In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two different emails from two different viewers. I talk about the power of questions, leading conversations and how the person asking questions is the one who is in control of the conversation. I discuss how you can talk from a position of strength, authority, abundance, dominance and present yourself to potential lovers, friends, employers, investors, etc., and use the power of asking the right questions to cause others to see you as high status, value and extreme desirability to get people to give you what you want effortlessly. You can do all this without a job, no romantic options, no money, no friends, no social life, etc., and cause people to want to willingly and eagerly give you what you feel you are lacking or wanting in life.
In the first email I discuss a viewer who is considering moving to another state, renting out his current home, getting a new job and taking advantage of the massive abundance of beautiful women his current town seems to be lacking. I discuss a plan of action he can take to make the process easy, seamless and effortless. The second email is from a viewer who has spent the past several years being the butler and manservant of his ex-girlfriend in hopes that she will want to rekindle things romantically. All he ever gets is a peck on the cheek, and rejection and ridicule over his marriage proposals. He’s thinking about getting a regular nine to five job and cutting back on his acting career as things have slowed down. He’s getting lots of auditions, but very few parts lately. I discuss the situation with his ex and how he can still focus on his passion and get what he really wants in life.
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Author, Speaker, Peak Performance Coach, Entrepreneur
“Sometimes in life we come to the realization that our intimate relationships, our friendships, our career or even where we live, no longer serve us and it’s time to move on to something better or new. Most people tend to say in jobs, relationships, friendships, careers and communities longer than they should. Your ability to be happy and fulfilled in life is in direct proportion to the amount of change and uncertainty that you can comfortably live with. The only constant in life is change. Nothing stays the same forever. Everything you build and everyone you love will eventually die and turn to dust, including you. There comes a time when you must make a stand for who you are and what you believe in. You can either choose to take action towards the magnificent life you want to create, or you can choose to settle, be average and mediocre. You should only choose the latter if you truly believe you can be ok while on your deathbed, knowing that you never tried to reach, and live your full potential. That’s something to think about.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne