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December 08, 2017 08:10 AM PST

The holidays are here everyone! Are you ready? And I don't just mean are you ready for the food, decorating, shopping or gifts, but are you ready to reflect on your good deeds to others this year. In this episode Chuck discusses how the holidays should be a special time where you show acts of kindness to others. In other words, have what he calls "other people thinking". Not just on the holidays but every day. However, one should remember that giving should not be about what your 're going to get in return, it should be a selfless act from the heart. Gifts also don't have to be tangible. For example, being able to say you walked away from this person feeling loved, trusted, empowered, or a changed soul. If you would like to reflect on your "other people thinking" or start this type of thinking press play. Also on this episode we have our special guest Holly Wilson who tells us about her opinion of the phrase "other people thinking".

December 01, 2017 07:56 PM PST

The holidays are here everyone! Are you ready? And I don't just mean are you ready for the food, decorating, shopping or gifts, but are you ready to reflect on your good deeds to others this year.

In this episode Chuck discusses how the holidays should be a special time where you show acts of kindness to others. In other words, have what he calls "other people thinking". Not just on the holidays but every day. However, one should remember that giving should not be about what your 're going to get in return, it should be a selfless act from the heart.

Gifts also don't have to be tangible. For example, being able to say you walked away from this person feeling loved, trusted, empowered, or a changed soul. If you would like to reflect on your "other people thinking" or start this type of thinking press play.

Also on this episode we have our special guest Holly Wilson who tells us about her opinion of the phrase "other people thinking".

November 22, 2017 09:49 PM PST

Chuck talks about his highly anticipated book “The Truth About the Facts”. He wants to give his listeners and opportunity to use the book as a mirror to self-reflect on the facts about their life. Specifically, in this podcast chuck discusses the importance of looking at the truth about the facts of your life. One of the reasons Chuck began his journey with writing the book was when he asked himself, why he never received a birthday card from his father. Since he could not find the answer externally, he knew he needed to find the truth about the facts by first looking at himself. Once explored, he learned that truth can be both peaceful and harmful, however understanding the truth about the facts is the ultimate healer. Press play to hear the meaning of “Truth” and “Facts” as well as Chuck’s personal and authentic messages about finding the truth within, so that you can take the steps today to discover your truth about the facts and be on the road to healing and resolution. This thought provoking book can be purchased for presale on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other participating stores.

November 17, 2017 04:08 PM PST

Guests, Robin and Matt talk with Chuck about Deal and a Plan. Chuck starts to lay out the context of a deal and a plan, which extends a previous podcast conversation about having a document. Being intentional is about having a plan, which means you look for what you want, what’s important, and ask “What is it going to do for me?” When it comes to being intimate with someone, you have to be just as intentional; you must have a plan, which should come with a deal. Chuck talks to the guys about seeing themselves and how they will look in the future with that person. This is how to formulate a plan. Next, ask the question, “How do I implement that plan.” Once you have the plan, implement the plan, organize your thoughts, now you start thinking about what to do to sustain the plan from a collaborative perspective. Chuck talks about sustainment is about writing it down in order to attach a document. Moving from plan to deal means having a working document. Give that plan and deal - life by communicating. Matt supports the notion that relationships should be focused around sustainability and having a plan of action as to how you want to move forward with this person. He suggests to keep a relationship journal. Robin shares that she is at a different point in her life; for her, it is about going back to re-evaluate the plan and sit down with that significant other and say, “Let’s look at where we are now, and what season are we in, and where are we going in life?” Furthermore, Robin adds that the assessment should include asking whether the plan still works for both individuals. This is a behavior that developed as she got older; you learn in a relationship that it is not about you. At the end of the day, it is about that other person. Ask the question, “What do I do to make that person happy?” This document is a point of reference in the relationship as to the deal. Chuck continues the conversation why suggesting that it is important to wake up every day, be intentional with your partner. However, if your partner is the last thought of the day for you, you need to change that. You have given them the leftovers; and, that will create a moment. You should state, “I don’t care what the circumstance is right now and what I am facing today, I am going to make that significant other person in my life a priority.” It’s about creating a space that brings peace and joy and happiness that speaks the partner’s language.

November 10, 2017 03:24 PM PST

Guests, Robin and Matt talk with Chuck about Deal and a Plan. Chuck starts to lay out the context of a deal and a plan, which extends a previous podcast conversation about having a document. Being intentional is about having a plan, which means you look for what you want, what’s important, and ask “What is it going to do for me?” When it comes to being intimate with someone, you have to be just as intentional; you must have a plan, which should come with a deal. Chuck talks to the guys about seeing themselves and how they will look in the future with that person. This is how to formulate a plan. Next, ask the question, “How do I implement that plan.” Once you have the plan, implement the plan, organize your thoughts, now you start thinking about what to do to sustain the plan from a collaborative perspective. Chuck talks about sustainment is about writing it down in order to attach a document. Moving from plan to deal means having a working document. Give that plan and deal - life by communicating. Matt supports the notion that relationships should be focused around sustainability and having a plan of action as to how you want to move forward with this person. He suggests to keep a relationship journal. Robin shares that she is at a different point in her life; for her, it is about going back to re-evaluate the plan and sit down with that significant other and say, “Let’s look at where we are now, and what season are we in, and where are we going in life?” Furthermore, Robin adds that the assessment should include asking whether the plan still works for both individuals. This is a behavior that developed as she got older; you learn in a relationship that it is not about you. At the end of the day, it is about that other person. Ask the question, “What do I do to make that person happy?” This document is a point of reference in the relationship as to the deal. Chuck continues the conversation why suggesting that it is important to wake up every day, be intentional with your partner. However, if your partner is the last thought of the day for you, you need to change that. You have given them the leftovers; and, that will create a moment. You should state, “I don’t care what the circumstance is right now and what I am facing today, I am going to make that significant other person in my life a priority.” It’s about creating a space that brings peace and joy and happiness that speaks the partner’s language.

November 03, 2017 10:51 AM PDT

When you don’t tell the truth in the document, you impact the deal in a negative way. When you tell the truth in the document, it strengthens it. The moment you start not telling the truth, whether it is in words or actions, then you lessen or you cheapen, or you breakdown the document; you breakdown the deal. This topic is about what happens when you strengthen something unnatural. When you strengthen a lie, it gets bigger and bigger. Then, it overtakes the intimacy, it overtakes the love. When you strengthen the truth - it’s the same impact - It strengthens the relationship; it strengthens the deal. And, it strengthens the document. It strengthens your future. However, when you are not intentional about where you are going, there is laziness, you act against your original plan – you are strengthening something unnatural. And, that leads to something catastrophic. Change your thinking, change your life. If you feel unnatural about something, and you want a certain outcome, strengthening what is right – the truth.

October 27, 2017 05:50 PM PDT

When you don’t tell the truth in the document, you impact the deal in a negative way. When you tell the truth in the document, it strengthens it. The moment you start not telling the truth, whether it is in words or actions, then you lessen or you cheapen, or you breakdown the document; you breakdown the deal. This topic is about what happens when you strengthen something unnatural. When you strengthen a lie, it gets bigger and bigger. Then, it overtakes the intimacy, it overtakes the love. When you strengthen the truth - it’s the same impact - It strengthens the relationship; it strengthens the deal. And, it strengthens the document. It strengthens your future. However, when you are not intentional about where you are going, there is laziness, you act against your original plan – you are strengthening something unnatural. And, that leads to something catastrophic. Change your thinking, change your life. If you feel unnatural about something, and you want a certain outcome, strengthening what is right – the truth.

October 20, 2017 05:25 PM PDT

Being challenged in the area of being intimate. Tell me what is your definition of intimacy and love? There is a difference from a male and female perspective and it should be contextualized. Intimacy is about building a relationship. Get to know who that person is. We confuse intimacy with sex, love making, or something that is sexual. There are various ways to communicate your love languages to your partner; even your friends and family. Men and women, if you choose not to speak your partner’s language, they will go elsewhere. Understanding a person is about intimacy. Before we get to love, we have to be intimate. That means building of a relationship and we have to understand why our partner, for example likes a certain type of music. It takes time; it takes cultivating the relationship. When you are intentional about anything, you have different outcomes.
 

October 06, 2017 05:13 PM PDT

Self-Talk about relationships. Questions from the Millennials. (Generation Y)

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