Changing Your Partner

Written by Rinatta Paries

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To create change, make your requests clearly, gently and as soon as you become aware ofrepparttar need. Your requests are more likely to be granted. However, if they are not granted, you cannot demand change.

Making an effective request is definitely a skill. To learn this skill, please read next week's newsletter.

School of Thought III: ---------------------- Produce change at any cost or any way you can. Hold back no weapon in your arsenal. Manipulation, nagging, begging, threatening are all fair game. Don't ever give up because, after all,repparttar 131382 change is good for your partner.

The Alternative: ---------------- When you request change from your partner to further growth and development, it is often very good for him/her. However, any underhanded attempt will be met with resistance and anger. You will not get change. In fact, things may get worse.

Your alternative is to ask clearly and openly, with love, for what you want. Again, to learn how to do this read next week's newsletter.

Ifrepparttar 131383 change is something your partner wants for himself or herself, offer support in creating it. Do this for as long as it takes to createrepparttar 131384 change. Ifrepparttar 131385 answer is no, accept it and deal withrepparttar 131386 consequences, even ifrepparttar 131387 consequence leads torepparttar 131388 end ofrepparttar 131389 relationship.

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Is your career classified 3F?

Written by Cathy Goodwin, Ph.D.

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Focus requires learning time management skills and creating a career-related support system. You can learn to move toward your dream in fifteen-minute chunks. A coach can help you feel less alone duringrepparttar early stages.

Finally, financial blocks are real, not psychological. I have recommend taking a career freedom inventory to add up all your resources, not just money. Sometimes a unique skill or a dynamite network can substitute for a bulging savings account.

Atrepparttar 131379 same time, face your own tolerance for financial uncertainty. Some people sleep soundly with a zero-balance checking account, trustingrepparttar 131380 universe to payrepparttar 131381 rent. Others get nervous when their checking account falls below five figures -- torepparttar 131382 left ofrepparttar 131383 decimal point.

After years of researching and working with transitioners, I believerepparttar 131384 complexities boil down to transforming yourself from 3-F to F-M: Forward-Moving.

As you work through each block, you gain a powerful burst of energy and insight. To change metaphors, think of moving a boulder off your ravel lane on a highway. Now nothing stops you from moving full speed ahead! You need your rear view mirror only to see how far you've come.

Cathy Goodwin, Ph.D. author, career coach, speaker "When career freedom means business" Ezine: Career Freedom Ezine --

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