The importance of maintaining your focus on what you want and having high standards for yourself, what you’re willing to accept in your life, and the kind of people that you allow to participate in your world.
In this video coaching newsletter, I discuss an email from a viewer who shares how much my work has impacted him over the past year. He shares how he has been inspired to live a healthier life and be more careful about who he allows into his inner circle. He just finished his first marathon and feels great. He had gotten out of an unhappy three and a half year relationship that was going nowhere. He says due to what he learned in my videos, he realized that he and his ex girlfriend were two totally different people and that they had serious imbalances in their values and beliefs. He said she tended to hang out with losers, while he prefers classy people. She pisses her money away, while he is very careful with his money. He tended to be a giver, and she tended to be a taker. He shares how he no longer tolerates women in his personal life who display a general lack of enthusiasm and appreciation for the gift of his time.
“You attract how you act in life. What you focus on will expand. Like attracts like. What you tolerate tends to grow. Therefore, in order to create the life and lifestyle that you really want, you must not tolerate people and circumstances in your life that are not aligned with your highest goals, values, ideals, and desires. When you tolerate people in your life who have low standards, you are basically creating a vibration that will attract more people with low standards into your life. What you observe you participate in. By only spending your time with people who have high standards for themselves and who share the same values and goals, you will ensure that you continue to attract more like minded people into your life who will enthusiastically help, support, nurture, encourage, and co-create with you so you can reach your full potential.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne
Why people tend to project what they are thinking and feeling onto other people in order to make themselves feel better, and to also absolve themselves from any blame or personal responsibility.
In this video coaching newsletter, I discuss two different emails from two different viewers. The first email is a follow up success story of what happened next to the viewer whose email I discussed in my video newsletter, “Friend-Zoned.” His email that I discussed previously had been sent in almost four months ago, and much has happened since then. He’s continued to build on his success with the same woman. The second email is from a guy who has been getting friend-zoned off and on with his girlfriend of the past several years. He started following my work last year and was able to successfully re-attract her, but he was only able to maintain that success and her attraction for a few months before she broke up with him and stuck him back in friends-zone once again. He asks my opinion on what he should do now. I point out some of the major red flags she has shown him that he is overlooking that are the root of their problems.
“People tend to project what they are thinking and feeling on the inside onto other people in order to disassociate from it and absolve themselves of any blame or responsibility. This is why we should never take anything that anyone else says or does to us personally, because they are simply projecting what’s inside of them. When people call you names or say mean things, they are reflecting what they think and feel about themselves. When people do nasty things to you, they are treating you how they feel about themselves in that moment. Don’t take a**holes seriously, and don’t take their insults personally. Why? It’s not about you, it’s about them.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne