Why you need to understand why you want what you want before you start taking action to achieve it or you are setting yourself up for failure and disappointment. Have you ever thought about why you want what you want and where that desire, belief, goal or value came from? Do you respect and value the rights of other people to chose what they want, even if it is contrary to your own internal belief system? Do you rejoice in the success of others when they achieve something that is important to them?
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two emails from two different viewers. One is from a young twenty-one year old ultra conservative religious virgin who questions my credibility and why I am not married, but yet he’s noticed that what I teach really works.
Another is from a self-professed “fifty something fat old guy” who recently had gastric-bypass surgery to lose weight. He is dating a twenty-six year old woman who is a twelve on a scale of one to ten in the looks department. He’s having a ball and is amazed at how well the principles I teach work for him.
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From my heart to yours,
Author, Speaker, Peak Performance Coach, Entrepreneur
“Most people tend to adopt their values, goals and belief systems from other people without ever thinking about or considering what they really want and what’s important to them. People tend to have very strong opinions around the topic of sex, marriage, god, politics, relationships, freedom and the purpose and meaning of life. When someone comes along who does not believe or ascribe to the same model of the world, fearful people who don’t strongly believe in what they believe will often become angry, hateful & attack them verbally and sometimes physically. Too many people in this world do not respect the freedom, free will and divine right to the personal choice of another out of their own weakness and fragile belief system. They therefore seek to silence dissenting points of view in order to feel good about themselves. We should all respect the beliefs of others and their divine right to choose what’s right for them instead of trying to take that right away through legislation, force or intimidation.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne