All relationships face a similar set of hurdles.

Success comes from being equipped to get over them

All relationships face a similar set of hurdles.

Success comes from being equipped to get over them

Great relationships
take work...

…the problem is, often we have no idea what to work on!

Four habits
is all it takes...

That’s the lesson from more than 20 years of working with couples. Every successful relationship exhibits them.  Every failing relationship we’ve ever seen has lacked one or more of them.

Jump straight in…

The 4 Habits are for couples & individuals looking to maintain or improve the quality of their most important relationship(s).

But the 4 Habits are also for employers worried about the proven damage that romantic relationship problems at home can have on productivity in the workplace.

Habit #1

BE CURIOUS, not critical

This will help you build awareness and respect differences, to get over the hurdle of frustration that can come from unmet expectations.

We’re all wired differently. Improving your understanding of each other allows you to play to your respective strengths, rather than waste time and energy criticising differences.

Habit #1

BE CURIOUS, not critical

This will help you build awareness and respect differences, to get over the hurdle of frustration that can come from unmet expectations.

We’re all wired differently. Improving your understanding of each other allows you to play to your respective strengths, rather than waste time and energy criticising differences.

Habit #2

BE CAREFUL, not crushing

This will help you build strong skills in managing conflict and genuinely resolving issues, to get over the hurdle of poor conflict handling skills which often damage relationships.

You can do this by learning how to ‘show up’ better, manage conflict effectively and come out stronger together.

Habit #2

BE CAREFUL, not crushing

This will help you build strong skills in managing conflict and genuinely resolving issues, to get over the hurdle of poor conflict handling skills which often damage relationships.

You can do this by learning how to ‘show up’ better, manage conflict effectively and come out stronger together.

Habit #3

ASK, don't assume

This will help you have courageous conversations about core values / beliefs, to get over the hurdle of mistrust and dis-respect that can creep into relationships.

You do this by learning how to get good at having those courageous conversations where you ask and discuss, rather than assume and stereotype.

Habit #3

ASK, don't assume

This will help you have courageous conversations about core values / beliefs, to get over the hurdle of mistrust and dis-respect that can creep into relationships.

You do this by learning how to get good at having those courageous conversations where you ask and discuss, rather than assume and stereotype.

Habit #4

CONNECT,
before
you
correct

This will help you build warmth, connection and good humour in relationships, to get over the hurdle of feeling unvalued which can come from poor communication.

You do this by learning how to communicate value and show appreciation in ways that mean the most to the people you care about.

Habit #4

CONNECT, before you correct

This will help you build warmth, connection and good humour in relationships, to get over the hurdle of feeling unvalued which can come from poor communication.

You do this by learning how to communicate value and show appreciation in ways that mean the most to the people you care about.

Time to get started…

Our online material is ideal for couples & individuals to engage with at home.

Sign up for The 4 Habits Online Course here…

Did you know that poor relationship skills cost organisations billions each year?

Relationship breakdown and the workplace - YouGov Research Report

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