Why men must be sure of themselves, sure of what they want and sure of what their mission and purpose is in life, or it will lead to bitchiness, flakiness, indecisiveness, drama, breakups, heartache and problems from their women in their intimate relationships.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three different emails from three different viewers. One of the emails is from a man who has been standing up for himself, being clear in his intent and stating to his girlfriend that he is not ready to get married and have kids yet. Because he acts like a man, she loves him and is going along with what he wants because she perceives him as a great boyfriend and that it would be hard for her to find someone better.
The other two emails are from guys who are either unsure of their purpose in life or they are mistakenly making their woman their purpose. Predictably, their women are unsure of them and jerking them around. These are great emails of the difference between men who know what they want and go for it without compromise, and men who are constantly compromising their own values in order to seek the approval of women and getting nowhere.
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“A man must be sure of himself, what he wants and what his mission and purpose is in life if he wants to be successful in his intimate relationships. Feminine energy is about opening up to receive a man’s love and strength. When men lack direction, clear goals and focus or are indecisive about what they want, it will cause their women to not feel safe and comfortable trusting their masculine core. This will lead to their women often becoming bitchy, flakey, indecisive, unsure of their relationship and causing drama in an effort to cause their men to step up, be decisive, be leaders and be the men they are capable of being. If these men fail to step up, their women will eventually leave them.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne