Over these years, I've helped thousands of people find their best self.
I've helped them realize that they are worthy of a quality person.
Their self-esteem and confidence is now out there for everyone to see.
They have looked at their past, embraced it, and take continuing steps to release what they cannot control.
They have moved forward to a life of happiness, promise, and joy,
If you're anything like me or the clients I've worked with,
your life is filled with a combination of highs and lows.
There have been times where you are so happy, only to come crashing down when things didn't work out the way you planned.
That roller coaster of emotion probably started convincing you that you aren't worthy.
That you needed to be a different person to find love.
You need to change to be happy.
That there is something wrong with you.
NO! STOP IT!
There is nothing wrong with you.
We are all on a path of change... perhaps even self-improvement.
But YOU aren't broken or flawed because you haven't found a happy relationship yet.
What's broken is your selection process.
What's missing is facing the patterns, behaviors that are blocking you.
What's screwed up are your senses of self-worth and self-esteem.
And guess what?
All that can be corrected.
Embrace your damaging patterns.
Shift your mindset.
Revamp your self-worth.
If you do, you will find a happy, healthy relationship... starting within yourself.
By being honest and accepting your past damaging behaviors, you can make positive changes VERY quickly.
Thousands of men and women who have followed my advice have found happiness.
They've done the work and made fundamental changes in how they approach life and love.
They've examined their past.
They've proactively stopped their negativity.
They've identified and killed off their bad patterns.
They've refound their self-worth.
They've recreated their confidence.
They've discovered their powerful voice.
They've moved forward to a life of joy... of peace... of happiness.
So what's the secret?
What did I tell them that changed their lives for good?
What made it possible for these defeated, negative women and men to reinvent their love lives?
It all starts with a simple approach to changing your outlook on life and love.
It's not about living in your past.
That's a setup for failure.
It's about accepting what's happened... so you can move past it.
It's about evaluating what worked and what didn't... so you can make changes.
It's about growing as an individual and as a partner... so you are ready to share with another person.
Now, before I reveal my 3-Step Roadmap to finding healthy, happy love, I want to take a moment to explain a little more about my approach and philosophy.
After 46 years on the planet and connecting with and coaching thousands of people, this is what I know to be real:
I believe that finding and maintaining a happy, healthy relationship doesn't take "work"; it takes EFFORT.
I believe that everyone changes and grows over time, and knowing that is critical to keeping a lasting, real connection.
I believe that if you don't acknowledge and work through your past, it has a nasty habit of coming back and reappearing in your future.
I believe that finding that special someone in your 20s or 30s is way different than finding someone in your 40s, 50s, or 60s.
I believe that most people don't realize that we can't control or change others; we can only control if we accept their actions.
I believe that sometimes the Universe takes away what you think you want so you have room to receive what you actually need and deserve.
I believe that the key to happiness is a recognition that nothing is permanent and that we are entitled to nothing, and that we should start each day by being grateful.
I believe laughter cures almost everything.
I believe in second chances, but never thirds.
I believe passion is the key to life.
I believe that with dedication and hard work, what you first thought was impossible becomes possible.
I believe challenges and adversity exist to test your will, allowing you to show badly you REALLY want something.
I believe in making fun of serious situations. It kills their power, and grants me control of my emotions — instead of my emotions controlling me.
I believe that people who are black, white, red, yellow, brown, gay, straight, old, young, fat, thin, broke, or rich — no matter which deity they choose to worship (or not worship) — are all part of the same tribe: HUMAN.
I believe every day is a gift, and I treat it as such.
I believe that there are two emotions — fear and love — and love wins almost every time if you consciously let go of what has you frightened.
I believe in failure, as that is where experience is the most relevant... and precious.
I believe that all situations, no matter how bleak, will improve over time... if you reframe your outlook and stay positive.
And I believe in true love.
In other words, I operate from a place of learning, acceptance, acknowledgement, reality, and harsh truth.
And as you can see, most of what I've been sharing with you has to do with how you approach life, not how to find a partner or rewrite your dating profile.
Because finding the right person is more about finding YOU than them.
That's the shift; it's starts with you.
(Anyone who tries to tell you different is full of it.)
Love and relationships — healthy, real love — starts inside so you can manifest it outside.
And starting it inside requires honesty and acceptance.
You have to undo what you've learned from society and from your past experiences.
You have to start with YOU.
And without further ado, this is your 3-Step Roadmap to finding happy, healthy love.
Please write them down. They'll change your life.