Creating and maintaining deep, fulfilled relationships and gaining allies to help you achieve your goals.
3 main types of relationships:
People you have limited interaction throughout the day, but have the opportunity to create bonds that will help propel both of you forward in life.
Friends and family
Those in your inner-circle that you trust, rely on in tough times, and can rely on you.
If don’t have one, I will help you figure out what it takes to have them lining up at the door.
If have one, it’s figuring out how to grow TOGETHER vs apart.
There are success habits that apply to all three. For example:
Active listening vs waiting for your turn to talk
Looking the other in the eye and being empathetic
Genuinely being interested in them and being supportive
And success habits to develop for each. For example, with your significant other, are you on the same team (don’t let ego get in the way, support each other and have each other’s backs)? An example with friends & family would be, are you just clicking “like” on a social media post, or proactively reaching out to meet up in person with those you care about in your area, and have meaningful phone calls with those who are out of area?
Relationship Core :
5 Core Life – Will Moore – Super Friend vs. Toxic Friendship
5 Core Life – Will Moore – Using Technology to Stay Connected
Relationship Core #7
Relationship Core #6
Relationship Core #5
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Relationship Core #3
Relationship Core #2
Relationship Core #1
WHERE DO YOU STAND IN ALL 5 LIFE CORES?
Take The Core Life Evaluator Quiz and see where you stand today!
Getting your mind working FOR instead of against you by adjusting your attitude, perception, and confidence. Becoming what I call a “growth-owner” where you know you have everything in you to accomplish your goals and obstacles are temporary roadblocks waiting for solutions.