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I know you have big goals. I know you have ambitions and things you want to accomplish.

This episode is for you if you have a significant other or someday plan to.

Successful people know what they want, they know what they’re going for, and they invest all of their energy in getting there. You need clarity and you need concentrated efforts.

If your spouse is not on board, you will not be successful.

Read that sentence again. I’m serious. You cannot make progress when the very person who is your other half is not on board. If someone is not helping you get closer to your goal, they are taking you away from it.

You must get your spouse on board with your vision. You have to be completely on the same page.

It’s going to take time. It’s going to take a tremendous amount of time and investment, but you absolutely have to do it. It means spending time with them, it means having conversations with them, it means doing the things they enjoy, it means making sacrifices.

You have no business spending a single second pursuing your dream if your spouse is not on board. It’s wasted time. If they’re not on board, you need to make it your full-time effort to invest in them. Your full-time job is now to invest in your spouse and make sure you are both on the same page.

I’m starting to write a book instead of an excerpt, so just do yourself a favor and listen to this episode if you have big aspirations and a significant other (or plan to one day)!

Things You’ll Learn
  • How to know if your spouse is helping you get closer to your goal, or taking you away from it.
  • What to avoid to prevent damage to your goals and relationship.
  • What conversation you need to have with your spouse and how to get on the same page.
  • Why a single conversation isn’t enough (and what you need to get them on board).
  • Why the first thing you do has nothing to do with you and your goals.
  • Where disagreement is okay and where it isn’t.
  • How to know the exact moment your spouse is on board with absolute certainty.
  • Who’s responsible for communication.
  • The best gift you can give your spouse.

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