Episode 38: Interview with Daryl Fletcher

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About Daryl Fletcher

Daryl is the author to several ebooks and the author of the Best Selling Book Disgustingly Beautiful – The Good, The Bad, The Ugly of Couples. Daryl has interviewed and coached 200 couples as a Relationship Strategist helping them have healthy and thriving relationships. He host Couple’s Vision Board parties allowing couples to create a clear vision and mission for the relationships.

3 big ideas discussed in this episode:

  • Relationships don’t start when you are with someone, it starts when you by yourself.
  • You don’t fight for relationships when it is bad, you fight for it when it is good.
  • Every relationship issue falls into three categories; all relationship issues can be fixed

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Show Notes:


  • There is an old Chinese proverb that says: “When the students are ready, the teacher will show up.”
  • Sometimes people think that when they are alone for a long time they are ready for relationships but many times they are not ready for relationships, they are just tired of being alone.
  • This book has three sections: the single section, dating section and married section.


  • The key premise to that is two things: the boxer is the most trained athletes in the world because they actually do what they plan to do and the fight over and over again before they actually have the fight
  • It is always cheaper to maintain a car than it is to repair a car.


  • The three categories are: selfishness, immaturity and unforgiveness.
  • If it is an issue of money it falls into two categories: selfishness and immaturity.
  • If someone says that they have grown apart, typically they fall into category of unforgiveness.
  • The truth of the matter is, we have to begin to identify these pressure points or these challenging points to actually deal what the real issue is.
  • If it is an issue of infidelity, that falls into category of selfishness, they care for their own needs before someone else’s needs.


  • When we look for people in that genre or in that particular mindset we have a tendency to start excluding people who would actually love us and treat us the way we wanted to be loved.
  • Rather than looking for a personal figure or physical attributes it is really more on the inside that really counts.
  • It is so hard to repair something but it is so easy to maintain.
  • The truth is we have to begin to identify these pressure points to actually deal what the real issue is.
  • The keyword on the word relationship is”relate”, so we have to begin to understand how to relate with one another.



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