For a lot of guys, gift giving oftentimes lacks true meaning.
How many holidays have you made a last minute purchase the night before, or decided to buy something just because it has an impressive sticker price? As if a more expensive gift will show your wife just how much you love her lol.
Gifts should make your loved ones feel valued and appreciated, not forgotten and misunderstood. It’s something we should do because we want to, not because we have to.
And hey, I’ll be the first to admit, I’ve definitely screwed it up on multiple occasions — so you’re not in this alone!
Gifts don’t need to be bought, but they do need thought.
Joining me today to talk all about it is my good friend John Ruhlin — a master at building relationships and winning hearts using his unique approach to strategic gifting.
We hit on a bunch of topics, including intentional gifting, gifting fails, winning at Mother’s Day, making your wife feel special, balancing business & family, and more!
Why gifting alone can’t save a sucky business and adds insult to injury in a struggling marriage. Why the bar is so low in business gift giving - and how to give much more intentional gifts in every area of life. The value of facilitating gift giving within your family. Childhood wounds that stick with us into adulthood. Big Questions Asked
How can we better pick up on hints and clues when it comes to the intangible gifts that our partners want? Why is it so much harder to pick a great gift for our spouse than it is for a business partner or a client? What happens when we bring other people within families into our gift giving, thanks, and gratitude? How can we use the traumas we faced in childhood as we show up for our kids? Get the Full Show Notes
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