What is Interdependence?

Thanks for visiting Wealth Build Pro, this blog post is going to get you to step into the deep reality of your relationships through interdependence.  Gandhi quoted “Interdependence is and ought to be as much the ideal of man as self-sufficiency. Man is a social being.” First let me start off by telling you who this post is NOT going to help. If you’re a person that doesn’t want to become anything big in life this isn’t going to help you. If you’re a person that doesn’t care to make a lick of a difference in the world this is not going to be for you.  If you’re a person that doesn’t have a desire to play BIG then this post is not going to be for you. This post is for the go-getter and the go-giver.  This post is for the person that wants to make a BIG impact on the world. If you’re a person that wants to be able to leverage your relationships better, if you want to be able to see how relationships affect your life this post is for you. If you want more clarity,understanding and communication around roles and goals of your relationships this post is for you.

If you’re reading this post its likely you spend a large majority of your time awake communicating and interacting with other people or dealing with the results of poor communication or poor interaction. True interdependence is the richness of relationships,the adventure of discovery,the spontaneity and the deep fulfillment of putting people ahead of schedules, and the joy of creating together what did not exist before the relationship. Its the combined energy and talent from others that exponentially increase creativity,capacity and production in synergistic ways. The goal of this post is to get you see how our character and competence affect our ability to work with people in every dimension.

You would be astounded to discover how powerfully the problems and the potential of interdependence affect your time and the quality of your life. First, before we go further I want to give you a skim the surface definition of interdependence interdependence is mutual dependence between things. If you study biology, you’ll discover that there is a great deal of interdependence between plants and animals. Inter- means “between,” so interdependence is dependence between things.

What are “First things” in your life ? How many of these “First things” involve relationships with other people? You may not realize this yourself but everything you identify as “really important things” has to do with others. Even people that join businesses list something such as “Health” or “Financial Security” generally do so because they want to have unlimited resources to enjoy higher quality of life with friends and those they love the most. Our greatest joys and greatest pains comes in our relationships with others.

The constant is that quality of life is, by nature, interdependent. To love, is interdependent. “Love isn’t love until you give it away” It involves relationships with others and belonging. To learn and to feel ourselves expanding is interdependent. How often does learning come when were reading a book or watching a TV program or listening to an audio that was written and produce by others. How many times do you we get insights from seminars and webinars giving by others? How many do of our “own” ideas grow out of the ideas of others?

Humility comes as we realize that “no man is an island”, no one individual has all the talents, all the ideas, all the capacity to perform the functions of the whole. Vital to success in anything is the ability to work together,learn from each other and help each other grow.

The fact is were better together than we are alone.

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Effective interdepence


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