Finding Joy In Relationships
I have to say, this man is smart. Within the first few moments of my interview with him, Paul Hatch opened with this line
"It comes down to one principle, and that is, that every opportunity in our life really has it's root in our relationships. And that people are crucial and critical to not just some but all of our success."
That right there is a golden nugget of good stuff. Read it once, twice, no THREE times as this is Day Three of the 28 Days To A Sexier More Joyful U series and we are underway with a powerful message that can literally transform your life and bring you so much joy!
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Paul Hatch is a local business man (local to me) and for that I am grateful.
He's a connector of people, naturally, a sweet family man and the guy you simply can't help but be friends with.
About people. About their lives. About taking the time to share, to learn, to listen.
I have to say this interview is overflowing with great quotes, a powerful message and something you simply need to watchen, listen to and absorb right now.
I learned SO much!
Paul says it best when he states "A lot of times we see vulnerability as weakness in us, but most of the time we see vulnerability as strength in others."
How true is that?
I learned two amazing things from Paul durirg this interview that I will share here... well, actually more, but the rest you just have to go LEARN yourself by pressing play!
Relationships are all about contributing and serving which is how Paul enters into a relationship . He is not stepping into a new relationship to take but to give.
How amazing is that?!
What if we all did that? What if we taught our children that message?
I think fundamentally we know that the most joy comes when we give, not just when we receive.
Well, maybe you do! And if so, then I want to interview YOU next in another 28 Days Series, but right now take the ten minutes to press play if you haven't.
And put into practice the art of building relationships today.
Three great things you can start today
- Learn more about someone
- Find ways to contribute and serve
- Be vulnerable with others
Sometimes what we think of as a weakness in ourselves others see as strength! Remember that and step out today to build powerful relationships that will empower you for years to come.
Paul is an amazing speaker and I highly recommend you get in touch with him if you are looking for someone to help bring your community together, your business culture together, or learn more about relationships.