This week was a special episode because it aired at 11 AM, for 11 minutes, on July 11th. Repetitive numbers, such as 11:11, are a call to action. If you suddenly see this or any repeated number, take the time to make a wish or think about your next manifestation.
The first concept being covered on Epic Share is the laws of love, but it isn’t just for romantic relationships with your partner. Relationships are also about yourself, your friends, your family, your children, your coworkers… If you know the laws of love and you apply them to your relationships, your life will flow peacefully and effortlessly. Kosta and Sammy have collected these tips over time to assist you in excelling at your relationships and continuing to perfect your connections.
Your relationships, whether romantic, friendly, or professional, need the following qualities:
If you don’t have these qualities in your current relationships, your relationships will struggle. You’d have to work harder to have a successful relationship than someone who utilizes these qualities daily. Don’t worry! Today, Epic Share is all about these laws of love.
There isn’t a template for kindness and it isn’t a quality that can be taught easily, but there is one rule that’s easy to follow: being kind is about treating others the way you would want to be treated. Simply treat others as the humans they are. You know in your heart what kindness is because it makes you feel good to give and receive.
This is a quality that takes time to build, and only seconds to destroy. Building loyalty doesn’t happen overnight, but if you are able to accomplish this, you can build trust in your relationships.
Show the people around you you’re grateful to be with them. Whether it’s your friend, your children, your partner, or your coworker, show your appreciation. You can express your appreciation verbally, in writing, or as a gesture. Just saying you’re grateful for something is different than taking the extra step to show you’re grateful.
Many people say they’re shy about communicating, but you don’t have to speak; you can write. There are many ways to express gratitude. Sammy is known for her long thank you cards, which she writes from her heart. However, for Kosta, his gratitude for Sammy, his staff, and his friends is shown in other ways. He is known to go out of his way to express his appreciation for the relationships he values. Anyone can show their gratitude for others in a multitude of ways. For example, someone who isn’t inclined to write their feelings can show appreciation through simply signing a card or gifting flowers. No excuse should stop you from telling someone you are thankful for them.
If you want to build trust in a relationship or manifest a desire, be a person of your word. When you say you’re going to do something, do it. There’s value in being consistent every day; it creates a routine to success.
Known as a global citizen, Kosta has traveled the world: he’s visited 200+ cities, 60+ countries, and lived in nine countries. Overtime, he has accumulated knowledge about differing cultures. One of the most consistent cultures, in his experience, is that of Japan. Kosta considers the Japanese to be people who stick to their word; they keep their promises.
Consistency is truly valuable in achieving your desires. Sammy believes Kosta’s success is attributed to his consistency. He was never the kind to come to work for a day and disappear for another three days; Kosta was consistent and came to work every day. This value is also applied to Kosta and Sammy’s personal life. Whether it’s with your family members, your coworkers, or your friends, you need to maintain consistency. Make sure whatever promises you make, you keep.
Integrity and consistency come hand-in-hand when you are a person of your word. If you say something, mean it. If you aren’t sure, don’t say it. When you say something, you put those words out in the world. Words are difficult to take back. At the end of the day, when you strip away your credentials, your money, your accessories, what you’re left with is your integrity and how people will remember you.
If you make a promise and then change your mind, or something came up and you can’t fulfill those expectations, communicate. Just because you promise something doesn’t mean you can’t take it back. If an emergency arises or you simply change your mind, that’s okay! Everyone is guilty of overpromising and underdelivering at times, but by communicating, you can stay a person of your word.
All over the world, relationships are maintained every day: in the office, at home, and in the community. However, no matter what kind of relationship it is, everyone requires the same qualities. So, whether you’re being kind to a friend, being loyal to a partner, or showing appreciation to your employees, utilize the laws of love to develop and maintain healthy relationships.