The average length of marriage before divorce is around 7 to 8 years. Surprisingly, this is considered long enough by the society we live in. And this is evident not only in marriage but also in business. About 70% of business partnerships fail. Regardless of the kind of relationship, there is always a determining factor whether that relationship will fail or not as we will see in this week’s episode with Dr. Sakeisha and Eric Hylick. Learn what causes relationships to fail, how to turn the desire for instant gratification into gratitude, why it is critical to stay in your lane, why you should avoid comparing yourself to others, why you should allow yourself to trust again, and how to rise from failure. Be prepared to receive the answer to what you prayed for. Tune in until the end and find out the secret to great relationships!
About Eric and Dr. Sakeisha:
Eric and Dr. Sakeisha Hylick have been together for over 27 years and married for 23 years. They are TV Producers, Co-Founders of Ultimately Y.O.U., Marriage and Relationship Success Strategists, Certified Life Coaches, John Maxwell Certified Coach, Speaker, and Trainer, Generational Wealth Builders, Best Selling Authors, and Podcast Hosts. Minister Eric and Dr. Sakeisha are frequently called upon because of their innate ability to help their clients achieve breakthroughs in their relationship struggles. Whether you are experiencing challenges in your relationships spiritually, emotionally and/ or financially, the Hylick’s deliver proven systems to break unproductive behavioral patterns and create life-long change. This anointed couple demonstrate firsthand what it means to Rebuild Trust, Overcome Obstacles, Bounce Back from Bankruptcy and Focus on Forgiveness while Balancing Business, Family, Faith and Finances. They tackle “The Great Divide” in marriages with ease, the challenges with communication, finances, and sex in marriage. They are extremely passionate about seeing couples “thrive” in their marriages and not “just survive!” Together they co-authored several books, their first book is entitled “Marriage Can Win” which is a transparent journey into their quest to remain victorious during the most challenging times in their marriage. The Hylick’s does not sugar coat the fact that it takes hard work, dedication, compassion, trust, forgiveness, commitment, and effective communication between both parties for a marriage to be successful. Even when the pressures of life pushed them to what they thought was their limit, they fought their way back to build a marriage that can win. This “dynamic duo” has served as co- facilitators in the Marriage Ministry at their local church, have been active participants in The Healing Rooms and Instructors in the Bible Institute. They are the co-Founders of Covenant Kingdom Builders (2006), an online ministry devoted to building God’s Kingdom one marriage at a time!
The Hylick’s are the visionaries of Marriage Can Win, a platform founded to help couples who, while dominating their professional lives, are faltering in their personal ones. The Hylick’s are enthusiastic about maintaining the sanctity of marriage and believe that people can avoid divorce in most cases. With that in mind, the couple works tirelessly to provide the tools and techniques to help marriages thrive. The Hylicks have several webinars, courses, e books and marriage assessments housed within their Marriage Can Win Academy online platform to help couples build healthy, strong marriages, from the privacy of their own homes, which can be accessed through their website marriagescanwin.com. Furthering their efforts, they are the popular podcast hosts of Marriage Can Win Show and the co-authors of books such as Wife Material, Girl Get Up and Win, Marriage Can Win and Struggling to Keep the Vows.
These College sweethearts met on the highest of Seven Hills at Florida A & M University (FAMU). Eric is a graduate of FAMU with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems and received an MBA In Project Management. He is currently a Senior Sales Architect with Oracle Corporation. Dr. Sakeisha is also a FAMU Graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, a Doctorate in Pharmacy.Dr. Sakeisha is a retired registered pharmacist that has served in a leadership capacity for 18+ years. The Hylick’s mission is to help couples Build Healthy, Strong Marriages, Build Successful Businesses and Build Generational Wealth. The couple currently resides in Windermere, Florida with their two teenage children.
05:40 “A lot of people are looking for immediate gratification. They want something right away but they are unwilling to commit and dedicate themselves to put in time and effort that’s needed in order for any type of relationship to be successful. A relationship requires nurturing, time, and attention.” – Dr. Sakeisha Hylick
06:02 “Some people are willing or committed but they give up because someone may no longer meet the need that they need. And sometimes it’s not even expressed.” – Dr. Sakeisha Hylick
06:26 “Instant gratification will kill your marriage, your dreams, or your business.” – Daniel Gomez
07:51 “Great marriage or relationship takes time. You have to build.” – Eric Hylick
15:31 “Sometimes, when we pray for things, the way God brings it to you may not be the way you envisioned.” – Dr. Sakeisha Hylick
16:41 “There are lessons you need to learn as you go along the way. We just have to be mindful that our pattern and our plan may not always line up with God’s plan.” – Dr. Sakeisha Hylick
17:58 “Stop looking at other people’s lanes and look at where you are in your lane. God put you in a car, equipped you with all the gadgets and equipment to run in your lane to affect the people.” – Eric Hylick
18:18 “Sometimes we go through challenges, and we want to give up because it’s not materializing or manifesting the way we feel it should be. But don’t give up and go back to the drawing board.” – Dr. Sakeisha Hylick
21:50 “God has a plan for each and every one of us. And just because my plan isn’t identical to someone else’s plan, it doesn’t make it any less valuable. God knows what we can handle. He knows where he wants us to go. But we have to be willing to go there.” – Dr. Sakeisha Hylick
22:35 “We all have a gift. So you got to operate and live in your gift in life and in business. Stop trying to walk in somebody else’s gifting.” – Daniel Gomez
27:41 “Trust is built. Sometimes you have a breach of trust but you have to slowly build it up. Action changes things.” – Eric Hylick
28:10 “You just have to recognize that when you walk in forgiveness, it’s for you. While you’re carrying that baggage around and what someone else has done, they’re going on with their life, and you’re still harboring the pain that’s preventing you from going forward. They’re going on, but you’re still stuck.” -Dr. Sakeisha Hylick
29:48 “Don’t allow someone to push you back into an area you pray for deliverance from.” -Dr. Sakeisha Hylick
31:09 “Find out the source or cause of the partnership failure. Learn from it and keep going.” – Eric Hylick
41:31 “Persevere, be watchful, and discern because even in a flock, there are some wolves in sheep’s clothing.” – Eric Hylick
43:41 “You got to get off the mat, get up and walk. You just need to keep moving because God bless a moving target. If you move he can bless you.” – Daniel Gomez
48:29 “When it comes to business, you have to be willing to go back to the drawing board. You’re not going to always get it right the first time around. Be coachable and be willing to go back to the table and be sensitive when it is your season to pivot.” – Dr. Sakeisha Hylick
50:42 “Seek counsel, but have your vision for yourself and for your business. Always remember your vision and it should always fit into your plan.” – Eric Hylick
50:55 “When there is no vision, the people perish. You have to get a bigger vision because our vision is only from our perspective.” – Daniel Gomez
51:50 “When the clouds are dark and the wind is blowing, reboot your business, your vision, and your plate.” – Eric Hylick
53:54 “God has a purpose and a plan for your life. Sometimes things may not work out the way we feel that it should work out. But God’s plan will prevail.” – Dr. Sakeisha Hylick