Why successful people often fail at love | Michele Willmott

Why successful people often fail at love

It is no coincidence that super successful people often have highly dysfunctional relationships.

They live in a world where the mind rules.

When someone over relies on their mind they are so fixed on trying to get things 'right' or being perfect that they are unable to create transformation in a short amount of time.

They do not understand what it really means to trust themselves.

Self trust means that you KNOW (i.e. you have an inner knowing) that you have the power to change the dynamic between you and your partner (or at least have the guts to trust yourself and leave if you decide that there are some non-negotiables in the relationship....and I don't mean 'jump ship' before you have done the work...anyone can do that).

Unfortunately we are not taught how to trust ourselves. Our society is set up in a way where we are encouraged to give our power away to authority figures. This is why I experience speaking to very intelligent and accomplished people who suffer from chronic self doubt.

So, if you cannot rely on your mind to create the transformation you want in your relationship how is it even possible?

What is required is a 'No-mind' state of being.

When you are able to live consistently from a no-mind state of being then you are by default in a VERY attractive energetic state.

Things can only get better from this energy.

This is exactly the state I am looking to help my clients access more often than not. It is not an easy journey because we have an addiction to believing & listening to our thoughts. However, it is a journey well worth embarking on.

Transformation does not have to take years. 

If you are ready to transform your love life now please enquire. 

About the Author

Michele Willmott, Relationship Coach and Mentor. I help successful men, women and couples renew and transform their relationship for the long-term.

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  1. mplrs.com says:

    Thanks for sharing.