89: How to Find A Quality Partner
Marni Battista has a Masters in Education and is a Certified Life Coach by the International Coaching Federation. She is also a Master Practitioner at administering an Energy Assessment, “The D-Factor,” that helps clients pinpoint exactly why they are, or are not date-able, and what types of messages they are unconsciously broadcasting to others based on their thoughts, feelings, actions and attitudes. Marni is also trained as a Facilitator and Mentor Trainer by the Hoffman Institute, a world-renowned leader in personal development.
In this episode we discuss relationship topics that include:
- How to take responsibility for the bad relationships you continue to encounter.
- Why ‘Power Posing’ is a valuable tool to help you find the right partner.
- The importance of realizing we are most disappointed when our expectations don’t meet our reality.
- Focusing on the process and not on the outcome to get more out of your dating life.
- How to practice listening to your intuition.
- And much more!
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Marni’s Daily Tool
Appreciate and show gratitude toward your partner.
Relationship Advice Resource
Advice for Newlyweds
Realize that expectations are resentments waiting to happen.
Advice for Single Listeners
Take a pause and ask what the common theme is in your failed relationships.