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Love-Energy Blocks

What would it take for you to believe you are worthy of love?

Years ago, in my 20’s I would get hit on a lot but love always eluded me. It almost seemed impossible the way it would.  I would have a couple dates, things would be going so well and then … POOF! The guy would completely disappear. Then again with a new date shortly after- I would start to get excited, “Maybe this time somebody will want to be with me” – then…POOF! Gone again.

Everybody seemed to look at me and go, wow it must be so easy to get a boyfriend looking like you do. But for me, it felt absolutely impossible.  This kept happening over and over and over again.

I figured I was just unlucky in love. Nobody understood; it didn’t matter how much money I would make, or how good looking I could get. The results would always be the same, they would always leave me and I would be alone forever.

This started to change and then completely flip on its head when I started to fully understand this energy, and it really is an energy. Somehow I was repelling this energy. I was unconsciously rejecting love. Now it’s the opposite and it’s just a night and day difference I can’t even explain. I share this story because perhaps you too, have these love-energy blocks that are holding you back from what you really desire in life. I made a quick list for you to determine if this is the case with your individual situation.

 

How to know if you have love-energy blocks

  1.   You can’t ever get past the first couple of dates
  2.   You get blocked on dating apps often, sometimes for seemingly no reason at all
  3.   You get stood up and canceled on, even at the last second
  4.   You sometimes feel like an outsider, even within your own family
  5.   You constantly go after narcissists or guys who won’t treat you well
  6.   You think love belongs only to the good-looking, muscular, successful, masculine or rich people of the world

 

So where do these blocks come from? Well, they come from ourselves, parents, our family, our classmates, our acquaintances, our community and the outside world. Growing up gay it’s almost inevitable. Time and time again in the most critical first years of our lives we see examples that “PROVE” to us, that we will never be worthy of love.

-That’s gay, this is gay; gay people are disgusting.  Gay marriage is wrong. Guys shouldn’t act feminine or be into “girly things.” Gay people should be shot; gay people shouldn’t kiss in front of kids. Sadly this example list can go on forever.

These examples bring about a belief pattern that can almost seem impossible to break.

Our results: more people distancing themselves from us, more rejection, more loneliness.  It’s what we are used to, it’s our sick way of staying “safe” cause it’s what we are accustomed to. The pattern repeats itself again.

If you have these love-energy blocks, you must recognize them and eliminate them in order to create the joy and abundance of love you desire. This is the root cause of this issue.

Transcending love-energy blocks is no easy task, but it is very possible and I am here to help show you the way.

Do you have love-energy blocks? If so, what will it take for you to believe you are worthy of love? What strategy do you have to break this cycle? 

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The Best Day of My Life

It’s no surprise that the best day of my life was the day I had to have the most courage. After bartending at a local bar for a couple years and generally being a nice and social person, I figured I could throw an event myself. Heck, the bar needed people and I thought I could pack the place.

Turns out I could! My first event was amazing, my boyfriend at the time quickly joined in on my plan and we became quite the promoting team. But I wanted to go even further. I had done a few performances over the years and I thought why not combine the two? Why not host and perform at my own event? It could either be a total disaster or a night to remember.

So we began planning it and I and my amazing dancers got to practicing our routines. We called them the “Coyote Studly Dancers”, YESSSS!! I became more and more nervous as the day approached. I couldn’t sleep. Gays can be known for being judgmental, and I had to keep the thought about that out of my mind. I just practiced and practiced and did what I could to advertise it so I would at least be doing the performance in front of a real size audience.

The night came, and POW!!! The line up to get in came early and hard. It was lined up halfway down the block! When I came back from the store to get something we needed, a bitter queen of a man sharply said to me as he impatiently waited in the line-up to get inside, “this better be good,

Talk about pressure!

So downstairs of the bar, I went to mentally prep for the show at midnight. I had gone all in. Not only with the event but with the performance. I was in top shape, I got special lighting brought in for the show, I brought in an amazing sound girl, and my talented best bud agreed to videotape the whole thing. AND, we were going to perform right on top of the bar!

It was a huge success. Even people I don’t think like me very much were congratulating me.

I was so freaking proud of myself. I still look back on that day and smile. Who was that guy who had those balls to put all that together and pull it off???!!

Here’s a clip of it! My Favorite Part

I’m telling you this story because I too was once very fearful of taking chances. I too lacked confidence and courage. But with work and slowly changing the way that I think, my life changed. And with that, I was able to have moments like in that video.

Moments that I will have and remember for the rest of my life.

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5 Secrets to help others LOVE YOU

  1.    Love them first

We want everybody to love us. Or at least, a mix of family and friends and a lover (or more) to make us feel alive & connected. We want our journey to have proof; some people along for the ride that can understand us & our decision making.

I once had a very good friend as I was going through a rough time in life, look at me and say, “How do you keep being you, how do you do it?” I’ve never felt so understood, in one sentence my friend let me know that he knew how hard things could be for my particular position in the world at times, and how hard I was trying to fight back in my own unique way.

We must get the courage to love others FIRST, and unconditionally. Do you smile at others first when you see a stranger? Do you forgive your friends first when there is a fight? Do you try to understand your loved ones’ decisions first or do you skip to judgment until they prove to you otherwise? Do you empathize first? All of these will help you start to get those special people out there to love you more.

  1.   Let them be themselves

One of the hardest things in the world is to actually be ourselves. Every day is a constant bombardment of ideas coming at us, comparisons to other lives on social media, and our own personal thoughts, ideas and creations.

We must choose our path from a mix of all of these, and sometimes under excruciating pressure from others, but mostly from ourselves.

So what is going to be right and wrong? Nobody really knows. But if you can let others walk their walk and cheer on their crazy flag you might just get more people on your side of the fence.

That doesn’t mean we can’t offer advice when they ask for it or speak to our own experiences; it just means we realize that although it may not look like it, everybody is out there battling in the world.

We are battling for happiness, battling for survival, battling to be loved by others and even to love ourselves including all the mistakes we have made. I was once in a high-pressure work situation and my co-worker came up to me and said the barrier-breaking words “How Can I Help?” It took me by surprise, and instantly we became an unstoppable team that night. I’ve used this line effectively ever since; I highly encourage you to try it sometime.

  1.   Give Your Truth

As you gain confidence in the world, you will be urged to share your truth. This doesn’t mean we force our way of life onto others, it means we show and describe our authentic lens of the world to the people around us. We share our stories, our challenges, our dreams. We share our gifts. We share our failures. We lead by example. And if you really want to get closer to others, you share your doubts.

There’s a certain power in vulnerability, a special healing force that comes out of giving our truth. When we bare our soul, other like-characters can’t help but relate and be drawn towards us.

This doesn’t mean we rant or lash out at the world. This doesn’t mean we whine. It means to say “Hey this is who I am and this is my journey; here’s what I have learned, maybe we can help each other somehow.”

  1.   Teach them what you know

One of our most basic needs is learning from others, from the time we are born we must learn to survive and this stays with us to death and beyond. I say this obvious point because later in life it seems people may be forgetting this fact. I don’t think they realize the power they hold when it comes to connecting with others here.

We learn, we grow and we learn even more to get ahead, but how are we helping others along the way?

Teaching others what you know gives a sense of connection like no other. Some people fulfill this with the need to become a parent, others may want to become managers at work or a coach like me.

Whenever and wherever you are, teaching others what we know at the proper and specific times is an art form. If you can hone this special skill pay attention to the respect you begin to receive.

It’s like a kind of passing of the torch. When we come up with an idea it’s as if we light the torch, then we must pass it on. Later on, we hope to get the flame back someday again, and the beautiful cycle continues. Every transfer of information bringing us closer and closer together.

  1.   Give them Freedom

This is the most challenging secret to learn especially for myself, and some may not agree with me here, that’s okay. We must give others their freedom. Our freedom is one of the most precious things on earth, but rarely will people be so giving and so loving as to let you really be free.

Often our friendships and relationships come with rules and obligations. We have emotional protection mechanisms put in place to keep us from getting hurt, when the reality is our soul can never really be damaged, only our ego.

I challenge you to grow. I challenge you to have faith that you can be connected to the special people in our life, whether they are with you physically or not. I challenge you to instead have those uncomfortable conversations, those getting-to-know-you deeper talks.

When you give others freedom, you give them the chance to grow. You give them the experience of living. You give them the power to make their own choices. Later on, this power & connection comes back to you tenfold.

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What’s The Point?

It was one of those weekends where I was just so bummed out. THAT question. That damn question came back to me.

What’s The Fucking Point?

Why am I trying so hard, to “look” and “feel” like I’m getting somewhere, but then the results I want don’t show up, again? “Am I really going to get back up again only to be let down, yet again?”

For me my problems are financial. I just can’t seem to get ahead after borrowing money for school, then my business and the expenses and further business courses I’ve needed to get it off the ground. The interest rates, the phone calls from bill collectors. It’s just so frustrating.

After a day and a half in bed feeling sorry for myself over it, I had an epiphane. This hopelessness is just how I used think about guys, dating, and feeling good about myself. I tried and tried; I just didn’t know if I was ever going to consider myself amazing, or at least adequate for somebody else. Or be loved how I wanted to. Or have somebody special or have guys that I would connect with.

But I didn’t give up.

I kept learning. I kept growing. And now, I’m in awe of the confidence I have. I’m struck by the amount of guys that love me and that I love. I’m in full abundance when it comes to an amazing social life. And I really don’t give a fuck what people think, it’s not something I pretend. I walk the walk and my work projects and everyday life show this.

If this is something that you would like for your life. Let me know. I may just be that next step in the evolution of your life. I’ve created something that nobody ever has. You’re not going to find it at a therapists’ office; you are not going to see anything like it from any other specialists or coaches.

That’s cause I’ve made it specifically for guys just like you. The norms have failed us, and so like me, you will have to look for the answers in that hard-to-find place.

What is this place I speak of? Well – it’s your soul. This is that inner voice behind your insesant thoughts that keep you up at night. It’s the place behind the negative chatter, the voice that tells you that you aren’t good enough. I deal with the heart. I deal with reality. And that’s why I get results.

So, out of bed, I get with a smile on my face. Our past experiences can be building blocks for our confidence,  and now I’m reminded of why I keep fighting.

So, WHAT IS THE FUCKING POINT? For me, I do this PAQ business, because helping guys with struggles that I used to go through, gives me great joy. I deserve to be happy. And if this makes me happy, then onward I go.

Maybe I don’t know the point of certain things, why we are here. Or why there is so much suffering in the world. But I do know how to help guys with getting their lives to another level when it comes to sex, love, and confidence.

If you want this, then reach out. Let’s talk. And together we can seek out, What The FucKing Point Is, for you. Have an amazing week, and promise me that you won’t lose hope.

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Online Dating Tips & Etiquette

I’m guilty of some of these at times – hello, alcohol! That being said, we can all use reminders for a lot of things in life:

  1. No Response is a Response

Guys, we get it. How could anybody turn YOU down? You have everything that anybody could ever want. That being said, if somebody doesn’t respond back, it means they aren’t interested, or, maybe they are simply just too busy to reply. This is not the time to take it as a personal attack, nobody is out to get you, and NO, THEY DO NOT OWE YOU A RESPONSE EVEN IF YOU MESSAGE JUST TO COMPLIMENT THEM. Nobody owes you anything; especially a return response from some random stranger messaging online behind a computer, or on a phone. If you have a previous relationship in some sense then it is okay to expect a response. News flash: this is the online world, not the real world. If you get hurt enough to react with an angry message from a no response, or continue messaging them over and over again, you have way bigger self-esteem issues on your hands. Instead of getting angry at the no response, try thinking “how can I empower myself so this small stuff never bothers me again?” If they consistently show this behavior it should really be easy to move on. Do you really want a partner or friend, who ignores you?

  1. Don’t hit on anybody you wouldn’t say hi to in person

This would save a lot of problems online. Guys, if we only meet people through the online world we deny ourselves the opportunity to develop real social skills needed in relationships and intimate situations. If you don’t have the courage to go up to somebody and strike up a conversation, maybe its best you pass on this particular hottie. Continually going for people online that we think deep down are going to turn us down causes our self-esteem to crumble with every rejection. If, though, this rejection is at least done in person, we actually build up real resistance and confidence, which moves us forward in life making it easier to approach the next person. We also develop the ability to check our anxiety and relax in similar future situations.

  1. Don’t assume people know what you want

People are on here for all different reasons. Get to the point of what you are after.  Guys, do your best to compartmentalize dating apps away from Facebook messenger or other social media messengers. Is this a friend messaging me on a hook up app? Why? Oh the awkward world of online dating.

  1. Market what you want

Somebody once pointed out to me that if I want a romantic relationship then maybe I shouldn’t have a shirtless profile pic as my first impression. After thinking about it, I couldn’t agree more. There are many examples of guys saying they want one thing but then do another and it can get really confusing quickly.  As a side note: never ever send your butthole to anybody EVER. WTF!! Yes it has happened to me. Same goes for the special D shot unless it is discussed and asked for first. How rude and usually GROSS!

  1. Respect yourself

Anytime we are lashing out at strangers online we are not respecting ourselves. Get over it, gurl. Move on. Life is too short.  If you have any notes in your profile that are racist etc., you are not only disrespecting other people on there, in my opinion you are also disrespecting yourself. Anything you put out into the universe has one big boomerang effect. Hi Karma! How have you been?

  1. Cat Fishing – Who does this?!

I just don’t understand this. I have had a few fake profiles of me out in the world. It makes me feel all sorts of things: Flattered? Ugh not really. It’s more invasive than anything. It’s totally sad, and desperate, that anybody would think they would have to succumb to this to get any attention and love in the world. Looks aren’t everything! When you stop judging yourself, and the world, on looks alone; you will find its doors open wide to you.  Love yourself first, and this means putting the real you out in the world and developing your confidence to the point where nobody can ever bring you down. Ever.

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The First Step to becoming a STUD

The First Step to becoming a STUD

I have been racking my brain, meditating, and asking my business coaches and friends: what is the piece that I am missing here? I have clients that take my course and people are buying my books but why is it just trickling in when I feel like people should be knocking down my door? As far as I know I’m the only guy in the world that can GUARANTEE my clients will have a DRAMATIC INCREASE in their self-confidence, and where it really matters to us.

90% of my clients have a significant relationship within a year of taking my course. 90 freaking percent! The other 10% you mention? Yup, well after taking my course they decided that they would finally live it up and ENJOY their single life for maybe the first time in their lives.  It still blows my mind.  I know guys that are getting married or are now living with their partners and it lifts me the fuck up knowing I had even if just a little piece of setting them on that path.

BUT, they all did the first step to becoming a STUD before I even spoke to them. This is really what started to change their lives.

So what the fuck are we waiting for? What is this first step!?

THE FIRST STEP TO BECOMING A STUD IS BEING MAN ENOUGH AND COURAGEOUS ENOUGH TO RECOGNIZE WE NEED HELP AND THEN TAKE ACTION. EITHER BY SEEKING OUT INFORMATION OR FINDING THE RIGHT PERSON WHO HAS THE KNOWLEDGE WE NEED TO CHANGE AND GROW. WE HAVE TO UNDERSTAND THAT THINGS ARE NOT WORKING, AND THAT IF WE DO NOT CHANGE THEY NEVER WILL.

STUDs all have one thing in common: they realize they don’t know it all and never can. They have the ability to check their ego enough to investigate and then soak up information they need to get bigger, faster, better, stronger, wiser, more passionate, become a better lover, ANYTHING.

Remembering back in my desperate and lonely days, this was the thing that changed my life.  I remember thinking, Is this all there is to life? Is this as good as it gets? Then it hit me, some people out there are living happier, healthier, better lives. They seem to always have women or men after them and they seem to really be happy and fulfilled. I had to find out how they were doing it. So I summoned the courage, and for me, I started to read books on confidence, relationships, dating, spirituality, happiness – and to this day, I STILL READ AND AM STILL LEARNING about all of these same things.

So. Are we willing today to take the FIRST STEP TO BECOMING A STUD? ARE WE WILLING TO ADMIT WE DO NOT KNOW IT ALL? Are we willing to admit that we are all teachers in this universe but as well we are all learners at times?

We can do this.  We can step out of our comfort zones today and say, “alright, I’m here. Now let’s learn something and then never stop learning.”

Trust me it will be one of the best decisions of your entire life.

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Hot Guy Syndrome

 

There’s a silent epidemic happening and it really needs to stop: Apps, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat; there’s a bazillion ways to connect with people these days. We can send a PM, a like, a woof, or we can swipe left and right among other things, and this is all great. “The hottest person I’ve ever seen in my life started following me on Instagram. YaY!”
As always, with the great comes responsibility and privilege, and we are wasting this opportunity. Think of all the super hotties you know that seem to be chronically single: How does this happen? Can you think of a few people that seem to have the perfect outer shell, decent career, yet don’t seem to have a date most Friday nights? I’m about to let you in on a little secret, for you consistently single heart breaking hotties out there. Sorry trolls, there’s nothing to learn here for you in this post, so feel free to move along.
Every SINGLE quality that we have as an identity has a good and bad side. A double edge sword exists with every label we give ourselves and to others. In this case, being a looker as a man these days with the ripped bod can act as a weight, holding us back. Why? Because, as we all know, attractive people have it a little easier in this world. People are constantly trying to meet us, to be friends with us; and in lots of cases, to hire. The drawback is when we don’t develop our social skills with everybody else. We simply don’t need to most of the time, so sometimes we end up lacking the ability to communicate efficiently. We don’t have to be funny to cope with our feelings, and we never make the attempt at a joke, or we aren’t interesting in conversation because we will get invited to the parties regardless. But, when it comes to relationships, looks become just one of many qualities that can help create a romantic relationship and/or keep it together. If looks are all we have to offer, we’re doomed to be alone.
In some more severe cases, the hottie never has to make any effort in any of his friendships and relationships – over time, they don’t gain the ability and skills to ask people out on dates. They forget to check in on good friends. They don’t realize that they need to make an effort, to plan, or to bring other things to the table with people, so they don’t. They just wait till the other person does, and they usually do; but, eventually, they stop. Around them people have been growing, evolving and developing. The really great catches we want are hot too; but not only that, they want a connection, they want to feel wanted, they need to see effort and investment or they won’t be willing to do the same. The same thing applies to friendships: If it is one sided for too long one by one they will drop off. The good news is we can avoid this.
Guys, now is the time to look at how we are operating in all of our relationships; this includes family, friends, lovers. Are we making an effort in each of these? Are we taking responsibility for our lives in the areas where it matters? Or, are we letting the others do all of the work? I’m not saying overkill and be constantly texting and needy, here. I’m saying if you are hot and lonely, maybe this is one area you could improve upon. Grownups don’t have a lot of time, and they will simply stop investing in people that are not willing to invest in them.
Selfishness will get us nowhere in the long run.
So, STUDs, get out there and get some balance back in your life: Plan a dinner with a friend, ask somebody out. It’s your turn! Don’t miss out on your opportunity.
Give and you shall receive. Give your love and energy out into the world and I promise you will always have amazing people surrounding you.

 

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Being the Runner Up

I was recently the runner up; 2nd place. Not in the driver’s seat. Having fun moments with somebody I found special, then being disappointed the next. Almost everybody in their lives will go through a situation in which they feel like the runner up. If a certain person was not in their lust interest’s lives, THEY would be the one invited to Christmas dinner, THEY would be invited to their lust interest’s cousin’s wedding. Instead, they get a hot romp once in a while and maybe the odd date. I want to talk about this to help people maneuver through this difficult and confusing time.

First, congratulations! It can be rare to find somebody that makes your heart flutter, and it’s awesome you are getting these moments to share with them. Take a moment to be grateful for these. Maybe this is all this is ever meant to be; that’s okay if you let it be and are not putting yourself in harm’s way.

Second, congratulations! Going through these ups and downs are going to prove critical in your relationship growth and experience. Not only are you reevaluating your boundaries with others, you are discovering what you like and dislike, and want in a relationship. These will be useful for this particular relationship later on, or the next one if you decide to move on (or they do).

Now we need an action plan! I wouldn’t ever leave you hanging!

If you find yourself in this position, I recommend these steps to keep your self-respect high, and move yourself forward towards a healthy relationship. It may not be with this particular person, no one can force someone to like them. If two people are meant to be together to share and to learn, they will be. There must always be a willingness between the two parties.

1. Come up with a 3 strike rule: 3 things you definitely CANNOT and WILL NOT put up with this particular person and relationship. If they get 3 strikes, they are outta here! For example: when I think I’m a runner-up with the person I want to be with; one penalty is “if they invite somebody else instead of me to a special occasion.” If this person does this and I feel left out, I DO NOT get all DRAMA, I don’t even mention it to them. I give them one imaginary strike and move on. Simple as that. I haven’t left it, but I’m also not completely putting up with it. I’m saying to myself that this is something that I know I don’t want.

2. Commit to the strikes you have laid out. IF THEY GET 3 STRIKES, as hot as they may be, you have to move on. This is according to the rules you’ve laid out in your strikes. You need to respect and honor yourself, always and forever. The 3 strikes rule helps guide you through this while having concrete evidence to look back on and make an adult decision.

3. Actually move on. Don’t initiate conversations. Feel free to respond, but it’s time to no longer put in any effort, they already proved they aren’t what you’re after. OR…..

Be open to changing the type of relationship you want with this person.

If 3 strikes happen, dating them seriously is out of the picture. That doesn’t mean you can’t revisit this at a later date. For example, if, by some miracle, they change as a person through their individual experiences, or they split with the person that is their priority interest. Striking out it means it’s definitely not the right time now. If you can disassociate feelings with sex, maybe this person can just be a play thing, or just meant to be a friend or snuggle buddy (somebody who comes over and watches movies or sleeps without the sexual contact).

If you decide from your 3 strike rule this person is definitely not right to be “the one,” it is still very possible that they can just be somebody you have a fun or hot time with once in a while. Is this really so bad? I mean, isn’t that exactly what they have decided to do with you? Sit with this thought for a bit. I don’t mean use them; that would also be disrespecting yourself. I’m saying have an adult conversation where you are both redefining the type of relationship in a way that is not disrespecting either of you. You both can gain something which still leaves room for this unique new relationship to evolve as well. Both parties being completely “in” on it and conscious of it (not fooling themselves). In the meantime, you should definitely be dating and looking elsewhere for that special somebody.

WHAT NOT TO DO

• What NOT TO DO: Manipulate them into what you want. People try this all the time and perhaps they will have fleeting moments of success, but the end result will be nothing more than a distrust and a distant type of relationship in the end. It’s never worth it. By manipulating others you indirectly lower your own respect level even if you don’t notice this, at first. When you lose respect for yourself, others will soon follow suit. We must hold ourselves to a higher standard. If we don’t feel we deserve a healthy, happy relationship and don’t act accordingly, we will find ourselves further and further away from the things that matter most to us.

• What NOT TO DO: Continue along while doing nothing, and being disappointed time and time again. This will result in a breakdown of your self-esteem that may take years to recover. YOU ARE ENOUGH and DESERVE SOMEBODY AMAZING TO LOVE YOU.

• What NOT TO DO: Fight or Flight response. There is something that brought the two of you together, try to find out at least what that was before you move on. Ask yourself, “What have I learned here? What have I learned from being with this person?” Once you know the answer, feel free to move on.

GOOD LUCK!!

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