You and your relationships
It is hard to be in a relationship with anyone if you do not know yourself.
What are you good at? What are things you do not like or do not like to do? Do you take full responsibility for your decisions? What is important to you?
Anthony Robbins cited six different needs as follows:
- Certainty – wanting to be sure about everything. Not taking risks.
- Significance – being the life of the party.
- Uncertainty/Variety – enjoying variety in what we do and how we live.
- Love/Connection – everyone needs that love and connection.
- Growth – we all must grow or die.
- Contribution – there is a sense of contributing to something.
Each of us places a different need as important and this would dictate the type of relationships we get involved in.
On the job, you can only become prominent in your field if you gain the knowledge of your industry and this would not happen if you do not have a good relationship with the persons you interact with.
In your personal life, how do you relate to your spouse/partner, sibling, mother/father? A good relationship at home fuels a healthy working relationship on the job.
If you cannot see yourself as worthy to be successful and you carry around baggage from your past all your relationships would be in jeopardy.
Sometimes there is so much baggage weighing us down – all the blame and hurt from the past keep coming up and as a result, our judgment of ourselves is clouded.
As the new year unfolds it is the opportunity to come to terms with yourself, know what makes you tick, where do you want to be at the end of 2019 and what are you capable of. Start leaving the baggage behind so that you can be free to develop your relationships and achieve success in 2020 and onwards.
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