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It was in a cold Valentine’s Day, in 1988 when I got engaged. This was the climax of our 12 month friendship and our six month dating relationship.
It was a Sunday morning. I asked (my then girlfriend) if she would go to church with me that day. She complied. Her parents did too.
But I thought I wouldn’t make things too obvious. So I invited her to breakfast before church. She thought that was weird, but she was happy to go since we never had enough time to spend together during the week.
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In my driving lifetime I’ve had more than a dozen cars – some new and most of them used or old.
Currently, we have three vehicles that are getting up there in miles. I enjoy driving one of the cars, a 2001 Acura Tl 3.2. Nothing fancy, but it sure has great pick-up.
With all its great pick-up and luxury items, this car has given me two warning signs so far. The latest one was very aggravating.
For example, one day I dropped my son off at work. The car was in park.
Can you believe it’s the end of 2016 and 2017 is about to begin?
It’s been a great year. From growing kids, to enlarging our territory of influence; from happy moments to challenging times. Everything happened this year. Well, almost everything.
Now we look forward to a New Year. For us at The reBranded Life we’re expecting more changes, more growth and more of God in our lives. We have a vision, plans and ideas for your marriage, your family and your life that will generate a greater impact around the world.
I am excited to share with you, my readers, my tribe, and my friends reBranded lessons and experiences that will take us all to a greater place of advancement this year and the years to come.
5 tips to build your spouse around your peers
Are you quick to compliment your spouse in public? Or does your spouse feel like you’re quite critical of him/her in public?
Complimenting your spouse in public is not always an automatic reaction, unless that’s your personality.
To me it seems like it’s more of a learned skill. In fact, this is probably the most important skill your spouse needs from you in public.
The way to have a contagious marriage
Married couples struggle - in some way, shape or form. Are you experiencing a successful marriage that is long-term? How have you learned to thrive in your marriage?
I love observing people - especially couples. I consistently strive to be a better husband and father and the best way I know to improve is to watch and learn from other successful couples.
Over the years I have learned two things from watching couples, leaders and others. I’ve learned how to be a better husband and how NOT to be a mediocre one.