Dating coach mark
But in all of my years of working with people’s romantic lives, in all of the problems I’ve seen people tangle themselves up in, there’s one simple truth underlying them all: Improving your dating/relationships is essentially a process of improving yourself. As the old cliché goes, the only thing ALL of your relationships have in common is you.If you value intelligence above all else, then you will be willing to overlook other traits in favor of intelligence.Second Common Problem: You invest and work on the wrong traits in yourself — traits that attract people who are incompatible or bad partners for you. Decide your values, prioritize them, and then get to work on them.
First Common Problem: You value the wrong traits in a partner — traits that are actually incompatible with you and/or create bad relationships. Because what you value also determines what you will cultivate and invest in for yourself.For instance, honesty generates better relationships than hype or impressing others.Trust generates better relationships than power/dominance. And respect generates better relationships than always being right.You will also get access to all member-only articles and audios and audio commentaries on the blog.I’m also regularly updating the stash with new interviews and Q&A videos that I record exclusively for course members.