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How To Get The Best Of Both Worlds — Invest In Your Relationship

Time is the currency of relationship. There’s no way to invest into a relationship without investing your time.

Most of the growing population believes that investing in a relationship isn’t necessary at all. Vast majority believes that marriage or a life-time partner does not contribute to success.

Just as any endeavor, investing takes time, knowledge and work. But for most people they are blinded with the word WORK.

For this constitutes an additional expense on their limited resources and it diverts their attention towards an energy which they know they can’t control.

Some suggests that having no partner at all relieves them from any unwanted chores and traditional practices.

But for you to get the most out of everything; You need to start investing your time and effort towards the relationship for it to grow.

For relationship to prosper; it requires your personal allocated time.

Be with someone who isn’t only the best, but someone who brings out the best in you.

It has been 8 years and 2 months since me and my girlfriend started dating. I haven’t felt the time I invested in her.

Since she was/is/will be my inspiration in stretch of time.

Beginning is always the hardest, Middle is where it would start, and Last where it will be perpetual.

Not a single day in my life did I have any regret in pursuing her. Relationship building was one of my top priority in building a long and lasting connection.

No questions asked; whether it’d be Friendship or Romance, we can advocate that we have the best of both worlds.

Investing wisely in the Quality of relationship at the core level not only provides you the ability and the strength to impact the masses, quality over quantity every time. The quality produces greater results in a span of time.

Not only it provides emotional stability, but it produces greater achievements that reflects how stable and how grounded you are.

People invest time for marriage, some invest time for business, but most of all invest your time for legacy.

Giving as much reciprocates to receiving as such. Either way, you get what you asked for and in return you gave what is needed.

A relationship is an investment that will build as you continue to devote your time and effort. The more you put in, the more you’ll get back.
— Surnesh Nair

Invest in people who invests in you.

No matter what, no matter when, no matter where, no matter who, and no matter how; Invest in the right people, people who will help you grow and gain as much as you already had.

So, whether you are still in school, work, home, business or whatever circumstance it might be, invest your time wisely, the fruit of its labor is far more greater than what is planted.

Always know that when you try and invest time in people, time wasted is more regrettable than money wasted. Money spent is meaningless, but time spent is priceless.

You’ll never know a day or two, how a person can change; take the most time when spending it with someone and soon the value you gave will be appreciated.

I always keep this in mind; you might learn from my experience:

There comes a time in every relationship when you’ll realize that love just isn’t enough.

There is a thing that goes on when love is present, but have ‘a thing’ even when love is absent. It’s the secret in growing and building a relationship; not necessarily a partner in life, but in order to grow your relationship, have compassion even when nothing can be induced from them.

There is a saying that goes “you don’t get something from nothing”, most people will probably consider time spent as nothing, but in actual; time spent is invaluable.

The instant bit of time spent; you can never go back and retrieve it. It’s the mystery artifact that time can’t be rewind or retrieved again.

Assess where your desires are pointed to. Is it health, home, career or relationship? Are your time most spent dedicated towards that goal and achieving those desires?

Invest your time now and soon you will thank me for reminding you the value of time and how it flies so fast.

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