Who are the 2 most important people in the world?
Here are some clues:
- If both of these people are present, you begin Connecting
- Connecting is vital to our everyday lives; we are now part of the Connection Generation.
- Connecting leads to socialising
- As we understand more about each other, we move beyond merely connecting into the realm of socialising – of gauging what this other person’s motivations are, their views, their thoughts on various topics.
- Socialising leads to Relationships
- Relationships are vital to help us stay in tune with other people. I recently blogged that no one person can do it all on their own; we each have our foundation supporters and people we rely on; who keep the home running efficiently; who allow us to be who we are; who provide the support we need to do what we do.
- Relationships lead to Understanding
- Relationships lead to a better understanding of the world, an better understanding of ourselves and a better understanding of just how diverse and similar we are.
Coming back to the question: Who are the 2 most important people in the world?
You and Me
Look after you; Look after me; the rest will look after itself 🙂
7 replies on “The two most important people”
Relationships really are that basic; you and me.
Not that complicated hey ,..
Catherine, you’re right – it’s not complicated, and for that reason it resonates with me so much. The Simplicity of it is awesome 🙂
Very good Andrew! Though if both these were present .. I was thinking that the answer could be the left & right of my brian.!
Catherine’s absolutely right relationships are that simple – you & me. And treated with respect
I’m always humbled by the thought that – at the heart of the word ‘trust’ is ‘us’ – you and me.
What a fantastic post. You have a great way of bringing things down to a simple, common denominator in short form while reminding us of the importance of reflection. Thanks for the Connection Generation book tie-in too – icing on the cake!
I’ll be tweeting this as my READ OF THE WEEK.
So Robin, in the spirit of sharewords, you’ve managed to distill the 2 words into 1: Us.
Simplicity at it’s simplest! 🙂
Julie, I am sure this would be a great topic about how we can be present – understanding how WE work is an important part of self-awareness and confidence when dealing with other people. So, what happens on the days when your left + right brain are not speaking to each other?
And yes, relationships can be seen as complex, BUT they don’t have to be; focusing on the 2 parties involved should be enough to set things on the right path! 🙂