How you ask a man for something may be even more important than what you are asking for. In order to get what you want out of life, you need to be able to ask for it in the right way. This week, Lisa talks about the correct way to ask for what you want from a man, in a way that will make him delighted to give it to you. She talks about first getting clear on what you want, then asking in a tone that showers in him love and kindness rather than making him feel like he wants to run in another direction. Lisa shares an example of a client that stopped her man’s less than stellar behavior, and got what she wanted by using these steps, and what you can learn from it to get a man to show up for you. Lisa also talks about why a man’s relationship with his mother matters.
What You’ll Hear In This Episode:
- Men want to make us happy. If a man is really into you, he will be listening for cues and ways to help you get what you want, which will make him feel like a hero.
- What does it mean to be truly emotionally naked, and how can it help you get what you truly desire?
- Stop saying that you don’t WANT or NEED a man, and say this instead!
- How can you communicate in a way that is not demeaning or smothering, but compassionate and kind?
- What are the biggest mistakes women make which actually causes the opposite of them getting what they want?
- What can we learn about a man’s relationship with his mother?
- Before you ask a man for something or set up any expectations, you need to get really, really clear on what it is you want.
- As much as we may wish he was, a man isn’t a mindreader!
Continue On Your Journey
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- “You’ve got to start to learn how to get emotionally naked and admit that there are things you not only want from a man, but need from a man.” – Lisa
- “Men want and need to know what makes you happy, or they can’t give it to you.” – Lisa
- “You’ve got to let somebody come into the relationship and see who they are to see if it’s somebody you can be with.” – Lisa
- “You’re going to have to learn how to ask for what you want and need but in a romantic, loving, and respectful way.” – Lisa