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The Number One Reason You Are Attractive

  I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard this from friends, family, friends of friends, and the general public (yes, I am listening in). Something along the lines of, “I just don’t understand why (person they are interested in) doesn’t like me. I am pretty good looking, successful, and kind. Is there something wrong with me?” Or “I can’t figure out (potential love interest) and don’t know what it means when they twirl their hair 3 times instead of 5, or look at the ground and blink twice. Am I analyzing too much?” I’m continually amazed at how others complain how their love life in a way that is typically about themselves somehow. “What’s wrong with ME?” “Why do I get constantly rejected?” […]

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A Simple and Classy Text Message to Get You Out of Going on Another Date

We have all had the experience of going on a few dates with someone before deciding that he or she is not the one. That is the purpose of dating, to get to know someone and decide if they could be your mate. But how do you get out of going on another date with someone who is more into you than you are into him? If you have been on three to five dates with someone I think that person deserves to be told that you are no longer interested. It’s a karmic thing. If you were into someone and they all of a sudden disappeared you would wonder, “Where did he go? Does he still like me? Should I text him?” and ultimately […]

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8 Negative Thought Patterns That Are Hurting Your Relationships

When the negative thoughts come – and they will; they come to all of us – it’s not enough to just not dwell on it… You’ve got to replace it with a positive thought. ~ Joel Osteen Has someone ever told you that you were negative? How did you react to this comment? Some of us might say, “Who me?” Others might stay quite but, the mind would be racing around guiltily looking for examples. We all have some negative patterns. Negative thought patterns are habits that we have accumulated over time. Some come through our families, some from teachers or mentors, some from society, some from the media and the list goes on. A key to transforming negative patterns is to recognize them. Once […]

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3 Ways to Become More Magnetically Likeable and Successful with People

When you’re out and about and you see people, and you just notice about them that they have an attraction. You see, that they have a magnetism about them that causes people to want to be around them. They’re happy, they seem joyful not matter what’s going on they’re just kind of the limelight of the situation. Well, there’s a certain set of properties about a person that makes that happen. There are three things that I am going to go over that you can do to bring that same type of magnetism into your own life, that can help you create success. There’s a guy, he’s actually a real-estate guy, and he sells big ranches. They’re huge and undeveloped. They do not have a […]

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8 Ways Jealousy Can Help You Grow

I’m sure we’ve all felt jealous at some point in our lives. Whether it was the friend who just bought that big house, the friend who is always in the limelight, that friend who is doing extremely well in their career or that friend who just started their own business, there’s a high chance we’ve felt that tinge of jealousy. But jealousy doesn’t have to be a bad thing Think about this, do you get jealous of everyone? Do you get jealous of people who have success in areas you know for sure you don’t like? Chances are, you won’t feel jealous and you’d be happy for them. So know that jealousy is not a bad thing (provided you don’t act on it and hurt […]

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5 Daily Habits That Will Make You A More Positive and Happy Person

When was the last time someone said that you were too positive? Never. The reason is that we can’t be. The key to success in anyone’s life is how happy we are. We may be the wealthiest person on our street, but if we’re miserable, we are far from successful. The problem most of us face is getting caught up in the daily grind of life and becoming worn out, overworked, and over caffeinated stress cases. Of course with all of life’s little (and big) stresses comes the tendency to blame, criticize, and generally take a negative outlook on life. Unfortunately, there is no way possible to live to our potential or even close to it by being a negative person. It sucks the life […]

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Why Self-Confidence Should Be Your Top Goal This Year

Did you set any goals or make any resolutions for the year? How are they working out for you so far? Are you on track?  Or have you already fallen short or abandoned your goal completely? If that’s the case, you aren’t alone. Research from the University of Scranton reveals only 8% of people who make resolutions keep them. We all have great intentions to improve our lives, get healthier, make more money, or improve our relationships. But the vast majority of people fail in their efforts. There are many reasons people aren’t successful in achieving their goals and resolutions. •    They set big, complicated goals that are overwhelming rather than small, attainable goals;•    They don’t set tangible, achievable metrics for their goals that are […]

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10 Creative Gifts for Your Valentine

Candy and flowers make nice Valentine’s Day gifts the first year or two a couple is together, but after a while, this routine gets a bit old. Maybe you can’t afford to buy your special Valentine a yacht or a trip to Hawaii, but you can use your imagination to delight your honey with something that shows how much you care. Why not surprise your sweetheart with a gift that’s as unique as your relationship? Take a weekend getaway.Valentine’s Day falls on a Friday this year, making this a great time for a weekend trip. You may not be able to pull together a major jaunt at the last minute, so keep it simple. Don’t try to pack too much into a small amount of […]

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Don’t Freak Out: How You Can Suppress Stress When Meeting VIPs You Admire

Let me ask you a quick question.  Does it stress you out to think about meeting your heroes? If you suddenly ran into a very important person you really admired — I mean someone you really, really admired — would you be able to have a coherent conversation? Would you so impress this person with your effortless charm and wit that they would want to take you home with them? Or would you start sweating profusely and be barely able to remember your own name? Unfortunately, a lot of people fall into the latter category. If the idea of meeting someone you admire – such as a VIP or very successful person in your industry – makes your heart race and your palms sweat, then […]

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3 Ways To Ditch The Blame Game

If you were raised in a family with other siblings chances are you have played the blame game a time or two. In fact, more than we all would care to admit, when confronted by a parent with the question, “Who did this?” we quickly replied “Not me.” As I have raised my children past the age of running around the house like a tornado, I have had my share of conversations about this mysterious person, “Not Me.” It is no wonder once we grow up we still have a tendency to shift the blame to a fictitious character. The major difference is as adults the stakes of our behavior are significantly higher. We truly are a product of our environment, and if we are […]

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