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Keeping your love tank full

The date was November 29th and I was about to land in Bogota Columbia for my first of a 4 city tour through Central & South America.

As I flew over the city approaching the airport, I had the feeling that something special was about to happen.

As I got out of my seat and walked toward the front of the plane to exit.. as I walked through the planes door onto the restricted security platform, much to my amazement I was about to be greeted in Rock Star fashion!

Whisked through security with handlers carrying my bags, even the pilot & crew had to wait as I was ushered through customs! No small feet in a Columbian airport in which only the day before a terror alert enabled security to foil a major drug smuggling operation to take place and explosives were captured.
Yes mom & dad, you're little boy is in Bogota Columbia. As I got a quick city tour before my event in a few hours, I was amazed at the peace and beauty of this magnificent city. After all, I learned that it's just as dangerous as any other major metropolitan city, in fact, thanks to their obvious security patrols, I felt quite safe!

So onto my venue in a quaint night club.

The audience was quite eager to hear about love languages, empathy & the lost art of listening, and how these tools would empower their relationships.

Afterwards the celebration, as only South Americans can, of having learned something new. Of having deepened a connection to their partners & soul mates.

And all ended happily ever after, with the Charminguy waiting to return to yet another beautiful city full of authentic & love people!


Monterrey, Mexico.. here I come!

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