How to get out of the friends-zone when you want something romantic and she says that she only wants to be friends. How to strategically go for what you want, be consistent and get a woman you want, or your ex to want to be more than just friends with you. How to get centered and remain centered in your purpose so that you get the things you want in life, and the woman or women you want to want you back.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss four different emails from four different viewers. One of them is trying to get his ex back, but due to the fact that he is doing what everyone else wants him to do instead of doing what he wants, his ex-girlfriend is unsure and confused. Another email is from a viewer who has a woman doing everything but wearing a neon sign on her forehead saying that she wants him. He’s a little clueless and obviously has not read my book yet.
Another viewer went out on two dates, but got the “lets just be friends speech” when he asked her to spend his birthday with him on only their 3rd date. He stood up to her and said no thanks to being friends only, and made a date on his birthday with another woman who brought him a cake! The other one still contacts him, but he’s unsure of how to proceed to get out of friends zone. The fourth email is from a viewer who met a woman at a restaurant where she worked, made a date on the spot, but then he did not go to the right place for their date! Now she seems to act like he does not exist when he goes to her workplace.
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“A man’s purpose must be paramount in his life. It comes before everything else. A man should build his life and his relationships centered around his purpose and mission in life. He should build it in such a way that everyone and everything in his life supports, encourages and facilitates his purpose being accomplished. A man must never give up who he is or what he wants in order to become what he thinks he needs to be to hold onto what he wants, or people he wants in his life. When a man becomes uncentered, adrift and makes his purpose secondary to a woman or things that other people want for him, his woman will become flakey, unsure, bitchy and eventually leave him. In the long run, any false constructs he has built upon other people’s expectations or wishes will dissolve anyway, as they are not aligned with his heart, desires, goals or ideals.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne