How letting go of who you are, enables you to become the person you are supposed to be, so you can attract the kind of women you’ve always wanted.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who has been making slow and steady progress towards becoming the man he is capable of being after his divorce. He’s working on not being so attached, needy and over pursuing women he really likes. He started dating a woman after his divorce that he really liked, but he over-pursued her and drove her away. He mistakenly was looking to his ideal woman to be the source of his happiness instead of focusing on making himself happy first.
He’s gotten back in the gym, focused on his purpose and is dating multiple women to improve his dating skills. He admits that he still has a ways to go, but he is no longer an emotional basket case by constantly obsessing over whether or not things will work out with the woman he really wants.
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“When you let go of who you are and start focusing on the actions you need to take in order to become the person you are capable of being, you will enable yourself to move forward, get unstuck and reach your full potential. By moving towards what you want and taking action in-spite of your fears, you expand your comfort zone and move beyond who you are presently. The only way to reach your full potential is to do the things that you know you need to do, but that scare the crap out of you. You can either choose to let your fears limit you and your potential like most mediocre people do, or you can be one of the brave few who overcomes their fears and accomplishes the things most people only dream of.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne