Have an Amazing Family By Applying
15 Successful Tried & True Corporate Tools
Every year corporations spend thousands of dollars developing ways to keep their employees happy, motivated, creative and high-functioning.
In this revolutionary Itty Bitty Book, Jacqueline Huynh Schaeffer shows you how to use these same corporate techniques to create a happy dynamic family.
Introduce and nurture these simple but important 15 ideas within your family structure and you will instill and promote the exact corporate skills for your family to become your own winning team at home.
• Discuss and decide core values for your family.
• Create a family culture that promotes laughter, support, joy and communication.
• Create a high level of emotional intelligence, respectful expression and compassion.
Pick up a copy of this powerful book today and experience the joys and successes that come when you invest in creating a loving, close family.
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About the Author
Born in Saigon, Vietnam and raised in Orange County, California, Jacqueline T. D. Huynh is the first born of five girls from immigrant parents who came to America with less than $20 in their pocket.
Jacqueline is a speaker, author, trainer and Certified Master in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Leadership Development and in the Catharsis Application Program (CAP), which is a special program integrating art and music to release stress and negative emotions.
She helps business owners and families develop skills to become successful leaders in order to manifest their vision and leave a legacy.
She brings over 15 years of corporate and business world experience and integrates her coaching with her knowledge and life skills.
She found her inspiration, passion and purpose as a leadership coach after the suicide of her sister and her decision to leave her marriage. She desired to develop the skills and talents of a great leader and be a role model for her children.
She currently resides in the Los Angeles area with her 2 children. You can reach Jacqueline T. D. Huynh at: