How to Build a Thriving Relationship

How to Build a Thriving Relationship

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EPISODE SHOW NOTES

How well do you know your significant other? This episode is part 1 to the 8 key components in creating a thriving relationship.

For many of you, this could be your favorite episode because it’s featuring my amazing wife Kayla! We’ve been getting a ton of people interested in what it takes to create a business and relationship that is congruent, so I had to bring this to the forefront and talk about it.

We’ll be sharing some experiences about how Kayla and I have built this relationship and what it takes to not only know, but understand each other at the highest level. Take note as we have a lot of tips on what makes a relationship special, how to overcome challenges, and thrive as a couple.

In this episode, you will learn . . .

  • How to build a thriving relationship with your significant other
  • How to create a business and a relationship that is congruent
  • Tips on how Kayla and I have built our relationship at the highest level.
Understand who you are and what your values are before anything Click To Tweet Communication is huge Click To Tweet Put yourself in the other person’s perspective Click To Tweet

WHAT’S YOUR BIGGEST LESSON TO BUILDING A THRIVING RELATIONSHIP?

1Comment
  • Esperanza De Castro
    Posted at 05:30h, 01 August Reply

    Hey Peter and Kayla! Thank you so much for posting this! I have been waiting for something like this for a long time and I’m glad that you guys did. I have never met you both in person but I can tell how amazing and solid your relationship is so I really do appreciate all your tips and advise.

    I did have a question though. I feel as though I’ve still got some maturing to do and I know my self to an extent but there are still a lot I need to discover. Is it possible to build a thriving relationship while I’m still trying to figure my self out or should I take the time to really find my self before even thinking of being with someone?

    I’d really appreciate your input on this.

    Much appreciation,
    Ess

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