How To Be Coach-Like With A Man So He Can Hear You!

If you’re a natural “giver” – and it’s wrecking all of your romantic relationships (let me know if that’s what’s happening, or if you’re experiencing something different!) – here’s how you can put your masculine “giving” energy to work – while completely staying in your Feminine Energy!

(After you watch this, if you feel your heart flutter at the thought of being a powerful, professional coach, trained by me in RRRCT – just go here and fill out a contact form so we can talk – https://www.coachrori.com/be-a-rori-raye-relationship-coach/ Love, Rori

Here’s the transcript from the video:

Hi, this is my painting of my wonderful dog Zeke in the rain, which he hates.

Of course, he looks adorable to me, though I don’t know how he was feeling at the time.

He was probably feeling a little: “Yeah. I don’t want to be here.”

That was the expression on his face.

To me, it was adorable, so we took a picture.

It’s the picture of the year: I made a painting of it.

So, let’s see how you can compare this to a relationship with a man.

Let’s say he looks adorable to you, and, at the same time, he’s feeling wretched; he’s feeling terrible.

This man is having an experience that’s not the one that you have come up with for the situation.

See, I came up with “adorable,” you know, and Zeke was miserable.

What if your man is miserable but you’re not catching onto that?

This is the beginning of being coach-like (if you want to be an actual professional coach, remember to write to me).

But also, you can be coach-like in your day-to-day life.

How is that possible?

Well, there are tools you learn, tools for being able to read a man, read your boss, read your client, read the person on the street.

It’s not a matter of being “sensitive” or any of those things that you may judge yourself about being or not being.

It’s about simply getting out of your own assessment of the situation and seeing if you can put yourself into a place where you can hear that person, where you can actually see into them, you can feel them.

It’s an awesomely powerful feeling.

All of a sudden, you feel like an amazing psychic, a seer, and that power was there for you all the time.

Really it was, so try using it.

It’s the very beginning of coaching.

When your man approaches you and you think that he’s in a bad mood, or you think all he wants is sex, or you’re on a date and you think the guy’s quite a talker, or you think he’s not the greatest guy, or he’s not a looker, go deeper.

If you want to make a judgment, you can decide that a man you’re having a first meeting date with is not for you.

But, instead, you could be curious, listen to him, practice being coach-like by just saying: “I hear you. Wow.”

Don’t make assumptions about the mood somebody is in.

Just see if you can begin to read what that feels like.

That moment of quiet as you start to pick up on a man’s inner presence is going to make him immediately tune into you.

All of a sudden he feels good, he feels heard, and that is more powerful than anything else you could possibly do in a relationship.

So try it.

Let me know how it goes.

Love, Rori

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