Why developing a positive and optimistic attitude in life and seeing the positive in every life experience is essential to maintaining a healthy self esteem, confidence and success long term.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss four different emails from four different viewers. Two of them are having a string of great successes applying what I teach, and the other two are struggling in their interactions with women.
One of the guys who is struggling went out on six dates and finally slept with her on their last date. The only problem is now she seems to be too busy to spend time with him and she has not called him to tell him when she is free to get together next. He said the sex was okay and not his best performance, but he’s perplexed as to why she seems to be so disinterested in seeing him when the week before she was excited and willing to clear her schedule for him. The other guy who is struggling was being a total pussy in his own words, but now that he has backed off after letting her walk all over him, he has not heard from her.
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“In life you’re not always going to win every time. Sometimes you will win and sometimes you will lose. The most important thing is not whether you win or lose, but how you manage your own internal psychology and state. Winners expect to win and they also expect to fail. Once you can accept the fact that life is not always going to go the way you want or turn out the way you expect, only then will you be able to lose your attachment to any outcome. The key is to always give your best, expect to win, but be ok with whatever shows up in your life. It does not matter how many times you get knocked down, but that you continue to get back up again and take your next shot. Learn to live one moment at a time and one play at a time so you never let disappointments, setbacks or challenges negatively affect your progress and effort going forward. Otherwise, you’re simply allowing failure, fear and uncertainty to hijack your emotions and prevent you from giving your very best. Never give up, never give in and never back down from what you want in life.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne