A real life "Hitch," Thomas Edwards is a mans transformation coach and the founder of The Professional Wingman. When it comes to dating and relationships, he is mans best friend. Guys, if you want to sharpen your social skills, smooth out your rough edges, increase your confidence, and up your game, take a page out of Thomas professional wingman playbook and tune in
It's no secret that love is hard to find, but there is a secret to manifesting it faster, and keeping it longer. Our guest this week is Arielle Ford, international best-selling author, and relationship expert. As an advocate of the Law of Attraction, Arielle tells us how to magnetize love by trusting the process, being mindful of negative thoughts, and understanding the power of surrender. Love is out there for you, let Arielle show you the way.
What stops daters from becoming haters? Attitude. A good attitude is man-magnet a bad attitude is a chick repellent. The choice is yours. It's all about your mindset, and it's all about to change. Dating haters, give us 60 minutes and we'll change your attitude forever. With relationship expert, love coach, best-selling author, and the smartest woman in the room, Susan Winter.
Just like sports, dating requires endurance, stamina, power and strength. Being single is like a long distance race and a sprint all at the same times. It will kick your ass! And just like an athlete, you need training. You need skills and strategy, mental toughness and discipline, and great coaches to guide you. With Gary Collins, with best-selling author, military intelligence officer, and college sports consultant.
Codependency, low self-esteem, poor boundaries, whatever your issue, if you don't fix it, you're destined to date it. Your unresolved issues will keep showing up in the form of people you date, and play out in your relationships. If you want to get healthy, and attract healthy partners, the cycle must stop. Instead of waiting around for others to change, you can empower yourself to change. Learn how this week with great insights from therapist and writer, Crystal Jackson.