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"Don’t Let Anything Hold You Back" Says Country Music’s Amanda Lamb

I was inspired by this young vocalist and musician. Not only the sweet sound of her voice, but also her willingness to talk about challenging subjects—living with Diabetes, overcoming her fears and pursuing her musical dreams in lieu of the “normal” route to real life via college.

I know parents want the best for their children. Many times that results in guiding them toward the “safest route” which is generally not a career as a performer. However, the more I learn about life, the more I believe that every human being is born with passion and desire to express in ways that produce the deepest happiness possible.


If you are that person, grab that feeling and chase it! If you are a parent, look for it in your children and when you see it, challenge yourself to think outside the box. Perhaps your role can still be to guide your child but guide them in the context of their inspiration rather than your fears.

The “How-to” of Sex & Intimacy

No gimmicks. No games. No shenanigans.

If your goal was to have sex as much as possible, you would learn to be intimate.

Why?

Two reasons:

1.     The ability to be intimate is the single most attractive quality a man or woman can posses.

2.     When real intimacy is experienced, sex is the most natural expression of it.

Studies have shown that when a man admits to infidelity in therapy, he and his wife are more likely to have sex after the session than when they participate in any other dialog.

Really?

Yes. Because intimacy occurs when you move beyond your fears and insecurities. It’s when you’re raw and vulnerable. This happens when somebody finally tells the truth about something they’ve held back. Counter-intuitive to the reaction expected in a relationship, it makes the couple more attracted to each other.

Sex isn’t intimacy

Most people confuse intimacy and sex because they think they experience them together. What happens more often is that the experience of intimacy happens first and then leads to closeness or sex. If you’re thinking, “No, what happens before sex is two glasses of wine,” you’re not wrong. In that example the wine suppresses insecurities and you’re more comfortable being yourself around a potential mate. In that temporary, somewhat manufactured state of mind, a version of intimacy is created and a couple might express it physically.  Please note—it does not require the wine!

Intimacy is…

Deep beneath all your psychological and cultural conditioning is a single desire. Man or woman, it’s a desire to be loved and accepted for exactly who you are. Few moments are more vulnerable than admitting to a spouse that you did something wrong—especially cheating.

Depending on your relationship status and experiences, this might be a necessary step. However intimacy does not need to occur in the context of making a huge mistake and finally fessing up about it. It can be on the first date, the second and throughout a relationship.

I’ll save you the debates between Freudian and Jungian psychology, and “Mars vs. Venus.” A person who looks you in the eye and tells you directly what they think, what they’ve done, or what they believe is cultivating intimacy. They are saying, “here’s who I am.” No gimmicks, no games and no shenanigans. Even if you don’t like what they say or believe what they believe, you feel as though you know what that person stands for.

Intimacy is knowing who you are deep in your soul and then consistently interacting with others that way.

Sound like a bunch of new-age personal development jargon? I can say it very simply too. Identify what you want in your life, spend your time moving towards it, and along the way share it with those who are interested, or you are interested in.

I tell you this: That is intimacy—and intimacy is the single most attractive quality a man or woman can posses.

Your intimacy

Very few people stop and take a close look at this during their life. Even fewer make significant changes and open themselves up to deep connection with others. However, if you do, the experience you’ll be rewarded with is powerful beyond words. The closest I can find is intimacy.

Even the best Hollywood actor or director can’t mimic intimacy. When you’re in a real conversation in the real world there are no lights, professional makeup or soundtracks. Nor is there the buzz of the nightclub or the pseudo confidence you had from arriving with your friends. There is only you and the person you’re connecting to. No matter what the circumstances are, it’s an experience of expressing yourself authentically and unabashedly.

When you do, all the “rules” are off. Beautiful women will go for otherwise mediocre men—because you’re honest and have conviction about who you are. The flip-side is true too.  A woman capable of real intimacy will attract nearly any man she wants.

Intimacy often leads to sex and outstanding relationships. It doesn’t mean every one will be “till death due you part,” however you will bond deeply with your partners because there are fewer layers in between. Most likely your experience of intimacy will be multi-faceted. It will include deep conversations, real connection, personal growth, and far more sex than you’ve had before.
Please check out more from Corey:
@coreyjenkins on Twitter
Life with Awareness on YouTube
eBook Happiness, Love, Money & Real Life on Amazon
The “How-to” of Sex & Intimacy

No gimmicks. No games. No shenanigans.

If your goal was to have sex as much as possible, you would learn to be intimate.

Why?

Two reasons:

1.     The ability to be intimate is the single most attractive quality a man or woman can posses.

2.     When real intimacy is experienced, sex is the most natural expression of it.

Studies have shown that when a man admits to infidelity in therapy, he and his wife are more likely to have sex after the session than when they participate in any other dialog.

Really?

Yes. Because intimacy occurs when you move beyond your fears and insecurities. It’s when you’re raw and vulnerable. This happens when somebody finally tells the truth about something they’ve held back. Counter-intuitive to the reaction expected in a relationship, it makes the couple more attracted to each other.

Sex isn’t intimacy

Most people confuse intimacy and sex because they think they experience them together. What happens more often is that the experience of intimacy happens first and then leads to closeness or sex. If you’re thinking, “No, what happens before sex is two glasses of wine,” you’re not wrong. In that example the wine suppresses insecurities and you’re more comfortable being yourself around a potential mate. In that temporary, somewhat manufactured state of mind, a version of intimacy is created and a couple might express it physically.  Please note—it does not require the wine!

Intimacy is…

Deep beneath all your psychological and cultural conditioning is a single desire. Man or woman, it’s a desire to be loved and accepted for exactly who you are. Few moments are more vulnerable than admitting to a spouse that you did something wrong—especially cheating.

Depending on your relationship status and experiences, this might be a necessary step. However intimacy does not need to occur in the context of making a huge mistake and finally fessing up about it. It can be on the first date, the second and throughout a relationship.

I’ll save you the debates between Freudian and Jungian psychology, and “Mars vs. Venus.” A person who looks you in the eye and tells you directly what they think, what they’ve done, or what they believe is cultivating intimacy. They are saying, “here’s who I am.” No gimmicks, no games and no shenanigans. Even if you don’t like what they say or believe what they believe, you feel as though you know what that person stands for.

Intimacy is knowing who you are deep in your soul and then consistently interacting with others that way.

Sound like a bunch of new-age personal development jargon? I can say it very simply too. Identify what you want in your life, spend your time moving towards it, and along the way share it with those who are interested, or you are interested in.

I tell you this: That is intimacy—and intimacy is the single most attractive quality a man or woman can posses.

Your intimacy

Very few people stop and take a close look at this during their life. Even fewer make significant changes and open themselves up to deep connection with others. However, if you do, the experience you’ll be rewarded with is powerful beyond words. The closest I can find is intimacy.

Even the best Hollywood actor or director can’t mimic intimacy. When you’re in a real conversation in the real world there are no lights, professional makeup or soundtracks. Nor is there the buzz of the nightclub or the pseudo confidence you had from arriving with your friends. There is only you and the person you’re connecting to. No matter what the circumstances are, it’s an experience of expressing yourself authentically and unabashedly.

When you do, all the “rules” are off. Beautiful women will go for otherwise mediocre men—because you’re honest and have conviction about who you are. The flip-side is true too.  A woman capable of real intimacy will attract nearly any man she wants.

Intimacy often leads to sex and outstanding relationships. It doesn’t mean every one will be “till death due you part,” however you will bond deeply with your partners because there are fewer layers in between. Most likely your experience of intimacy will be multi-faceted. It will include deep conversations, real connection, personal growth, and far more sex than you’ve had before.
Please check out more from Corey:
@coreyjenkins on Twitter
Life with Awareness on YouTube
eBook Happiness, Love, Money & Real Life on Amazon

The “How-to” of Sex & Intimacy

No gimmicks. No games. No shenanigans.

If your goal was to have sex as much as possible, you would learn to be intimate.

Why?

Two reasons:

1.     The ability to be intimate is the single most attractive quality a man or woman can posses.

2.     When real intimacy is experienced, sex is the most natural expression of it.

Studies have shown that when a man admits to infidelity in therapy, he and his wife are more likely to have sex after the session than when they participate in any other dialog.

Really?

Yes. Because intimacy occurs when you move beyond your fears and insecurities. It’s when you’re raw and vulnerable. This happens when somebody finally tells the truth about something they’ve held back. Counter-intuitive to the reaction expected in a relationship, it makes the couple more attracted to each other.

Sex isn’t intimacy

Most people confuse intimacy and sex because they think they experience them together. What happens more often is that the experience of intimacy happens first and then leads to closeness or sex. If you’re thinking, “No, what happens before sex is two glasses of wine,” you’re not wrong. In that example the wine suppresses insecurities and you’re more comfortable being yourself around a potential mate. In that temporary, somewhat manufactured state of mind, a version of intimacy is created and a couple might express it physically.  Please note—it does not require the wine!

Intimacy is…

Deep beneath all your psychological and cultural conditioning is a single desire. Man or woman, it’s a desire to be loved and accepted for exactly who you are. Few moments are more vulnerable than admitting to a spouse that you did something wrong—especially cheating.

Depending on your relationship status and experiences, this might be a necessary step. However intimacy does not need to occur in the context of making a huge mistake and finally fessing up about it. It can be on the first date, the second and throughout a relationship.

I’ll save you the debates between Freudian and Jungian psychology, and “Mars vs. Venus.” A person who looks you in the eye and tells you directly what they think, what they’ve done, or what they believe is cultivating intimacy. They are saying, “here’s who I am.” No gimmicks, no games and no shenanigans. Even if you don’t like what they say or believe what they believe, you feel as though you know what that person stands for.

Intimacy is knowing who you are deep in your soul and then consistently interacting with others that way.

Sound like a bunch of new-age personal development jargon? I can say it very simply too. Identify what you want in your life, spend your time moving towards it, and along the way share it with those who are interested, or you are interested in.

I tell you this: That is intimacy—and intimacy is the single most attractive quality a man or woman can posses.

Your intimacy

Very few people stop and take a close look at this during their life. Even fewer make significant changes and open themselves up to deep connection with others. However, if you do, the experience you’ll be rewarded with is powerful beyond words. The closest I can find is intimacy.

Even the best Hollywood actor or director can’t mimic intimacy. When you’re in a real conversation in the real world there are no lights, professional makeup or soundtracks. Nor is there the buzz of the nightclub or the pseudo confidence you had from arriving with your friends. There is only you and the person you’re connecting to. No matter what the circumstances are, it’s an experience of expressing yourself authentically and unabashedly.

When you do, all the “rules” are off. Beautiful women will go for otherwise mediocre men—because you’re honest and have conviction about who you are. The flip-side is true too.  A woman capable of real intimacy will attract nearly any man she wants.

Intimacy often leads to sex and outstanding relationships. It doesn’t mean every one will be “till death due you part,” however you will bond deeply with your partners because there are fewer layers in between. Most likely your experience of intimacy will be multi-faceted. It will include deep conversations, real connection, personal growth, and far more sex than you’ve had before.

Please check out more from Corey:

@coreyjenkins on Twitter

Life with Awareness on YouTube

eBook Happiness, Love, Money & Real Life on Amazon

5 Keys to Happiness and Work

#1 Love It


One way to experience happiness at work is to love the operations of what you do. When I say “operations,” I mean the process that happens everyday in your business. For example, a grocery store’s operations include receiving food from delivery trucks, stocking the shelves, and cashiers helping customers at the check-out stands. If you love the hour-to-hour activities of what you do, you’re probably going to be very happy.

I see this regularly with professional artists. I’m not talking about Hollywood’s biggest stars. More often it’s the lesser known actors and filmmakers behind the scenes including writers, producers and directors. They are less driven by fame and more interested in the creative process. I also see it in songwriters and performing artists. Pat Monahan who leads the band Train is a great example. I saw him perform in Vail, Colorado. In addition to the absolute thrill of hearing their music, I observed Pat regularly pause between songs and address the audience of thousands in a voice that was clearly personal. I’m paraphrasing here but I recall him saying, “a sincere thanks to our fans who have supported our dream over the past seventeen years. There’s no way we could have made our dream come true if it wasn’t for you.” Shortly after, he sung the lyrics, “…it’s not just a daydream if you decide to make it your life.” 

If you research the band’s history, you’ll find they experienced their ups and downs, including rejection by a major label and several original members being fired for various reasons. But Pat’s love for making music—the operations of his business—helped the band overcome all challenges. They produced their own music when others wouldn’t and replaced old members with new ones that shared their passion. They loved what they did and slowly built a business model around being able to do what they loved most. If they only wanted the emotional highs of fame, they probably would not have had the perseverance to become the world famous Train we know today.
Interested in reading more from Corey? Get his eBook Happiness, Love, Money & Real Life on Amazon.
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5 Keys to Happiness and Work

#1 Love It


One way to experience happiness at work is to love the operations of what you do. When I say “operations,” I mean the process that happens everyday in your business. For example, a grocery store’s operations include receiving food from delivery trucks, stocking the shelves, and cashiers helping customers at the check-out stands. If you love the hour-to-hour activities of what you do, you’re probably going to be very happy.

I see this regularly with professional artists. I’m not talking about Hollywood’s biggest stars. More often it’s the lesser known actors and filmmakers behind the scenes including writers, producers and directors. They are less driven by fame and more interested in the creative process. I also see it in songwriters and performing artists. Pat Monahan who leads the band Train is a great example. I saw him perform in Vail, Colorado. In addition to the absolute thrill of hearing their music, I observed Pat regularly pause between songs and address the audience of thousands in a voice that was clearly personal. I’m paraphrasing here but I recall him saying, “a sincere thanks to our fans who have supported our dream over the past seventeen years. There’s no way we could have made our dream come true if it wasn’t for you.” Shortly after, he sung the lyrics, “…it’s not just a daydream if you decide to make it your life.” 

If you research the band’s history, you’ll find they experienced their ups and downs, including rejection by a major label and several original members being fired for various reasons. But Pat’s love for making music—the operations of his business—helped the band overcome all challenges. They produced their own music when others wouldn’t and replaced old members with new ones that shared their passion. They loved what they did and slowly built a business model around being able to do what they loved most. If they only wanted the emotional highs of fame, they probably would not have had the perseverance to become the world famous Train we know today.
Interested in reading more from Corey? Get his eBook Happiness, Love, Money & Real Life on Amazon.
Click here to see more tips about Money & Happiness
5 Keys to Happiness and Work

#1 Love It


One way to experience happiness at work is to love the operations of what you do. When I say “operations,” I mean the process that happens everyday in your business. For example, a grocery store’s operations include receiving food from delivery trucks, stocking the shelves, and cashiers helping customers at the check-out stands. If you love the hour-to-hour activities of what you do, you’re probably going to be very happy.

I see this regularly with professional artists. I’m not talking about Hollywood’s biggest stars. More often it’s the lesser known actors and filmmakers behind the scenes including writers, producers and directors. They are less driven by fame and more interested in the creative process. I also see it in songwriters and performing artists. Pat Monahan who leads the band Train is a great example. I saw him perform in Vail, Colorado. In addition to the absolute thrill of hearing their music, I observed Pat regularly pause between songs and address the audience of thousands in a voice that was clearly personal. I’m paraphrasing here but I recall him saying, “a sincere thanks to our fans who have supported our dream over the past seventeen years. There’s no way we could have made our dream come true if it wasn’t for you.” Shortly after, he sung the lyrics, “…it’s not just a daydream if you decide to make it your life.” 

If you research the band’s history, you’ll find they experienced their ups and downs, including rejection by a major label and several original members being fired for various reasons. But Pat’s love for making music—the operations of his business—helped the band overcome all challenges. They produced their own music when others wouldn’t and replaced old members with new ones that shared their passion. They loved what they did and slowly built a business model around being able to do what they loved most. If they only wanted the emotional highs of fame, they probably would not have had the perseverance to become the world famous Train we know today.
Interested in reading more from Corey? Get his eBook Happiness, Love, Money & Real Life on Amazon.
Click here to see more tips about Money & Happiness

5 Keys to Happiness and Work

#1 Love It

One way to experience happiness at work is to love the operations of what you do. When I say “operations,” I mean the process that happens everyday in your business. For example, a grocery store’s operations include receiving food from delivery trucks, stocking the shelves, and cashiers helping customers at the check-out stands. If you love the hour-to-hour activities of what you do, you’re probably going to be very happy.

I see this regularly with professional artists. I’m not talking about Hollywood’s biggest stars. More often it’s the lesser known actors and filmmakers behind the scenes including writers, producers and directors. They are less driven by fame and more interested in the creative process. I also see it in songwriters and performing artists. Pat Monahan who leads the band Train is a great example. I saw him perform in Vail, Colorado. In addition to the absolute thrill of hearing their music, I observed Pat regularly pause between songs and address the audience of thousands in a voice that was clearly personal. I’m paraphrasing here but I recall him saying, “a sincere thanks to our fans who have supported our dream over the past seventeen years. There’s no way we could have made our dream come true if it wasn’t for you.” Shortly after, he sung the lyrics, “…it’s not just a daydream if you decide to make it your life.”

If you research the band’s history, you’ll find they experienced their ups and downs, including rejection by a major label and several original members being fired for various reasons. But Pat’s love for making music—the operations of his business—helped the band overcome all challenges. They produced their own music when others wouldn’t and replaced old members with new ones that shared their passion. They loved what they did and slowly built a business model around being able to do what they loved most. If they only wanted the emotional highs of fame, they probably would not have had the perseverance to become the world famous Train we know today.

Interested in reading more from Corey? Get his eBook Happiness, Love, Money & Real Life on Amazon.

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Veteran Comic Craig Shoemaker Shares an Intimate Story about Robin Williams and his own Brushes with Darkness

There is an almost unbelievable list of professional comics and their tragic deaths including John Belushi, Chris Farley, Phil Hartman and John Candy—all passed while in their 30’s or 40’s. On August 11th, 2014 Robin Williams also took his life.

The pattern is too consistent to go unnoticed!

What’s the connection? During this very special interview with Craig Shoemaker he reveals in detail what many artists and entertainers have in common—a deep desire to feel loved. Please watch and experience Craig’s transparency for yourself.

PERSONAL COMMENT FROM COREY:

I met Craig several years ago without knowing the details of his childhood or his experience with drugs, alcohol and suicide. All I knew is that his authenticity was infectious. I wanted to know more!

During this interview I kept noticing his humanness. Never did he try to cover up his story nor did he claim to be a guru. What he did do was turn himself emotionally inside out and revealed the experiences that contributed to his life. Even the ones most of us are taught to be ashamed of or lock away forever as secrets.  Instead Craig showed up as a human—a man that can make mistakes, forgive himself, listen to his heart and then take action with his mind and body. 

You can also watch the full, uncut version of this at http://goo.gl/CoM8rj

Craig is making significant changes to his life and career this year. I encourage you to learn more at http://CraigShoemaker.com

What are Men Honestly Looking for in Women?

James Swanwick (former ESPN Anchor) joins Corey Jenkins for this discussion.

Corey Jenkins & Zo Williams Discuss the Infamous “N word”

…and offer key insights to end racism and cultivate development in cross-cultural human relations.

The most powerful part of this experience was to hear Zo’s perspective. Unconscious attachment and over-identification with our cultural identities are the primary source of separation and conflict among humans. However, there is a difference between knowing that and taking action to connect, acknowledge, and make amends where necessary.

As a white, male American I am Aware that in the U.S., we as a nation (dominated by white males) agreed it was legal and moral to own slaves until 1865. I’m also Aware of our history with Native Americans. I’m also Aware that we did not allow women to vote until 1920. All of these were based in a belief system that represented the collective consciousness of what we call the United States at that time.

To every non white male human being—American or otherwise—I apologize. I apologize on behalf of the collective consciousnesses of this country’s forefathers. While great innovators and leaders in many ways, the perspective and treatment of non white male humans was unacceptable. I am sincerely sorry for the pain and suffering you experienced.

I also invite you into a new perspective. I invite you into the possibility that without your great sacrifice, there could not have been the evolution we have the opportunity for now. As humans we learn through observing opposites, juxtapositions and through experience. Without being able to look back at what was, we would not be able to imagine what could be. I imagine healing through conversation, Awareness and  more love-based experiences together as people—not as races.

I am  committed to creating this in my world one day at a time. Please take responsibility for this in your life too.

Our nation and our world will change collectively as each piece of it changes. Me, you, and then we!

#2 Own it
Owning a business is the most common avenue to becoming a millionaire. This is any business that you build regardless of the industry or exact operations. It could be a dry cleaning store, a construction company or one of the many burgeoning tech corporations. The “own it” model of making money and happiness is the one where the joy comes in the development of something. You are still clear why you do what you do, but the joy is from the creation process itself more so than exactly what you are creating.
Interested in reading more from Corey? Get his eBook Happiness, Love, Money & Real Life on Amazon.
#2 Own it
Owning a business is the most common avenue to becoming a millionaire. This is any business that you build regardless of the industry or exact operations. It could be a dry cleaning store, a construction company or one of the many burgeoning tech corporations. The “own it” model of making money and happiness is the one where the joy comes in the development of something. You are still clear why you do what you do, but the joy is from the creation process itself more so than exactly what you are creating.
Interested in reading more from Corey? Get his eBook Happiness, Love, Money & Real Life on Amazon.

#2 Own it

Owning a business is the most common avenue to becoming a millionaire. This is any business that you build regardless of the industry or exact operations. It could be a dry cleaning store, a construction company or one of the many burgeoning tech corporations. The “own it” model of making money and happiness is the one where the joy comes in the development of something. You are still clear why you do what you do, but the joy is from the creation process itself more so than exactly what you are creating.

Interested in reading more from Corey? Get his eBook Happiness, Love, Money & Real Life on Amazon.

#3 Manage it
Inside large corporations I’ve frequently witnessed people who truly enjoy the process of building a successful team, managing accounts or a specific component of a business. People who know themselves and truly enjoy this responsibility can easily derive true happiness and reap the financial rewards that come with management positions. In most companies, this is represented by a Director or Vice President title, signifying a level of responsibility in which your performance is directly related to the success of the company. These roles pay handsomely in exchange for the responsibility and time it usually takes to manage people and operations well.
Interested in reading more from Corey? Get his eBook Happiness, Love, Money & Real Life on Amazon.
#3 Manage it
Inside large corporations I’ve frequently witnessed people who truly enjoy the process of building a successful team, managing accounts or a specific component of a business. People who know themselves and truly enjoy this responsibility can easily derive true happiness and reap the financial rewards that come with management positions. In most companies, this is represented by a Director or Vice President title, signifying a level of responsibility in which your performance is directly related to the success of the company. These roles pay handsomely in exchange for the responsibility and time it usually takes to manage people and operations well.
Interested in reading more from Corey? Get his eBook Happiness, Love, Money & Real Life on Amazon.

#3 Manage it

Inside large corporations I’ve frequently witnessed people who truly enjoy the process of building a successful team, managing accounts or a specific component of a business. People who know themselves and truly enjoy this responsibility can easily derive true happiness and reap the financial rewards that come with management positions. In most companies, this is represented by a Director or Vice President title, signifying a level of responsibility in which your performance is directly related to the success of the company. These roles pay handsomely in exchange for the responsibility and time it usually takes to manage people and operations well.

Interested in reading more from Corey? Get his eBook Happiness, Love, Money & Real Life on Amazon.

#5 Marry it
I’m sure it sounds like I’m joking but I’m not. Of course, I’m not suggesting that anybody marry for money only. However, I do see some Awareness-level relationships where one person holds a high-income job, while their partner provides support. Once again, both people must be deeply in touch with who they are, really love what they do and be open with their partner.
Whatever model you choose, the responsibility is always on you to be Aware of why you are doing what you are doing.
Interested in reading more from Corey? Get his eBook Happiness, Love, Money & Real Life on Amazon.
#5 Marry it
I’m sure it sounds like I’m joking but I’m not. Of course, I’m not suggesting that anybody marry for money only. However, I do see some Awareness-level relationships where one person holds a high-income job, while their partner provides support. Once again, both people must be deeply in touch with who they are, really love what they do and be open with their partner.
Whatever model you choose, the responsibility is always on you to be Aware of why you are doing what you are doing.
Interested in reading more from Corey? Get his eBook Happiness, Love, Money & Real Life on Amazon.

#5 Marry it

I’m sure it sounds like I’m joking but I’m not. Of course, I’m not suggesting that anybody marry for money only. However, I do see some Awareness-level relationships where one person holds a high-income job, while their partner provides support. Once again, both people must be deeply in touch with who they are, really love what they do and be open with their partner.

Whatever model you choose, the responsibility is always on you to be Aware of why you are doing what you are doing.

Interested in reading more from Corey? Get his eBook Happiness, Love, Money & Real Life on Amazon.