leadership, Staying Married, Uncategorized.
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Heinz Wegener

Hello Everyone, join us this Tuesday, August 28th @ 9pm as we speak with Heinz Wegener, Cofounder of the Norcross Fellowship Luncheon. The Norcross Fellowship Luncheon (NFL) is a weekly luncheon that meets at 12:00 every Wednesday at the Golden Corral in Duluth, GA. The NFL’s mission is to provide a platform for Christian businessmen to share their story of how God has touched their lives both personally and professionally.

NFL Goals:

(1) Provide a platform for Christian businessmen to share their story of how God has touched their lives.

(2) Create an environment where anyone will feel comfortable and will receive encouragement and help in their search to find purpose in life.

(3)Highlight other activities and organizations that can provide Christian training and discipleship.

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Radio Interview – Phil Van Treuren, founder of Romance Tracker September 25, 2007

Posted by Steve Worthy in Entrepreneurship, Hero Moments, Husbands are doing, Manhood, Marriage, romance, Romance Leadership, Romantic Husband, Sex, Staying Married, Uncategorized.
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Phil Van Treuren

September 25th @ 9PM.

Join Gerry Baron & Steve Worthy as we discuss romantic ideas with Phil Van Treuren, founder of Romance Tracker.
http://www.romancetracker.com/

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Blog Talk Radio September 24, 2007

Posted by Steve Worthy in Appreciation, Blogroll, Manhood, Marriage, romance, Staying Married, Uncategorized.
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One of the largest and most powerful mediums used in communciation is the RADIO. There are a myriad of radio programs that span the gamit from sports to religion to politics. As many of you may already know we at By Husbands For Husbands have our own talk radio show that airs every Tuesday evening at 9PM called, you guessed it, “By Husbands For Husbands Talk Radio”. Our show offers news, views, and, interviews for men serious about becoming better husbands, fathers, and MEN.

Our show is hosted on Blog Talk Radio. We have been extremely pleased with their service. We are even more pleased to announce Blog Talk Radio has gone Social. BlogTalkRadio is the social radio network that allows users to connect quickly and directly with their audience. Their system offers free, live, call-in talk shows with unlimited participants that are automatically archived and made available as podcasts. No software download is required. Listeners can subscribe to shows via RSS into iTunes and other feed readers. Their network has produced tens of thousands of episodes since it launched in August of 2006.

Check out our new Home Page on Blog Talk Radio below – Click to see full picture. If you are a regular listener to our show, first we want to THANK YOU. Now we want to hear from you. You can sign up at Blog Talk Radio and become a – “HERO” – regular listener and provide us with instant feedback via chat or comments live while we’re doing the show. Its incredible and we welcome your feedback and input because that is what makes our show so popular.

Blog Talk Radio Page

www.byhusbandsforhusbands.com

80/20 Rule – Too Much On Your Plate… September 20, 2007

Posted by Steve Worthy in Business Development, Entrepreneurship, Getting Married, Manhood, Marriage, Staying Married, Uncategorized.
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Juggling Act…

So how many things do you have on plate today. Some times our lives are a juggling act and we do not know how to prioritze our lives. So in this blog I wanted to introduce a short principle that I’ve used numerous times in my professional life and have begun implementing in my personal life.

    PARETO PRINCIPLE

The Pareto principle (also known as the 80-20 rule, the law of the vital few and the principle of factor sparsity) states that, for many events, 80% of the effects comes from 20% of the causes. Business management thinker Joseph M. Juran suggested the principle and named it after Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto, who observed that 80% of income in Italy went to 20% of the population. It is a common rule of thumb in business; e.g., “80% of your sales comes from 20% of your clients.”

The original observation was in connection with income and wealth. Pareto noticed that 80% of Italy’s wealth was owned by 20% of the population. He then carried out surveys on a variety of other countries and found to his surprise that a similar distribution applied.

It also applies to a variety of more mundane matters: we wear our 20% most favoured clothes about 80% of the time, we spend 80% of the time with 20% of our acquaintances etc.

So if you have a list of ten (10) things to do the top two (2) should be your true focus. In accomplishing these, based on the rule, you inherently fulfill a good portion of the remaining eight (8). So try it and let me know how it works.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pareto_principle

Radio Interview – Bryan Davidson – Founder – SPIRITUAL Innovations September 18, 2007

Posted by Steve Worthy in Appreciation, Communicating, Hero Moments, Marriage, Romance Leadership, Staying Married, Uncategorized.
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Bryan Davidson

September 18th @ 9PM – Bryan Davison, Founder SPIRITUAL Innovations

Join us as Steve and Gerry chat with Bryan Davidson about the spiritual conversations that husbands should have with their wives and their children.

Bryan Davidson, a catalytic leader, thinker and writer, is a ministry entrepreneur, and spiritual conveyor. He is fascinated with the enormous potential for a new spiritual awakening in this generation. Led by the desire to boldly wade the sea of cultures, including the Post-modern and Post-Christian culture, he wants to see the world experience revolutionary change.

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Sick Family… September 17, 2007

Posted by Steve Worthy in Appreciation, Hero Moments, Manhood, Marriage, Staying Married.
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Sick Family

Well its that time of year. My daughters are in school and the flu and cold season has begun to hit our family hard, including my wife. She is not the type to get sick, but when she does watch out. This blog can come off as a little self-promoting, but whatever, it is what it is. LOL.

As a husband what do you do when your entire family is sick. Now most of you would say, “I’d take care of them”. However there are a handful of men where this is only lip service and the wife, eventhough she is sick, continues to take care of the entire family. Well, I’m here to say to you guys who think this way, “STOP IT, STOP BEING A WIMP AND TAKE CARE OF YOUR FAMILY.”

Ok, I got that out of my system. Seriously, when my family became ill my first inclination was prayer. As a husband, my first job is be the spiritual leader of my household. Thus, to take a posture of prayer should be your first thought and action. Pray for healing and patience (mainly for you). Since I have a house full of females I have to ensure I exercise a great amount of patience.

Second, was food. Do we have enough food, rather sick people food, i.e. soup, crackers, etc. So I went to the store and got them some stuff. Also, cooking I found this an excellent time to brush up on my culinary skills. Does it matter if I was boiling water for the soup? Nah, my girls appreciated it.

Next was my wife’s sinuses, she gets the worst sinus heahache, so I picked up some Sudafed and she has been feeling much better, but not 100%.

Now guess who’s showing signs of a cold, you guessed it Yours Truly. But, I’ll be ok, my girls will take care of dear ole dad. God Bless.