How fear is the cause of anger and frustration and what you can do to manage your own internal state when you become fearful that things you want or that you want to happen, won’t work out for you. Why a happy, content and peaceful inner state is essential to getting what you want in life, and getting others to give you what you want or help you to get it.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three different emails from three different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who says he has been learning about attraction for the past three years, but does not have any results to show for it. The second email is from a viewer who was in the process of trying to seduce a woman he had been dating for about two months, but ran into some last minute resistance regarding sex. Instead of being playful and fun, he went into logic and reason mode to justify his actions and talk her into it.
The third email is from a viewer whose wife of ten years has borderline personality disorder. She cheated on him with his best friend a few years back. After counseling, things got back on track. He tends to over-pursue and display needy behavior, but after backing off for a few days, she jumped on him in the bedroom and screwed his brains out. He asks for my opinion.
“Michelangelo once said that, “Genius is eternal patience.” Genius is having the patience, care, diligence and love to spend what ever time is necessary to perfect yourself, your work and your life. It’s a patient and relentless pursuit of perfection. If you pursue perfection, you may just reach excellence as Vince Lombardi suggested. See yourself and your life as a work in progress. Work at overcoming your weaknesses and pushing past your fears. Success and the life you dream of is way beyond what your weaknesses and fears say you currently are, and are capable of in the future. If what you want is more emotionally compelling and worth chasing than what you fear, you can, and must, take action to make it a reality. Otherwise, you’re just another member of the herd with wishes and excuses, not goals. A goal without a plan to achieve it is simply a wish.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne