How to be the queen

December 4, 2008 12:00:00 AM PST
Answering the age old question, "Who am I really?" Steps to becoming your own queen from relationship expert Alison Armstrong.

Becoming the queen:

Something that all women hear from others, especially men, and none of them truly understand is the suggestion to, "just be herself." Alison Armstrong has learned over the past two decades that women generally have no idea what this means. In a conversation with Janelle Wang and Lisa Quinn, Alison teaches them "How to be the Queen" and helps them answer the question 'Who Am I (Really)?'

The process begins with asking yourself, "What is your one hope for those you love?" In doing so, you gain insight to your core value. This defines who you are. Acting on this value and helping your loved ones reach it, is becoming a queen.

About Alison Armstrong:
Born in Laguna Beach, California in 1960, Alison Armstrong has been designing and leading transformational programs for adults for over 20 years. In 1995, after four years of studying men for her personal benefit, she created the "Celebrating Men, Satisfying Women" workshop to share her extraordinary findings with women across the nation. With her friend Joan McClain, a banking executive, she founded PAX Programs Incorporated with the mission of "altering society's culture by transforming the way women relate to men."

To learn more, visit www.understandmen.com.

Books by Alison Armstrong


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