This is Book #1 in our 10 book "Gold Ribbon Marriage" series. The remaining nine books each deal with a specific need in marriage, and how you can satisfy it by thinking of your spouse as a VIP customer. Each e-Book costs $4.99. The books will be available in print for $10.95. beginning 6 months after their respective e-book release.
At the end of this free download, you can read a brief description of each of the remaining 9 books in the Gold Ribbon Marriage series.
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Book #2 will become available on July 30, 2012, and a new book in the Gold Ribbon Marriage series will be released approximately every two months thereafter via Amazon.com. Each book may also be purchased through your PayPal account for $4.99. If you don't have a PayPal account, you can still use your credit card, or you may use your Amazon, iTunes or B&N account to buy each new book as an e-book for the Kindle, iPad, Nook or other e-reader.
MORE ABOUT THIS BOOK AND THE "GOLD RIBBON MARRIAGE" SERIES
We are inventors and entrepreneurs. Over the past 33 years of being married to each other, and working together, we created and marketed more than 50 new consumer products and served more than 20,000 customers. As a result, we learned a lot about both living in love and about customer care. Why is that important? Because we are introducing some new business-related ideas about how to understand each other's needs, and how to satisfy them by giving each other world class CUSTOMER CARE. Each book in our unique series involves a Customer Metaphor, and shows how most conflicts in our marriages can be reduced or eliminated by looking at problems from a customer perspective.
What we want from marriage is really no different than what we want as customers. We want someone who will fulfill their promises. We want to feel that we got a bargain. And we want to feel loved and cared for after the sale--which in the case of marriage means after the wedding, after the honeymoon, after the kids, and after the drudgery of everyday life starts to wear us down. We all want to feel valued, to be treated like we matter.
By thinking of each other as valued customers, we can be more objective and less judgmental about each other's needs. For example, the grocery store where we shop doesn't care why we want paper or plastic, or Coke vs. Pepsi. They just want to make sure we are satisfied. That's exactly what we want from our spouses.