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Are You Ready To Choose?

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Join Nicholas & Grace Roquefort-Villeneuve, founders of Ready to Choose. Are you ready to create superb relationships? In today’s society, what is the main area of concern? What do you talk about and think about all the time, whether you are at work, at home, out on a date, alone, with someone, on vacations, or on the phone? The answer is: RELATIONSHIPS. Even though you may not necessarily be fully aware of it, issues around Relationships are what provide the content for most, if not all, conversations and thoughts. Since your youngest age, you were told and taught that relationships were about the interaction between you and another person, or between you and a group of people. What if there were actually so much more to that? What if it all started with the relationship you chose to have with yourself? And, why could we not expand this concept to those relationships you might choose to have, or not have, with anything at all? What would it look like to have a relationship with your career, with money, or with your house, for example? Now, Nichalas and Grace invite you to look around you, and tell see for yourself how many relationships you are aware of that really work? Not that many, right? If we open a dictionary, and look for the definition of the word “Relationship,” here is what we will find: “A Relationship is the distance between two points.” In our work, we attach a lot of importance to the energy behind each word; so, given this definition, why would we be surprised to hear about miserable relationships all the time? Why should we be stunned by skyrocketing divorce rates? And, ultimately, why should we be floored by current economic conditions, such as massive volumes of foreclosures and personal bankruptcies? We do not like bad relationships. We do not like ordinary or even extraordinary relationships. When Nicholas and Grace work with their clients, their target is to facilitate them to create a superb relationship with themselves first

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