Dater’s Ed is to dating what Driver’s Ed is to driving.
Need a dating curriculum to steer safely through the relationship fog? Lisa Jander takes an intelligent, innovative, and humorous look at the important role parents must play in their child’s dating education. Adapting the Driver’s Ed manual, she expands 17 driving analogies, using everyday car and driving examples to teach parents how to reduce dating injuries. “Hold your horsepower there fella! I don’t think you’re firing on all cylinders.”
Learn how to shift gears if a student is Dating Under the Influence. Recognizedating Emergencies and Hazards. Turn common street signs into dating lessons. Endorse a qualified Dating Instructor and assemble a Pit Crew to keep your student from crashing and burning.
Buckle up, - it’s the Law of Attraction. Do you have complete confidence in your own proving grounds? Unless you have a test track for dating in your backyard, this workshop is a must.
Save your teen from a dating collision -
your window of opportunity is much smaller than a garage door.
About Book Signings with Dater’s Ed Author Lisa Jander
Book signings can be a great event…or they can drive you crazy! Here are some tips to make sure you don’t go down the path to insanity just to get me to sign my book for you!
DO: Feel free to choose ONE of the many brightly colored gel pens I have at the table to sign my book with (unless you would like to provide your own writing utensil – no, I do not sign in lipstick!)
DON’T: Wait until the last minute to choose your color creating an endless traffic jam of eager teens and parents waiting, drooling and panicking that they might not get their turn! (Ok, you get the idea – let’s just keep the traffic moving to avoid the rush-hour standstill.)
DO: Think of who it is you want me to sign the book for – I always provide a stack of 3 x 5 cards on my table for you to legibly write the name/names of those included in advance. Yes, this is for my benefit. I have a hard time pronouncing names like, ‘Jhutterfincsht’ ‘Blakincrawder’ and if it is written on a card, it will save us all from certain embarrassment.
DON’T: Wait until you are next in line, vacillate between the top 27 friends you want to include and then dictate the lyrics to your favorite song for me to frantically scribble on the first 9 pages of the book.
DO: Feel free to bring a camera, video camera, camera crew, FOX 2 NEWS, Oprah or any other form of publicity that will help you capture the moment but more importantly, turbo-charge my career as an author.
DON’T: Expect me to have perfect hair for the photo shoot after a 2-hour workshop. All photos must be approved before release (unless they have been Photoshopped to make me look like I did in college.)
DO: Come with small bills and perhaps change – think of this as a tollbooth where the little man in the box that can make change for a $100 dollar bill just left for lunch…permanently!
DON’T: Offer to pay for the book with a credit card unless you are purchasing a minimum of 7,419 books. Then…somehow…we will make that work.