Great Relationships Don’t Just Happen

and they aren’t produced by fixing ordinary relationships.

March 10, 2020

Although relationship is natural, great relationships don’t just happen. To be great, the design of relationships - including the pitfalls inherent in human relationships - must be identified and mastered. Few people have taken the time and employed the expertise required to discover the design of great relationships.

There are many experts in the field of relationships. However, for the most part, their expertise has been limited to improving, fixing or changing relationships in an attempt to make them great. In our view, improving, fixing and changing something does not make it great. For something to be great, it must be created.

To create a great relationship, you must first produce the space for creation by letting go of any attachment to what you’ve already heard or read about making a relationship great.

Then you must do what even relationship experts haven’t done, which is to engage in the question, “What is a relationship?” with the intent to discover the fundamental design of human relationships. When you are clear about what a relationship actually is, your attempts to improve, fix and change your relationship will be replaced by accepting it for what it is. Only then do you have the freedom to engage in the creation of a great relationship. And in doing so, you find yourself experiencing extraordinary peace, ease and fulfillment in your life.  

In Relationship By Design workshops, you have the opportunity to discover for yourself the default design of ordinary relationships and the design features of extraordinary relationships. And you can join a broad community of people who are expanding the exploration - and creation - of great relationships in all aspects of their lives. 

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