Find Out MoreIf you answered âYES!â to any of these questions, then I have some important news for youâ¦
Youâre NOT alone. In fact, that list of questions came from my own personal experience and from learning about this area of my life for myself.
It takes over your thoughts where you canât focus on your job or other areas of your life. It overpowers everything elseâ¦
It feels good going into a social setting, walk right up to the people who invited you and start a conversation where everyone likes you.
It feels good knowing how to be the guy who gets invited everywhere, where people have to PERSUADE you to lose sleep and come hang out with them.
Who am I? And what do I have anything to do with anxiety, shyness and social issues? Let me tell you a short story about who I am and my life when I was shy, introverted and the guy who was always left out.
When I was growing up my father kept a tight leash around me to keep any outsiders from influencing me.
What that means is I wasnât allowed to have friends because theyâre âALL BAD INFLUENCEâ
My mother picked out my clothes and made sure it DIDNâT fit in with the mainstream crowdâ¦because if it did in her words Iâd become âcorruptâ.
I told myself Iâll build a career and hold out on the fun that everyone else is havingâ¦so I can reap the benefits later.
It-drove-me-insane and I didnât know what to do to make my social life better, how do I escape the wall of loneliness?
We sat down and I thought about when Iâd see her next and suggested âHey next time we can go to Symposium Café â Read more…