“Settling can be used as a means to prevent love from happening.”- Devin Galaudet
“It’s not a race. The right one is worth the wait.”- Morgana Rae
Tonight is Q&A night, taking audience questions on relationship.
Some of the audience questions/challenges we’re covering tonight:
- Do I have to settle?
- All the “good ones are taken.”
- This guy from my past who I never got over is showing up.
- I feel this dread that every man is going to leave.
00:45 Tour In Asia
08:53 Most Favorite Person In The World
13:12 Relationship Material
16:52 The Notion Of “Settling”
30:10 Are All The Good Ones Taken?
40:07 Past Relationships
45:01 Fear Of Abandonment
02:38 “One of the greatest ways to learn about other cultures is not by hearing what your friends have to say, but to go and experience it” – Devin Galaudet
07:05 “You have to figure out where your little safe sounds are, that’s part of the fun of exploring a place.” – Devin Galaudet
08:54 “The reason I’m so happy despite this weird experiment of being in our house together around the clock for weeks without break for almost a year now is really enjoying Devin’s company… loving to be with the person you’re with.” – Morgana Rae
11:49 “Having somebody who’s not just a girlfriend is useful when feelings start to come in and you forget that you’re auditioning your partner for a long-term commitment.” – Morgana Rae
14:15 “If you’re looking for somebody who’s capable of commitment, you’re going to get a sneak peek through that window when you find out what kind of relationship they’re having with their own kids.” – Morgana Rae
18:01 “It’s not a race. Waiting for the right one is worth the wait.” – Morgana Rae
18:30 “Nobody is looking for perfection. Nobody’s perfect, but there are people who are right fits for us.” – Morgana Rae
20:23 “Saying NO to somebody who doesn’t fit your values and who you can’t be happy with, is a service to you both. So that you can be free and available for the person that you can be happy with.” – Morgana Rae
21:40 “It’s important to have standards and to have consciousness with what it is that you want in your life. You have to make a decision. It’s not merely some feelings, and then run for the hills.” – Devin Galaudet
22:09 “Settling can be used as a means to prevent love from happening.” – Devin Galaudet
34:30 “Do the work on yourself so that you have a strong sense of worthiness, not entitlement.” –Morgana Rae
49:11 “Don’t sell yourself so cheaply. If he isn’t nice to you, if he disappears, then he is not a good job candidate for your life partner.” – Morgana Rae
50:28 “Failed relationships are opportunities to learn.” – Devin Galaudet
52:22 “Start finding the relevant things that have changed you for the better. So when you go out, you’re not just armed merely with insecurities, but with the knowledge of how you’ve grown, and what you are now ready to move forward with.” – Devin Galaudet
54:40 “If you’re feeling as though that man (or woman) is going to leave, be empowered by your own knowledge of what you’ve walked through to be a rock star that you are today.” – Devin Galaudet
Morgana Rae is the international #1 best selling author of Financial Alchemy: Twelve Months of Magic and Manifestation . A sought after teacher, speaker and pioneer in personal development, she is widely regarded to be the world’s leading Relationship with Money coach. Morgana is president of Charmed Life Coaching Incorporated, an internationally successful life and business coaching company. She guides entrepreneurs, artists, healers and humanitarians to thrive in their purpose, attract more than they chase, and make things happen with ease, flow and synchronicity. Morgana’s Financial Alchemy books, recordings, magazine articles, an0d classes have impacted the lives of hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. She writes, speaks, and coaches from a desire to empower idealistic entrepreneurs, coaches, authors and artists to have a big impact in the world… and to heal the rift between heart, spirit, and money.
Devin Galaudet is the editor and publisher of the In The Know Traveler and In The Know Bride, which chronicles his endeavor to marry his wife in 100 countries around the world. (25 times in 20 countries, so far). Devin has written for the Huffington Post, The Good Men Project and many others. A frequently sought-after guest expert on relationship and travel, Devin has appeared on FOX-TV, NBC-TV, Reinvention Radio, the California Writers Coalition, JohnnyJet.com, the Jewish Journal, and hundreds of podcasts. He is the author of 10,000 Miles with my Dead Father’s Ashes, a wickedly funny memoir that is part adventure and part tender reminiscence.