Relationships

Dave Elliott’s Love Notes newsletters are meant to be quick tips that can be read and digested in less than 5 minutes. The goal is always to educate, inspire and share some kind of distinction or breakthrough that is both actionable and achievable for the reader. Of course, they’re always written with one simple goal: we simply want to serve and benefit our loyal clients, fans and friends.

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January 19, 2016

Dog gone shame: a powerful lesson in relationship dynamics

How a pound of prevention could have kept this pup out of the pound. I often get emails and comments from my readers regarding the articles I publish. Recently one of them had an interesting spin on my usual topic of relationship dynamics so I thought I’d share it and use it as a teachable moment. This particular story shows […]
August 10, 2015

The Hard Truth About Self Sabotage

How I Helped A Client Unravel A Decade of Struggle In One Phone Call Recently, I got the most amazing 5-star review from a woman named Romina on Amazon for my book, The Catch Your Match Formula.™ She did a phenomenal job of using my book to recreate her dating profile and her results were truly outstanding. Basically, after not […]
May 26, 2015

A historic approach to changing your own personal history.

How one classic story can help YOU create a new, more compelling story Not long ago, I realized quite by accident that my wife had never seen probably the first and most classic “personal development” movie ever made – and we love great PD movies. So naturally, I had to rectify that. The film I’m talking about is “The Wizard […]
March 2, 2015

Science Says One Good Turn…Will Keep You Together

Why One Good Turn Really DOES Deserve Another You’ve probably heard the old maxim that “One good turn deserves another” but what you might not know is that ancient piece of wisdom was first recorded in the year 1400! Basically, this well-known axiom defines what we also call “The Law of Reciprocation” which means that when one person does a […]
December 9, 2014

The Most Powerful Gift You Can Give…Just in Time For The Holidays

The most empowering belief you have is believing in someone else when they need it the most. I want to share a story that happened just this week with a longtime and dear friend of mine. My friend is an actress whether she’s in a production or not. With her big personality, her infectious laugh and her flair for the […]
November 19, 2014

It took him 29 years to learn how to love his wife…

But the amazing part about it was that he never stopped trying… I’ve been working with a couple that I’ve come to admire so much and their story is so incredible, I wanted to share it here. They came to me after a pretty huge issue caused her to walk out…and that created the space for me to help them. […]
November 3, 2014

The Roots Of Self-Sabotage Run Deep

How We Accidentally Got To The Bottom Of One Client’s Challenge… As a coach, I wear a lot of different hats when working with a client. Sometimes, depending upon the situation and the preferences of my client, I’m a teacher…a cheerleader …a taskmaster…and a detective. Today I want to share a story that shows how hard it is to get […]
October 9, 2014

Why controlling your partner won’t work…but ENROLLING them will…

Here’s a R.A.D.I.C.A.L.™ solution for re-creating an effective partnership Have you ever had a situation where both you and your partner were at wit’s end when it comes to working together effectively? Have you ever wished your partner would just do what you wanted…the way that you wanted it…and when you wanted it? If so, I understand your frustration and […]
August 18, 2014

It’s not only your weaknesses that sabotage you. Sometimes it’s your strengths.

How one client discovered that sometimes your strengths are a sword that cuts both ways I started working with a new client recently who needed some help turning around her failing relationship…and she wanted some support in starting her new business at the same time. While that might correctly seem like 2 very different jobs, the truth is that human […]
March 4, 2014

What if you’re not really at all who you think you are?

Once you strip off the mask of your “assumed identity,” you may just be surprised what you find beneath… I hope you’ll pardon the slightly cryptic nature of the headline but this may be one of the most exciting blogs I’ve ever written. It’s also potentially one of the most important ones you’ll ever read. Here’s why: I want to […]