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...
In this Mojo Minute Video Blog I answer a question many guys are dealing with.
It is a very common challenge. A lot of guys do this. They think that by putting 100% into the relationship and letting go of the things that he enjoys that she somehow thinks this is noble and right.
You'd be wrong. Sure she loves the attention and the commitment you are making to the relationship but she's not wanting you to sacrifice your manliness that attracted you to her in the first place!
She wants to go out with her friends and for a lot of women this is a "Non Negotiable" item. It's important to her!
Yet this brings up all kinds insecurities within him. He does not have enough inner strength and created enough trust with his authentic masculine power that he becomes jealous every time she goes out.
I had an interesting dilemma put forth to me by a client that has been in a new relationship for about two months.
She is all he's ever wanted: she's cute, she's fun, she's got quirky sense of humour and she's got a penchant for the unpredictable. One of those things just happens to be kissing passionately any time, any where. She loves PDA - public displays of affection.
For most guys this sounds like a great scenario to be in. I mean, Damn! That's kinda hot!
But this is not his reality nor his brand of PDA because he is more reserved. He loves the passion between them but as long as it is at home or somewhere private.
He is having a hard time with telling her that it's not appropriate at restaurants, gatherings with friends or out in public where people could be offended.
Valentine's Day, That day when you celebrate all is right in your world and the your love springs eternal.
It's a day of reminding yourself and showing her just how important your lover is to you.
However, It's not always the Hallmark Card moment people want it to be. In fact, the week leading up to Valentine's Day is when the largest amount of relationship break-ups occure.
It appears to be a bell-weather or marker for how successful the relationship is really going.
I was and always will be a romantic. When I am in the relationship I do tend to give a lot on Valentine's Day. It's a great celebration of our commitment, passion, intimacy and friendship for each other. However, I also recall times when I put expectations and conditions on my romantic outpouring.
What are you doing on a consistent basis to develop the Remarkable Man you want to be and to make it a priority?
Regardless if it's in your relationship with your spouse, children, business partners or colleagues. Perhaps it's lifestyle, success and getting to the top. What ever it is, If you keep waiting for others to change in order for you to get your life rock'n, you may be waiting a very long time.
Long enough for resentment, stagnation and frustration to build up. Yeah that's the spot! Right there! Ouch! We've all been there!
The truth is, you have to suck it up and "BE" the change you want to experience in your life.
The Remarkable Man mindset is about being the highest best version of yourself and taking full responsibility for where...
We are half way through The Biggest Outdoor Show On Earth. Also known as the Calgary Stampede. For those of you that have never heard of it or have never experienced it...it is truly something to behold.
When I was a newbie to the Stampede many years ago, I thought it would be just like any other annual civic event. You know...an area of the city that has a dedicated fairground and event area where the festival takes place. Boy was I wrong!
Calgary...and I mean the whole city of over a million...turns into a ten-day party of celebration, excess and hedonism all wrapped up in a country and western theme.
Sure there's the world's largest rodeo and the city does a great job in promoting it as a family friendly event, but if you've been here you soon realise that the real event(s) are wh...