The Secret to Finding Your Ideal Partner

Are you someone whose been searching for that person you can share yourself and your life with but no matter how hard you’ve tried, you still haven’t found him or her? Have you been in the same types of relationships time and time again even though you thought they’d all be different to the last? Have you found yourself in a relationship with someone you thought was the one, only to be disappointed and let down because they didn’t feel the same way? Have you been cheated on by someone you truly cared about and now have issues trusting people? Do you feel like you’re never going to find that person to share your life with?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, please keep reading.

After 20 years experience with all types of relationships which included my divorce, I wanted to share all the tips, tricks and steps you could take to get you what you’re looking for – your ideal partner. They do exist and I’m going to show you how to find yours.

I have made so many mis-steps along the way to finding my ideal partner, a woman I love who I chose to share the rest of my life with. It took me a long time to uncover what I needed to learn in order to create the relationship I wanted. I started this learning curve by changing my appearance because I believed the way I looked was an obstacle. I spent years working on myself, pushing the boundaries of what I could handle. I faced rejection after rejection and eventually this all culminated in a divorce, which shook me completely.

I never thought it would happen to me and it did but it was the best experience I ever went through. It took me only 8 months to move forward with my life, appreciate my ex-wife, be grateful for everything I learned along the way and step into the next phase.

My goal is to show you exactly what I did and what steps I took to find my wife and partner for life and I’ve designed this workshop to give you some simple steps to start that process for yourself.

This workshop is for:

  • People who struggle to find the partner that they want, no matter how much they’ve tried or how hard they’ve looked.
  • People who are stuck in their lives, aren’t making the progress they want with finding someone to share their lives with and don’t know how to overcome the cards they’ve been dealt.
  • People who think they don’t have what it takes to make a relationship work.
  • People who’ve been through a divorce and would like to move on but feel scared that they’ll be judged and rejected.
  • People who’ve lost someone they loved and don’t think they’ll ever find someone again who will love them just as much.
  • People who feel they’re broken and are unable to be loved and appreciated by someone else.
  • People who believe that the only way to find their partner is to change a part or parts of who they are so that someone will love and appreciate them.

Come and learn some simple tips, tricks and actions you can start taking today to create the partnership you’re yearning for.

True Fulfilment, Is a Two Sided Partnership

There are so many people in the world who believe that in order to be happy, peaceful and in control, it is necessary to have success. They also believe that failure leads to sadness, disappointment, loss and lack of fulfilment.

In my career, I have come to learn something that some of you may already know and something that some of you have never realised. In order to achieve true fulfilment in our careers or journey through life, there are two very important pieces that allow this process to occur. These two pieces are both success and failure.

Let’s take a quick look at success first. Success is perceived to be more positive than negative. It is associated with pleasure, instead of pain and it’s what people strive to achieve.

Failure, on the other hand, is perceived to be more negative than positive. It is associated with pain, instead of pleasure and it’s what people want to avoid.

Why is that we only see success as positive and we only view failure as negatives? From what I know, everything that exists within the universe has two sides. All traits, actions, inactions and more. Nothing is just one sided. If that’s true, which I am certain of, success is not just positive and failure is not just negative. That must mean that there are two sides to each of these concepts.

Have you ever considered or wondered that there might be lots of challenges of being successful and that it may not be as easy or as glamorous as it appears? Have you ever considered or wondered that there might be lots of lessons or opportunities to be gained from experiencing failures in your life, and that it’s not as bad as it may seem?

So, I leave you with some questions to ask yourself, that may be able to balance your perceptions of success and failure, and will leave you with a sense of fulfilment instead of the one-sided happiness or sadness.

1. Let’s say that you believe success is the answer to happiness, what would be all the downsides of being successful? How would it be a disservice to you? How would it hold you back? What pressures would it place on you? Answer this at least 50 times to balance out your infatuations or illusions you’ve had about success being the answer to happiness.

2. You may also believe that failure is the ultimate nightmare but what would be all the benefits of failing and having to try again? What would you gain from failing? How would failing serve you and push you forward? How would failing alleviate the pressures you’re faced with? Answer this at least 50 times to balance out the nightmares you’ve had about failing and it leading to sadness or disappointment.