Is Your Life Complete?
Suppose for a moment you have achieved most of your professional goals and you are financially free. Suppose also you are healthy, fit, and your friends and family love and respect you. Moreover, you are old enough to appreciate your blessings and yet young enough to enjoy them. Sounds like a great life, right?
Note: You might even be tempted to say you have it all… but not so fast.
What if you are single not by choice? What if you can't find a quality partner in life? Even worse, what if you have a romantic partner but, after years of stumbling around without understanding human nature, you find yourself unhappy and unfulfilled?
What if your life is void of intimacy, sexual activity, gratification, fire and desire? What if you sleep alone with only a pillow for comfort? What if your “significant other” has become a disinterested housemate with incompatible goals, wants and needs?
Note: As we demonstrated in the “Science” link, dentifying the solution to a problem begins with forming “precise definitions.” Specifically, we must define precisely the words being used. Moreover, to insure clarity, each word must have but one meaning. That said…
We use the word “success” to represent the achievement of professional goals. To differentiate success in business from romance, we have coined the word “sexcess.
Note: ” Similarly, just as achieving your goals in business makes you successful, achieving your goals in romance makes you “sexcessful.”
We are not saying “sexcess” is more important than “success.” We are saying one without the other leaves us unfulfilled. Both “success” and “sexcess” are necessary for true happiness and a great life.
Make a choice and push the button to continue.