54 :: Relationship Advice + Knowing Your Worth with Charles J. Orlando

Episode Description

Last October I was waiting for a flight at San Jose airport when I looked to my right and saw this well dressed, good looking guy with great energy sitting a few seats down from me. I did what any self respecting extrovert would do.. I said hello, introduced myself and inquired to know more about this interesting guy. His response?! ‘I’m a relationship coach.’
Aha! Of course!
You know what happened next. I told Charles J. Orlando about Ignite Intimacy and told him we’d love to feature him.
And, it wasn’t easy to schedule! Charles is in high demand between his show ‘7 Year Switch’ on Lifetime television, his private coaching practice, writing his 6th book and posting regularly to his robust social media following. Planning this took time, patience and effort.
Join Charles and I as we do a deep dive into relational patterns, online dating in a social media obsessed world, knowing your worth and some one-on-one coaching Charles gives me during our conversation on Episode 54 of Ignite Intimacy!

Charles J Orlando – BIO

Charles J. Orlando is a relationship expert, bestselling author, and expert host of Lifetime’s smash-hit series Seven Year Switch. He has worked with tens of thousands of singles and couples to help the discover answers to key questions that commonly plague modern-day romance. Charles’ approach to research is unique, and he frequently goes undercover in the worlds of dating, marriage and infidelity. Referred to as “The Malcolm Gladwell of Relationships” by the media, and “Carrie Bradshaw-meets-Hitch” by his readers, Charles has built a 1,400,000+ person fanbase on Facebook—completely by word-of-mouth—where he offers free, street-smart love advice to men and women around the world. He is regularly tapped by CNN, FOX, and BBC for his insight into relationships and relationship dynamics.

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