“I’m Tired of Playing Games!”
I’m sure you’ve said that at some point in your dating life, right? You meet someone and they seem to be perfect…or at least good enough to be called perfect. They could be “the one.” Things are going well, you think. But then you learn about all the games being played.
- They won’t return your calls
- You’re the one, but they’re still dating others
- They’re dating you, but openly flirting
- They say you’re just a friend…
- They don’t want to define the relationship
- She’s playing hard to get
- They date like they don’t have children at home
I’m sure you know other games I haven’t listed. You hate the games, right? And you want to escape the game. But every time you think you found your way out, they keep pulling you back in!
At some point you must become absolutely fed up with the games!
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If Only We could Stop the Games…
It is an incredibly powerful thing to feel valued. It restores self-esteem. You are ready to take on the world because no matter how abusive and brutal the game of business gets, you have a safe place that replenishes you after the world (and your work) sucks you dry. You have peace of mind, so you can see the rest of life’s game clearly.
Wouldn’t that be a relief? Wouldn’t that bring you joy? Can you imagine what life would be like if you didn’t have to play games in your relationships?
When things are right in your deepest relationships, it helps things to be better aligned in other relationships. Your job performance improves, and so does your career advancement.
Don’t End the Game: Be a Game Changer!
Life is a game. Business is a game. Love is a game.
The problem is not that finding love is a game. The problem is how people play the game.
We normally play the game like it’s one on one mortal combat, where the goal is to beat the other into submission so they become what we want them to be. We feel like if we trick them long enough, we can get what we want. And with that mindset, the strategy is always to become a better game player.
To find a Championship Love you want to become a game changer! I want you to stop trying to stop the game, and simply learn to play the game differently – with those who play the game differently. To find a relationship that is out of this world, you cannot play the game the way the popular culture plays.[/text_block]