The Art of Reliability
W elcome to Season 1, Episode 5 of the MarriagePath Radio podcast. One of the primary ingredients in people who succeed in relationships is conscientiousness. This is a rich trait that encompasses reliability, courtesy, patience, trustworthiness, consistency, and anticipation. As you prioritize this trait, your influence increases as others view you as one who “gets” the essence of goodness. On the other hand, the lack of conscientiousness leads to all sorts of relationship strains that could otherwise be avoided. You get to choose.
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Something to Think about
In this episode, we acknowledged that:
- Conscientious people begin with the recognition that life is not all about me.
- Conscientious people actively look for ways to help another person’s life go better.
- By being conscientious, your emotions tend to be more steady and purposeful.
One of the most important aspects to positive change is communication and questions are the best way to gain deeper insights and develop more innovative solutions. So each week, I ask a question.
“To you, what does it mean to be a conscientious person?”
Les Carter, Ph. D.Please share your thoughts below.
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