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You have an Single and successful CV packed full of senior job titles and big-name employers. You worked hard and played hard throughout your twenties. The truth is that you would like to meet someone and maybe start a family. Yes, with work, but also with friends, with travel, running marathons, having fun. But although it may feel a bit odd at first, you really can — and should — apply the same approach to relationships as you do in those other areas.
But I was this person a few years ago. And a few little tweaks to how I was thinking and what I was doing completely shifted my perspective. The result was, first, a of amazing connections and, now, a loving relationship.
No one knows what the future holds — but I do believe there are some things you can do to stack the odds in your favour. The biggest barrier to getting what you want in your career is not knowing what that is — and the same applies in love!
Write your answers down on a list. As with anything in life, there are usually all sorts of fears that are getting in the way of meeting, and committing to, a long-term partner. Fear of getting hurt. Fear of wasting time.
And that last one especially is a problem. These days, compared to when you lived in a little village and would marry someone local who was from a limited-but-clearly-defined pool of candidates, you have too much choice. There are too many fish in the sea! And, on top, your single life is so great that it would require someone pretty damn spectacular to come along and take up space.
Can you see how those beliefs might be limiting your chances of meeting someone? I certainly could when I wrote down s and s of thoughts like these a couple of years ago. Try writing down your beliefs and see how you can turn them into more positive ones, beliefs that are just as true and that will serve you better.
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Are you open to meeting someone when you do? When I looked at my own lifestyle a few years ago, I realised that I had been spending most of my time in bars or at home with my coupled-up friends, which effectively gave me zero chance of meeting someone new. So what can you do to put yourself into the kind of context Single and successful you might meet interesting people?
And what can you do to open yourself up to the possibility when you do? Finally, and again this can seem a bit foreign, you want to make sure that you have the structures in place to support you in this area as you do in others. In fitness we have personal trainers, in careers we have coaches, in business we have advisors… but what about relationships? What clubs and groups can you ? What about a hobby or a sport? In my opinion and my personal experience, these are four steps that are as effective in the area of love and relationships as they are in career, business, and any other areas of your life.
Anna Lundberg is the founder of One Step Outside, where she helps people around the world build businesses and create a lifestyle that allows them an unimagined sense of freedom, flexibility and fulfilment. Getting clear on what you want The biggest barrier to getting what you want in your career is not knowing what that is — and the same applies in love!
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