How the Little Things Can Give You Healthier Relationships

If you ask anyone who has been able to sustain a healthy relationship for thirty years or more how they’ve done it, they’ll almost always give you the same answers. They’ll tell you that the minor things that most people take for granted are what make all of the difference in whether or not a relationship lasts and is healthy and meaningful. These are things like: small acts of service, open communication, good listening and teamwork in resolving conflicts.

If you ask anyone who has been able to sustain a healthy relationship for thirty years or more how they’ve done it, they’ll almost always give you the same answers.  They’ll tell you that the minor things that most people take for granted are what make all of the difference in whether or not a relationship lasts and is healthy and meaningful. These are things like: small acts of service, open communication, good listening and teamwork in resolving conflicts.

While many of these things might seem like common sense, they are not commonly practiced because they seem minor in comparison to things like faithfulness, financial responsibility, common values and honesty. This article will share how these seemingly minor details can make a major difference in the endeavor to build healthier relationships…

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Are You Drawing a Blueprint for Success or for Disappointment?

Are You Drawing a Blueprint for Success or for Disappointment?

A determined house wife loses over 100 pounds and keeps it off, a thirty year marriage falls apart and ends up in a bitter divorce, an aspiring entrepreneur’s business explodes past the one hundred thousand dollar a year mark. These are the stories of people who have achieved results which were specifically determined by a “blueprint” that they created. Like the people in these examples, we all have our own blueprint which is perfectly aligned to propel us either towards blistering disappointment or deep fulfillment and success. This blueprint is the collective sum of our habits…

You may have heard that first you form your habits and then your habits form your life. Just think about all of the events of your life, the things which you have and the things which you don’t have: your relationships, your income, your career, the state of your physical health and even your own personal growth and education. All of these are the net result of the habits which you have developed over your lifetime. If you want to change any of these results, you must change your habits.

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