Mar 26, 2018 0
Posted In: Love, Relationship Advice Articles
Expert Marriage Advice: What I Learned About Business After Getting Married
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By Rachel Pace
Would it surprise you to know that all the times your wife asked you to put the dishes away or your husband asking you to hear him out before interrupting can actually make a difference in your professional life? Business and marriage can teach you a lot about yourself and about your work ethic. Following great marriage advice about communication and loyalty can teach you practical lessons in business. In fact, a five-year study from Washington University in St. Louis shows that your spouse’s personality can have a direct influence on your career success. Your marriage teaches you to be selfless, to take responsibility, and to roll with the figurative punches. All of these qualities are great for a thriving business and a happy, healthy marriage.
Marriage and the life of an entrepreneur have much in common. Here is some marriage advice along with the six lessons I learned about business after getting married:
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Jan 14, 2015 0
Posted In: Love, Relationship Books
Dr. Karl Pillemer Interviews Hundreds of Americans for ’30 Lessons on Loving’
By Sarah Batcheller
Dr. Karl Pillemer is a professor in the Department of Human Development at Cornell University and an internationally-renowned gerontologist. Being so familiar with the biological and social aspects of aging, he set out to answer some of our society’s biggest questions about what it takes to create a long-lasting love. What makes long-term relationships so successful? How do older married couples’ feelings change over time? In his book,¬†30 Lessons for Loving: Advice from the Wisest Americans on Love, Relationships, and Marriage, ¬†Dr. Pillemer interviews elder Americans all across the country in order to convey their messages to our country’s young lovers who hope to enjoy long, happy relationships as well.
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