Your friends can be a huge blessing to you and your professional success, but it takes a
of friendship to make that positive switch. Not everyone can be a friend with (BUSINESS!) benefits…
Over the past several days, we’ve been climbing up the business/friendship ladder. We learned how to navigate the oftentimes rough relationship troubles with the
, we’ve supported the scattered dreams of our
friends, and we’ve thanked the many
that keep us motivated and inspired to do our best.
But do you know the type of personal relationship that brings the MOST business success?
Welcome to the final installment of Soultiply’s Sexy Soulmate Series!
It’s been quite a ride, eh?
At the beginning of this series, we explored the
basic questions associated with a soulmate relationship
. Then, in
, I showed you how to love yourself in order to share your magnificent love with others. In
, we brainstormed many different ways to meet the love of your life. And now, it’s time to bask in the joy of a soulmate relationship…and keep the love flowin’ for
years to come.
(New to the series? It’s not too late to catch up!)
Part Four: Enjoying & Keeping a Soulmate (that’s this post!)
You’ve found your soulmate… now it’s time to sit back and relax…
Sorry to burst your bubble, but relationships require blissful work and dedication in order to stay strong and healthy. Truly, the journey has only just begun once you find that special someone.
I’ve compiled the 8 most important things to keep in mind when looking to strengthen the love of a soulmate relationship. Use these tips to keep those early-stage butterflies fluttering for a LONG time!
Once you’ve done all the “soul homework” I’ve outlined above, and you’ve reached a place of wholeness and clarity on a personal level, you are ready to share that joy with your soulmate. Here are the top 5 most important points to keep in mind when looking for your soulmate…
It’s 6pm and you just had a long day at work – your boss was nagging you all day, that one particularly obnoxious co-worker wouldn’t stop asking you questions, and that new skirt you bought ended up being really itchy and
uncomfortable. You are beat, you’re ready to go home, and guess who you spot walking towards you down the street – that girl who lived two doors down from you senior year of college. You try walking a bit faster (perhaps we didn’t already make eye contact?) but it’s no use… you know that nasal voice all too well… “Heyyyyy Girl!!!! Oh my God, it’s been so long!” You are stuck. It’s time for small talk and you’re
having it. Why does this situation sound
Because we’ve all been there
. It’s such a contrived occurrence and can be quite uncomfortable if you aren’t someone who loves to indulge in social situations. Although a quick, “Great, everything’s fine, life is wonderful!” answer can get you back on course and heading home, it doesn’t always work – and for many of us, it’s not always true. If you take a good long look at your social interactions and you realize that you are always reverting to this default answer – it’s time to focus on defeating the demon known as the
Poison of Comparison