Guys, you'll want to pay attention as you read this post.
It covers some very true and obvious challenges that both men and women are dealing with...Especially in today's infamous dating landscape.
Whether you are single, dating or in a long term relationship, never take your foot of the gas...here's why:
I had the opportunity to sit with a dear and platonic friend that I hold in high regard. She's a women's coach and dating expert. So she had much to share about her real-world observations.
We sat at the corner of the bar in a very popular and busy chain restaurant. It was the start of "Happy Hour" and the suits were pouring in to enjoy a drink with colleagues, for camaraderie and some came in for the feigned attention of the very attractive bar staff.
No matter how successful you may be, there comes a time when you'll question your abilities, doubt yourself and wonder if you really have it in you.
Yet on the surface most people would consider you to be a man of reasonable success. Your social circle and your colleagues consider you to be a guy that can handle himself very well and that you've got your sh*t together.
In truth, they've got it almost right because you had to be that guy to get to where you are today.
The challenge is, you are dealing with a part of you that has never truly been addressed. There's a part of you that is calling out to you and you have either shunned him or imprisoned him.
I'm talking about the little boy inside the man.
Every man has him within. It's the part of you that has yet to heal...
The one where they have success, status and accomplishment, and then there's the one where they are literally bankrupt in every other area of their lives.
I have met so many successful men that have everything anyone could possibly want.
They have the homes, the cars, the vacations and the parties that prove that the good life is a reality for so many.
Yet behind the smiles, the clinking of the glasses and the fat bank account lies the truth.
Many are about to go through a divorce, they are having affairs, they don't see their kids, or their kid(s) are in trouble. They have very few "real" friends and they live in a facade that's hard to maintain.
Alcohol, drugs, pharmaceuticals and sex are the addictions and distractions many are dealing with behind the m...