Remember what your mother taught you and send “thank you” notes.
If you want people to buy, give them a custom-made suit.
People will treat you how you teach them to treat you.
Remember the words: What, Where, How, Who, Which, When.
People love to buy stuff and they hate to be sold stuff.
Thank you for your patience.
How do you respond when someone gives you a compliment?
Change your wording and you will get more flexibility.
Regardless of how happy and fulfilling your marriage or relationship is, inevitably you will encounter difficulties and disappointments along the way. Often times it is either because you have become emotionally malnourished, you both feel unloved and/or unimportant, your relationship needs a tune-up, or perhaps the magic has faded. Most marriage partners fail to do the ongoing maintenance of the relationship to keep it healthy.
To rebuild a relationship that has gotten lost over the years, you must have a clear, compelling picture of the relationship you want. Then you both must commit to become equipped with the skills and habits to creating and maintaining that renewed and nourishing relationship.
A relationship lives in words and action, much like a play. If your relationship has become its own version of a bad play, then to make a better play (relationship), you must write and practice good scripts.
One way that you can create good marriage scripts is by figuring out what you and your partner want out of the relationship. In essence, it is time to “rewrite the screenplay.”