Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan agreed in writing in a “relationship agreement” before they were married to spend 100 minutes of alone time with each other each week away from work.
Rapper Jay-Z and singer/wife Beyonce have a pre-nup in which she earns $5 million for each child they have together. It’s not the money. They are worth over $1 billion together. It’s about placing yet another value on becoming a parent.
Actress Nicole Kidman and singer Keith Urban have a pre-nup in which Urban gets $600,000 for every year he remains narcotics and alcohol free.
Jessica Biel receives $500,000 if Justin Timberlake cheats. They are worth $248 million together.
This is not about the money. It’s about goals.
When goals are clearly stated whether they are in “relationship agreements”, pre-nuptials, employment contracts or even Valentine “I Love You cards”, they have the best chance of success.
Imagine trying to solve a problem without stating specifically what the problem is.
Goals cannot be reached unless they are assigned a value and committed in a document as a blueprint for success.
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