By Steve Chandler
In relationships, there are types of humans: reactors and creators. if you'd like better own connections—the keys to a cheerful, profitable life—you have to cease responding to different people's shortcomings and begin forming the relationships you will want for yourself.
In 50 how one can Create nice Relationships, bestselling writer and dating guru Steve Chandler deals extra of the nice and cozy, witty, useful propose he's well-known for—proven tips, thoughts, and insights which may assist you construct and keep dependable, significant relationships. You'll how one can shift your power from taking to giving, find out how to use innovation and mind's eye, the way to be an inventive listener rather than a passive listener, and lots more and plenty more.
Expanded from the audio-only 35 how you can Create nice Relationships, 50 Ways will open the door to new possibilities for loyalty, friendship, and help on your own lifestyles and the place of work.
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Extra info for 50 Ways to Create Great Relationships: How to Stop Taking and Start Giving
I know I’ll see you again—somehow, some way, somewhere, in some form. I’d like to spend the moments we have left just being quiet with you, listening to the rain and the crackle of the ﬁre. I want to hug you one last time—a big bear hug. If I could live • 32 • An Hour to Live, an Hour to Love this life again, I’d spend a lot more time hugging people, especially you and our girls. Thank you, Kris. Thanks for just being you. ” Why Are You Waiting? The key to a good life is this: If you’re not going to talk about something during the last hour of your life, then don’t make it a top priority during your lifetime.
We played games that she made up as she went along, and the room service was just perfect! It was after midnight when she ﬁnally fell asleep in my arms. I felt so young that day. I’ll never forget just holding her and looking at her, with happy tears in my eyes, wondering to myself, how in the world I ever ended up so lucky. “If I could live my life over again, Kris, I’d spend far less energy wanting things I didn’t have, and far more energy enjoying what I already did have. It’s such an obvious thing, and it’s right under our noses our entire lifetime—the idea that happiness comes not from • 25 • Richard Carlson getting what we want, but instead from wanting what we have.
I love the way you kept your sense of humor during that ordeal. I must have seemed like such an idiot, but you just thought the whole thing was incredibly funny. Even when I told you I thought we could lose everything and you saw the fear in my eyes, all you did was listen. You never lost your cool or gave me any harsh lectures. “Instead, Kris, you kept insisting that we had • 20 • An Hour to Live, an Hour to Love each other, that the kids were healthy, and that this was all that was ultimately important.
50 Ways to Create Great Relationships: How to Stop Taking and Start Giving by Steve Chandler