We live in a society where it is being taught that money can solve everything. As a man, we think that we need to make more money to make our marriage or relationship going. We become addicted to work because we always feel that the money we’re making is not enough so we grind more, thus leaving us never satisfied.
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The quote that sums up the premise of this weeks’ episode as Tim & Doug discuss the importance of sticking to your word. Have you ever found you miss appointments, cancel meetings or don’t follow through on things you say you will do with your family or in your business? This doesn’t mean you’re a bad person, just that you are committing to too many things that you are not passionate about.
In this episode, Tim shares a very personal topic of how his extended family is littered with suicide and broken down relationships due to demons of the past being handed down through generations. Tim explains how he overcame the demons in his immediate family and discusses the wider picture of how this generation needs to step up to our demons by having conversations and taking responsibility.
In this episode, Tim & Doug ask Are you paying the price for past mistakes? Past mistakes or negatives in our lives have a tendency to stay within us in some way and unless you address them and forgive yourself for them they can sabotage your future progress. So many of us go through life without realizing that we are making the same mistakes repeatedly.
Have you ever had the experience of your wife complaining about you but you have no idea where she’s coming from?
You might even think, “she has nothing to complain about!”.
You might not recognize that you’ve been consumed by your work lately, and she keeps complaining because what she really wants is your time and your attention.
Do you feel like your wife lost her trust in you?
This is a common problem for most men.
They end up feeling confused because in their mind they are a good husband. Not cheating. Doing what they’re told “good husbands” do. Going to work and providing for the family.
Do you feel like things aren’t working for you?
Do you have this desire to improve how you are leading your life?
This is something we hear from men all the time, and the answer is simple – whether it’s for business or personal, you need to start using a different methodology.
Oftentimes we fail to recognize that we are disconnected from our loved ones and have lost intimacy with our partners until its too late. When we fail to pay attention to the warning signs, we end up getting blindsided when our partners tell us they’re unhappy.
Learning the basics is what most people ignore doing in every aspect of life, not just in sports. We see the “highlight reel” of not just athletes, but in business, personal lives, etc. and we forget that each “highlight reel” came from countless hours working on the basics.