Tanya Dube: The Importance of Conversations and High Trust Relationships

“We are nothing if we don’t have good relationships with other people.”

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Sometimes we let people into our life because we feel forced to. Sometimes it’s because they are family, maybe it’s someone who is a friend of a friend, or maybe it’s someone you feel would be a good networking connection.

The truth is, if you don’t have a high level of trust it’s not a relationship you are benefitting from. You need to be able to trust them, and it’s just as important that they know they can trust you.

If this two-way road doesn’t exist, there will always be friction. You won’t be able to move forward and you’ll end up wasting the most valuable thing you have in this world: time.

To dive deeper into the importance of relationships, especially the one you have with yourself, I brought on an amazing expert: Tanya Dube.

Tanya is a Transformation & Personal Development Coach, International Keynote Speaker and published author, Tanya-Marie Dubé is the creator and founder of the Thriving After Divorce Radio podcast, an interview-based series geared to women who are going through divorce or separation and who need the fundamental building blocks to permanently overcome debilitating fears, self-limiting beliefs and feelings of victimization so they can thrive in both their personal lives and businesses.

Tanya-Marie has been a life coach for 26 years and has a background in Social Psychology and is currently completing certification as a Tony Robbins Results Coach using the methodology and techniques from within Strategic Intervention, a program offered by Tony Robbins and Cloe Madanes at Robbins Madanes Training.

Download this episode today to hear all of her insights from years of practice.

“Who you are and who you think you are two different people.”

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  • Are you a leader and are you building leaders?
  • When you build a relationship with yourself, you start to see how you fit into the world.
  • Take the focus off of you and put it onto them.
  • Who you are in the world is created by your actions.
  • Often times your decisions aren’t your own, they are your parents.
  • It’s ok to fail.
  • We cultivate reality throughout thoughts.
  • What comes out of your mouth about other people is a reflection of how you feel about yourself.
  • Pay attention to what you’re doing with your body.
  • Notice the language you are using – both internally and externally.
  • The most important conversations you have are the ones you have with yourself.
  • Go ask yourself what it is you really want.

“High trust relationships are everything.”

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