In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three emails from three different viewers. All three are struggling with their own self perception of worthiness. They are all in their forties while the women they are dating, or were dating, are in their twenties. None of the women seemed to have a problem with the fact that they were older until their needy and insecure tendencies came out, and then things went sideways.
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“In life your self-perception will tend to be how others perceive you also. If you perceive yourself as too old, too inexperienced, undesirable, not smart enough, not good enough, not good looking enough, lacking something, etc., members of the opposite sex will tend to perceive you that way also. Why? Human beings tend to act in accordance with their beliefs about themselves, whether those beliefs are accurate or not. The best way to banish limiting beliefs and perceptions about yourself is to take action in spite of your fears consistently to manifest what you really want over time. Eventually, there will be overwhelming evidence in your life of what you wanted, but once feared you could not have or become. It’s easy to be confident and certain when your dreams are a reality, so sometimes you’ll have to take action based upon faith and desire only, and trust that things will work out for you someday.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne