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The Marriage Boss - Weekly Interviews with Today's Most Intriguing Entrepreneurial Personalities

The Marriage BOSS podcast brings you ENERGY and IDEAS to build a marriage and business that matters. Host Rick Gabrielly explores the connection between our work lives and our relationships. In conversations with today’s most intriguing personalities, each episode is filled with the hottest insights, tips and action steps to put you back in charge of your money and your marriage.

May 9, 2015

Join "The Marriage BOSS" Rick Gabrielly and special guest Tom Fiffer as he discusses "Building Intimate Relationships That Last." If you've ever been in a marriage or dated someone who you just didn't click with, or you want to get into a healthy, vibrant, truthful partnership, this is the show for you. Filled with life experience, sage advice and a blueprint for building a life that matters, Tom leaves it all out on the field!!


Thomas G. Fiffer, Executive Editor at The Good Men Project, is a graduate of Yale University and holds an M.A. in creative writing from the University of Illinois at Chicago. He is a professional writer, speaker, and storyteller with a focus on diagnosing and healing dysfunctional relationships. You can find him at Tom Aplomb, and connect with him on Facebook and Twitter. His books, Why It Can't Work: Detaching from dysfunctional relationships to make room for true love and What Is Love? A Guide for the Perplexed to Matters of the Heart are available on Amazon. He is also working on his first novel.

Tom's book recommendation is his old standard, Stop Walking on Eggshells by Randi Kreger--the book that saved his emotional life.

A special gift from Tom:

He's happy to offer a discounted 30-minute relationship health assessment to our audience. This is a $100 value, but you can have it for $39. Just connect with Tom and mention The Marriage BOSS! Awesome!!

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