Making Marriage Work

Many people ask “What is a Couple Goal?” The question itself has no answer, but I will attempt to explain why re-framing this term can help you accomplish more as a couple.

The first thing that needs to be explained is that “a Couple Goal” doesn’t refer to any goal that couples can achieve individually, as that would be too reductive. The term, as I see it, refers to “the whole.” As opposed to the phrase “The Whole is greater than the sum of its parts,” “the whole” refers to the sum of a collection of things: a collection of experiences. A collection of events that can be seen as the sum of their parts, which are then combined into something larger than the sum of their parts.

A couple goal doesn’t necessarily have to be accomplished in one year. It can take as long as the two of you want it to, because both of you have an enormous amount of control over how quickly you achieve your goal(s). A couple goal does not have to involve spending a million dollars, it only takes one million bucks for most couples to get started in their “big picture” planning.

Now, when I say “big picture” I don’t necessarily mean “planning.” Rather, it’s about creating a big picture that will eventually lead you down the path to success as a couple.

For example, there are many ways to achieve success in a successful marriage. But to reach those results, you must take action toward making that success a reality. You must commit to building your marriage with a single purpose, and you must be able to make the necessary changes in your own behaviors and in the behaviors of your spouse in order to achieve success.

A goal is not something that you do on a yearly or monthly basis. Instead, a couple goal is something you do consistently and deliberately, every day. It should be an ongoing, never-ending journey that leads you closer to the goal you’ve created. It doesn’t matter if you don’t reach your goal within a single day.

To be successful, you need to find the balance between achieving your goals and taking action. The best way to do that is to create a chart of actions that you take each day to ensure that you’re constantly improving yourself and the quality of your marriage.

The next time you’re faced with the question “what is a goal?” I hope this article has helped you understand a bit more about the concept of couple goals, as well as why re-framing the term can be very beneficial in achieving your goals and the quality of your life together.

The biggest problem people who are married face is figuring out what their couple goals are. When you’re newlyweds, there’re a lot of confusion and even some resentment as you try to figure out what your goals are, what they should be, and how to get them.

There are many resources out there that can help you to set out a couple goal for yourself, and for your spouse. Here are two of my favorites:

My goal is to help you create your own personal journey toward success in marriage. Hopefully this article has given you some good ideas and resources to help you along your journey to achieve success in your marriage.

And remember, you are the master of your own goal. – so be the master of your marriage!

So many couples come to me and say, “We’re getting close to our marriage goals, but we’re not getting anywhere. Why don’t you help us take a step back and re-frame our goals?”

The key to making a difference in your marriage is to change the way you think about your goals and the way you approach achieving them. This means you must redefine your goals and how you achieve them.

For example, one couple had their life’s goals of a child, a family, a house, and a career together. After five years of working towards this life, their lives were very different.