Danny Silk is the President and Co-Founder of Loving on Purpose. He is a Board Member for Jesus Culture and a previous part of the Senior Leadership at Bethel Church. He has been helping leader, families and married couples for over three decades with his wisdom. He is also the author of several books, including Culture of Honor, Loving our Kids on Purpose, Powerful and Free and Keep Your Love On.
3 Big Takeaways:
- In order to cultivate healthy relationships, you have to be both proactive and intentional. Before the conflicts and challenges, you have to make a decision, as to what are your goals, beliefs and standards in your relationships. Further, you have to take ownership of what you are bringing into your relationships.
- Success at home impacts success at work. How can this be? Well, there are several ways the two are interacted. One of the primary ones is character formation. Your family relationships will mold your character, thus impacting the way you show up at work.
- When it comes to your identity, peace and joy, no human can be saddled with the responsibility of filling those needs in your life. Only God can. Every time you expect a human to full needs only God can, you are setting them up to fail.
Some questions I ask:
- How can we respond in a healthy manner in the moment of rejection, pain or conflict?
- How does our family life affect influence and impact our professional lives?
Sneak Peak of More:
- Choosing Connection in Relationships
- Why It is Important to Express Your Needs in Your Relationships
- How to Cultivate a Culture of Honesty
- Learning from Bill Johnson
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