In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who found out his wife was cheating on him with a 22 year old dude. He and his soon to be ex-wife have two young children. He never imagined this would happen to him. He’s having a hard time accepting the fact that his marriage is over and that his wife left him for a much younger guy. He also hates his job and his family is a constant source of aggravation and interference in his life. His father is very confrontational towards his ex-wife to be which only makes things more difficult. He does not know what his purpose is or what to do next.
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“The only constant in life is change. If you don’t learn to change with it and become grateful for the opportunity to create something newer and even better than what you had previously, you will suffer tremendously and have an extremely difficult time finding a way to enjoy your life and be happy. The more comfortable you become at being in a constant state of creation and re-creation when things that no longer serve you dissolve, the more effortless and exciting life will become to you. Most of the time, things you dream about and are constantly working on and taking action to perfect, will take many years and even decades to accomplish. If you can accept this truth about life and creating your dreams, you will find yourself smiling more, being happy more and not getting so bent out of shape when it feels like you are spinning your wheels and getting nowhere. You’ll be able to keep your head down and continue plowing forward taking action towards what you want to create, knowing that someday, success will be inevitable. Successful people simply are able to outlast everyone else because they persist without exception.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne