It is very exciting that Emerson Eggerichs, author of the book Love and Respect, has just launched a podcast co-hosted with his son Jonathan Eggerichs. There’s lots of very insightful and helpful information that they share.
The message of Love and Respect is probably one of the best and most common sense I’ve heard on building a healthy marriage. The “secret” he shares has been hidden in plain sight for years. When you hear it, and understand it, you will probably wonder why it hasn’t been shared by other ‘so-called’ marriage experts.
When you listen and “get it”, you will say, “Wow, that’s pretty simple,”
Check out the Love and respect podcast here or on iTunes. And I highly recommend getting a copy of the book here. If your spouse is open to it, get 2 copies and both of you read it at the same time, it’s a great way to grow together.
You can also get more great information at the Love and Respect website. Make sure to subscribe to the blog.
Who are you listening to? Or rather, what are you listening to?
The radio? Have you read the words of that song you think is so great? You might want to check it out. You can use Shazam or websites like SongLyrics.com to see what you’re putting in your mind, and yes into your soul.
Good stuff in, good stuff out. Garbage in, garbage out. If you eat potato chips and drink sugary drinks do you think that will give you the healthy body you want? Same thing, even more so, with your mind.
News? Most of it we can’t do anything about. It mostly frustrates or depresses us and makes us feel anxious, hopeless and powerless. Whether by radio or television, if we consume too much news we will not feel good and will not live lives full of energy and prosperity.
Am I saying no to radio and television? No, but you have to be careful on what you watch and listen to. It really will change you and your life and probably not for the better.
That’s where we control our input. Which we know will change our output [lives]!
So, let me help you find some good things and people to listen to:
I absolutely love Michael’s podcasts.
Many of the subjects are about business and leadership, in particular helping people find their voice, as he says, “their Platform”. But, he also has many good life lessons, as well as productivity and relationship and personal development.
You also want to check out his website for more great stuff: MichaelHyatt.com