Networlding is a process originally developed by Melissa Giovagnoli over fourteen years ago. It enables any two people to cultivate mutually beneficial relationships for transformational opportunities. The Networlding methodology has been utilized by many Fortune 500 companies as a teaching tool to get its own employees to better engage with one another. Melissa is the author and/or co-author of 15 books, five that have been on best-seller lists.
Dating for Life is a process developed by Craig Stuart Wilson only two years ago. It enables any two people to cultivate a sustainable relationship. It wasn’t my primary business, nor my intent to radically change the world. To my pleasant surprise, however, this process has helped a great many people in my professional and private world.
Both of our books incorporate the Golden Rule, which is one of the cornerstones of mankind. With the complicated world we live in, people often forget that a relationship isn’t built on technology, data, or speed. It is hand-crafted with old-fashioned values of trust, kindness, and chivalry. Through these timeless values evolves friendship and love. Five years ago Melissa Giovagnoli married Craig Stuart Wilson five years ago, on September 5, 2009 and became Melissa G. Wilson. I am here to say that for the past seven years we never stopped Dating for Life, for every night when our heads hit the pillow, I thank her for another wonderful date. And she truly embraces her Networlding methodology, for we indeed have developed a relationship that has been more than mutually beneficial and certainly the transformational opportunity of my life.
Happy Anniversary, Sweetheart.