How living your truth and purpose enables you to reach your full potential and accomplish your grandest goals and dreams.
In this video coaching newsletter, I discuss an email success story from a viewer who has been following my work since March, and has read my book four times so far. He describes how my work helped him to focus on and live his truth and purpose and give him tremendous confidence. He explains how he recently found a better job that allows him to work remotely, live where he wants and has a much better company culture, where great employees are valued and taken care of.
He credits my work as helping him to place a high value on himself and what he has to offer, which led him to find an even better job with better work conditions, better company culture and higher pay. My comments are in (bold parenthesis like this below) in the body of his email.
I hope you’re having an awesome day. I’m terrific! I’m writing to express my gratitude and thanks to you. Obviously, like other men, I greatly appreciate the guidance and wisdom on improving one’s game with women, particularly as a result of being the best version of one’s self and living one’s truth and purpose. This alone is worthwhile information and has given me tremendous confidence.
(When you’re growing more confidence and being more successful, especially in your career, your life is better. You’ve improved yourself, you’ve improved the quality of your life, and therefore your confidence has gone up and you’re happier. When you’re happier, you smile more, you’re more willing to take risks, and guess who notices that. Women, obviously. It makes it even easier to succeed.)
However, what I appreciate even more is the angle of your approach. Unlike many alpha male wannabe coaches, your knowledge rings true, because it is fueled by courage, compassion, kindness, and spiritual wisdom. I admire this greatly, and I am grateful for it.
I learned of you in March, and have read your book 4 times since. Don’t give me crap about it.
(That’s good, but you can always do better.)
I know I need to get to 10-15, but am also reading and working on other areas of improvement at the same time. It is an ongoing project.
(You can never stop evolving. You never stop growing.)
I am single, 46, and have a great job in the music industry, but, ultimately, I wasn’t feeling as appreciated as I know I deserve, despite it being the best job I’ve ever had.
(People want to feel like they’re part of something, their feedback is listened to, and some of their ideas get implemented, but if you’re constantly shut down, eventually you feel like it doesn’t matter what you do or what you can contribute, and this is what happens. You start looking around for a better company culture, more pay, and better working conditions, and that was exactly what you were able to get for yourself.)
I have since acquired a new job in the same industry, starting Oct 10th, with a great company that pays more, and allows me to work remotely, anywhere in the country.
(That’s fucking great dude. Congratulations.)
The culture of the company places high value on appreciating their employees.
(So you’ve got a better job with a better work culture, and obviously better pay. That will make you even happier, and you’ll be even more attractive to women. If you’re able to work from wherever you want, you get more control over your time. That’s really what success is, being able to get up every day and spend your life the way you want. The reality is, most people in the world don’t get to experience that.
You get more control of your time, and you have all of these great things. You’re now going to be even more attractive to women. That means you’ll get even more attention, and when you get more attention, what happens? Your confidence goes up even more, you become an even better catch, you get noticed more, and you have more choices.)
I’m super excited. Not only that, I can move out of LA, to a place where I can buy a home, and live in a beautiful environment that pleases me. All of this change I relate directly to reading your book and listening to your videos, repeatedly focusing on the importance of placing high value on myself and living how I want.
I promised myself when I found and signed on for the new job I was seeking, I would reach out to you with my thanks and a donation for your help. Hence, here we are. Kindly accept this gift as a token of my deep gratitude and appreciation for you and your gifts to the world.
(He donated a very generous donation, $500. That’s pretty awesome. I appreciate that. I always appreciate donations.)
Thank you, brother. It is a pleasure having you on the planet!
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From my heart to yours,
Author, Speaker, Peak Performance Coach, Entrepreneur
“You must value yourself first before you will cause others to highly value what you are and have to offer. When you place a high value on yourself, you start to recognize who values you and who doesn’t. When you love yourself, you’ll stand up for yourself and won’t tolerate being taken for granted or being taken advantage of. People who highly value themselves will leave friendships, romantic relationships and jobs when their boundaries and values are continually violated, and replace and upgrade them with superior ones.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne