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Sunday, March 20, 2016

Making Your Relationships work for You ~The Course

What is the nature of a relationship and how do you enable relationships that will truly work for you and the other person? 

  • The relationships scale runs from healthy and vibrant to toxic and deadly.  We have all experienced both types and seek to avoid the later.
  • Typical Social networking friending is not true relationship building; although it may contain some of the elements.
  • All relationships with other folks are reflective of the relationship with one's self.

To understand relationships that provide mutual benefit let us first look at the nature of win~win relationships.


defines win-win as,
"advantageous or satisfactory to all parties involved"; thus a win-win relationship is one in which all parties experience having their needs met, over time.

"The Law of Win-Win says, 'Let's not do it your way or my way let's do it the best way." ~Greg Anderson, American Author & Founder, The American Wellness Project

If you want to engage in relationships that will work and thrive; think win~win.
Otherwise someone in the relationship may feel she/he is the lesser partner. 

Who truly wants that?  

To reach an enhanced understanding  of the concept of win~win relationships please enjoy the following video of a TED Talk by Mark Morris, a professor of business management and entrepreneurship at Brigham Young University. (2015)

  • How would you define a win~win relationship?
  • What are the benefits of win~win relationships?
  • What primary relationship effects all other relationships?

Please consult your TA for extra help!

Remember, tune in to the quality of your relationships!

Make it your goal to turn them into the win~win type!

Stay tuned to this site for our next post on building win~win relationships through identifying and partnering with potential allies!

Sunday, March 6, 2016

Back in Action

I have been away, for a bit. recovering from a medical condition  I am now feeling fine and ready to blog again!

Until my next post, I wish you a

Here's wishing you the very best in 2016 and beyond!

~Dave Kenyon