Valuable Communication

July 23rd, 2012

by: Kelly Barnes

I truly believe your quality of life is a result of your relationships. When you really think about it, everything we receive is a result of our relationships. Most people get a job because a friend recommended them, told them to apply or served as a reference. I met my future wife through one of my best friends, Brock Arnold. We join civic organizations, churches, softball teams… because of our friends or colleauges and through those, we meet more people and get afforded more opportunities.

So, here is a simple concept to remember:

“Valuable conversations lead to valuable relationships. Valuable relationships lead to a valuable life.”

Don’t let your conversations be controlled by negativity, drama or non-sense. Make it a habit to add value.


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