Why assuming and acting like you are a high value person who has a lot to offer to a member of the opposite sex will cause others to perceive you as having high value also. Why this creates attraction and makes not only potential lovers, but employers, business partners, friends, etc., feel like you are someone they should have in their life or on their team.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who got dumped by his girlfriend. After begging, pleading, stalking and acting weak he realized he was getting nowhere. After having one phone coaching session with me, he followed what I told him to do and now she has started blowing up his phone. He asks what his next move should be to get her back.
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“Before anyone else will perceive you as a person who has high value, you have to act, think and believe as if you are a high value person in your own eyes. People tend to see us as we see ourselves. If you have a negative self image, others will see this, sense this and treat you accordingly. Since your belief is so strong, your actions, words and deeds will communicate your belief for you. It doesn’t matter if that belief is accurate or not. Therefore, make a conscious choice to see yourself as awesome, even if you have to fake it until you make it. Your mind does not know the difference between thoughts or imagination.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne