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Meet Febury Hassan of Related Bliss

Today we’d like to introduce you to Febury Hassan.

Febury, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today?
It was pretty simple and organic how I started my business which is ultimately my passion. One day I was having a conversation with a girlfriend who was really rather needed, but she wanted to be in a relationship so badly. In the moment that she was going on and on about relationships and her desire for marriage I looked at her and asked,” Would You Marry You?”. That singular question created an entire thesis and the premise for all of my work. From that question, I created my signature and the foundation from which every message, book, workshop, and coaching session is derived: Every relationship you are having is a reflection of the relationship you are having with yourself and all relationships are merely barometers to showing you your belief patterns. I have studied this one concept for 12 years. I don’t consider myself an expert in relationships. I am a coach that uses your relationships to show you who you are. By looking at your relationships we can unearth patterns that lead to beliefs. If you want to change anything you must first change your belief about it. I show my clients how to create better lives and relationships by first changing the only thing they have control over…themselves. But most all of us can only see ourselves in relationship to something or someone else and that is where our relationships help to become our barometer for growth and change. Tell me about your relationships and I can show you yourself.

Great, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
It hasn’t been too difficult. The biggest hurdles have been my own relationships and learning to evolve and teaching that which I learn along the way. One thing that has been a challenge is also working a full-time job and being a mom. Learning how to market the products that I produce was definitely a learning curve.

Related Bliss – what should we know? What do you guys do best? What sets you apart from the competition?
I am a relationship and personal development coach, an author, motivational speaker, and workshop facilitator. I have written 2 books, 2 signature workshops, and 1 webinar. I also speak professionally to companies. The premise behind all of my work is…Every relationship is merely a reflection of the relationship we are having with ourselves. All of our relationships are really only the external validation for what we believe is already the truth. Our relationships are a barometer for showing us where we are in the relationship with our self. Change your thoughts and your relationships change. Change your relationships and your world changes.

Signature workshops- “The Secret Power of Women” and “The Marriage Blue Print”
Books- “Would You Marry You” and “30 Days to a Healthy Relationship”
Webinar- The Marriage Blue Print

What sets me apart is how I help my clients see themselves and negative beliefs through their relationships and ultimately helping to empower them to change their beliefs which changes their relationships.

What moment in your career do you look back most fondly on?
Clients who have come up to me several times and said I changed their lives.

Pricing:

  • one on one coaching $125.00 per/hr
  • workshop facilitator $125 to $250.00 per person
  • motivational speaker $2000.00 to $5000.0
  • webinar workbook $150.00
  • book $15.00

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