How to overcome your fears
Hi Guys today we’re going to talk about how to overcome your fears. The biggest obstacle most men face when it comes to dating is facing their own fear. The biggest fear that most men face is rejection and this is something men face a lot more than women as social taboo dictates that it is that the man that has to make the first move.
The reason why most men suffer from approach anxiety is that society has influenced them so much that not only do they fear the initial rejection but they are afraid of being viewed as a creep. So, this is how you succeed. Take action and approach When I first started out in improving my dating life I got rejected a lot and yes it did affect me.
A lot of it was down to me doing something that was completely outside my comfort zone. Because I was just starting out in this area of my life I was not very good at it so of course I received a lot of setbacks. But yet I kept going despite how I felt because I had never felt so determined to succeed with dating.
But after months of approaching I finally started to feel more confident in what I was doing. Through trial and error my approaching and making a first impression with women during the day and in bars and clubs gradually improved. Iain Myles is an executive dating coach of Kamalifestyles.
He’s highly experienced in live training of our clients on streets, in bars and clubs. Iain teaches the core principles of the approach that every guy needs to know to become successful in dating. Leave a Comment letting us know what you think. If you enjoyed make sure you like, share and subscribe!
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Iain Myles is an internationally recognised dating coach and co-owner of the UK’s largest dating coaching company, Kamalifestyles. Iain is also an internet sensation thanks to the multiple viral videos posted through the YouTube channel KamaTV, which has grossed over 100 million views.
Iain has appeared in numerous newspaper columns and radio shows across the world. He is a regular contributor to BBC Radio in the UK.