In this video coaching newsletter, I discuss two email success stories. The first email is from a twenty-one year old guy who lost his father at 14 and was raised by his mother and four sisters. He says he had trouble becoming a man as a result. He discovered my work earlier this year. He shares how my book taught him to live and be a man, focus on his purpose, become a better leader and get into the longest relationship he’s ever had.
The second email is from a guy who has really struggled to get over his previous ex girlfriends, usually taking 7 years each. He details how my work helped him to get over his last breakup much quicker and attract and keep the hottest and most successful woman he’s ever dated, even though he is struggling financially. These are two more great success stories that illustrate how focusing on developing yourself, your purpose and mission are the key to unlocking your personal and professional potential. My comments are in (bold parenthesis like this below) in the bodies of their emails.
First Viewer’s Email:
This is not a coaching email, but rather an email thanking you for your work. My father died when I was 14 years old, and I had almost no positive influences or guidance in life. I grew up with four sisters and my mother, and most of the older guys I knew were my sisters drugged out boyfriends. I had trouble becoming a man, because I did not know where to start.
(In those years where it’s really critical, unfortunately, your dad wasn’t there.)
I discovered your book and work earlier this year. I am 21 now.I went to your book for relationship tips, but came out with how to live and be a man. When I finished reading your book the first time, I felt so natural and confident. I felt as if I was restored to who I used to be or was meant to be. I was restored to my natural masculine.
(That’s the beauty of what’s in the book. Whether you’re a man or a woman, it really helps you align to what your true essence is and focus on the behaviors and the things that are at your core. It will help you undo all of that bullshit programming we get in society from TV, movies and the media, teaching men and women both to act the opposite of what comes naturally, and just totally fucks things up.)
You have helped in all aspects of my life. I became a better captain for my college football team, I am now in my longest relationship ever with a beautiful woman, I have just graduated college and am now going to China to teach at a college. Most importantly, I am pursuing my purpose relentlessly. I am in financial debt, but it is only an obstacle to be overcome!
(That’s the right way to look at it.)
Thank you for your work. You are a great role model, mentor and leader. I look forward to paying it forward in all aspects of my life.
(Well, the awesome thing is, because you embody these behaviors, this vibe, this energy, you unconsciously give everybody you meet and spend time with permission to be the same way, because you’re so comfortable in it. We all tend to entrain with the higher and more efficient way and vibration of living and being. That’s why everybody wants to be around the captain of the football team. That’s why everybody wants to date the captain of the cheerleaders. Because they’re happy, they’re beautiful, they’re successful, they’re a leader. What does the word LEAD mean? It means to go first. And if the leader is doing it, everybody else feels comfortable doing it as well.
The leader takes all of the arrows, the rocks, the verbal assaults and all of those nasty things, and they keep moving forward, embodying their mission and purpose in life. You make it easy for everybody else around you to be successful, because you’re showing the way just by your example. As the great Sun Tzu said, “A leader leads by example, not by force.” Your life is your example, and you influence everybody visually and invisibly, whether they know it or not.)
One request. If you could give me any type of book list about being a man or growing as person in general, I’d greatly appreciate it. I want to continue to grow as much as I can.
(If you click the Products tab on my website, and scroll down a little bit, there you will see a list of books, audiotapes or courses I recommend. There’s a whole library of a lot of great stuff that has impacted me.)
Second Viewer’s Email:
Dear Coach Corey:
I found your work online back in 2013, after ending a 2-year relationship with a fiancé. I was the perfect alpha male when I met her, my new health insurance agency after 3 years was going well and she was crazy about me. She had 3 children at home and was a perfect 10 in my book. I allowed her to get away with extremely bad behavior,
(No one will ever do or say anything to you that you don’t invite them to do),and everything started to go drastically down hill at the year and a half mark. You words and free videos online slapped me in the face like a little biatch!
(I’m like a good friend that will look you right in the eye and say, dude, you’re being a pussy. It’s time to man up, time to stop being a floppy cock, and take care of you. Do what needs to be fucking done. A good friend’s not going to bullshit you or blow sunshine up your ass. A good friend is going to try to help you be better.)
I broke up with her in late spring of 2013, paid another coach $1,000 during a 30 day no contact, and after reconnecting with her, I kept on messing up. YOU helped me, because that is when I found your work, read your book multiple times and with a broken heart, continued to mess up. I was a total wreck, even when I started half-heartedly applying your principles.
(At least you did. As I discussed in my article and video, “Asking For A Friend: Typical Nice Guy?” where a guy is giving thousands of dollars to women he’s trying to date that won’t even go to dinner with him, half-heartedly is better than nothing at all. No matter where you are, there’s always somebody who is fucking up more.)
I had them in the beginning of all of my relationships, but never knew how to keep them.
(That’s why my book focuses on the pickup skills you need, the dating skills and the relationship skills to maintain it. The book flows in that order. Every guy knows some part of what they need to know to be successful with women, and my book fills in those knowledge gaps.)
I took a break from dating and grieved, cried and felt destitute for over two years,
(Well, you’ve got to feel it to heal it. Everybody processes differently),while staying in touch with you and your work. All of my heartbreaks took me at least 7 years to really get over, however, this one only took three. I just kept listening and realizing that I am the prize and a wonderful gift to women.
(As Will Smith said, “Before anyone else in the world believes it, you have to believe it.” So good for you. You had some faith. Maybe you had to fake it until you made it for awhile, but you’re doing alright.)
You helped me realize what a man is.
About eight months ago, I met a very wealthy owner of a law practice in Miami who is a 15 on a scale of 1-10. She is rich, amazing and loves the living shiiiiiit out of me. As an insurance agent with great success before Obama and his mama, the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare still causes me to seek out other business opportunities. However, your teaching has caused me to be the rock I have become for my new love today.
Even though I have money and wealthy friends backing me until I figure out what my next move is, she respects me, and it is because of the fundamentals that you teach.
(Well, it’s because you’re acting like a man. Because you act like a man and embody the things I teach consistently, and you know how to communicate with her, she loves the living shit out of you. Good for you. You should have somebody that you think is fucking spectacular. You deserve to be happy.)
Thank you Coach Corey and share this if you can.
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“Masculine energy is about purpose, drive, mission, succeeding, breaking through barriers, overcoming challenges, courage, accomplishing and striving to reach your full potential. Women are naturally more attracted to men who take risks, go for what they want and who have a mission and purpose that energizes them and that they are relentlessly pursuing to achieve, despite any obstacle. Any man who embodies these traits and vibe will be infinitely more attractive and desirable to women, than a man who is simply dabbling his way through life without focusing on or trying to master anything in particular.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne
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