The Oxford Ultimate Compatibility Test
This book title is a thorough explanation of our Compatibility Test. It’s 12 years of refinement. It invades your privacy and will tell you more about who you are and what you want in a relationship than anything that you’ve ever done before. If you thoroughly know what you want and do not want in that all-important relationship – you have a far better chance of achieving it. All failed relationships are primarily attributable to not clearly defining what you do or do not want from one another.
While this test is extremely important for those of you who have not as yet found that right person, it is equally important for those who have found and are with a partner that they love. Why? Because any relationship worth having is one that is worth improving. So if you have a long time relationship with someone that you care about, then it is incumbent (your duty) to not only know your Compatibility Score but also to get an understanding of where you are most and least compatible. This printout covers over 200 areas of compatibility or lack of compatibility.
It will serve as a future template of what may need to be addressed to improve your relationship. The following books authored by Ben Kugler, and others are the recommended books to improve any relationship.
14 Lessons of How to Optimize Your Compatibility
is the third recommended book in the Compatibility Series – it will be available as a book in July 2015, but will be ready in a webinar format by May 15th. For those who want to perfect optimization, there is a live weekend internship every month.
The following topics are just some of the material that the 14 lessons touch upon:
- a full understanding of the meaning of love – like you’ve never seen before
- what it means to truly understand and be there for another person
- what man’s greatest difficulty is and how to overcome it
- what’s the primary error that everyone makes that leads to upsets and how to minimize them
- there’s talking and then really communicating – what’s the real difference?
- why manners matter
- how high or low are your Principles and Values – “don’t leave home without them”
The above is just some of the relevant content that will make you more valuable to yourself, your significant other and for that matter anyone you interact with.
The book is also unique in that there are 10 imbedded videos in the book. These are accessible by QR code (that square shaped bar code that can be pulled up and viewed by almost any smart phone, or pulled up by typing the link into your computer’s browser).
This soon-to-be available book, its webinar and internship will make it possible for you as well as thousands of people to have the certainty that you can causatively have a future with your new ideal mate or your existing long term partner.
The 100/0 Principle
This book focuses on helping you recognize two very specific relationship pitfalls. These pitfalls are not seen in most other relationship books. The author, Al Ritter pulls no punches when he states that handling these two pitfalls are not easy, and not for everyone, but if you want to learn how to have a non-contentious relationship this is one of the books you must read.
A History of Marriage
Stephanie Coontz has written an extraordinary book with a powerful message: that today’s marriages are fragile not because Americans have become more self-centered and career-minded, but because we expect more from marriage than any previous generation. Scrupulously researched, filled with fascinating detail, and written with much wisdom, this book reveals that marriage is not a static, unchanging and increasingly unattainable ideal but a relationship whose success or failure ultimately depends on one’s willingness to adapt to the changing compatibilities of the times.” (Steven Mintz, John and Rebecca Moores Professor of History, University of Houston and author of Huck’s Raft: A History of American Childhood)
The Slight Edge: Turning Simple Disciplines Into Massive Success and Happiness
The Slight Edge, by Jeff Olson is a way of thinking that enables you to make the daily choices that will lead you to the success and happiness you desire. Learn why some people make dream after dream come true, while others just continue dreaming and spend their lives building dreams for someone else. The Slight Edge is not just another self-help tool for traveling the path to success. It is the doorway to creating powerful results in any area of your life, by using tools you already hold within you. “One of the best books I’ve read in the last 25 years – and I read a lot of books each year!” Ben Kugler
The Quest For Compatibility & the Demise of Divorce
This book picks up where the Ultimate Compatibility Test book leaves off. It more thoroughly puts into perspective why the divorce and failed relationship percentages went from under 5% to over 50% and have remained at over 50% since 1985.
This book gives a perspective on marriage, divorce and failed relationships that 99% of the public does not know about. It’s important that you understand this so that you can not only see why most relationships fail but what the empirical solution is to the problem. The solution is one that will give you a very high level of hope and certainty that you can do something about finding that right gal or guy, and that it is very likely that you can improve your relationship.
The tools of this book include two additional tests: a) the Commitment Test – which will give you a score of what your actual commitment is to your partner, or if single what your commitment is to the institution of marriage and b) the Happiness Assessment Test – a very short “gut check” appraisal of how happy your partner is with their relationship with you.
The Formula for a Successful Relationship is an invaluable tool that can literally breathe new life into almost any relationship – even toxic or at-risk relationships.
How to Optimize Your Parenting Skills
This book covers all of the 14 Lessons of How to Optimize Your Compatibility – but it is specifically geared to the rearing of children. It will not be available until August 2015.
This webinar focuses on using the 14 lessons to improve any and all of the following non-optimum areas of parenting:
- parental disrespect; both to and from the child
- out exchange (a child who must be contributed to versus one who is helpful)
- a poor work ethic
- poor communication skills – due to too much indulgence & entitlement
- without principled values
- to not care about their country and its history
- to not striving for their goals
- without good manners
- lack of respect for others or themselves
- leading a life with little purpose or value
- with a lack of pride and humility
- children who grow up dependent rather than independent producers
- an entitlement sense of economics
Everything in this workshop is geared toward helping you understand and work with your child regardless of whether they live in your home or are grown and living on their own.
The webinar, and internship of this topic will be available prior to the books release. It will make it possible for you as well as thousands of people like you to have the certainty you need to successfully raise your children and interact optimally with your adult children.
Good Husband Great Marriage
Written by Robert Mark Alter, this is a revolutionary new message about relationships between men and women. For men, and the women who love them, this is a highly controversial book on how to get – and be – a good husband. This book will appeal to the countless women who resent that their husbands never listen and that they have to nag in order to get them to do anything around the house; who feel like their husbands are always pawing at them to have sex; and who want more from their marriage.
If Life is a Game These are the Rules
Cherie Carter Scott authors one of the top five books that I’ve ever read. If you follow her 10 lessons of how to live your life you will have exponentially increased your value and worth not only to yourself but to those around you.
The Richest Man in Babylon
The ancient Babylonians were the first people to discover the universal laws of prosperity. In his classic bestseller, “The Richest Man in Babylon,” George S. Clason reveals their secrets for creating, growing, and preserving wealth.