In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two different emails from two different viewers. The first email is from a 40 year old viewer who is stuck in the past regarding rejections and missed opportunities from his college days. He has yet to really practice talking with and asking women out because he is hung up on a woman who he recently blew it with, and fearful of getting rejected again. He tends to get angry and turn into a jerk when he likes a woman, thereby sabotaging his success.
He’s reading, studying, but not applying what he’s learning from me. He makes excuses instead of taking action, and when he finally does take action he tends to sabotage his chances. The second email is from a viewer whose controlling needy desperate insecure behavior got him rejected by a woman who really loved him. Every time she starts to come back, he gets angry, controlling and creates drama that leads to her keeping him in friends zone.
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“You should never take yourself or life too seriously. When we are in a fearful state, we tend to try and force things or manipulate others into doing what we want because deep down we fear they won’t want to voluntarily spend time with us, or give us what we want. You should approach potential romantic partners, business partners, friends, employers, etc., with an invitation mindset. That means inviting them to join you in participating in your already exciting life without being attached to any particular outcome. This gives them the opportunity to voluntarily co-create with you. Those who are truly aligned with your goals and values will eagerly participate, those who are not will decline or be indifferent.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne