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I Agree, We Should Be Agreeable

Seven Indicators Of An Uplifting Relating Style

Season 3, Episode 135

Variety is built into all creation, meaning our relationships are defined by differentness and uniqueness. Even so, we can still choose to be agreeable as we encounter those differences. Agreeable people are able to set aside a competitive spirit, realizing that we are all on the same team. Goodness and affirmation become first priority. In this podcast we will look at the ways you can put this vital trait into play.

I Agree, We Should Be Agreeable

by Les Carter, Ph. D. | MarriagePath Radio

Something to Think About

In this episode, we came to understand that:

  • Being agreeable means you are other-focused even as you pursue your personal goals.
  • Agreeable people can be assertive and firm; they do so inside the context of goodness.
  • Those who engage commonly with an agreeable person usually feel significant because of the relationship.

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“What personal adjustments could you make so you could be more consistently known as an agreeable person?”


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