My Vision for What’s to Come
I wanted to stop by to give you a vision for where things are going right now.
I wanted to have a place that people could come to, not only to learn about their love lives, but that would be gender neutral, and for people to come on my journey with me.
Whether in your career, social life, family life, health, energy, finances, if you want more success, this is the place.
Think of this as the ‘achiever’s blog’.
I don’t want you to experience just the ‘media version’ of me.
Here I want to be able to share the behind-the-scenes of my journey, how it’s going, how I’m feeling, the stresses I’m dealing with, and use these learnings to help you achieve what you want to achieve in your life.
A really down to earth, heart-felt blog.
More videos and articles soon. See you soon!
12 Responses to “My Vision for What’s to Come”
Leo F. Calvo • April 9th, 2013 at 9:54 pm
Hey Matt, big fan of you, is everything allright?
I just want to ask you something that’s always in my head most of the time and I think it’s kind of important.
The thing is that I’m gay… but I’m scared to tell it to my friends because I’ve been lying about it, and I’m 21, and I want to be brave and talk to them. How do I defeat the fear of rejection and be myself once and for all.
A big hug from Costa Rica,
PD. I like this guy, his bi and he’s startting to like my Facebook pics after a while (a couple of years in Facebook without really talking) and I don’t know how to introduce myself or I should not say anything
Karen Alane • April 10th, 2013 at 2:19 am
Congrats Matt! I look forward to following your journey and learning from you and with you. See you in Dallas! X
Rebecca • April 15th, 2013 at 5:16 am
Matthew, I hope to hear lots more from you about various aspects of life. Already, much of what you say is applicable to many aspects of life.
Raven • April 17th, 2013 at 3:54 pm
First of all, I just want to thank you for taking the time to share pieces of yourself and your personal journey with us. I feel like your blog can really help assist me in breaking free of the restraints I’ve found myself in for many years. Though I may be young, I’ve experienced situations that have made me wiser and yet, at the same time, more guarded. I’m very much looking forward to diving into this journey with you.
I’m grateful that you’ll not only be sharing with us your success and victories here, but also the hardships you face along with the rest of us. I feel like that’s crucial in establishing a mutual sense of trust, and as a result, makes me more willing and eager to participate. We’re all imperfect human beings here and I admire the fact that you are placing yourself on the same level as the rest of us. That’s how I know you’re a genuine and honest guy, and exactly the kind of person I believe I can learn a lot from.
I very much look forward to hearing more soon! I’m grateful to have this chance to connect with someone who has inspired me (Yes, that would be you!)
Michael Gerstein • April 20th, 2013 at 7:44 am
You are warm, friendly, confident, open. I am too, BUT with big difference. I can relax, be friendly, be life and soul of party, funny, when I’m with people I know well. Then I can light up a room. BUT, when it comes to meeting people I don’t know, and especially if I’m anxious and desperate to make new friends, my warm, friendly, confidence disappears; an empty feeling hits me, and I get tense, and anti social.
A lifetime of being bullied, abused, hurt, etc., by family and people, has made me very sensitive to getting close to people; afraid they’ll hurt me again, sort of thing. This may not be the kind of comment you want, but I’m making it, because I am severely stuck, and also, your video above, seems to imply that you want to share with us, and vice versa.
Amelia Herb • April 27th, 2013 at 1:42 am
Thank you for being genuine. Always lovely to hear a voice speaking from the heart to the heart. Looking forward to the inspiration, hard times, and growth! Cheers!
Faith Mosio • May 7th, 2013 at 2:57 am
Just went to your live event over the weekend in Chicago at the Blackstone. I saw a snipet of your LA session and the responses—yes you were right- we were much louder and responsive. (I was laughing pretty loud–especially at the UK colloquialisms that you had to explain to the rest of the audience). I digress. I wanted to again thank you for the life lessons you imparted in the session. I first saw you on Ready for Love, and instantly I wanted to hear more about what you had to say about relationships. You were practical, straightforward and dead on in your interpretations of human dynamics. I thought wow, here is the mentor I’ve been looking for in life since I was 15! Life has been very hard for me in the last 2 years. Every aspect of my life has imploded. Marriage, House, Car, Job, School …you name it. Now as a single mom, my stress levels are through the roof, but it is all in perspective. You helped me remember my value which helped me see my options and my decisions that much clearer. The challenges are still there, but my ability to tackle them, that millimeter change in perspective, has made all the difference. Your journey has been blessed Matt, and I love that you are always trying to stay in the moment as you move forward. Unique pairings does not begin to describe you. I adore your perserverance, your truth, your potty mouth and your little boy swagger. Soldier on Matt!!
See you soon,
T • May 23rd, 2013 at 11:39 pm
I so love that you’re doing this! I rarely seek out the blogs and videos of the famous, much less write a response. However, I happened upon the Ready for Love show and love the undeniable value that you bring there. What’s unique about your energy and style of communicating is the clarity and passion with which you express truth. To me, this is the mark of someone who walks their talk and does the *real* personal internal work necessary to maintain such clarity, connection to your values, internal awareness of your own state of well being and ability to nurture and stay plugged into your own source of energy. What sealed my interest in who you are was how you intervened with Allie to rise to her best self when she was ‘thrown under the bus’ by the other women the other night; to rise rather than sink. I appreciate how you reflected such immense character and deep compassion for your client at the moment she needed it the most. You helped her connect to her own strength, own her power in a way that didn’t reduce the other women around her and refuse to acknowledge that there was any other possibility than her succeeding in that moment. You weren’t just her Gladiator that night. You were everyone’s Gladiator that night. And no one becomes a Gladiator in life without hard work. For this, you gained my ultimate respect. So, thank you for your hard work, Matthew. Thank you so much! Thank you for your living example of what it means to live an empowered life. You helped us see how to not become victims, and get clear about the fact that no matter what the circumstances, it’s never about ‘them’. The work is always with ourselves. I look forward to following your blog.
Wishing you much Love, Light and Rest, Matthew!
Christina • May 26th, 2013 at 8:23 pm
Thanks for the invitation 🙂 It means a lot because I’m really going to need the inspiration there I’m trying to go, so thanks!! Love the focus on a great-life mindset in general, and that you so much of yourself to help others, just love it!!
All the best wishes from Denmark – would like see your event here in Scandinavia 😉
See you soon!
Actually Mummy... • October 13th, 2013 at 12:36 pm
I’d love to subscribe to have an email whenever you post – will you add that option?
RMAU • June 15th, 2016 at 3:47 am
In fact, the listing function is allowing me to stay organized and place different focuses on each group if I need to, so that I have lower chance of missing something relevant to my purpose, or get disorganized in my process of reading through a large number of tweets. I know Twitter is not perfect. But it s pretty darn amazing! Twitter is one of the crucial catalyst for bringing my vision to reality.
Monika • February 26th, 2017 at 9:12 pm
I didn’t like you -first. …Until I watched the Video with you and your blue eye, caught in boxing 🙂
From that moment I could sense something of the real achiever in you and the real Matt who
is taking his own struggles and make his own fight actually helpful to motivate and strengthen
other people and this is really, really beautiful. Me, I started to challenge myself in as many ways as possible –
may it be in martial arts (BJJ) in overcoming fears of not pleasing, not being sozialising enough
etc after a really hard time in my life in which I had to lose a Partner, struggle as single mum and overcome
a traumatizing experience. It helped me a great deal to face my fears and start overcoming them and I like your ideas about communication, connecting and getting out of comfort zones. Please downsize the ready made tips and cheesy stuff and do more of the communication Things, the retreat, involving your great brother etc… it will pay off just the same, at least in no money ways.
I also totally< agrewee with your bro on what makes a woman sexy, and I think you two can be a big example in actually not
repeating all the silly women magazine's stuff and hitting people with being REAL! I love your irony and your humour and how
you connect with people, this is sooo appreciated, it turns back a thousand times to you, you are experiencing right now that giving is making you richer than taking 🙂 thanks for giving and Keep fighting ( try bjj 😉 ) love, mo