Why you can accomplish anything you set your mind, focus, attention and action upon, and why focusing on your purpose and mission to become your best self will make you the most desirable and sexually attractive to members of the opposite sex that you can be.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who has been following me for about 18 months. He originally came to me after his life completely fell apart. His girlfriend dumped him and started dating another guy. His successful business crashed and burned and he had to move back in with his mother. He started applying what I teach, focused on his mission and purpose and has completely turned things around.
He got a new teaching job teaching what he loves and is getting his business back on track. He is happier and more focused on his goals and mission than he has ever been in his life. The icing on the cake? His ex-girlfriend came back and said she made a mistake. They are together again and she wants to marry him and have his baby! He shares his story and how he did it as an inspiration to others who are going through similar trials and tribulations.
“Everyone loves to be around successful people. People who almost always have a smile on their face, a kind word for a stranger and who make others feel uplifted by simply being in their presence. Being successful is not only a direct result of taking action in spite of your fears, but having a childlike curiosity, determination and anything is possible type of approach to life. When we are really young, we don’t get deterred by failure, obstacles or rejection; we often question everything and our favorite phrase is usually “why?” It’s not until we get a little older when the world and other people start imposing their limitations upon us, that we start to lose our passion for living and believing in ourselves. Successful people march to the beat of their own drum and simply are not interested in listening to or adopting the limitations of others. The quickest way to become a failure is to start living your life according to the expectations of other people, instead of the dreams of your heart.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne