Jason asking the hard questions. Pictures courtesy of Ann-Marie VanTassell Photography.
In February I ran my second confidence retreat with my friend Jason Connell in Austin, Texas.
Jason brought the much needed spiritual and philosophical elements to the experience. His presence from professional speaking gripped everyone and kept us grounded in the moment. He always asked the perfect questions to uncover core issues necessary for profound growth.
Pervert. Freak. Creep. Pig. Idiot. Asshole. Slut.
It’s so easy to judge someone and put a label on them.
We’ve always been taught there are two types of people: the good and the bad. The heroes and the villains.
But life isn’t a superhero movie. It’s full of complicated people with complicated biology making complicated choices due to complicated backstories.
The first few months of a connection are exhilarating. Everything’s fresh and hormones are surging.
It’s a wild emotional ride with a sort of beautiful chaos and uncertainty.
But lately I’ve spoken to a lot of men who feel their new relationships are a little too chaotic.
Most of the time, their partners are incredible. They’re easy-going, caring, and present. They have wonderful dates together and great sex.
Today’s article is by Sarah Jones. She helps introverted men bring out their best to attract women.
Sarah is also a master at recognizing the best opportunities to approach someone. She introduced herself to me years ago and I knew she’d be an established name in no time. I’ve since watched her build deep connections with countless people I respect.
We idolize geniuses. Many even consider academic success and intellectual prowess as the hallmark of personal achievement.
So people bust their ass to get into top schools. They land high-end jobs. They self-educate on the internet.
Nothing is inherently wrong with that. I love learning everything I can about a new subject and being well-read.