We often complain about many things that lack in our relationships and we tend to blame our partners, but in reality, the problem is within ourselves.
Thinking his marriage was going good, spending his time slugging along, working, getting things done, providing for his wife and his three kids, discovering this about his wife who bought a book about how to win a divorce raises a really huge red flag.
In this episode, we dive DEEP into the conversation around the patterns we have picked up from our fathers, how that has affected us, how that has affected those around us, and HOW to make the shifts that will free us from these ineffective patterns.
The agony you feel when you start comparing yourself with the man you know you could be can be stopped if you just commit to change.
Providing for your family doesn’t only mean providing financially but also emotionally. We have this unconscious commitment that if we work longer hours, THEN we will be able to provide well for our family’s future.
Cocaine is one of the most commonly abused drugs in the world. Its side effects include loss of contact with reality and an intense feeling of happiness. And a lot of men struggle with this addiction.
No matter how much money or business you have…if you are not clear on who you want to be, you will still end up feeling empty.
Most of us grew up believing that money is the most important thing in this world and that it will solve everything. So we get in this habit of hustling without realizing that as we keep on making money, we end up missing out on the things we say are most important to us.
By leveling up in your life, you are exposing yourself to more possibilities that require you to face your fears, step in, and see what life has in store for you. Who you believe yourself to be and what kind of standard you have dictates how you will perform and how you level up your performance.
Understanding how fear can hold you back is the key to getting past this block. It’s in our nature to think that once we have achieved our goals that we then reach the end point, and it’s also natural for us not to want to reach the end of our purpose because, what would we do then?