Why the most self loving way to look at all of your relationships and a good measuring stick to is to ask yourself regarding others: “Are you good for me?” The importance of making sure that all people in your life are a net positive and why you should delete those who are a net negative regarding what they contribute to your life, your happiness and your relationship with them.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three different emails from three different viewers. Two of the emails are from men who are trying to save their marriages. Since women tend to come from the place of “Are you good for me?” and these guys are not taking care of their mission and purpose, their women are obviously not feeling safe and comfortable. They are also not communicating with their women like adults, but instead arguing.
The third email is from a guy who has seen his fear and lack of confidence start to evaporate after reading my book, watching my videos and applying the wisdom he has been learning. This will help him remain objective and make sure he chooses a woman who is good for him instead of just getting focused on a woman’s beauty and sex appeal.
“The quality of your life is in direct proportion to the quality of the questions you consistently ask yourself; and the quality of the people who you consistently spend your time with. Here are some great questions to continually ask yourself regarding who you should let into your inner circle and life experience and who you should delete: Are you helping me achieve what I want? Do you inspire and encourage me? Are you a good influence upon me? Are you a giver or an energy vampire and taker? Do you leave me feeling happy or do you leave me feeling emotionally, mentally, spiritually and physically fleeced? Are our goals and values aligned? Are you an honorable and trustworthy person? Do you keep your word? Do you celebrate and appreciate me, or merely tolerate me to get what you want? Are you a net contributor to my life or merely a consumer of my life-force, resources and energy? Do you make consistent effort to make me feel loved and appreciated?” ~ Coach Corey Wayne