Robin Austin Reed
With a background in ministry and philosophy, Robin spent 30 years struggling with the pillars of Religion. Finally breaking free, he questions the 'normal' to now be considered an evocative, and sometimes controversial thought leader. Pushing the limits of society and culture, Robin guides others to find their own freedom in a life of self-empowered creation, partnered with deep resonance to live with originality. Robin is an ordained minister, performing marriages and the customary duties of ministry including spiritual guidance and consulting. Robin's passion is in seeing strong masculinity meet the opposite world of radically elegant femininity. Coaching self-development, personal energy, and the breaking away from limiting beliefs, Robin works with his students and clients to create pure and honest alliances for personal and business relationships.
When is the last time you felt like that regarding something you wanted to achieve? If it's been a while, or you're steeped in confusion, or simply lacking the breakthrough you want in your relationship, business, body or acquisition, let me introduce you to the tool that will solve this problem.
It's not just blind ambition or a competitive desire to win, it's much more to being a fabulous entrepreneur. It's doing what others think can't be done, it's working through the constant peril of obstacles and dead ends to get that internal juice to find flow and create. Entrepreneurs don't choose this path, the path chooses them and then grinds them into refinement to become consistent business people that form strong foundations.
Setting the bar and creating boundaries in what you will and won’t accept in a potential partner can be daunting, and, it can also be liberating.
I have a confession: vulnerability is confusing to me. Like, really confusing! It feels counter-intuitive.
This a plea for a right of passage, a right to feel masculine and have enough satisfactory proof that it’s unshakably true. Without courage, we shrivel away from things that matter, grow cowardly in our thinking and fail to meet the challenges that make us strong.
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