Compliments are very powerful. A single sentence has the ability to change a person’s entire mood, entire day, even the trajectory of their entire life. You’ve heard the stories about how one small compliment or words of encouragement from someone set a famous poet, athlete, artist or leader on the road to greatness. Even the great American author Mark Twain once said, “I can live for two months on a good compliment”.
You’ve gotten out of a possibly bad relationship. The last thing you want to do is waste your precious time with the wrong guy. Here’s how to make sure that doesn’t happen…
If you’re divorced or separated and worried about dating the wrong guy, you have a right to be cautious. It’s a new year and you don’t want to waste a moment of it with someone who isn’t aligned with your goals.
Nor, do I want you to.
If you’ve experienced heartbreak and find yourself struggling to make sense of what went wrong or what to do next, this article is for you.
I’m going to share with you what heartbreak really means, why it’s a good thing that it’s happening to you and how you can move past the hurt and into a place of harmony and contentment faster.
If you had the unshakable confidence to go out and achieve whatever you wanted, how would your life change? One of the biggest things I’ve identified as a relationship coach is that people don’t get the results they want in life because they lack self-confidence.
Once you gain confidence, two main things will happen.
So we’re all adults here, you’ve seen a thing or two in your time and have had some experiences, which means any intimate relationship you enter, there is a good chance you bring some emotional baggage with you. We all have it, no matter who you are; this baggage can be from your childhood, adolescence, or previous relationships. The truth is our past experiences shape our thoughts and beliefs, on a conscious and subconscious level. We grow and develop from these experiences and the hope is that what we learn from them allows us to avoid making similar mistakes.
Sounds good right? Let’s find out.
The Internet is an amazing tool and while it has rapidly shrunk our world and brought us all a little closer together…. It has also raised our level of self consciousness, and not in a good way! Like any useful tool, to make technology serve us well requires us to use a level of good judgment. In this era of social media, there’s a competition out there and it isn’t anything new but it is now more obvious than ever. No longer is it about keeping up with The Jones, it’s all about Keeping up with The Kardashians.
Today Social Media is drastically changing the way we communicate with one another. It is now being leveraged by companies and public figures to influence buyers in buying decisions, trends and viewpoints. But as Social Media continues to mold and influence communication, marketers have had to shift their approach.