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    About this Episode

    Do you want your relationships in 2024 to uplift you and the others around you?

    Do you want your relationships to bring you energy and not drain you?

    Then this episode is for you.

    Today, Jay shares insights on building stronger connections. Discover the proactive steps to create bonds that will withstand the test of time, moving beyond surface-level ties. Uncover the five types of relationships you can invest in for genuine and enduring connections.

    Jay explores the concept of belonging—the magic that happens when we become part of a community. From the joy of shared experiences to the comfort of knowing you're not alone. Your journey can take an introspective turn when you look deep into the vital relationship with ourselves—the key to true independence and the layers of self-discovery and the profound impact it has on our overall well-being.

    In this episode, you’ll learn:

    • How to boost your existing relationships
    • How to create new and better relationships
    • How to be more in-tune with yourself
    • How to upgrade your connections and community

    Join Jay as he guides us through the transformative power of relationships built on selfless love and devotion.

    With Love and Gratitude,

    Jay Shetty

    What We Discuss:

    • 00:00 Intro
    • 01:56 The 5 Types of Relationships We Need in Our Life
    • 03:16 Type #1: Belonging - Being a Part of a Community
    • 09:32 Type #2: Legacy - Feeling Connected to Something Bigger
    • 14:11 Type #3: Independence - A Relationship with Ourselves
    • 18:33 Type #4: Safety Relationships - The People that Bring Stability in Our Lives
    • 23:39 Type 35: Service - Relationships Based on Surrender and Service

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    🔑 Key Takeaways

    • Cultivating a sense of belonging not only improves our mental and physical health but also helps us combat negative emotions, find inner harmony, and build fulfilling relationships in 2024.
    • Men can overcome fear of judgment and build deep connections by participating in therapy and coaching sessions within a supportive group, ultimately fulfilling their need for belonging and making a positive impact on others.
    • Building deep connections with diverse individuals who inspire us can lead to personal growth, a sense of belonging, and support on our journey towards fulfillment and abundance.
    • Being true to yourself attracts aligned opportunities, prevents others from molding you, prioritizes happiness and growth, and fosters trust and deeper connections with others.
    • Nurture relationships like plants in a garden, spend time with mentors, uplift peers, serve others, and follow the five-step model for more fulfilling relationships and positive impact.

    📝 Podcast Summary

    The power of belonging: why it's essential for our well-being

    Our sense of belonging is crucial for our mental and physical well-being. We all crave a feeling of connectedness and being a part of a community. Research shows that when we feel like we belong, it creates inner harmony and balance, leading to better overall health. Belonging helps us combat negative emotions such as sadness, loneliness, anger, and grief. It's important to recognize the groups and communities we are a part of or need to invest in, as they contribute to our sense of identity. Whether existing communities or ones we need to build, focusing on belonging can bring us the uplifting and energizing relationships we desire in 2024.

    Creating a Safe Space for Men to Heal and Connect

    Men often struggle to heal and build deep connections with others due to fear of judgment and a focus on external achievements. Jay Shetty recognizes the need for a safe space where men can open up and support each other's healing. He plans to create a men's group with therapists, coaches, and guides to facilitate sessions that promote healing and deepen relationships. Shetty emphasizes the importance of creating a sense of belonging beyond superficial interactions and finding ways to meet the real needs of our communities. Furthermore, he highlights the significance of legacy, which is about feeling connected to something bigger and leaving a positive impact on others. By fostering meaningful relationships, individuals can create a sense of belonging and contribute to a greater purpose.

    The Power of Connecting and Nurturing Relationships

    Building deep and meaningful relationships is essential for personal and professional growth. Jay Shetty's dinner gathering showcased the power of connecting with others who share a similar purpose and legacy, even if they are not part of our immediate social circle. The dinner allowed for vulnerability and trust, as each person shared their successes, challenges, and flaws. It highlights the importance of stepping outside of our comfort zones and engaging with individuals from different backgrounds and perspectives. By focusing on who we are becoming and nurturing relationships with others who inspire us, we can create a sense of belonging and support in our journey towards personal fulfillment and abundance.

    Embracing Authenticity for Personal Growth and Success

    Knowing who you want to become and embracing your true self is crucial for personal growth and success. When you radiate your authentic energy and values, you attract opportunities that align with your desires. By being true to yourself, you prevent others from molding you into someone you're not. It's important to prioritize your own happiness and growth, bringing that positivity into all aspects of your life, including your workplace. This authenticity not only illuminates your own world but also inspires trust and deeper connections with others. Trust is built over time and depth of experience, seeing someone in different emotional states. Building trust is like stacking building blocks, and it requires a holistic understanding of the person.

    Building meaningful relationships through trust, investment, and service.

    Building meaningful relationships requires trust, investment, and service. It's important to have a few trusted individuals in our lives who we can rely on during tough times, like a "midnight friend." We shouldn't take relationships for granted, but instead, nurture and invest in them like plants in a garden. The 20-60-20 rule suggests spending 20% of our time with mentors, 60% with peers who uplift us and whom we uplift, and 20% serving others. Being both a teacher and a student fosters humility and proactivity. By following the five-step model of bliss, belonging, legacy, independence, safety, and surrender, we can experience more fulfilling relationships and make a positive impact on the world.

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    With Love and Gratitude,
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