If I hear one more salesperson tell me "I THOUGHT WE WERE GOOD?!"... are you KIDDING me?
Do you have a complete understanding and agreement in your most important relationships?
Do you know the answer - or do you think you know the answer?
When was the last time you asked your significant other how they were doing at a time where you didn't need anything in return? Have you ever asked if there was anything you could to improve your relationship?
Not just for your significant other, though. How about your close friends? Your family? Your boss?
Yeah, you heard me right. Walk up to your boss one day and ask them what you could do better. It ain't easy, but it shouldn't be hard.
Or instead, do you just assume that everything is good?
Because if that's the case, you shouldn't be surprised when you come home and the closet is empty and your wife leaves you. You shouldn't be surprised if you lost your job.
Why leave the status of important relationships up for chance when you have an opportunity to enhance them? Add value.
So many of us sit back and are thinking about the love, money, and the pats on the back we aren't getting. However, it's a two-way street.
What value can you add to all of your most important relationships? Think not about what you get, but what you bring.
Quote of the Day: "Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to be a man of value" - Albert Einstein
Song of the Day: "Tears Dry On Their Own" by Amy Winehouse
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