I’ve got another cool video today that I recorded, which is also new content that I recently taught at an event.
In this video, I am sharing a powerful distinction that I learned after reading the book Mastery by George Leonard.
In it, he talks about the 4 personality types to mastery. I’ve applied these principles to success with women and dating.
This will help you figure out exactly what personality type you are, and ultimately what you need to do to become a MASTER at something. I’m sure you’ll find this extremely valuable.
Watch the video below in full:
So, which personality type are you?
1) The Dabbler
2) The Obsessive
3) The Hacker
4) The Master
Ultimately, you want to be the master.
The most common people I see through coaching and seminars are the Dabbler and the Hacker.
The Dabbler is the guy that says “I want to be successful with women and dating” and comes out to a few seminars, and eventually throws in the towel as soon as he begins hitting a plateau. It’s easy to spot these kinds of people. Their average life-span is about 3 months. They will inevitably jump into something new because they enjoy that sense of progress, but eventually quit that as well. These people don’t accomplish much in life.
The Hacker is the one that goes out every so often, goes to seminars once in awhile, and kind of “half-asses” his way through the journey. He ultimately doesn’t get anywhere either… and ends up being in the exact same spot years down the road. He may make slow progress… but man, it is SLOW. This guy loves his comfort zone and just wants the “feeling” of making progress, but never actually does.
And the Obsessive, which I used to be, is the guy that pushes harder and harder the moment he hits a plateau. He is on the pain train, and is going through constant frustration. He makes a lot of progress and breaks through, but the journey isn’t enjoyable.
The Master requires emotional maturity. He embodies and lives “kaizen” – constant and never-ending improvement. He ENJOYS the journey, which is important. And he anticipates and knows exactly how to deal with plateaus. He is smart – he doesn’t try to do it on his own or keep pushing through. He’ll find a mentor, a coach, a book, or is willing to take a step back to move forward.
You need to become a Master.
If you do, success will be easily within your grasp.
Want to master success with women once and for all?