Why men must lead in their intimate relationships, learn when to listen and when to give advice or they risk turning their women off to the point that they become bitchy, argumentative & difficult to be with.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer whose girlfriend of 2 1/2 years has been bitchy, not too interested in sex and not a lot of fun to be with lately. He wonders what he can do to turn things around.
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“People tend to like you more if you are a good listener instead of always trying to give unsolicited advice or always doing the talking. Asking quality questions that elicit the other persons true feelings, wants, needs & desires creates rapport between them and you. If you are always talking and telling people what you think they need or want to hear, it will often lead to their becoming frustrated and indifferent to what you have to say. As the saying goes… become a good listener, because your ears will never get you into trouble.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne