The Power of You
Dwayne is the founder of Ethos Training. A character-based training and coaching business. Ethos invests in and builds the value of people by teaching leadership, conflict resolution, and engagement skills.
Dwayne is a graduate of North Carolina State University (Go Pack!) and completed a 30-year career of service with the City of Raleigh. From an internship in the athletics division, to Director of the Community Services Department, each position unlocked a path that has led him to become a people-oriented collaborator.
Originally from Currituck County, on the Outer Banks, Dwayne calls Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina home. He enjoys spending his free time with his wife of over 30 years, Denise, and their two daughters. If he’s not working with organizations or leaders, he’s serving as Guest Services Pastor at Cornerstone Family Church.
Tri Team Unlimited is the culmination of her many years of learning, work, and experiences that sit squarely on top of raw passion. Through these workshops and other tools, she creates an experience for couples that will deepen their intimacy, enrich their relationships, connect with other likeminded couples, and energize them with new tools. Couples will walk away knowing that real happiness is within their reach and they are reaching in the right direction. Reach out to us, and we will reach back!
In what year does divorce usually take place?
High: 1-2 years and 5 – 8 yearsAverage: 2-4 years and 15 – 20 yearsLow: 9-15 years
According to Wilkinson & Finkbeiner Family Law Attorneys, those who marry before the age of 18 have a 48% chance of getting divorced and those who marry between the ages of 25-39 have a 60% chance of divorce. People who get married over the age of 25 are 24% less likely to get divorced.
- Do you feel unworthy and not supported by your partner?
- Do you have unhealthy thoughts and patterns?
- Do you have challenges in expressing your wants and desires?
If you can answer yes to any of these questions, then this is the workshop for you and your intimate partner.
Self-esteem is an individual personal value, however, this workshop for couples is a team effort. The outcome is an increased the level of self-esteem and a deeper connection in awareness and intimacy. This workshop will teach each participant to recognize their worth, embolden them make request so that they get what they want, and empower them develop techniques for eliminating unhealthy thoughts. Couples will acquire practical ways to identify partner cues, provide support, and help to encourage. Individually and as a couple, participants will learn to set goals that reflect their dreams and desires and reinforce healthy patterns.
- Learning Goals
- What Exactly is Self-esteem?
- Why is this Important to our Relationship?
- How Do We Improve & Build Our Self-esteem?
- The Power of Thought
- Asking for What You Want
- Creating What You Want
- Couples Supporting Each Other
- Closing Activities