Relationship Value Formula
Marietta, GA – Relationship Value (RV) = (Positives) + (Negatives)
If we list the positives in a relationship versus the negatives, we create a balance sheet that we can see.
RV (Relationship Value) = x (Positive Experiences) + y (Negative Experiences)
Try using Trevor Moawad’s approach to outcome predictability and proactively remove the negative words, thoughts and experiences. Let the positive outcomes accumulate without any effort.
Using the balance sheet example, the RV (Relationship Value) will turn positive (+) just by removing the negatives (-). Benjamin Franklyn talks about this exercise in his autobiography about decision making. Take a sheet of paper, fold it lengthwise and list the pros on one half of the sheet and the cons on the other. If the pros (+) outnumber the cons (-), then you have your decision (answer). This equation can be used on any relationship or decision.
Try this and let me know how it works for you.
Thanks again for the great feedback and encouragement.
To your happiness,