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It Takes Both Sides to Build a Bridge

 

“Only 15% of a person’s success is due to their technical ability, while 85% is due to their ability to get along with people.”
Catherine Ponder

You can have wonderful, intimate, fun and fulfilling relationships.  It starts with you.  You attract and create your life.  You are the source.

Is your desire true and are you willing to go total?  Are you willing to treat others the way you want to be treated?

It is not a coincidence how people treat you and respond to you.  We train others how to treat us.  They pick up on our energy and communication.  We are communicating every moment whether we say anything verbally.

Words are 7%, Tone is 38% and Body Language is 55% of communication.

Be an example of what you want in your life.  We are magnets who attracts other people, situations and opportunities.  Be a person who deserves the relationships of your dreams.

Communication is a powerful force.  Conscious awareness, kindness, compassion, tenderness, giving, unconditional love and quality communication are key qualities that create attractive relationships for the long term.  Do you have these qualities?  If not, develop them now or improve on what you have.

Whatever the current state of your relationships, you can transform them by transforming yourself.  The secret is to look sincerely with your heart and take responsibility without judging yourself.  No matter how challenging your current relationship or situation may be, you can make a quantum leap.

I am a good communicator and listener.
I am sincere and interested in others.
I am a wonderful and caring partner.
I am worthy.

Anything is possible and it’s up to you.  What is your purpose for your relationships?  Does it compel you to successful communication and outcomes?

May you manifest the divine plan of your life, under grace and in perfect ways!

blessings,
🙂 Lee
The MEGA Coach
Mehrabian 7-38-55

 

 

 

 

 

 

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