Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Three Poweful Tips for a Romantic Happy 2009

Romance is essential to have Healthy life. But health is very important to have a happy romantic life. Both are interlinked. Good health is the key to have a Happy Romantic Life.


Three powerful tips I'd like to share with you that will not only make 2009
your best year ever, but will lay the essential groundwork
for abundance and prosperity beyond your wildest dreams for
you and your loved ones in the years to come.

Here they are:

Powerful Tip #1 - Get your health in order.

In his book "The Art of Money Getting or Golden Rules for
Making Money", the infamous P. T. Barnum wrote:

"The foundation of success in life is good health: that is
the substratum fortune; it is also the basis of happiness. A
person cannot accumulate a fortune very well when he is
sick. He has no ambition; no incentive; no force. Of course,
there are those who have bad health and cannot help it: you
cannot expect that such persons can accumulate wealth, but
there are a great many in poor health who need not be so."

How true...

Good health *is* the very foundation upon which wealth is

As a matter of fact...

As Ralph Waldo Emerson put it in his book "The Conduct of

"The first wealth is health."

Because, as he went on to explain:

"Sickness is poor-spirited, and cannot serve any one: it
must husband its resources to live. But health or fulness
answers its own ends and has to spare, runs over, and
inundates the neighborhoods and creeks of other men's


Just about says it all, doesn't it? :-)

The bottom line is...

Just as it'd be far easier for you to build a house when
you're healthy than when you're not...

Wealth, success, happiness, and love are a whole heck of a
lot easier to "build" when you're healthy than when you're

It's that simple. :-)

Powerful Tip #2 - Decide what you want to be when you grow

Let me ask you...

When you think of Bill Gates, what do you think of?

Software, right?

When you think of Warren Buffet, what do you think of?

Investments, right?

When you think of Michael Dell, what do you think of?

Computers, right?

When you think of Donald Trump, what do you think of?

Real estate, right?

When you think of Sam Walton, what do you think of?

Discount stores, right?

When you think of J. K. Rowling, what do you think of?

Books, right?

When you think of Ray Kroc, what do you think of?

Fast food, right?

When you think of Wayne Huizenga, what do you think of?

Garbage, right?

When you think of Oprah Winfrey, what do you think of?

Television, right?

When you think of Tiger Woods, what do you think of?

Golf, right?


Think about it...

Besides having "a lot" of money, by most anyone's standards,
what do *all* these "rich" folks have in common?

The answer?


They all made their "money", at least initially, just as all
great fortunes have been made, in *ONE* business or
profession, *NOT* ten different businesses or professions,
*ONE* business or profession.

In other words...

They got rich by deciding what they wanted to be when they
grew up, choosing the *ONE* business or profession they
wanted to be in, and then they focused on that *ONE*
business or profession until they "made it".


If "riches" and "wealth" are what *you* want...

That's *exactly* what you must do as well!

Decide what it is you want to be when you grow up...

Choose the *ONE* business or profession you want to be in...

Then focus *exclusively* on that *ONE* business or
profession until you "make it"!

Powerful Tip #3 - Spend more high-quality time with your
loved ones NOW!

I can't even begin to tell you how many people have emailed
me, over the last several years, telling me they wanted a
million dollars so they can spend more time with their loved
ones, more often than not their children.


I can see it now...

There they are in one room, beating their head against their
computer monitor trying to figure out how to make a million
dollars on the Internet, while their son or daughter quietly
sits in another room wondering why mommy or daddy won't play
with them.


Sure is.


Not in the least.

As a matter of fact...


That's *exactly* how the vast majority of people spend their
entire lives...

Don't you be one of them!

Here's the deal...

You don't need a million dollars to spend more time with
your loved ones.

As a matter of fact...

You don't need any money at all to spend more time with

All you need is to make the commitment and the time to do

With that thought in mind...

I wish you and your loved ones the absolute best of holiday
seasons and a wealthy, healthy, successful, and happy New

Health, Prosperity and good relationship are essential to have a happy romance in life.

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Sunday, November 16, 2008

How to Improve Sense of Security in Romantic Relationship

Relationship Help tips here will let you have happy and healthy Relationships.
Trust and sense of security play a great role in having a healthy romantic relationship.


Work on these areas to increase the sense of security in your relationship.

1. Support each other emotionally

The ability to detect and support your partner's emotion will make a big difference in your relationship especially when it comes to trust.
Learn to identify the partner’s emotions and give emotional support immediately.

2. Understand your partner

Always try to understand the feeling and view of your partner abut any subject you wish to discuss with your partner. In the beginning it may be difficult to understand the other. But in course of time it will be easy to understand what the other thinks.

Every person differs in expressing their emotions and feelings. By practice you can have some scale of judgment to find the feelings of your partner.

3. Truthful

Never try to cheat or deceive the other on any account except during some fun full playtime. You also be truthful to yourself. It will reflect in your actions and will give a sense of security.

4. Healthy communication

You and your partners tell each other what you feel and think in your relationship. Learn to communicate what you feel. Your communication should not mislead the other.

5. Do not prejudge

There will be times when you do not understand your partner, why he/she acted the way they did and/or why he/she feel certain way that you cannot comprehend. Do not jump into any prejudgment and use any words like ‘Stupid’.

Permit your partner to express their feeling freely and safely regardless the situation and be patient to understand them.

6. Do not dictate

Never forbid, dictate nor criticize your partner's feeling at any time when your feeling is not in tune with theirs.

7. Rectify your mistake

If you have gone wrong somewhere in creating the sense of security in the other, do some act which will make the other happier.

A video on Romantic Relationship created my friend Doritsa.