Part of living in a true partnership is to work towards some kind of common purpose. Yet, it’s something that a lot of us don’t think about when it comes to our dogs.
Welcome back to part four of Kathy’s five-part series, ‘The Summer Series on The Power of Partnership.’ Over the course of this series, Kathy has been sharing some simple and highly effective partnership principles to help you forge the partnership you’ve always wanted with your dog.
We’re returning to Mary and Max’s story. Mary’s a dog mom and avatar client who Kathy has been following along her journey as she puts these principles into action.
If you haven’t already caught up with the previous episodes, check out the first three parts before continuing. Listen to the podcast episode for part one, two, and three, or read the blog post for part one, two, and three to catch up.
In this episode:
What a common purpose is and why it’s key to a successful partnership How Mary and Max found a common purpose 4 important lessons about finding a common purpose Read the blog post on this topic.
“When we approach that cooperation from this perspective of, we both want the same thing, auto-magically, you and your dog become teammates.”
“You become partners that are working together toward a common goal, a common outcome.”
“Living in partnership is so much easier if you and your dog both want the same thing.”
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Brilliant Partners Academy Dancing Hearts Dog Academy Website Facebook Community To read the blog post on this topic and to explore other episodes, click here.