By Bryan Falchuk, CPT BCS
There are two sides to the story in every relationship.
You may not see yourself as the problem, but you can still be the solution.
The 50 75 100 Solution starts with three core principles rooted in Buddhism, and taught for centuries.
We don't hurt others just to hurt them. Ultimately, we are all just seeking our own happiness. Sometimes, others get in the way, or we don't realize that our happiness comes at their cost.
We are neither all good or all bad. We are those things in relation to each other and the situation. Change the people, the situation or how we are in the situation, and the way we relate can change.
Nothing stays constant forever. All things can and will change. This gives us hope. If we can do the work to relate differently, we can effect change in the relationship because everything changes.
What do the numbers “50 75 100” mean? They are about percentages of our relationships.
Born of Experience
Bryan Falchuk, CPT BCS, used his experience from his own life, from his coaching work and through deep study to create The 50 75 100 Solution so you can Build Better Relationships.
Bryan draws on his personal experience in relationships as a husband, father, sibling, friend, coworker, employee and more.
Through his coaching work, Bryan has used The 50 75 100 Solution with many people in many different relationships and situations.
Bryan draws on his certification as a Behavior Change Specialist and his extensive study of Buddhism, Optimism and Self-Love.
The TEDx Talk Behind The Idea
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Bryan Falchuk, CPT BCS is a life and executive coach, public speaker, C-level executive and the best-selling author of Do a Day and The 50 75 100 Solution. Bryan spent the most of his life obese and overcome by anxiety until he discovered the approach to change all that – Do a Day. Using Do A Day, Bryan was able to break from this pattern to live a life of consistent, unending health and wellness, and works to share what he’s learned with others seeking a happier, more complete existence. As Bryan says, people don’t change, lives do. His goal is to help people change their lives.
Bryan’s work has appeared in many major publications like the LA Times, Chicago Tribune, Inc. Magazine and more, and he has been featured as a guest on over 100 podcasts and radio shows. He has also shared his message across many stages, including multiple TEDx events.
Bryan changed his life while staying true to himself. So can you. Today is a new Day. Go out and Do it.
You can learn more about Bryan and his work at bryanfalchuk.com.