In this video coaching newsletter, I discuss two emails from two different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who has been following my work for about a year now. He first started following my work back when he was, in his own words: a skinny divorced guy with no faith, a pathetic life, zero self-confidence, while working a 60-hour per week job that kept him busy, but unfulfilled. Fast-forward a year, he’s getting his master’s degree in sports business and he works as a graduate counselor. He bulked up and put on about 20 pounds of muscle and says he also has his faith back in God. He credits my work as the catalyst for his total life transformation. He even sent a picture of his beautiful girlfriend along with his email, which I’m not going to share, but they look really happy. It’s another great success story of how you can go from where you are right now to where you want to be in under a year. The second email is from a viewer who has read my book 12 times over the course of the last two years. He shares a recent success story of how he met a woman that he really liked, and later got in touch with her to set up a first date. She waited until the next day to respond to his text and basically said that she’s really busy. He laughed thinking to himself that she was not interested, but he replied based upon what he learned in my book, telling her to get in touch with him when she figured out her schedule. He didn’t hear from her, and then about six weeks later she shows up at his business. Needless to say, he was excited and was able to successfully set their first date. He was able to do this because he didn’t get butt hurt when she initially seemed to shoot him down, but left the door open for her to get in touch with him in the future. Now he has a first date scheduled with a woman he really likes and who obviously digs him so much, that she showed up at his business to make sure she got a chance to see him.
First viewers email:
Thank you for all the work that you do. I have been following your work for over a year now, have been studying it very closely, and I would have to say that it works tremendously! I am 33 years old and have been dating a beautiful and wonderful 39-year-old woman for over a year now. Because of you, my confidence, self-respect and self-worth have shot through the roof, and I just want to thank you from the bottom of my heart because it has helped me out so much. Before I met Jessica, my current girlfriend now, I was a skinny divorced guy with no faith, a pathetic life, and zero self-confidence, while working a 60+ hour job that kept me busy but unfulfilled in life. Now, I am working to get my Masters in Sports Business, work for a university as a Graduate Counselor where I get to advise and help prospective students on their educational future, have bulked up by 15-20 lbs. of muscle to 200 lbs., and have gotten my faith back in God. Corey, thank you for the work that you do, and if you ever make your way to my town, please drop me a line because I would love to buy you lunch and shake your hand. You are truly an amazing and wonderful human being! I have enclosed a picture of us to remind you of the great work that you do, and that I am an authentic and positive result of your work. (Everything in his life is different. He was able to read my book, watch my videos and apply the things he learned, and a year later he has results.)
From my heart to yours!
Second viewer’s email:
I have been watching your videos and have read your book 12 times over the course of a couple years. In late November, I met a woman, and we had good chemistry. I am naturally playful with all women, and she played back. I didn’t have time to set up a date on the spot, so we exchanged phone numbers. Four or five days later, I got in touch with her. I said, “Hi. When are you free to get together?” She responded the next day with, “Sorry it took so long to get back to you. I have mandatory overtime through the month of December, but MAYBE we can get together in a few weeks.” (Maybe usually means no. That tells you, you are not a priority in her life.) I read that and laughed to myself. I figured she didn’t have much interest in seeing me, so when I had the time, I replied with this, “I knew you would get back to me when you could. I’d love to see you, so get in touch with me when your schedule frees up. We can plan something then.” I never contacted her after that. (This guy is paying attention. He read my book 12 times, so when a situation like this happened, he knew what to do.)
Fast forward to the first full week of 2015, about six weeks after my initial contact. I am at my business, and it’s about 4:15 pm and this car drives up with a woman driving. Out she steps. I smirked. I knew she was there to make a date. (More than likely she was planning on blowing you off, but then she realized you were different because you meant what you said.) She walked in, smiling from ear to ear. I said, “Hey, how are you?” We made a little small talk for a couple minutes, and then she asked, “Do you remember me?” I laughed and said, “Of course I do. So, when are you free to get together?” (He was direct, decisive and right to the point.) She told me that she was free the whole weekend. I said, “Well, I’d love to see you but I can’t this weekend, so I will get a hold of you towards the end of the week, and we can plan something for early next week.” (Her attraction level rose and you didn’t do anything.) She said “Okay,” and she left. I have since contacted her and set up a date for Tuesday evening. What I find so phenomenal is that she CAME IN to make sure I knew she was interested in seeing me, no calls or texts. She flat came in. (She didn’t want to take any chance of you ditching her.) I have a strong suspicion it’s because she felt my strength in not contacting her at all after our first interaction. To be perfectly honest, I couldn’t make the weekend due to another date! (Good for you. You have an abundant lifestyle. It boils down to loving and respecting yourself and demanding that if you are in a relationship with someone, they’ve got to make mutual effort. The other person has to show up and communicate with you, or it will never work.)
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“You were designed with all of the tools, skills, gifts and talents to create a really great life and lifestyle for yourself. You are built to be successful. If you don’t know how to do something, you can seek out people who already have mastered what you want to know how to do, model what they do to get the results you want, do the same things, and therefore, you’ll get the same results as they do. To get what you want in life, you have to know what you want and why you want it, and resolve to pay the price over time to eventually make it a reality. Goal setting is not necessarily the key to achieving your goals, but committing to a process to achieve your goals is.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne