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Your Most Important Relationship

What is your most important relationship? This week, Dan offers insights to help you clarify that answer and improve your relationship with … well, you.

  • marlene lanham says:

    enjoyed your message today, as I spend a lot of time alone, but have recently
    accomplished a goal that I have I have been working on for about 12 years.
    you are right, sometimes I would get frustrated with myself when struggling,
    BUT, hey, I got it done!!!!! and…I will remember to cut myself some slack!!!!
    thanks again for reminding us, we must take care of ourselves in order to enjoy life
    and the time we have with others.

  • Tak Kurtz says:

    Reminds me a little of that book, the art of selfishness. That we can help others better after we have taken care of our own needs.
    People can control us to do what they want us to do by telling us we are being selfish…funny how that works.
    The problem now is that people are not comfortable with being alone,,,they pick up the phone and involve themselves outside
    of themselves, social media…or youtube…anything to not be by themselves. Glad that you are having a good time in Germany…
    I was once there alone too as you remember hahahaha. Have fun Dan!

    • Dan Thurmon says:

      I do remember that, Tak. Like yesterday. I have not read the book you mention but agree with your thoughts about how we fill time and pull focus from facing internal issues. So true!

  • Lisa Borquez says:

    Thanks Dan! I give my regards to YOU today as well 🙂 Such a simple yet profound message! I like that you mentioned forgiving ourselves.. that is vital, I believe, to being able to view ourselves from a positive perspective, which will in turn change us from the inside out, allowing our light to shine on those around us. Have a blessed day!

    • Dan Thurmon says:

      Thanks Lisa. You are so right about the forgiveness piece being key. It’s a simple concept, but each of us can become our own harshest critics and most persistent punishers. So important to transcend that and give yourself grace… and a new beginning.

  • Rayburn says:

    Dan, this is my favorite of your messages so far. I honestly didn’t know where you were going and really hadn’t thought in these terms. You are right about the need to forgive ourselves and that one can be really hard. Thanks for the exhortation in that direction. And thanks for this message!

    • Dan Thurmon says:

      Thanks so much, Mike! Sure appreciate your meaningful feedback. I didn’t realize when I did this how important that issue was for so many people, and I’ve been very gratified to know it “landed” with resonance.

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