What Value Do You Add To Your Most Important Relationships

The end of the year is fast approaching. This is always an exciting time to be gauging the progress you’ve made and preparing to enter the new fresh year ahead. 

As we approach the end of 2019, how have you done? 

Have you achieved the goals you set for yourself at the beginning of the year?

Are you where you thought you would be? Where you want to be?

What can you still accomplish before the end of the year? Is there anything that just requires a little more focus and effort that you could achieve?

How are you approaching 2020?

Don’t wait until January 1 to get started. 

Start planning now.

Set your goals now.

Start taking action on your plans and goals, now.

Get started and build momentum to hit the new year going full speed. Give yourself the unfair advantage of starting now and get a head start on 2020.

As we look back on the past year and start to prepare for the new year, it’s a great time to take a step back and look at where you are.

Where are your relationships at?

What are your personal circumstances? 

What are your professional circumstances?

In each of these areas are you a giver or are you a taker?

What changes do you need to make?

Eric Thomas said, “If you are broke in any area of your life, it’s because you’re not adding enough value in that area.”

I want to focus on the topic of relationships. What value are you adding to your most important relationships?

How are you adding value?

When talking about the value added to a relationship, Eric Thomas suggests thinking about your five closest friends. Out of that group of five, you have to get rid of one, which one would it be? This question can usually be answered fairly fast. You know who it would be. It’s the one that is not adding as much value to the relationship as the others are. 

There are people in your life that you can cut loose and it won’t change your life

If this is the case for you, it’s the same for everybody else too? 

So, when you are looking at your relationships, ask yourself who you are in other people’s lives.

Who are you adding enough value to that they need you to be there?

Are you adding enough value to the relationships that you consider to be important?

If someone is willing to end their relationship with you, it’s not because you are adding a lot of value to the relationship. 

The more value you can add to others, the more that will come back to you.

As you are setting your goals and planning for 2020, take a look at all of your important relationships. 

Are you currently adding enough value?

What could you do to add more value?

Include this as part of the goal-setting process.

As you continually look to add value with no expectation of anything in return, you’ll have an opportunity to see an abundance of value being added to your life.

If you would like to join a group of success-focused individuals who are always looking to add value to others, check out our Inner Circle Mastermind and joining our weekly conversations. You can click HERE to find out more.

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