This is one of those don’t shoot the messenger conversations. And it’s a big one so put on your seatbelt. The number 30 reason you can’t find love may seem trivial. However, when you peel down layers, you find it is problematic in many ways. This reason has everything to do with how you
Monday, July 26, 2021
Thursday, July 22, 2021
What’s the #29 Reason You Can’t Find Love?
I have already spoken about how seeking something outside of the relationship is a poor strategy. The number 29 reason you can’t find love depends 100% on something outside of the couple. When you take a step back and look, it may border abuse.
The number 29 reason you can’t find love is you believe
Thursday, July 15, 2021
Activating your Superpowers 07/15 by The Creative Alchemist | Entrepreneur
What’s the #28 Reason You Can’t Find Love?
People say relationships are all about give and take. You even hear about the need to compromise. I assume you compromise by giving in so you can get back later.
The number 28 reason you can’t find love is because you
Friday, July 9, 2021
Corporate Social Responsibility of the Future
Ted Santos’ latest book is called, Here’s Why You Can’t Find Love. He wrote the book to usher in a new paradigm of corporate social responsibility.
According to Life Innovations Study, they concluded $300 billion is being lost in workplace productivity every year because of one word. Divorce! In any company, a percentage of your employee population is in one of three categories - headed for divorce, in the middle of one or just coming out of it. With over 50% of marriages ending in divorce, many employees are distracted and distraught. That makes them less productive at work.
In addition, according to a divorceanswered.com article, they stated there is a decline in workplace performance by 50%-75% as well as time off to deal with legal, financial and psychological issues related to divorce. Unproductive employees create unprofitable companies, which causes layoffs. Layoffs put financial strain on marriages and cause more divorces. The cycle perpetuates itself.
Up to now, there has been no attempt to stop the bleeding of lost productivity. We accept it as the cost of operating businesses.
On the other hand, there appears to be a phenomenon that is being ignored. Studies show couples in healthy relationships are better at resolving conflict and communicating effectively at work. This shows interpersonal skills are transferrable to and from work.
Corporate social responsibility of the future will be corporations transforming society. By training people in critical skills for successful relationships, men and women will learn to implement them at work. Then they will transfer them to home and family life.
In the book, Here’s Why You Can’t Find Love, many of those skills are presented in a story telling fashion. The book highlights one man and five women engaged in a profound conversation about intimate relationships. Interestingly, the book integrates corporate training into a subject most can relate to - love relationships.
Through the book, people will learn about mindset, biases, saboteur behavior, mental barriers, blind spots, effective communication, conflict resolution, collaboration, and more. The book is an introduction. Advance development of those skills will come from workshops that focus on a breakthrough in workplace performance.
While staff and management transform their mindsets and learn new competencies at work, they will bring it home and create a more favorable home life. With a better home life, they will become better employees. The cycle self perpetuates itself.
To purchase a copy of the book: https://brileybaxterbooks.com/author-ted-santos/