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Encore Episode: How to Set Practical & Inspiring Relationship Goals

January 02, 20241 min read

If I were to give you my best advice about relationships and whether or not now is the time to put a lot of effort into your relationship development, this is the main question I would ask… “Would you be able to continue with how things are right now indefinitely?”

If the answer is no (which it has been for me several times over the course of my 10-year marriage) this episode is for you.

In this encore episode (first released in January, 2023) of the Respected & Connected Podcast, we're talking about how to set practical and inspiring relationship goals. We discuss...

  • Why you might hesitate to set a goal, especially a relationship goal.

  • Three questions to help you discover a goal that is both practical and inspiring.

  • What to consider when you're making a plan that will keep you moving forward in a positive direction.

  • Two big mistakes to avoid when you're working on goals that involve people who matter the most.

  • What might get in the way of your goal and how to recognize your "competing commitments."

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