Why men must do what their hearts compel them to do anytime it has to do with their mission and life’s purpose. That sometimes may mean ending personal, business and career relationships when they are in conflict with their goals and dreams.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who told his girlfriend he would be staying in her country to finish school because he had a contract job for the next year. However, when he started the job he found that the job and the pay totally sucked.
He has decided to move back to his country and finish school there. He feels bad because he is now going back on his word to his girlfriend that he would stay. She is open to long distance dating, but is understandably upset.
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“Sometimes life can bring unexpected changes in career, business and personal relationships that causes current relationships and circumstances to dissolve. Your comfort zone is where you are most uncomfortable. Why? It’s how you will grow the most and reach your full potential. It does not serve you or those around you to live a life that is less than you are capable of living. Sacrificing who you are and shelving your dreams in order to please others will only make you miserable and cause you to resent those who you changed for in order to please them. The right people will love & support you no matter what you choose in life. The wrong people or weak people will expect you to sacrifice your own happiness and dreams so they don’t feel uncomfortable, despite the fact it makes you miserable. Life is too short to spend it trying to live up to the unreasonable expectations of others.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne