April 29, 2017

The Relationship Mastery Formula

Part of the magic of getting what clients describe as “amazing” results comes from a system of relationship skills, or a formula, if you like, made up from the best insights from practical psychology, NLP, mediation experience, timeless wisdom and, well, experience of life. There are 12 essential elements of relationship mastery. You could regard these as steps in a journey of learning and self-discovery:

  1. Attention to others – The key to progress; a significant change for many more…
  2. Attitude – 12 principles putting you in the right place once and for all more…
  3. Self-control – Helping you cope with more challenging moments more…
  4. Wavelength – Tuning in to people more…
  5. Filters (or focus) – Understanding personality more…
  6. Connection – Building lasting relationships quickly and reliably more…
  7. Values – Finding out what matters and working with that more…
  8. Language – Escaping from verbal traps, avoiding them in the first place more…
  9. Self-awareness – Seeing yourself as others see you; and acting on that more…
  10. Attention to yourself – Getting clear about what you really want more…
  11. Balance – Finding equilibrium and the flow that follows more…
  12. Love (or care) – Understanding what being human means, the key to everything more…

These are the 12 headings under which we can organise all the skills we need to be insightful and resourceful in relationships wherever they arise. At the end of the day, wherever you are, everything comes down to dealing with people.The Relationship Mastery Formula is an approach which you can learn once and use many times, in order to…

  • Collaborate effectively more…
  • Be confident and relaxed networking more…
  • Build relationships with customers more…
  • Have a happy family life more…
  • Resolve issues at work more…
  • Be successful socially more…

To excel in all these situations, personal and professional, we just need to make use of knowledge that already exists, in an accessible and easily learned form. That’s what’s available here.

Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler. Albert Einstein.