Life has a beginning and life has an end. And in between you work on yourself to become a better, stronger person – so that you can achieve your dreams, so that you can have destiny that is fulfilled, so that you can have a sense of accomplishment, fulfillment and happiness and so that when you are dead – on your thumb stone, you have something to write about that symbolized who you were, what you stood for and what you fought for.
Discover how to find your purpose and create long-term fullfillment and happiness in your life even though you might be single and struggling inside gay relationships. Find out the biggest challenges that gay men face when searching for their purpose and how to overcome them. Pay close attention to why gay men take longer than straight men to discover their purpose.
The coming out process, which often takes between 5-10 years forces every gay man to focus on sexuality and relationships. This is why many gay men lag behind in terms of personal development and achievement. In this video you will discover why coming out is essential to finding your purpose.
Gay men have more difficulty achieving the state of flow. In this video and article I will share with you how to enter the state of flow and how to stay there for as long as possible. State of flow is a state where your worries go away, where all the uncertainty, ambiguity and fear go away and you get into action towards the goals and plans you have decided to achieve. And the feeling you get from the consistent execution of your ideas is what I call the “state of flow”.
Research shows that gay men may be more intelligent than straight men. Evolutionary psychology and ethnography come to explain the creativity and the innovation that often stands out with gay men.
Gay men go through three cycles of the coming out process as described in the book “The Velvet Rage”. Those cycles are crucial to understand for any gay man who is looking to create a successful romantic relationship and who wants a social life that includes trust, loyalty and respect. The video you are about to see describes the personal story of Robert – Paul’s client who has gone through all 3 stages and now shares his experiences.
Gay life is different from straight in many ways. Gay men don’t have the same patterns of behavior, the same moral code, gay men don’t have a philosophy yet. If during the first 10 years after coming out your life is difficult – it is because it’s supposed to be difficult because you don’t know how it “all” works, nobody taught you how to “Be Gay”.
Randall sought my help because he was stuck being miserable and had no idea how to get out of his misery. In his life he had experienced moments of great joy and sense of oneness with all of life, but those moments were infrequent. He wanted more of those moments but had no idea how to bring them about.