In this video coaching newsletter I discuss four emails from four different viewers. The first email is from a woman who has been following my work and has several questions about things guys are doing that she is dating. The other three are from men who are encountering broken dates, having doubts and experiencing inconsistencies from the women they are involved with.
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“Human beings tend to project their fears, doubts, weird hangups, idiosyncrasies, mistakes, faults and flaws onto other people in order to deflect blame and not take any responsibility for their own mistakes, screw-ups and actions. It’s how most people delude themselves into believing it’s someone else’s fault or responsibility for the problems or things that aren’t going well in their lives. A key to success is taking personal responsibility for everything that happens in your life; that way you can make changes, adapt your approach and take corrective action when necessary, instead of living a lie and getting nowhere.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne