Maybe it was someone you met while participating in sports, while working on a political campaign, attending church, at your office, or anything that brought you together to work on a common purpose.
You had that strong common bond of purpose that brought you together and held you together.
So we would do well to cultivate this skill and learn to have more patience. Before You Complain, Here Are 5 Things to Ask Yourself Loyalty is a commitment to another person.
Sadly, loyalty is often a missing element in many relationships today. Our consumer mentality has affected this to some degree. And unfortunately, many companies are not loyal to their clients or patrons.
But even in business relationships there should be some fun.
It should be fun to do business with those who you are going to have a long-term business relationship with.
I am talking about all kinds of friendships, marriages, business relationships, etc.
The fact is that the friendlier you are the more you are going to have people who want to pursue longer-lasting, mutually beneficial relationships with you.Communication is so important because it is the vehicle that allows us to verbalize what is inside us and enables it to connect with another person. One person is feeling one thing, and through communication, another person can find that out and feel it too—amazing.And this is a vital goal in good relationships—to communicate, to tell each other what we are thinking and what we are feeling. Sometimes we are the one speaking and other times we are listening.What a powerful and secure feeling of knowing that you have a relationship with someone who is loyal to you and you to them—that neither of you is going anywhere even when things get tough. One of the basics of healthy relationships is to have a common purpose, and oftentimes this is a component that is initially overlooked, but for a long-term, long-lasting relationship it is vital.Think about how many friends you have met through the years while working on a common purpose.