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Join us for the first in a Podcast series called “Relationships By Design.” Grab a coffee (or your favourite beverage), put on the headphones and enjoy The Heart of Relationships. Subscribe to Spotify or Apple Podcasts so you ensure you are notified of each episode.
You might be thinking, “No, Dan, conflict is NOT a good thing. We don’t want conflict in our relationship. Conflict is hard work and it tears us apart.” I understand. Whether we’re coaching with a couple, I’m coaching with an executive, or in Communication Excellence training with a corporate team, reducing conflict is often one… Read more »
This morning, after my meditation, I was thinking about mindfulness. Yes, that sounds ridiculous. I started laughing at myself, too. “Thinking” and “mindfulness” are two totally different approaches. To be mindful about mindfulness is more appropriate. One of my habits is to overthink a situation, which often has me in an “analysis paralysis” mode. I… Read more »
Thankfulness. Or Thank-fullness. There is no better way to increase your quality of life and enhance your relationship with self and others. We invite you to accept our challenge.
Life!! The more I learn about it, the more I realize how little I know. Especially when it comes to relationships – the foundation of any family or business. Today, what have you learned about the people you love? Asking good questions, listening, and learning deepens the trust. We invite you to send us a… Read more »
Hey, don’t let your mind wander as you read the title. I’m defining soil as what your relationship grows in, not the …… well, you know. Although we don’t farm full-time anymore, we graze and market some natural grass-fed beef on our property. We’ve got a genuine and respectful attachment to nature, and a concern… Read more »
I invite you to read the title one more time. I invite you to consider how clarity and confusion affect your relationship with your partner at home. Is the statement true for you? Carol and I attended a workshop which focused on creating an accountable workplace culture. Accountability expert, Greg Bustin, shared many gems, such… Read more »
What do you mean, “How do you show your love?” Weird question, isn’t it? This may seem like a total exaggeration, but I invite you to ponder this. Many people (me included) get wrapped up in life – busy with work schedules, kids’ sports, family get-togethers, volunteer activities, TV, computer, and a variety of other… Read more »
You might know the routine. Out of genuine care and concern for your partner you ask, “How was your day?” The response goes something like this, “Oh, you can’t believe what a crappy day it was……… (on and on and on, gag, gag, adnosium).” Too often, replaying these stories, and telling them over and over only… Read more »