“Unlucky at Love? A Quick Quiz and 4 Turn-Around Tips” is a brief assessment that helps pinpoint relationship trouble spots and offers tips for navigating around them.
Buffalo, NY (PRWEB) February 14, 2013
Because Valentine’s Day can be a challenging holiday for people who aren’t in a relationship and for those who are, but aren’t satisfied with it, performance consultant and “aha” moment expert Donna Hartney, Ph.D., has created a free, downloadable relationship-readiness quiz.
“Valentine’s Day is a time to celebrate love. It’s also a perfect opportunity to examine the state of your relationships. How satisfying are they? Do you find them fulfilling? As you pause to reflect on the connections in your life, you might discover a whole new perspective that has a profound impact on your relationships,” says Hartney, author of The AHA! Handbook: How to spark the insights that will transform your life and career, the first research-based self-help book to teach readers how to prime themselves for pivotal “aha” moments.
“Unlucky at Love? A Quick Quiz and 4 Turn-Around Tips” is a brief assessment that helps pinpoint relationship trouble spots and offers tips for navigating around them. It is available at http://www.donna-hartney.com/?p=1192.
The quiz is based on Hartney’s more than 10 years of research into what can trigger pivotal insights -- those moments of clarity that have significant and lasting impact on a person’s life and career. Contrary to conventional wisdom, her research revealed that people can proactively prime themselves for pivotal “aha” moments, and she isolated the steps to do so. Hartney has found that momentous insights can have significant and lasting impact on many areas of a person’s life – relationships, career, health and well-being, finances, spirituality, etc.
The AHA! Handbook: How to spark the insights that will transform your life and career offers strategies for creating pivotal realizations to help people gain the focus and motivation they need to achieve goals that are important to them and live the life they want to live.