Why you need to define and demonstrate who you are and live your truth if you want to be happy, successful, earn the respect of others and become attractive to members of the opposite sex.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three emails from three different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who is fed up with people telling him who he needs to be and what he needs to do. He feels that other people do not respect him. The second email is from a viewer who made his girlfriend the center of his life instead of his purpose. Predictably, he got dumped.
The third email is from a viewer who was devastated when his girlfriend, who he thought was “the one,” dumped him and started dating another guy. He found my work, refocused his attention on his purpose and mission in life and shortly thereafter, he met a really hot, goal oriented woman who is all over him. He’s made a complete transformation as a man. The icing on the cake? His ex-girlfriend is now contacting him again because she regrets dumping him. He now has… choice with women.
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“You need to be the captain of your ship, the commander of your soul and take full responsibility for your own success and happiness in life. Most people are too concerned about what others will think about them, seeking the approval of others and trying to live up to the unreasonable expectations of others, to really go for what they want in life without fear. Truly successful people create a life of their own design, not one that others or society has scripted for them. March to the beat of your own drum, focus relentlessly on what you want, take consistent action, be infinitely patient with your results, be slow to change your mind but quick to change your approach and your successes will eventually silence your critics.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne