Relationships, who need them, and why do you need to keep and sustain healthy relationships?
Your social network and human connectivity.
Hello friend, I am sure you are in one relationship or the other, which is critical to our social enterprise, connectivity, and interactive survival as humans - “iron sharpens iron.”
If not, you cease to be human and possibly an outcast -a loner, a recluse, and that’s not the best place to be.
Listen, my friend, you must cherish and preserve those good relationships in your life.
The relationship you build matters, and you must be people-centered if you want to achieve anything at all in life.
We are created as relational beings, for no man or woman is an island.
Whatever you want to do or be has all to do with people.
Whatever you want to achieve, you will need people, and you can’t do it all alone.
Get connected, embrace a healthy and productive enabling network of people in your life.
Healthy relationships boost your wellness (immune status) and mental well-being holistically.
You need a Team, and that includes and involve People.
So, wake up, smell the coffee and work on your relationships.
You must have an appetite and passion for loving people and harmoniously working with them.
For you to go far, you must love people (God’s creation)
Kill that negative resentful emotion, easily offended attitude, irritable spirit, toxic emotions, arrogant posturing, etc., stopping you from sustaining your relationships.
Relationships matter, and it is about being intentional in building healthy and vibrant relationships.
One must NOT underestimate the power in productive relationships as it goes a long way in establishing excellent outcomes.
Relationships can make or break you.
Your success depends on it.
Relationships bring you great value.
The strong bond you develop over time with people depends solely on how accommodating and welcoming you are and how you leverage the good qualities in those people who cross your path to compliment your strengths and neutralize your weaknesses.
Take some measure of risk with people, be open-minded, be welcoming, and friendly, and you will see how your network blossom.
Establishing a thriving relationship depends on you and keep to the points below.