How Partnership Has Transformed Since My Divorce
I revealed some of my deepest secrets in this podcast on partnership. Check out the highlights.
After interviewing about 200 people for my radio show, it’s fun to be on the other side of the microphone as a guest on someone else’s podcast/radio show. I loved this interview with Ken Bechtel, host of Speaking of Partnership. I talked with Ken about partnership at work, at home, and in romantic relationships. I shared a story about a time when it felt like too much, a time when I was ready to give up hope, and what I did to turn things around.
Episode 007: Sandy Weiner – When it feels like too much
I Shared a Favorite Quote
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said. People will forget what you did. But people will never forget how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou
And a Time When I Tripped Up in a Partnership
I was uncomfortable with a business partnership I was in, and ultimately the partnership collapsed right before we were going to launch their offering. What I learned is the importance of clarity.
The “DUH” Moment that Changed My Partnerships Forever
The big DUH was for my marriage. I was with the wrong person for 23 years and no longer believed love was possible. Then I had a wake up call and hope was renewed. Find out what that was in the podcast!
Proudest Moment in Partnership
My ex-husband and I parented very differently, and it was very divisive. I learned how to see the partnership in a new way. This new perspective led to my daughter eventually saying, “It feels better at your house, Mom.”
Current Partnership that Has Me Excited
I share about my partnership with a fellow coach as accountability partners for each other, and how this partnership has supported me in accomplishing big goals.
The best partnership/relationship advice I have ever received?
Best Partnership Book
Getting support. Whenever you feel like something is too much. There’s no way you can do it. Ask yourself, “Who can support me. How can I get support?” It is really healthy to ask for support. It is a sign of strength.
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