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Relationship Theory with Tom and Lisa Bilyeu is Back

From the Impact Theory Newsletter:

“For everyone that asked us to bring Relationship Theory back, today is your lucky day. We are relaunching the show.

Lisa and I have built a lot of things together, including two successful companies, but there’s nothing that we’re more proud of than our marriage.

We’ve been together for 20 years next month and over that time we’ve developed some pretty robust strategies on how to make your relationship the most extraordinary thing in your life.

It wasn’t always that way for us. Like most of our success, we’ve gotten to where we are by making a lot of mistakes and learning along the way. Our relationship theories have been tested six ways to Sunday, but everything we’ve done, we’ve done together. And now, through Relationship Theory the show we’re sharing everything we’ve learned.

We are completely unguarded and talk like we actually talk in our marriage. For anyone that wants to improve their relationship or get ready to have one, this show is for you.

I hope you guys will join us. We cover some insane territory and have a lot of fun doing it. So buckle up and get ready for the no bullshit answer of what it takes to have an amazing relationship.

Let’s do it! It’s time to make your relationship legendary.”

Relationship Theory on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtHuUTWVRHUXVjmRrvS8WYg

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Women of Impact From Divorce to Pandemic: How to Deal with the Worst that Can Happen

“Authenticity. What questions do we ask ourselves to know if we’re living it and how do we walk through the dark storms of life without losing it? Rachel Hollis, two-time #1 New York Times best-selling author of “Girl, Wash Your Face” and “Girl, Stop Apologizing,” joins Lisa on this episode of Women of Impact to discuss and answer these questions and many more as she takes us on a discovery of one’s true-authentic self. She shares why holding onto your dream equates to holding onto your true-self, how her childhood trauma shaped her vivid imagination, the importance of specificity and details, why you should shake off shame and not let criticism bring you down, and how people pleasing may result in anxiety, depression, and the loss of your true-authentic self.”