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How to Have a Date Six Nights a Week
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6 reviews
5 stars
attended Jan 08 2009

Janine Driver is fantastic, passionate, authentic, accessible, quick witted and FUNNY. I learned much about the signals we give each other through our body language in relationships--especially in new and unfamiliar situtations. Very fun and...continued

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12 reviews
16 stars
attended Jun 09 2009

Janine Turner gives a great, funny, motivating presentation. The class is very interactive and all class members can benefit from the exercises and feedback she provides. It would be hard not to learn something. And the information provided is...continued

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attended Jan 08 2009

I got a lot out of this class. The instructor is very personable and easy to understand. I learned a lot about non-verbal communication and about myself, and as an added bonus, made some new friends in the process. I highly recommend this program...continued

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*How to Have a Date Six Nights a Week: Part One

*Still single and wish you weren’t? Now you can explore the meaning of body language and learn how to read verbal and nonverbal communication cues. In this class, you’ll obtain the stealth advantage to help subtly and sexily communicate what you want to a potential date/mate. You will also learn cutting-edge deception techniques to help you detect and weed out people who are “less than truthful.” These top-secret tips used by law enforcement, government officials, advertisers and many others will help you gain an advantage in finding the right person!

Specifically, you will:

  • Discover the “3 nevers” in dating to avoid the pitfalls of bad relationships
  • Practice proven formulas for rapport-building that ensure excitement and practically guarantee a second date
  • Identify how people process information and echo their preferred language to gain the upper hand in communicating synonymous expectations
  • Examine non-verbal signals to detect when people are being less than truthful, enabling you to stop struggling through endless dates that go nowhere
  • Explore three proven rapport-building formulas, then have fun discovering the chemistry that results
  • Learn to write effective Internet profiles explaining who you are in realistic and appealing terms, with fast and relevant results.
  • How to Have a Date Six Nights a Week: Part Two

I*nstructor Janine Driver is back with more fun and playful tips on how to find that special someone in How to Have a Date Six Nights a Week: Part Two. Just wait until you see what she has up her sleeve this time! Before you know it, you will delve even deeper into the meaning of body language.

  • The speaker*

Janine Driver, aka the Lyin’ Tamer, is a body language contributor to NBC’s Today Show. Her hilarious improvisational antics, paired with her insightful body language analysis, have won the laughs of sales representatives, recruiters, attorneys, and hundreds of other business professionals. Throughout the United States and Canada, she facilitates courses and workshops on Establishing Rapport to Increase Sales & Clientele, Detecting Deception, and Successful Dating Secrets. Her quick-wit and comical tales have also been highlighted on The Rachael Ray Show, Good Morning America, The Big Idea, FOX News, and in magazines such as Psychology Today, Campaigns & Elections, Cooking Light, Life & Style, and in_ The Washington Post._

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