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Here on Speaking of Partnership, Ken Bechtel interviews leaders from all walks of life such as Alison Armstrong, Drs. Joy and Roy Martina, Ken Page, Dr. Margaret Paul, Bryan Reeves about their personal trip ups and triumphs in partnership. Whether you are looking to create or enhance a personal, professional, romantic or family partnership, Speaking of Partnership is for you. Our guest open up and share stories, often never revealed before, about their biggest trip up and their proudest moment in partnership. We wrap up each show with specific guidance and resources you can apply immediately to take your partnerships to the next level.

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Follow Your “Yes” – Stepping out of those toxic environments
Do you follow your "Yes?" Following your "Yes" is about you taking a step forward in your partnerships by taking action and applying at least one thing you heard from our guests during their interviews this week. On today’s episode, all of this week’s guests have generously provided BONUS MATERIAL, not included in the interviews you listened to earlier this week. Each one has provided incredible examples of the power of following your “Yes”.  Enjoy! Pablo Rosario Not Following – Pablo relates back to a four and a half year relationship he had in his early 20’s. He says that it should have been much shorter than that. As it progressed, things were going downhill. It was getting to the point where his partner was being a bad teammate. He kept debating on whether to leave or not.  Find out what happened next by listening to the show. Following – This situation ended up being one of the turning points in Pablo’s life. He left all of his relationships and ended up moving to the other side of the country. He got a job offer in California. He is from New Jersey and knew nobody in California. He decided right away that he was going to move.  Find out what happened next by listening to the show. Listen to Pablo’s full interview here Connect with Pablo – His Website Instagram    Reba Riley Not Following – This is when Reba decided to go into business with her best friend. Her “yes” was that she needed to tell her friend the truth, but she didn’t do that. Because of this, they ended up losing their friendship for a year. Find out more by listening to the episode. Following – With Reba’s book, “Post-Traumatic Church Syndrome”, she was originally with another publisher. She ended up getting an opportunity to meet with another agent. Meeting with this agent was going to take travel and time, but she had a strong sense that she needed to do this. She ended up meeting with the agent and it ended up being one of the best decisions she’s ever made. Find out what happened next by listening to the interview. Listen to Reba’s full interview here Connect with Reba – Her Website Instagram Facebook Twitter  
Reba Riley – Are you proud of the partnership that you’re in?
Reba Riley is the author of the Simon & Schuster bestselling memoir "Post-Traumatic Church Syndrome: one woman's desperate, funny, and healing journey through 30 religions before her 30th birthday"  She has overcome chronic illness, depression, and spiritual injury & now travels nationally speaking on the topics of healing, courage, and radical kindness. Guiding Principle, Quote, or Mantra Brave is a verb. Kindness cures. Love is bigger than everything. When You “Tripped Up” in a Partnership One of Reba’s biggest “trip ups” came with her best friend. They had decided that they were going to start a business together and it didn’t go well. This was about ten years ago and they had a great idea. What they discovered in the process is that they’re fantastic friends but horrible in working together. What tripped her up was that she felt like she couldn’t be honest at times with her friend. Find out what happened next by listening to the show. Your Proudest Moment in Partnership One of Reba’s proudest moments in partnership came with her editor for her book, ‘Post Traumatic Church Syndrome’. What her editor did was take her raw talent and experience, and taught her how to craft it into a story. In a period of over 18 months, her editor did everything in her power to help her along the way. Nearing the end, Reba asked her for her honest opinion on what she thought of the book and everything, and she replied with “I’m so happy and proud to have my name involved with this book.” Find out what happened next by listening to the show. The Best Partnership Advice You’ve Ever Received Love is bigger than everything. And a funny marriage one - Separate bank accounts, separate bathrooms.  A Book or Resource That You Recommend Post Traumatic Church Syndrome - Reba Riley The 5 Love Languages - Dr. Gary Chapman Interview Links – Her Website Instagram Facebook Twitter
Pablo Rosario – Your partner is not a mind reader
Pablo Rosario is a men's relationship coach and speaker with over 6 years of experience helping executives, business owners, and CEO's find more fulfilling relationships. With a background in psychology, and neuro-linguistic programming, he specializes in the topics of relationships, communication, overcoming inner conflict, passion and confidence, and has helped hundreds of men find happiness and fulfillment in their relationships and life. Guiding Principle, Quote, or Mantra It’s you and me versus everyone else. I envision my partner and I being a team. When You “Tripped Up” in a Partnership Pablo reminders a time when he was younger, around 22 years old, and he was in a relationship. He was in the process of trying out something new where he would speak his mind, would be more honest, and wouldn’t hold back. He told the woman he was dating that he thought she was wearing too much makeup. This didn’t go so well. Find out what happened next by listening to the show. What is the Biggest Thing That Men “Trip Up” on with Women? Pablo explains that the biggest thing men “trip up” on with women is vulnerability. Pablo struggled with this in the past as well. For a lot of men, it makes them really uncomfortable. Men have this idea that they’re not allowed to show it. Find out more about this topic by listening to the show. The Best Partnership Advice You’ve Ever Received Your partner is not a mind reader.  A Book or Resource That You Recommend Getting the Love You Want - Harville Hendrix The Truth - Neil Strauss  Interview Links – His Website Instagram  His email
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Started
Apr 15th, 2016
Latest Episode
Aug 21st, 2019
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