Win / Win

I’m a big fan of Dr. Stephen Covey and I’ve just been referring to one of his books for some work i was doing on my next e-book, How To Get Your Relationship Back. I was re-reading the Win / Win chapter in The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.
Dr. Covey says, “Win / Win is not a technique; it’s a total philosophy of human interaction…. Win / Win is a frame of mind and heart that constantly seeks mutual benefit in all human interactions.”
I’m also a fan of Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God fame, these books stress that we are “All One”.
I believe that importing these two thoughts into our relationships would make a world of difference. It has to be Win / Win if we are All One and vise versa. Stop comparing your partner to other people, stop comparing your children with each other and other people’s children, stop comparing yourself to other people. We are all unique but we are all one, therefore value each as an individual and treat each as though it was yourself. Not easy! We’ve been raised with competition and comparison, bigger, stronger, smarter, richer; does it make you happy?
I feel that we need to look in and value ourselves and our loved ones for who they are and what they are and be glad they are not like anyone else.
Tell someone you love that you love them just they way they are – and watch their eyes light up!
Look in the mirror tonight and remind yourself of two or three things you did today that you are pleased about. Acknowledge your gifts and talents, tell yourself you do a good job, you may feel a bit silly, but do it anyway – make a habit of it. What you do for yourself you do for others.



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