Dynamic Living: Commitment in Relationships

Dynamic Living: Commitment in relationships Hello, My Friends Commitment to work through relationship issues. When we learn to stay in our own business and out everyone else’s we find that relationships with other people become easier. This is because we commit to loving ourselves first, deciding how we want to live our lives and settingContinue reading “Dynamic Living: Commitment in Relationships”

Confidence: Resolve

Confidence: Resolve Hello, My Friends This is the final step in resolving the divide between your disappointing emotions and peace.Disappointment has shown you where a boundary was crossed.Disappointment was like a neon light pointing out something you care about. Today our acronym is RESOLVE So appropriate that we should conclude with resolving and settling yourContinue reading “Confidence: Resolve”

Confidence: Be your own best friend

Confidence: Be your own best friend. Hello, My Friends There are three types of business that we as human love to dabble in. Two of these businesses, we have no control over and the more time we spend here, the more we freak ourselves out.Which has an impact on how we see the world aroundContinue reading “Confidence: Be your own best friend”

Respect: How the RVR policy works.

Respect for others Hello, My Friends The only person you can control is you.  It is an illusion that you control other people.  The red velvet rope policy is an insurance policy that keeps you living in your lane.  When you are feeling frustrated and annoyed with someone else’s behaviour, your proximity alarm is sounding,Continue reading “Respect: How the RVR policy works.”

Respect: The Red Velvet Rope Policy

Respect from others Hello, My Friends Most people respect those who have standards and are willing to stand up to those standards.  This involves facing the uncomfortable emotions of possibly going against the grain of everyone else.  It takes a strong person to own their standards, and allow others to own their standards.  Especially whenContinue reading “Respect: The Red Velvet Rope Policy”