The benefits of having a purpose and mission in life and having a life outside of your relationships. How not having a compelling purpose or mission that you are passionate about, or having a life outside of your relationships, can cause relationship drama and problems.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three different emails from three different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who discusses how my book and videos have improved his game with women. The second email is from a viewer who met an attractive woman as he was getting a new smart phone. He did a good job of flirting and she even volunteered that she was divorced and therefore single. However, instead of asking for her phone number or setting a date, he choked. He asks how he should go about getting her phone number by going back in to see her.
The third email is from a viewer whose fiancee, who he has been with for five years, told him that she needed space, was confused, wanted to spend more time with her friends and that she really didn’t know herself. He backed off and has not heard from her in a week. He says that he started to act like a “weak bitch” prior to her pushing him away due to some mild depression. I explain to him that because he was unhappy with his life, he did not have a life outside of his fiancee and that because he depended upon her as the source of his happiness, that these are the main reasons for the problems in his relationship. I also discuss what he should be focusing on going forward to re-attract his fiancee, and how to create a compelling life for himself that he can be proud of.
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“All men and women should have a purpose and mission to pursue and believe in. Something that is so emotionally compelling to them, that living without it feels like living a life that is less than what they are capable of living. When you create a great life for yourself full of great friends, a great lifestyle and a compelling and meaningful mission and purpose, you become a complete, whole, well-rounded and content person. By being at your best personally and having a complete life, you put yourself in a vibrational state that is most conducive to creating and maintaining great relationships of all kinds. Happy and fulfilled people are the most fun to be around for a reason. If you are not presently happy and fulfilled, then endeavor to do the work necessary to build a life, and social circle you would be proud of, and, who others would want to be a part of.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne