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Amir is a great guy. We just have to stop him from believing that nice guys finish last. This belief stops him from getting the girl. Once he accepts that being a “nice guy” isn’t a bad thing, then he will have the ability to take control of his dating (or lack thereof) situation.
Will he be a playboy? No.
Will he be a pick-up artist? No.
Will he be a guy that can see not only a girl, but the right girl, talk to her, and ask her out? ABSOLUTELY!
One of the ways to help Amir is to coach him through our signature program, called, “Connecting™” In this program, he will have the ability to learn how to overcome his relationship-defeating beliefs and also be “connected” with women who could be viable candidates for a long-term relationship with Amir.
Twitter is all a buzz. Entertainment news shows are reporting. Magazine after magazine is covered with the same headline. Who cheated on whom? Who’s dating whom? Breakup shocker! Are Rihanna and Chris Brown really back together? Jaws dropped at the news of Danny DeVito and Rhea Pearlman’s split up. And every week we rush to the nearest information source for the latest on Rob Pattison and Kristen Stewart. Why are we so obsessed with the love lives of these people we don’t know? We learn about their lives in sound bites and the scroll of the ticker tape. Surely there is something or another relationship perhaps, we can be concerned with.
It’s been suggested that we get so caught up in the entertainment love news as an escape from our own ‘stuff’. I wonder how much we’d really care if we were busy taking care of ourselves. Oh, I don’t know turning the tube off and spending that time learning more about ourselves; rather than dissecting who and why of which celeb should be with whom. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy star gazing as much as the next person. What if we took the time to love ourselves as much as we spend the time worrying about their love lives maybe we wouldn’t have time to do so? Make sense?
That got me to thinking. What do we, can we do to work on the most important relationship we have – our relationship with our selves. I am the VIP of my life after all! Aren’t you? ABSOLUTELY! No? Let’s look at some ways to o ascend in our personal VIP (PVIP) status.
Becoming your PVIP is a learned way of life, not taught to everyone. Some of us need a refresher course. Wherever you are on your PVIP journey, you are not alone. There are others on the same journey and luckily for you, you have me (smile) to help you on the way!
Have questions or just want to share part of your journey? I’m an email away at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember, if you don’t define you, someone else will. And that’s too important a job to leave to just anyone.
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