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Shannon and Dino Watt Can Help You Improve Your Love Life and Your Bottom Line

Shannon and Dino Watt, owners of The Business of Marriage, teach couples how to run their relationships more like a business, and vice versa.  

The Watts, who call themselves "Marriage Mentors," coach couples throughout the country to create a mission statement, take periodic relationship inventories, and schedule regular Marriage Mastermind meetings.  Just in time for Valentine's Day, the Watts reveal how to help both your love life and your bottomline deliver record "profits" -- this week on Monday Morning Radio.

Shannon and Dino are interviewed by Wizard Academy faculty member Dean Rotbart and wealth management expert David Biondo.  Dean and David are co-hosts of the weekly Business Unconventional radio news magazine broadcast on 710 KNUS AM in Denver.

For sponsorship opportunties, contact Dean Rotbart at 303-296-1200.

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Posted:  February 10, 2014
Monday Morning Run Time:  33 mins  21 secs


Spend This, Not That™ - Valentine's Day 2014 Edition
DOING MUCH MORE WITH WHAT YOU ALREADY EARN!
A FREEDOM FASTTRACK/MONDAY MORNING RADIO FEATURE

Valentine's Day 2014 Edition

By Dale Clarke and Dean Rotbart

Regardless of your budget, Spend This, Not That™ offers our suggestions for choosing wisely; leveraging cash outlays with infusions of creativity and imagination; spotting and utilizing savings opportunities; and above all else, making your Valentine's Day gifts count.

Chocolates (Not That): Godiva offers Valentine’s Day chocolates in a keepsake, fabric heart-shaped box that contains 40 limited-edition heart-shaped pieces.  “Make a grand romantic gesture with our…quintessential gift of love,” the chocolatier coos.  Cost is $100, which includes free standard shipping.

Chocolates (Spend This) That limited edition fabric heart-shaped box will have little utility once the goodies inside are gone.  The box isn’t designed to be refillable and, in our experience, emits a stale smell in time.

For under $90 online, you can purchase the Sephra 16-Inch Stainless Steel 4-Pound home fondue fountain, capable of dispensing premium Belgium dark chocolate, milk chocolate, white chocolate and other delectable varieties (including liquid caramel) guaranteed to make your sweet-loving lover’s heart melt.

Plan your entire evening around the chocolate fountain, including what you’ll dip into it – strawberries, pound cake, pretzels, body parts… whatever.

Four pounds of your favorite fondue chocolate, more than enough to satiate even the most voracious chocoholic, will run you about $32.

Dishwasher safe parts are easy to clean and the fondue fountain can be used to entertain small gatherings year round – or to reenact your Valentine’s Day liaison whenever the mood is right. 

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Category:Spend This, Not That™ -- posted at: 8:10pm MDT

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