Knowing what inspires a woman to say YES is like having the keys to the kingdom. Today’s guest shows us men do not need to become a bad boy or an asshole. The path to inspiring a woman’s YES is actually deep healing and loving yourself.
There is a lot more to a woman’s response than meets the eye. From a shallow perspective, women respond to bad boys or assholes, men who don’t treat them well. But when we look deeper, we see a much more nuanced version of what women experience. Instead of having to get mean or distant, I’ve found that you can get amazing responses from women when you are healed and whole.
On today’s Man Alive podcast episode I was joined by Nakada Brown, lifestyle and relationship coach for men and author of the book: Heart on Break: Taking a Break From Relationship to Become a Better Man. Nakada has done the real work of healing himself and supports men to do so as well. While it may be controversial, he sees value in taking a break between relationships to help your heart heal.
In our powerful conversation we discussed…
- Understanding how women respond to you based on their history
- What the feminine is beyond beauty and charm
- How to know your masculine form of presence and energetic penetration
- The role purpose plays in fulfillment and attraction
- What is a confused vs. clear masculine essence
Nakada has gained deep wisdom I believe will benefit all men, whether you’re single or in a relationship. When you’re done with this one, check out this episode on the surprising skill that makes men successful in love and business.
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Since the release of Heart On Break, Nakada has been coaching and advising men in the arena of purpose development, wellness and relationship management. He speaks from the success of reaching thousands of people with his book and incorporates the divine sciences of his ancestors into his coaching. Nakada helps his clients gain powerful knowledge of themselves that can transform their life.