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How are your Relationships?

Updated: Mar 4, 2022

What is a relationship and how does it affect you? It is simply how two or more concepts, objects, or people are connected, or the state of being connected.

A relationship can be good, bad, or nonexistent. However, what if you could have a good rapport with everyone you have a relationship with in your personal and professional life?

Good rapport is the basis of effective communication in business and the rest of life. When you take the time to understand someone, you can see the world from the other person’s perspective. By asking rapport-building questions and embracing others’ viewpoints, you’re able to discern the other person’s needs.

Is it possible to have this in every relationship that you have? Yes, it is, but it takes work. You also must want it. It can be challenging and can be often one-sided, however, the outcome of that work and your part in that relationship is valuable. You are valuable, and so are the people you work with, the friendships you have, those you associate with or encounter, like your loved ones. The people in your circle are valuable and worth far more than things. After all, things are just what you acquire with money? Money cannot buy and build genuine relationships, friendships that will stand the tests and trials that come with any relationship. Money can buy you fake relationships and things to make your life more comfortable. What money can’t buy is a person with integrity and standards that will stand the tests of time. I am not talking about the people in your life that only want you in it because of what you can give them. I am talking about quality and love, however, what if those people also could be part of a relationship that is based on truth, love, and realness? It would be a game-changer.

But what you do in those tests and trials says a lot about you, your character and integrity. How you handle the things thrown at you often determines the outcome of a relationship.

When you have a good rapport with others, including family, friends, and those you do business with, your life will be happier and more fulfilling. It will take on a whole new meaning of why you do what you do. Have you evaluated your relationships lately? Have you evaluated yourself, inside of the relationships?

Want to learn how to use your relationships to create bonds, friendships, commerce and build a quality community? Pick your day and time at to chat. I guarantee you will walk away from our discussion with at least one idea you can start using immediately.How

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