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Sexuality Coach Certification. Intimate Tickles “Shakes Hands” With Dr. Rachael Institute

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Offering their elite consultants the knowledge, experience, success, and credibility of Sexuality Coach Certification and internationally acclaimed physician and sexologist, Dr. Rachael Ross at an significant and exclusive discount.

Columbia, Oct 22, 2018 (  – Intimates Tickles is proud to become affiliated with the Dr Rachael Institute, offering their consultants an exclusive and significant discount for enrollment to DRI.

DRI courses combine the science, the nutrition, the technique, the relationships, and the business of Sexuality coaching in order to train students to become among the best, the most confident, and the most successful Adult Romance Consultants in the business.

“Dr Rachael and Intimate Tickles are amazingly aligned in our belief that we can expand, extend, enhance, and even repair relationships with adult romance enhancement and sexuality consultation and coaching.” Says Deryk Brown, IT Director at Intimate Tickles LLC, “By offering our consultants the access to this knowledge and certification, we further highlight our dedication to supplying knowledgeable expert romance consultants to our customers.”

Intimate Tickles LLC is an adult romance home party plan company based out of Columbia SC. Their goal is to provide a safe, comfortable, and fun environment to encourage sexual health, enhancement, and to open awareness to learn fresh new ways to take single, couples and their relationships beyond boundaries and strengthen romance.

Dr Rachael Ross founded the Dr Rachael Institute for Sexuality Coach Certification in response to the growing need to keep families together!  Over 67% of marriages will end up in divorce, and at least 1 in 4 couples are considered sexless. Dr Rachael prides herself on her direct and practical approach to communicating with and caring for her patients. Dr Rachael is a sexologist and board-certified Family Medicine physician who practices Functional-Family Medicine and sexology in her hometown of Gary, Indiana. Dr Rachael Ross commuted back and forth to Hollywood, CA serving as a co-host on the Emmy® Award-winning talk show, The Doctors®.

“I have found that it takes a mix of traditional sex principles, blended in with basic psychology, a dash of anthropological thinking, a splash of holistic healing, added with basic wellness principles, then swirled in with coaching methods to really empower clients to reach their sexuality goals.” Says Dr Rachael when asked about the certification course, “That’s what I teach my students!!  Sexuality Coach Certification graduates are trained to help keep families together. It’s fun, it’s lucrative, there’s a system, and you get to witness real results!”

As a certified graduate of The Dr Rachael Institute’s Sexuality Coaching Program, students have fulfilled the requirements to become an accredited member of the American College of Sexologists International and the American Board of Sexology.

Romance consultants have reported a significant increase in sales and party bookings as customers view them as experts in the field.

To assist their consultants to take advantage of this opportunity, Intimate Tickles has cemented a significant discount for membership to the course. Intimate Tickles will also waive their own membership fee for one year.

With this synergistic partnership, Intimate Tickles has taken a giant leap forward in their quest to supply the best adult romance enhancements products and the best adult romance consultants.

You have $8 billion. You want to do as much good as possible. What do you do?

I sat in a San Francisco conference room a few months ago as 14 staffers at the charity recommendation group Give Well discussed the ways in which artificial intelligence — extreme, world-transforming, human-level artificial intelligence — could destroy the world. Not just as idle chatter, mind you. They were trying to work out whether it’s worthwhile to direct money — lots of it — toward preventing AI from destroying us all, money that otherwise could go to fighting poverty in sub-Saharan


“Say you tell the AI to make as many paper clips as it can possibly make,” Howie Lempel, a program officer at GiveWell, proposed, borrowing a thought experiment from Oxford professor Nick Bostrom.

The super AI isn’t necessarily going to be moral. Even with positive goals, it could backfire. It could see the whole world as a resource to be exploited for making paper clips, for example.

“Just because it’s very intelligent doesn’t mean it has reasonable values,” Lempel said. “Maybe it starts turning puppies into paper clips.”

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“I think it’s all about who comes,” said Bri Tate, senior in management and international business. “People who aren’t too ‘cool’ and you know they’re just down to have fun. If the people suck, I won’t stay.” The typical party mix always includes …

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Party Plan Business

When I got to college and started to go to parties in the Fort, I expected Hollywood to come to life. Somewhere between “Clueless” and “Project X” there was the perfect straight-out-of-a-movie party, and I hoped to find it. Some were wild, some were lame, and ultimately I realized that no movies quite got all of it right.

“The Fort — it’s a better area to have a party than other places in Knoxville,” said Elliott Feith, a freshman in accounting. “Everything is within walking distance.”

Parties make even the trashiest of Fort houses look like Gatsby’s mansion, and the Fort is Mecca for parties. The ideal layout has to have perfect keg placement, which means fewer bottlenecks to the booze and more time to party. Most houses have ample outdoor space, where a large majority of partygoers congregate like in “Dazed and Confused.” Find a place that can handle a little wear-and-tear, a large crowd, boozey floors and loud music — with neighbors that won’t call the cops.

Themes can be fun, and the costumes ensure tons of Instagram likes the next day. Who wouldn’t want to go to an“Animal House” historic toga party? But picking the right theme is crucial. Common mistakes including choosing something too specific or offensive stereotypes, exhibited in the Sundance Film Festival award winner “Dear White People.”

Some, however, like senior in public relations Kevin Brown, say themes are a lost cause. “I hate themes. They never work well in the Fort,” Brown said. “People care more about getting drunk than they do dressing up.”

If you want a theme anyway, pick one with plenty of costume potential, like togas, decades or characters from pop culture. The more people can get from Goodwill, the better.

Recently, live music has been a trend at Fort parties. Bands in people’s living rooms or backyards make a typical kegger feel like a private concert with your closest friends — with cheaper beer. Think Matt Damon’s rendition of “Scotty Doesn’t Know” in “Eurotrip,” or even Craig Ferguson and Rihanna’s duet in “This is the End.” Knoxville has a lot of great local musical talent to take advantage of, and live music brings people together. Cicily Hummer, a senior in kinesiology, prefers live music at parties, although she says, “Eight out of 10 times the band sucks.” So maybe a back-up Spotify playlist is a good idea.

15 Email Marketing Myths Debunked!

How well do you understand email marketing? Even if you think you’re in the know, you might be believing outdated or unsubstantiated “facts.”.

Here’s a look at common misconceptions regarding email, according to the following Email Monks infographic.

All email recipients who opted in are loyal readers. False. “Some of them opted-in through proxy forms for incentives to surpass premium content gateways,” suggests Email Monks.

Moreover, the length of time on a list can increase the possibility of spam complaints. “At 31 months, 43% of a list were more likely to complain,” states Email Monks.

The higher the email frequency, the higher the unsubscribe every time. Not true! “HubSpot conducted a study and found that if you’re emailing your list four or five times a month, it will actually decrease your unsubscribes,” Email Monks states.

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Email Marketing: How To Make Money With Email Without Spamming Your Customers Fiona Lewis interviews Kurt Johansen the email marketing king. He shares his secretes on how to get started with.

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