When we are learning a new skill, learning a new process at work, or attempting to develop a new habit pattern, it is essential for us to PRACTICE what we have just learned. And we need to PRACTICE consistently over a period of time to maintain our skills and achieve the best results. Creating fulfilling relationships also requires PRACTICE of those personality styles and emotional traits that do not come easily to us.
Do YOU consistently PRACTICE the habit patterns and communication skills, in business and in your personal relationships, that you know will enhance your self-expression, personal interactions, trust and intimacy with others?
You may have developed and expressed a strong INCENTIVE, INTENTION, PRESENT MOMENT awareness, DRIVE, inner ARCHITECT, PATIENCE, ability to SURRENDER, COMMITMENT, TRUST, DISCERNMENT, PASSION, DESIRE, CREATIVITY, SENSUALITY, full SEXUAL EXPRESSION, COMPASSION, and good COMMUNICATION. But unless you PRACTICE what you have discovered, learned and developed, any one of these aspects will slowly dissipate and lose its influence.
Today’s question is: How consistently and with how much sincerity and intensity do you PRACTICE the thoughts, behaviors and attitudes that you know will enhance your potential for creating joyful and satisfying relationships?
- How consistently and carefully do you exercise and PRACTICE your COMMUNICATION, COMPASSION AND CREATIVITY processes?
- Do you often observe yourself and others and then prepare and rehearse the skills you have acquired in relationship building?
- Have you created a method, a system, and a routine that enables you and others to perform in a manner that enhances your relationships?
Ask yourself NOW: Am I willing to take the time needed to PRACTICE and improve my relationship building skills?
PRACTICE makes perfect. PRACTICE is often the least talked about relationship building skill. Many of us want to believe that learning is a one time experience – “My partner has learned….” and therefore “I expect….” What we forget is that even with the best of intentions, it takes around 28-30 days of constant repetition for a new habit to develop. And then it takes a lot more Practice for that new skill to remain a reliable habit.
Relationships are built upon the complexity and interactions among all the different possible qualities, both positive and negative, that we can bring. Every quality is important, to some degree. It is really the balance among all the different possibilities that can lead to joy and happiness or sadness and emotional devastation.
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