129. How Being an Oddball Can Help You Become a Better Person

Released Wednesday, 27th March 2019
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Have you ever felt like an oddball or like you’re on the outside looking in?
This feeling can lead to an opportunity for you to learn, grow, and become a better version of yourself.

Purpose of this Episode To help you become a better person by learning to speak other people’s love language.
Tips Shared in this Episode
  • 5 Love Languages:
    • Words of Affirmation — always build up, never tear down
    • Acts of Service — actions speak louder than words
    • Gifts — thought that counts
    • Quality Time — undivided attention
    • Physical Touch
  • Kent and Kathy’s anniversary gifts to one another — showing love in each other’s love language.
  • How feeling like an “outsider looking in” gives you the opportunity to stretch yourself and become a better person.
Call to Action Stretch yourself this week by seeking ways to speak someone else’s love language.
Links Mentioned in this Episode The 5 Love Languages by Dr. Gary Chapman

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