There are three relationships that I hold sacred in my
business.

Without these relationships, the success I have achieved would not be possible. Without these relationships, my reach and my impact would be a fraction of what I’ve been able to create. Without these relationships, my level of fulfillment and satisfaction would pale in comparison to what I experience every day in my business.

I am grateful every day for what I have been able to create through my three marriages in my business.

So what are my three business marriages?

1. My audience – the people I have committed to serve. I am committed to loving my audience and holding their best interest audience sacred.

I pledge to do my best to place the interests of my tribe above my own.

I vow to continue to grow personally so that I can be the best messenger I know how.

Do I always do these things? Am I even near perfect here?
A big f**ing NO, but by holding my commitment to this marriage sacred, I can see and feel myself getting better everyday.

2. My peers – the people who have also committed to serve my audience

I am committed to seeing the people who are serving the same audience as my allies.

I do my best to strike the word competition and competitor out of my conscious and unconscious thinking.

I practice abundance consciousness knowing that there is enough business for all of us.

3. My support network – the people who have committed to support me in serving my audience

I am committed to cultivating the best team that allows me to exponentially increase my impact.

I am committed to their growth and the full realization of their gifts.

I do my best to get support in areas where I know I can be better.

I vow to surround myself with people who will call me on my shit and will act as great mirrors for me to see who I am being and how I am acting.

My job is to nurture these relationships and bring as much of my loving self to them as I can.

And with all 3 of these marriages, I set my intentions high and the same time try to be willing to look at where I’m messing up.

Which marriages are most sacred to you?
What can you do TODAY to nurture this relationship more?

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Warmly,
~Bill