Tom & Lisa

If You Aren’t A PRIORITY to Your Partner, Listen to This WARNING | Tom and Lisa Bilyeu

There is something beautiful and magical about being able to witness and experience the growth of the people you love. In romantic relationships it is also to get caught up in the selfishness of not wanting the person you married to change who they are or the things they do. True love and successful life long relationships require you to have the hard conversations and be supportive of each other as you both evolve to new heights, dream bigger, and become more ambitious and capable. Having a front row seat to that kind of journey can make the connection between you two even stronger. Tom and Lisa discuss the importance of not ever needing to choose between your ambitious goals and the love of your life. Seeing each other through the turning points with admiration and love in your eyes is definitely the way to go if you’re down to ride to the end.


Relationship Theory with Tom and Lisa Bilyeu encourages healthy, loving, life long relationships. Whether you are fresh out of your last relationship, on a break, taking time to heal from a breakup, or looking for ways to strengthen the romance and bond in your current relationship, Tom and Lisa are sharing their 20 years of experience. They’re taking questions and giving relationship advice that will enhance all of your relationships.



Not Choosing | Why you shouldn’t have to choose between ambitious goals & relationship [0:43]

Drawn to Ambition | Supporting the drive that attracted you doesn’t mean take from it [4:18]

Working Together | Why working requires rules of engagement but can be great [5:52]

Turning Points | Valuing the turning points and witnessing each other’s grow [6:24]



“The relationship wouldn’t be able to survive somebody saying, you should stop being ambitious, or you should stop your quest for self mastery” Tom Bilyeu [1:00]


“I know what is ultimately the most important thing. And if you’re not happy, and you’re not driven, then me and you are not as connected.” Lisa Bilyeu [4:59]



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