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30: You Can’t Grow Unless You Fail

30: You Can’t Grow Unless You Fail

Update: 2019-01-2416
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In celebration of the announcement of our latest RISE Weekend, we’re throwing it back this week to Dave’s speech from our Los Angeles RISE Weekend Conference. Dave talks about his feelings of experiencing his partnering going through self-growth and wanting to do the same thing for himself.

Get tickets to 2019's second RISE Weekend at TheHollisCo.com

And, if you loved Girl, Wash Your Face, the same amazing author (hi, Dave's typing) has Girl, Stop Apologizing coming out Mar 12, 2019. Rachel records the audio and it's available for pre-sale (and stocking stuffing) today --> amzn.to/2RxC6eY

Enjoy the show -- if you like it, please take a screen shot and share it with your friends on social, tag #risetogetherpodcast and tag us -- @msrachelhollis and @mrdavehollis and tag a friend (or partner) that needs to hear this episode! If you really like it, SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and rate it on the platform you're listening to -- it really helps more people find the show. Oh, and, if you don't like it, don't tell anyone...especially us!
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29: The Five Love Languages with Dr. Gary Chapman
When we first started this very podcast, we made a wishlist of guests that changed the way we think about love and relationships. Dr. Gary Chapman was at the very top of that list. Dr. Chapman’s book “The Five Love Languages” has made a tangible and direct impact in our relationship, and we’re believers that Dr. Chapman’s wisdom can result in positive change in almost every relationship. We are incredibly excited and honored to have the author with us to talk about our personal languages, how that impacts our relationship, and some surprising applications for his brilliant work. Check out his work at 5LoveLanguages.comEnjoy the show -- if you like it, please take a screen shot and share it with your friends on social, tag #risetogetherpodcast and tag us -- @msrachelhollis and @mrdavehollis and tag a friend (or partner) that needs to hear this episode! If you really like it, SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and rate it on the platform you're listening to -- it really helps more people find the show. Oh, and, if you don't like it, don't tell anyone...especially us!Exciting news: Rachel is launching a coaching series! If you loved this episode, you'll also love her two live monthly classes. Life coaching, for those looking to improve in their relationships, health, and personal life, and business coaching, for growing a revenue base, finding new clients, and marketing effectively. Find out more about the coaching series and how you can be a part of it ---> thehollisco.com/coachingIf you missed out on tickets for Rise Weekend x Minneapolis, don’t worry! We just announced a second Rise Weekend in 2019, this time just outside of Dallas, Texas on July 18-20th. Get tickets to the newest RISE Weekend in July —-> TheHollisCo.com
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As the end of the year approaches, we think it’s incredibly important to take stock of the highs and lows you’ve experienced as a couple over the previous 12 months. For us, it’s been one of the most eventful and meaningful years of our collective lives, and unpacking that was extremely insightful. This week, we dig deep into what we learned, what we loved, and what we hope to do better in 2019. Did you know the documentary of our live-event RISE is back in theaters on Jan 2 and Jan 9? Rachel Hollis Presents: Made for More is a 90-minute (amazing, I'm biased, but trust me) film with a 30-minute bonus -- Rachel teaching on a excerpt from Girl, Stop Apologizing. 2-hours of amazing content and community for the price of a movie ticket --> bit.ly/2QmG3WsAnd, if you're looking for a holiday gift for the person who loved Girl, Wash Your Face, the same amazing author (hi, Dave's typing) has Girl, Stop Apologizing coming out Mar 12, 2019. Rachel records the audio and it's available for pre-sale (and stocking stuffing) today -->amzn.to/2RxC6eYEnjoy the show -- if you like it, please take a screen shot and share it with your friends on social, tag #risetogetherpodcast and tag us -- @msrachelhollis and @mrdavehollis and tag a friend (or partner) that needs to hear this episode! If you really like it, SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and rate it on the platform you're listening to -- it really helps more people find the show. Oh, and, if you don't like it, don't tell anyone...especially us!
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On this week's Rise Together podcast, we're going to talk about the roles and identities we each take on in a relationship and how despite our best intention of how we hope to show up well for our partner, what we think they want may not what they really need.The roles and identities we as individuals in a relationship play evolve over the course of our partnership through stages and seasons of life. In a relationship that's interested in moving forward, letting go of who you are or who you were for who you'll become is something you need to work through and continually embrace, even as you're at times unrecognizable from where you started -- that's growth. Those changes show how a fluid you anticipates the needs of each other at specific times in life and in specific environments that surround you. You'll only be able to show up in a way that makes the most of your collective strengths if you're combining your individual strengths with the individual needs of your partner in a way that's informed by regular, transparent conversation, and that anticipates how life or seasonal changes may require a pivot where you or they take on a new role to create the strongest team.A special shout out to the greatest living author (according to her husband) Rachel Hollis who's Girl, Wash Your Face incredibly passed 2 million copies sold last week. Thank you for your extraordinary support! It's changed our lives, and... it makes a great under-$15 holiday gift --> amzn.to/2UgpBpMDid you know the documentary of our live-event RISE is back in theaters on Jan 2 and Jan 9? Rachel Hollis Presents: Made for More is a 90-minute (amazing, I'm biased, but trust me) film with a 30-minute bonus -- Rachel teaching on a excerpt from Girl, Stop Apologizing. 2-hours of amazing content and community for the price of a movie ticket --> bit.ly/2QmG3WsAnd, if you're looking for a holiday gift for the person who loved Girl, Wash Your Face, the same amazing author (hi, Dave's typing) has Girl, Stop Apologizing coming out Mar 12, 2019. Rachel records the audio and it's available for pre-sale (and stocking stuffing) today -->amzn.to/2RxC6eYEnjoy the show -- if you like it, please take a screen shot and share it with your friends on social, tag #risetogetherpodcast and tag us -- @msrachelhollis and @mrdavehollis and tag a friend (or partner) that needs to hear this episode! If you really like it, SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and rate it on the platform you're listening to -- it really helps more people find the show. Oh, and, if you don't like it, don't tell anyone...especially us!
24: Are You Showing Up The Way Your Partner Needs?
On this week's Rise Together podcast, we're going to talk about the roles and identities we each take on in a relationship and how despite our best intention of how we hope to show up well for our partner, what we think they want may not what they really need.The roles and identities we as individuals in a relationship play evolve over the course of our partnership through stages and seasons of life. In a relationship that's interested in moving forward, letting go of who you are or who you were for who you'll become is something you need to work through and continually embrace, even as you're at times unrecognizable from where you started -- that's growth. Those changes show how a fluid you anticipates the needs of each other at specific times in life and in specific environments that surround you.You'll only be able to show up in a way that makes the most of your collective strengths if you're combining your individual strengths with the individual needs of your partner in a way that's informed by regular, transparent conversation, and that anticipates how life or seasonal changes may require a pivot where you or they take on a new role to create the strongest team.A special shout out to the greatest living author (according to her husband) Rachel Hollis who's Girl, Wash Your Face incredibly passed 2 million copies sold last week. Thank you for your extraordinary support! It's changed our lives, and... it makes a great under-$15 holiday gift --> amzn.to/2UgpBpMDid you know the documentary of our live-event RISE is back in theaters on Jan 2 and Jan 9? Rachel Hollis Presents: Made for More is a 90-minute (amazing, I'm biased, but trust me) film with a 30-minute bonus -- Rachel teaching on a excerpt from Girl, Stop Apologizing. 2-hours of amazing content and community for the price of a movie ticket --> bit.ly/2QmG3WsAnd, if you're looking for a holiday gift for the person who loved Girl, Wash Your Face, the same amazing author (hi, Dave's typing) has Girl, Stop Apologizing coming out Mar 12, 2019. Rachel records the audio and it's available for pre-sale (and stocking stuffing) today -->amzn.to/2RxC6eYEnjoy the show -- if you like it, please take a screen shot and share it with your friends on social, tag #risetogetherpodcast and tag us -- @msrachelhollis and @mrdavehollis and tag a friend (or partner) that needs to hear this episode! If you really like it, SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and rate it on the platform you're listening to -- it really helps more people find the show. Oh, and, if you don't like it, don't tell anyone...especially us!
23: Fatherhood - A Full Hour on Being a Good Dad in 2018
For the first time ever on the Rise Together podcast, we're having an hour-long conversation about fatherhood -- what does it take to be a good dad in 2018? In a conversation with Larry Hagner, the host of The Dad Edge Podcast, Dave and Larry talk about raising 1,000 kids, how to keep the spark alive with your spouse while doing so, the myths around balance, the debate of giving kids what they want vs what they need and the biggest things they're hoping to impart on their small humans.If you're interested in hearing a good dude talk about fatherhood on the regular, check out Larry Hagner and his The Dad Edge Podcast here--> https://apple.co/2QeElXSA special shout out to the greatest living author (according to her husband) Rachel Hollis who's Girl, Wash Your Face incredibly passed 2 million copies sold yesterday. Thank you for your extraordinary support! It's changed our lives, and... it makes a great under-$15 holiday gift --> https://amzn.to/2UgpBpMDid you know the documentary of our live-event RISE is back in theaters on Jan 2 and Jan 9? Rachel Hollis Presents: Made for More is a 90-minute (amazing, I'm biased, but trust me) film with a 30-minute bonus -- Rachel teaching on a excerpt from Girl, Stop Apologizing. 2-hours of amazing content and community for the price of a movie ticket --> https://bit.ly/2QmG3WsAnd, if you're looking for a holiday gift for the person who loved Girl, Wash Your Face, the same amazing author (hi, Dave's typing) has Girl, Stop Apologizing coming out Mar 12, 2019. Rachel records the audio and it's available for pre-sale (and stocking stuffing) today -->https://amzn.to/2RxC6eYEnjoy the show -- if you like it, please take a screen shot and share it with your friends on social, tag #risetogetherpodcast and tag us -- @msrachelhollis and @mrdavehollis and tag a dad that needs to hear this episode! If you really like it, SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and rate it on the platform you're listening to -- it really helps more people find the show. Oh, and, if you don't like it, don't tell anyone...especially us!
23: Fatherhood - A Full Hour on Being a Good Dad in 2018
For the first time ever on the Rise Together podcast, we're having an hour-long conversation about fatherhood -- what does it take to be a good dad in 2018? In a conversation with Larry Hagner, the host of The Dad Edge Podcast, Dave and Larry talk about raising 1,000 kids, how to keep the spark alive with your spouse while doing so, the myths around balance, the debate of giving kids what they want vs what they need and the biggest things they're hoping to impart on their small humans. If you're interested in hearing a good dude talk about fatherhood on the regular, check out Larry Hagner and his The Dad Edge Podcast here--> https://apple.co/2QeElXS A special shout out to the greatest living author (according to her husband) Rachel Hollis who's Girl, Wash Your Face incredibly passed 2 million copies sold yesterday. Thank you for your extraordinary support! It's changed our lives, and... it makes a great under-$15 holiday gift --> https://amzn.to/2UgpBpM Did you know the documentary of our live-event RISE is back in theaters on Jan 2 and Jan 9? Rachel Hollis Presents: Made for More is a 90-minute (amazing, I'm biased, but trust me) film with a 30-minute bonus -- Rachel teaching on a excerpt from Girl, Stop Apologizing. 2-hours of amazing content and community for the price of a movie ticket --> https://bit.ly/2QmG3Ws And, if you're looking for a holiday gift for the person who loved Girl, Wash Your Face, the same amazing author (hi, Dave's typing) has Girl, Stop Apologizing coming out Mar 12, 2019. Rachel records the audio and it's available for pre-sale (and stocking stuffing) today -->https://amzn.to/2RxC6eY Enjoy the show -- if you like it, please take a screen shot and share it with your friends on social, tag #risetogetherpodcast and tag us -- @msrachelhollis and @mrdavehollis and tag a dad that needs to hear this episode! If you really like it, SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and rate it on the platform you're listening to -- it really helps more people find the show. Oh, and, if you don't like it, don't tell anyone...especially us!
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30: You Can’t Grow Unless You Fail

30: You Can’t Grow Unless You Fail

rachel hollis & dave hollis