Why it’s never too late to learn and apply new knowledge to become the person you’ve always wanted to be. Why it is possible to teach an old dog new tricks, but only by being open to learning and applying new knowledge.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss five emails from five different viewers. In the first email the viewer found out about my work from his younger brother who insisted he get my book. He’s in his early fifties and after reading it he realized everything he knew about women was wrong. He discusses all of the great things he’s learned and how my book has completely changed the way he looks at things. He now understands why all of his previous relationships ended. He discusses what a humbling experience it has been to learn how wrong he was at his age. He realized he never acted like a strong man with women.
Another viewer is now coming to the realization that most women also do not understand how attraction works and often come off as needy to him. Another viewer was great at attracting his girlfriend and getting her to fall in love, but due to his arguing with her, not understanding how to communicate, getting complacent and not courting her properly, she put him in friends zone. Another viewer was starting to date a woman, but then he met her girlfriend and realized he liked her more. He wonders what to do now. Another viewer is creating unnecessary drama and problems with his sex playmate because he is getting all butt-hurt over stupid things instead of being playful and fun.
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Author, Speaker, Peak Performance Coach, Entrepreneur
“Most people by the time they hit their thirties have stretched outside their maximum comfort zone limits of who they think they are capable of becoming, and will not go any further. From that point forward they tend to major in minor things due to their fear of the unknown, fear of success, fear of failure or fear that they won’t be loved and accepted by their friends, family, peer group or potential lovers. Everything in nature dies when it stops growing. The only way to truly live and expand who you are is to continue to learn and grow beyond your comfort zone. Why? You’re either growing, expanding and becoming more, or you’re slowly dying… little by little… piece by piece.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne