In this video coaching newsletter I discuss four different emails from four different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who turned his relationship around after he got dumped for being too needy, nice and compliant. He still struggles sometimes with his old behavior, but he’s able to quickly spot when he pursues too much vs. not enough. The second email is from a viewer who is a PHD finance major. He is listening to his classmates who are unsuccessful with women and their beliefs that men need to make a lot of money to make women happy so they stay at home, raise the kids and will be perfectly ok with their men not spending time with them because they are too busy making money. The third email is from a viewer who found out that his girlfriend of two years has been constantly cheating on him since they got together. He’s learned his lesson and has successfully moved on from her. The fourth email is from a viewer who got dumped by his girlfriend because his life, priorities and career were totally out of balance.
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“Many men make the mistake of confusing being a good provider by making a good living, earning money and providing material things for their women, with being her knight in shining armor, her rock, her lover, her mysterious prince that she can’t get enough of. In other words, when a man becomes so caught up in his career, purpose and mission in life that he stops romancing and courting his woman properly, he mistakenly assumes that because he is providing financially, that all of her needs are magically met because he is a great money mule. Women want to be in a love story of two people designing and creating a great life together, not a story about a guy who works, makes a lot of money, but who never spends quality time with his woman or family. Guys who say that they are so busy that they never have the time for their wives, always seem to find the time for their divorce lawyers after their women have left them.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne