Everything is accounted for, measured and consistently improved.
They have systems and processes for everything, having go-to tools and methods for solving all sorts of problems.
The very wealthy ones are impeccable at this.
Same with their workouts:
They count their macros, track their max reps, time their meals and fine-tune their bodies to the smallest detail..
Day in and they out..
And when you look at their relationships..
they wing it!
Not realizing that the traits that created success in the other areas are some of the same ones that will do so in their relationship:
- Investing resources effectively (time, attention, money)
– Hiring help when needed (coaches, mentors, therapists)
– Developing rituals and structures (date night, errand day, relational culture, vows.)
– Consistency, patience and growth (instead, they start feeling they could do better – shiny objet syndrome.)
”Oh but Nico! you take the romance out of things! what about going with the flow?”
If “Your flow” was one of devotion to your beloved, then sure, follow your impulse..
But most men’s natural tendency is towards taking their partner for granted, being forgetful, focusing on their job and dismissing their family, not asking for help around relationships, and waiting until it’s too late and she’s too upset (and ready to leave) before they step up to the plate.
Get it together, brother.
And if you need help, reach out.