Episode 112||112||112: Where There’s Smoke There’s Fire | Transforming Relationships By Solving the Real Problem with Dr. Matt Townsend

When in your life were you trained how to communicate with the people who matter most to you?

Many of us have never received this kind of training or received it far too late in life – yet, almost all of us have experienced some kind of conflict in our long-term relationships (whether that be with a significant other, business partner, boss, or employee).

That’s why we’re sharing this conversation with Dr. Matt Townsend, author, radio host, and relationship expert, who will teach you how to transform the relationships that matter most to you by cutting through the smoke to solve the real problems at hand.

Will you help us get to know you better?

We want to learn more about you so that we can better serve you through our content and our acts, so we created a survey that will take you less than one minute to complete.

Go to the1thing.com/podcastquiz to take the quiz.

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The ONE thing to takeaway from this episode


What's one relationship that really matters to you – and, if you're honest with yourself, is hurting?Are you showing up in those interactions genuinely caring about the other person first, before considering your agenda?Based on that answer, what is the ONE thing you can do that will allow you to show that person that you care, and make them feel cared for?||What's one relationship that really matters to you – and, if you're honest with yourself, is hurting?Are you showing up in those interactions genuinely caring about the other person first, before considering your agenda?Based on that answer, what is the ONE thing you can do that will allow you to show that person that you care, and make them feel cared for?||What's one relationship that really matters to you – and, if you're honest with yourself, is hurting?Are you showing up in those interactions genuinely caring about the other person first, before considering your agenda?Based on that answer, what is the ONE thing you can do that will allow you to show that person that you care, and make them feel cared for?