What do you REALLY want?
They want an amazing partner, a fulfilling job, a beautiful house, and great friends.
But in reality, they don’t.
What they REALLY want is something far less glamorous.
It’s FAR safer, more secure, and MUCH less challenging.
They don’t want excitement, they want comfort.
They don’t want adventure, they want safety.
They don’t want open, free, and honest relationships, they want validation and acceptance.
Now before you run off and say “Well, that’s not me, I’m different”, stop and take a second to have a good, long, hard look at your life and ask yourself “What do I REALLY want?”
Don’t turn to the thoughts and dreams that occasionally bounce through your head when you see a hot pair of legs strutting down the street.
Look at your actions.
Your actions are the key to seeing your real desires.
What actions are you taking and what does that say about what you REALLY want?
When you see a beautiful woman sitting in a coffee shop, reading a book, what do you do?
Do you walk up to her and have a fun, playful, and flirty conversation or do you watch from afar then keep walking so she doesn’t think you’re weird?
Which one would the guy who’s committed to finding the girl of his dreams do and which one would the guy who’s committed to staying nicely inside his comfort zone do?
When you’re sitting in your desk and the clock’s slowly ticking towards home time, do you push yourself and challenge yourself to see how much more incredible work you can complete or do you find ways to slowly pack up your desk and get back to your safe and regular routine?
Which one would the person who’s committed to creating the most amazing future possible do and which one would the person who’s committed to just getting through the days do?
Your thoughts aren’t the key to finding what you’re really committed to.
Your actions are the key.
They’ll show you what’s really going on, despite what you think.
QUICK EXERCISE: Take a moment to look through your life. Pay specific attention to the actions you’re taking in your relationships with women you’re attracted to, your work, your friendships, and your free time.
What do your actions say about what you’re really committed to?