Those of you who have been with me since the beginning of my business in 2004, know I have always had a website at www.therelationshipcenter.biz. This website focused on help for people wanting to improve their significant other relationships. I had a separate website for parenting at www.empowermentparenting.com and another for self-growth at www.insideoutcentral.com. I even had a separate website for businesses, dealing with relationship issues such as supervision, teambuilding and diversity issues at www.coachingforexcellence.biz.
One of my goals for 2012 is to find the umbrella for all those sites, but what do they all have in common? I have been struggling with this question for many months. Then I remembered my mission: To help people get along better with the important people in their lives, including themselves, at home and at work. My life's work and passion is relationships. I help people get along better with the important people in their lives, including themselves, at home and at work. That covers significant other relationships, parenting, self-growth, and business issues.
I have my web designer working on combining these sites all under the umbrella of The Relationship Center. The Relationship Center is where people can get help with the important personal and work relationship in their lives. When your relationships are functioning in a supportive, encouraging, and peaceful ways, then the rest of your life seems effortless. What most people don't understand is that is doesn't necessarily take two to improve a relationship.
If you are unhappy in your relationship, you can change it by either changing what you want, changing what you are doing or changing your perceiption about the situation. People tend to create their own misery by dictating what the people in their lives need to do so they can be happy. When I stop counting on someone else to "fix" my problem and recognize that is my responsibility, then I am empowered to create my own happiness.
If work relationships are your source of stress, it might be you are a supervisor not getting the responses from your workers you'd like, or having difficulty forming and maintaining productive teamwork, employee morale, or priority management.
Sometimes the problem relationship is with yourself. Perhaps you want to loss weight, manage stress or time better, deal with grief, overcome anxiety or depression, or achieve your goals more effectively. This would fall under improving your relationship with yourself.
The Relationship Center has online products to help you–a blog, free assessments, a newsletter, teleconferences, webinars, tip sheets and eCourses. And if you prefer a more personal approach, we can help with group or individual coaching.
The Relationship Center will help you take control of your life by helping you focus on those things you can change rather than creating misery spending time and energy tyring to change everything else.