I came across a great example of good people doing good things that I thought you would find encouraging. It illustrates well a passage found in the Bible, Titus 3:14, Our people must learn to do good by meeting the urgent needs of others, then they will not be unproductive.
Developing deeper relationships is the topic of today’s show, and is a follow-up to last week’s episode, no. 171. It was an encore episode of an interview I did with Charley and Ruth Shirley in late 2018. It came about from Charley’s Facebook post with a photo of
One thing that deepens relationships is doing the little things that matter. You see it in people who observe, reflect, and then act. Listen in to today’s episode for an example. John Gottman writes in The Relationship Cure that based on his research Successful marriages are characterized by
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 87. Today we talk about a New Year’s resolution that will go a long way to deepening your relationships. I’m guessing it’s a New Year’s resolution you have never heard of before. In fact, I’d bet the farm on it, if I
Hello everyone and welcome to today's episode where today we talk about how changing the way we think changes the way we relate to others. But before we get into this, I have two responses from listeners about prior episodes I want to share with you. [Darlene’s text about
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 56, where today we consider one relationship that affects all others. Our relationship with our self, and how we think. In the last few episodes, 54, The Greatest Obstacle to Relationships and 55, How to Overcome our Greatest Relationship Obstacle, we talked