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Over the years, I’ve worked with countless clients who looked like they “had it all” from the outside: fulfilling careers, comfortable lives, and beautiful families.
Yet after just a few minutes of speaking with them, they’d often confess that something BIG was missing from their lives. Despite their success, they found themselves struggling to connect with their long-term partners.
And every time I meet someone who’s run into this kind of roadblock in their relationship, I think back to something that happened to me many years ago.
Many times, I’ve been asked why bad things happen to good people.
What purpose does pain and suffering serve… and does it come into our lives because we deserve it on some level?
Whatever form the question takes, the answer is nearly always the same:
Not one of us deserves to suffer, but suffering can be a doorway that allows us to step into a fuller, freer, more expansive version of ourselves.
Keep reading to discover how an extraordinary man overcame incredible odds, and changed not only his own life, but that of an entire nation — and how you can apply his transformational principles to start finding purpose and create a life you truly love living.
Entrepreneur, author and motivational speaker, Jim Rohn, once said, “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”
I invite you to pause for a moment to absorb the significance of that statement.
Next, think about the five people with whom you spend most of your time.
If you combine the annual income of those five people and divide it by five, chances are this is approximately the same amount of income that you earn.
Those of us who’ve studied the art and science of transformation, including Jim Rohn, understand that it’s extremely important to surround yourself with positive influences when you are pursuing your dreams.