How to handle situations where other men may become jealous of you or your success with other women and try to provoke a fight. Why it’s always best to use self deprecating humor and not take insults personally to diffuse potentially awkward or dangerous situations. Why it’s always best to assume that deep down, everyone you encounter wants to be your friend and be like you; therefore, make it easy for them. “To resist the influence of others, knowledge of oneself is most important.” ~ Teal’c.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a guy who is applying what I teach and getting great results with women. However, he sometimes comes across other men who seem to be jealous or envious of his success. He says they try to provoke him to fight. I tell him what to do instead so he can make a friend.
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“Wars can be prevented just as surely as they can be provoked… and we who fail to prevent them, must share the guilt for the dead.” ~ General Omar N. Bradley, General of the US Army (1893-1981)