Jul 1, 2020
We know that our relationships are better when we communicate clearly. But many of us cut corners when it comes to artful communication. We send messages without opening a portal first. Or we lead with criticism rather than appreciation. So, what does artful communication look like? And how can we use it to build stronger relationships?
Karen Solomon is an Image and Relationship Consultant who teaches men, women and couples the keys to confidence in the bedroom and the boardroom. A credentialed teacher with 20-plus years of experience providing image makeover and relationship coaching, Karen inspires clients to be their authentic, unadulterated selves. She is also the author of Sexy, Sassy & Starting Over: Recipes for a Sweet & Savory Life After Divorce.
On this episode of Wickedly Smart Women, Karen joins Emerald to explain how she was introduced to intimacy coursework and what facilitated her transition from mentoring young women to working with mature men, women and couples. She weighs in on why our pleasure is our responsibility, challenging us to ask for what we want in our personal and professional relationships. Listen in for Karen’s insight around the language of consent and learn how you can build connection using the three elements of artful communication.
Karen’s calling to support people in their relationships
How Karen was introduced to intimacy coursework
Karen’s evolution from mentoring young women to working with mature men, women and couples
How to establish consent by opening a portal for communication
The three elements of artful communication
How we create conflict in relationships when we cut corners in communication
Why our pleasure is OUR responsibility
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