The high performers I work with aim to not only optimize their lives around training, nutrition, and business, but also around their relationships. Our personal relationships play a huge role in quality of life, output, and ultimately, success.
Today’s interview with human behavior and relationship expert Alison Armstrong dives deep into how our biology influences decision making, the hormonal differences that manifest in behavior, and the MOST important things for men and women to be aware of in one another.
Alison Armstrong is a sought-after speaker and thought-leader amongst people with the desire to live empowered lives. Her philosophy and approach are referenced and taught by other authors, speakers, business consultants and therapists.
Alison’s exploration of human behavior began in 1991, with her decision to study men: “To find out how I was bringing out the worst in them. And hopefully, how to bring out the best.” Her success in understanding men naturally led to studying women’s behavior and making vital connections between the two. As her work has evolved, Alison now illuminates human characteristics that precede and express themselves regardless of gender, age and upbringing.
How Human Biology Impacts your Decision Making
Personal Development Tools to Strengthen Relationships
The Hormonal Differences that Affect Behavior in Men & Women
The MOST Important Awareness to have of the Opposite Sex
How to Solve Common Relationship Frustrations & Issues
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Learn more from Alison Armstrong:
- The Queen’s Code audiobook
- LUX Online Course
- “Why You Can’t Trust Men to Tell the Truth”
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