By all accounts, you're a successful business person. You've put a lot of thought and work into moving ahead and now you're reaping the rewards. For some people, though, professional success can come at the expense of personal relationships. But that doesn't have to happen to you. In fact, the very same habits that propel you to business success can work wonders in your romantic life.
During my 58 years, I've occupied several roles. I've been a student, teacher and church leader. I've been an intern, employee and boss. I'm a son, father and grandfather, as well as husband, neighbor and friend. As I approach my sixth decade, I've been thinking a lot about missed opportunities, regret and the hard-scrabble lessons I've learned along the way.