How to create attraction to get dates or 2nd dates, how to properly handle texting and communicating to set dates, and how to tell if a woman is really interested in you, or if you are simply just wasting your time.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three different emails from three different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who has been going through a divorce. He recently started dating a new woman. On their fourth date, a group date no no super-cockblock clam-slam, his ex wife to be shows up with her new boyfriend. It was awkward and his date told him afterwards that they should not date anymore.
The second email is from a viewer who met a woman at work who he really liked, but she had a boyfriend. He took the friendship route. She broke up with her boyfriend and then informed him she was already dating a new guy. He asked why she did not give him a chance to date her. Her answer left him scratching his head. The third email is from a viewer who started dating a woman who really liked him at first. Now? She’s acting flakey, not spending time with him and not calling him back when she said she would.
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“The difference between winning and losing is often a matter of not quitting. Most people have dreams and goals in their early twenties. However, usually by the end of their twenties and early thirties, they have given up on their dreams and goals, and have adopted a consistent pattern of always settling for less than what they are capable of, or want. They settle in their careers, intimate relationships, friendships and the lifestyles that they lead. Many people eventually wake up and realize that life is going to end someday, and the reality that they are living someone else’s life, instead of one of their own design and choosing. This often manifests itself as a mid-life crisis and one last desperate attempt to shake themselves out of their mediocre lives, and back onto the paths that they gave up on in their twenties. Otherwise, their destiny is to one day realize that they wasted their lives, and their opportunities to become all that they are capable of becoming.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne