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#1020 Identify the People That Would Be There for You and Nurture Those Relationships

When difficult times happen in life, you realize how important certain people are to you. Take the time to identify the people that would be there for you and nurture those relationships.

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Posted by Joel Brookman in Podcasts, podcasts, relationships, Uncategorized.

#995 Relationships are the Greatest Driver of Happiness

Many people think that when they reach a certain level of wealth or attain that dream job they will then be happy. If you truly want to be happy, focus on the people around you. Research has shown that relationships are the greatest driver of happiness. Today we discuss ways to enhance relationships with the most important people in your life.

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Posted by Joel Brookman in Podcasts, podcasts, relationships.

#961 Notes From the Deathbed of Steve Jobs

In today’s episode I share notes from the deathbed of Steve Jobs. Whether they truly came from Steve or not, there is a very strong message here that speaks to the importance of human relationships over material things. I hope you appreciate it as much as it did.

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Posted by Joel Brookman in appreciation, happiness, Podcasts, relationships.

#945 Create a Reunion for the Special People in Your Life

Relationships are the single greatest source of happiness for people. Why not create a reunion for the special people in your life.unknown.jpg

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Posted by Joel Brookman in Podcasts, relationships.

#915 The Art of Maintaining Long-Term Friendships

“Everyone has a friend for each stage of life but only the lucky ones have the same friends for all stages of life.” Today we discuss the art of maintaining long-term friendships.

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Posted by Joel Brookman in Podcasts, relationships.

#885 Connecting People

Connecting people that can help each other can turn into in incredibly rewarding experience, not just for those you connect, but for you as the connector.

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Posted by Joel Brookman in Podcasts, relationships.

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