8020 rule on dating
Whether it be choosing whose family to visit for the holidays, or having to postpone their dream careers for the sake of their relationships, couples often end up compromising on matters which eventually degrade their own personality, and ultimately their joy in life.Compromise is essential, but not when it impacts you so deeply that it taints the flavor of your relationship. A new approach to relationship compromise, this principle helps you figure out those all-important issues that are essential to your long-term growth, and simultaneously who you are as a person. It is easy at first with all the excitement of the chase, the mystery surrounding your love interest and the escalating sexual tensions.Because that 20 per cent has been missing for so long, you quickly conclude, “Hey, this person has everything I am looking for in a partner.” This can be a relationship killer. When you are in an argument, however, because your partner is too messy or something petty, then the 20 per cent is tossed into the limelight.I’m also a father to the world’s cutest little girl, and I am an unapologetic man.Some say I’m nuts, others say I’ve changed their life forever. I’d prefer brutally honest breakthrough to a “nice” rut any damn day of the week.Why would I talk to someone if I have to pull teeth out of them for them to talk?
You might only be getting the 20 per cent in the relationship, anyway.
The relationship crush (when you are in a loving relationship but have a crush on the local barista) often manifests because you see the other 20 per cent in the crush.
And even the “players,” who jump from one 20 per cent adventure to another in a vain attempt to eventually equal 100.
When I returned I didn’t see anything out of the ordinary . I have hard wood floors throughout my entire place with the exception of one small white rug. But you have to keep in mind that 80% of the people you meet you’re just not going to connect with. I’ve helped millions of men and women around the globe achieve success in their dating, social and personal lives.
After she did her business, I put her back in the house and went out to run an errand. Then I went downstairs and there was that “brown smell” on my white rug. Think about it: 20% of the people that you meet are interesting, and the other 80% are boring as hell. Yet it seems like everyone still really wants to connect with 100% of the people that they meet. And after 20 years of coaching, I’ve discovered the golden keys to success in dating, business, health and wellness, and life.Im don't think it's true but that it what some say. It just shows that connecting with strangers is always a two way street, and we should never be disappointed if we don't make friends with everyone we meet. and unlucky with the rug :)We can learn how to communicate better and improve our interaction skills... ;)Well I happen to have cats and two spoiled tomcats...