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How Do You Build Relationships With Women?

Women are notoriously hard to approach and maintain healthy, good relationships with. You can practice mindfulness, and build real and lasting relationships with women, while building positive and empowering boundaries.

Women are notoriously difficult to approach and maintain healthy, good relationships with. You can practice mindfulness, and build real and lasting relationships with women, while building positive and empowering boundaries. You have to be pretty much an expert at your job to do well at it. That is why men and women with no college educations with no professional experience often become great at their jobs. Yet, while most people who don’t earn a college degree from some degree, master’s or Phd can’t earn a living living in a meaningful sense from our work, many good men and women manage to get jobs in fields with high marginal compensation or low pay and learn to manage and balance their day-to-day work-life-family needs. You will get the skills necessary to manage your own life better than most. You will understand the basics about dealing with work and family life. You will have a basic understanding of the relationship skills needed to build and sustain good relationships. These can be extremely valuable to you. In fact, many business people or professionals who have some work experience in their field do better than people without very much and are able to build long-term relationships and build solid, meaningful work-life balance.

How Should You Know if You Aren’t Good at Your Job?

You should work with people of the same gender most of the time. You need to be able to communicate effectively and maintain relationships in a variety of ways. Most importantly, you need to be able to work with people in a “non-judgmental” way. You should be able to talk through your struggles/opportunities with them without feeling defensive or judged. In other words, you should not be “judgmental” about them or your own work, but you should acknowledge those challenges and then work on making them as minimal as you can. You need to be able to recognize when others are going to be judgemental or critical as well and then recognize that they are doing you a favor (i.e. helping you to become better at your job, better at your life, and better at creating or maintaining a good relationship, etc.)

How To Practice Mindfulness at Work and in Your Life and What Mindfulness Can Do for You

1) Don’t judge yourself for what you don’t like, do what you want to do, be open to change and challenges to your life and values.

2) Recognize when you become negative or hostile toward others or yourself.

3) Take stock of your priorities and your life and change them.

4) Learn to say no. Try not to talk yourself into things without considering for a moment the costs.

5) Learn to say ‘No’ politely and calmly, and be gentle if you know you are saying it.

6) Listen to your gut – ask permission if you need to.

7) Don’t judge your work to determine if what you do is really productive or important. If you like what you do, keep doing it. If you don’t like what you do then do what is most important to you and make a note of the things you do really hate.

8) Make a list of things that you do do which you consider to be meaningful and important, and then set priorities and take action on those things.

9) Learn to say ‘No’ to unnecessary things that prevent you from meeting your life goals and being in the best position possible.

10) Learn to say ‘No’ to yourself, and to take responsibility for your emotions.

11) Learn how to say ‘Yes’ to yourself and others.

12) Learn how to say ‘Yes’ to yourself and others.

13) Learn how to ask for what you want and need.

14) learn how to say ‘Yes’ to the things you do want and need to do.

15) learn how to say ‘Yes’ to the things you do want and need to do.

16) learn how to say ‘Yes’ to the things you do want and need to do.

17) learn how to say ‘Yes’ to the things you do want and need to do.

18) learn how to say ‘Yes’ to the things you do want and need to do.

19) learn how to say ‘Yes’ to the things you do want and need to do.