Nice Guys Finish Last with Geoff Laughton
Geoff Laughton is a relationship coach and recently joined me to record a Facebook live episode of the podcast! We dive deep into the Nice Guy syndrome that we find is commonly holding men back from finding lasting and fulfilling relationships. We reference Dr. Robert Glover’s book No More Mr. Nice Guy, Dating Essentials for Men, as well as Dr. Stan Tatkin’s Wired for Dating. Check out the full episode on iTunes, Spotify, or YouTube now!
On today’s episode, Geoff and I brought up one of my favorite quotes (and Geoff’s least favorite). Martha Beck says, “The way you do one thing is the way you do everything.” This quote means a lot to me because it encourages me to be self-led and to bring values into my life that I can use as daily guides to stay on point with my purpose.
Each of these books have helped me become a more authentic version of myself finally putting together the missing pieces in my personal life and repeated patterns that hold me back in relationships. If Geoff’s message resonates with you today, please connect with him at yourrelationshiparchitect.com or theevolvingman.com
Geoff believes that fear is what holds men back in relationships more than anything else and I agree. They believe that they will be found out to be some kind of fraud by their partner.
Geoff is a two time national best selling author of Building a Conflict Proof Relationship and Built to Last both are available at yourrelationshiparchitect.com. His mission in life is to help people be fully comfortable in their own skin & power using their relationship with self and other as the incubator. With his men’s work, Geoff is all about changing the paradigm of gender relations, empowering men to show up for themselves, their partners, and their lives.Tags: advice, approach to couples therapy, be bold, be real, believe, coaching, colorado, date, dating, dating for men, dave glaser, denver, dr robert glover, dr stan tatkin, geoff laughton, itunes, love, nice guy syndrome, no more mr nice guy, pact, podcast, psychobiological, psychobiology, relationship advice, relationship goals, relationships, the evolving man, wired for dating, your relationship architect