Are you willing to do what it takes? Well…are you?
Jack and I have some questions for you? We want to ask you these questions because we actually care about your life, in fact we care so much, that we spend OUR LIFE teaching you how to create yours.
When you succeed, others know that it’s possible for them to succeed. That means your success gives another person permission to be more than what they are today.
So here it goes…
What kind of life do you want?
Are you willing to do what it takes to have that life?
Are you willing to get up every single day and take steps toward what you are creating?
Are you willing to walk through every fear that comes up that tells you why you can’t or shouldn’t have what you want?
Are you willing to question everything you think you know so that you can see more?
Are you willing to do things that may disappoint other people because you’re choosing out of other’s expectations?
Are you willing to celebrate who you really are in spite of rejection?
Are you willing to experience joy and laughter and fun every day?
Are you willing to trust the Universe implicitly and know that it has your back and will bring everything you want into your reality if you will allow it?
If you can say yes to all of these questions, you will have absolutely everything you desire.
Jack and I are here to teach you how to do it.
Our specialty is teaching you how to get clear on what you want and to arm you with powerful tools that are guaranteed to deliver over-and-over.
We know our stuff. We live it and love it and you can too.
It’s that simple… We spend our life helping you create yours!
You may have already coached with us, but need a quick tune-up, we have made it incredibly easy and affordable for you to come back, message Tiff on facebook or shoot Jack at text at 801-243-4460.
If you’re ready to explore coaching with us, we would love to start this ball rolling. The first step is to reach out, same as above…private message Tiff on facebook or text Jack at 801-243-4460, and we’ll get you the consult application.
Our consults are complimentary once your application is accepted and they can be done with you sitting on the Red Couch or via Skype, they last around 45 minutes.
You may think that Tiff and I never argue or get into conflict.
You’d be mistaken.
Over the past 9 years we’ve been together we’ve worked through MANY conflicts. Some very big and some very small, with a few in between.
Yep, we’re human.
Sorry to burst your bubble like this.
You may be thinking to yourself, “Well, in all of their pictures on facebook, they look so happy and in love.”
Have you ever found yourself dreaming of the day when you have a relationship that feels good all the time? Where there’s no drama or conflict to work through?
The truth is, being in a relationship will be the hardest work you ever do, and the highest of highs and the lowest of lows will be experienced.
So if you find yourself wishing for that day when you live in BLISS, remember the dog days will rear their ugly heads and when that happens, remember this, “Tiff and Jack said they have days like this too, and they work through it, so I know I can too.”
We want you to know that it’s okay to feel like crap some days, and to wonder how in the hell you’ll ever make it through the latest *brouhaha (I just love this word) you’re facing.
a noisy and overexcited reaction or response to something.
“24 members resigned over the brouhaha”
In today’s DIY RelationTips video, Tiff and I are getting real, raw, and relevant, and give you the 3 steps necessary to move from wanting to throttle your “other” to feeling that delicious connectivity you love so much.
As you can see, it’s not easy, but it is simple to move from pissed to blissed.
It’s 3 simple steps just like we outlined in the video.
How do you manage your anger? What do you do to calm yourself so that you can move into resolution with your SO (significant other)? Inquiring minds would like to know, share right below this post.
P.S. Know of anyone struggling in their relationship? Please forward this email to your best friends — or anyone who could use a boost of encouragement and direction.
Right now in this very moment, pause and ask yourself, “is my heart wide open, or is it closed off?”
I have a sneaking suspicion that you’re not as open as you’d like to be.
Being vulnerable and “Loving Wide Open” hasn’t always been my cup of tea either. In fact, there’ve been times in my life when I’ve prided myself on how kind I am, unless someone treats me poorly.
I’ve prided myself on being able to defend my stand and speak from a place of strength and fierceness as to not allow anyone to ever hurt me.
What I was really saying is, “You can’t hurt me because I won’t let you into my heart space.” In fact, I would close it up as tight as a drum.
Living much of my life with a closed heart, afraid of the next hurt, plum tuckered me out.
As a DF (dominant feminine) our prime directive is to love and be loved.
To not allow love, is to deny the very essence of who we are, which makes it impossible to live as our authentic selves.
There are a couple of reasons why I felt the need to live in a defensive, ready-to-fight stance.
One of which was being raised in a family of very strong women that had a belief system that people will hurt you or use you, most especially men, if you let them.
And second, being the recipient of different kinds of abuse in my life, left me guarded and on high alert for any signs of danger.
Early on I learned to live “Heart Closed.”
When someone treated me poorly (or even showed signs that they MIGHT) I was ready to defend my point and to brush them off easily, because I never really let them in.
What I didn’t realize is that by living “Heart Closed” I was robbing myself of love connections that would feel amazing and honoring my beauty as a being of love on a deeper level.
I was also wearing myself out waiting for the next uncomfortable situation. (Can you say living a life of prevention? Ugh!!)
As long as things were on my terms I felt safe, which meant heart closure.
Now I choose to “Love WIDE Open.”
But to do that I had to get real with myself and own how I really felt about things.
It seemed nearly impossible to admit that I wanted to have deeper relationships and love people openly.
It felt scary to admit that I needed Jack’s help and guidance.
I couldn’t imagine ever allowing anyone to see me cry or have hurt feelings.
If I allowed any of that they could kick me while I was down.
The thought of not defending myself, fighting back, or stating my strong opinion made me fear that I would look and feel weak, and therefore be defenseless and open to no-less-than-profound hurts.
But much to my beautiful surprise I’ve found the most delicious peace and joy as I allow my heart to “Love Wide Open.”
I called on my courage to do something different, to feel something new, to allow myself to just be.
The greatest secret I’ve ever learned is that I have nothing to defend, and love disarms hate.
I’m a being of love and it’s as simple as that.
If someone is unkind to me, misunderstands me, or doesn’t agree with me its OKAY. That’s their story.
If I’m in an uncomfortable situation I have a voice and a choice and I can simply walk away.
Putting the fight down has been the best choice of my life.
Allowing my emotions to move through me and honoring the love that I am has empowered me and freed me in my authenticity.
Accepting that I need help and support from others has been a gift and affords me to love more.
Sharing my personality and feelings brings more laughter and connection with others into my experience, and it’s the very fuel that gives me zest and verve to live a life of happiness and anticipation!
For me it’s simple… I choose to “Love Wide Open” because, LOVE just feels so good.
What makes it easier for you to live with a heart wide open?
And on the other hand, what makes it feel like you can’t?