In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three different emails from there different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who decided to leave his loveless marriage several months ago. His divorce papers are filed and as he was siting at home in his new place one night contemplating his new life, he decided he wanted to meet some new women. So he went to the mall and started chatting women up. He got several rejections and then noticed an absolutely stunning woman working in one of the mall stores. She took his breath away. He walked into her store like James Bond, started making her laugh and when he asked for her number, she enthusiastically said yes! Later when he Googled her name, he realized she had won their state beauty pageant.
The second email is from a viewer who details his struggles with his abusive childhood, getting bullied, overcoming shyness, feeling inferior and ultimately how he got to the place he is now. He has a woman who adores him, pursues him and asked him to become her boyfriend just like my book teaches. The third email is from a viewer who shares how he is now engaged to marry his dream girl thanks to what he has learned from me.
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From my heart to yours,
Author, Speaker, Peak Performance Coach, Entrepreneur
“Our problems, challenges and struggles are what shapes us into what we are capable of becoming. Like a good lover can help smooth over our rough edges, our most challenging times and darkest hours can help us to become humble, grateful, teach us patience and understanding, and help us to find the gift in every situation. We often have no control over the things that happen to us in life, but if we look for the hidden gift, lesson and meaning in every setback, disappointment, challenge and failure, we can become a little better today, than we were yesterday. Small incremental daily improvements, can teach us how to master ourselves, our lives, and our fates slowly over time.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne