If you find yourself doing the same routine day after day, never remembering what you did the day before, having nothing to look forward to, living your life – but never enjoying it or anything in it…you are probably living your life and the relationships in it on autopilot.
Life can be interesting. Each day has the capacity to be amazing or it can be a series of unfortunate events. People can be in bad moods, situations can go wrong, and sometimes accidents simply happen. No matter what the circumstances, whether this day is a success or failure depends on your outlook.
Dr. Gary Smalley said that “Everything in life that matters most can be boiled down to relationships.” I find that to be true. Any significant success has to include others: either supporting you emotionally, physically, or even financially. So we have to ask ourselves, if we want to succeed in life, what matters most to us?
In this week’s Real Life Podcast, hosts John and Lou discuss the ups and downs of new relationships in our lives, the expectations we put on ourselves, other people, the new relationship itself!
No matter how hard you try, you are likely to make some sort of mistake today. You may forget to take out the trash, accidentally cut someone off in traffic, forget to file an important document at work, or forget to pick up milk at the grocery store. Mistakes happen.
The simple reality is this: no one succeeds on their own. There is always a list of people who have assisted, mentored, inspired, or supported the incredible success stories that inspire us today.
This week The Real Life Podcast is giving suggestions for people who are single, single-again, dating, and married to enjoy and get the very most out of Valentine’s Day.
Each day we wake up and go to work, many of us in more debt than we were when we went to sleep. Mortgages, college debt, credit cards, over-extended credit lines, we are running on a defect of funds. Can any of us find happiness in our finances? There is hope.
What if you could not fail? How would that change your life? What would you do differently? Here are 5 keys I think we all need to learn to achieve greater success.
I wonder what it would look like if we spent more time thinking about the consequences of our thoughts or actions, instead of just the processes we employ.