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Thursday, September 25, 2014

Be Authentic

There are so many so-called "dating coaches" and supposed "self-help books" out there that are stealing money from men teaching them to attract women by playing a character. It's bullshit and if somehow you attract a woman with one of these cheap tactics, you will end up regretting it. The problem is she fell for a character you were playing -- not you. And rather than getting to enjoy your time with this woman, you will have to focus on playing a character. That means lying. Lying again. Remembering your lies. And never getting to relax and be yourself.

I only coach authenticity. This goes for every aspect of life.  If you want to attract beautiful, quality women and truly enjoy a relationship with them, then you must be authentic.

Approach a woman with bullshit -- don't be surprised when your future with her stinks.

If you want to attract beautiful women by being your authentic self, then contact me here.

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© Jason Nik and JNikLC, 2014. All material posted on this blog is owned by Jason Nik. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written consent from Jason Nik is strictly prohibited. Links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Jason Nik and JNikLC with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

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All content provided on JNikLC is for informational purposes only. Jason Nik makes no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any information on this site or found by following any link on this site. Jason Nik will not be liable for any errors or omissions in this information nor for the availability of this information. Jason Nik will not be liable for any personal, emotional, and/or physical injury, death, or loss of property which may occur as a result of engaging in anything discussed in this blog.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Debunking the Nice Guy Myth

The old saying "nice guys finish last" is a myth -- sort of. In terms of relationships, being a "nice guy" has a whole other meaning than what people think it means. It has nothing to do with chivalry and romance, but everything to do with with identity and self-worth.

Respect yourself. Respect your ideas. Have your own opinions. Know your worth. Be confident. Love yourself. Be passionate. -- These are all things the "nice guy" that's finishing last lacks. It has nothing to do with treating a woman right, but everything to do with trying too hard and in all the wrong ways to impress her.

The guy that lacks those qualities will quickly go to the friendzone.

Remember, it's not about being respectful to women. A real man will always be respectful to women (that doesn't mean he can't flirtatiously tease her), but respect doesn't mean a lack of identity and self-worth. In fact, I would argue that the man who knows his identity and appreciates his self-worth has a better ability to respect women than one that doesn't.

Be chivalrous. Be romantic. Be respectful. Be confident in yourself. -- Be a real man.

Or keep doing what you're doing and be single in the friendzone.

The choice is yours.

If you're tired of being put in the friendzone and ready to get the girl, contact me here.

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All content provided on JNikLC is for informational purposes only. Jason Nik makes no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any information on this site or found by following any link on this site. Jason Nik will not be liable for any errors or omissions in this information nor for the availability of this information. Jason Nik will not be liable for any personal, emotional, and/or physical injury, death, or loss of property which may occur as a result of engaging in anything discussed in this blog.

Monday, September 22, 2014

Say Goodbye to Awkward Silence

One of the most uncomfortable things you can experience during a date or when talking to someone of interest is an awkward pause or awkward silence. You desperately want to say something and the longer the silence takes the more awkward it gets.

Sometimes you might grasp for anything to say, anything to stop the awkwardness, so you say something that is infinitely more awkward than the earlier silence and you just wish you could disappear. Unfortunately, you can't disappear. I had a client who came to me with trouble holding conversations with women. He told me he was once on a date experiencing a silence so awkward and he felt so uncomfortable that he started talking about the water he was drinking. That's right -- water. He was so desperate for conversation the first thing that popped into his mind was to talk about how tasty the water was. Not the food. The water. As soon as he said it, he knew it was a mistake, but it was too late and it comes as no surprise that there was no second date.

He needed to build his communication confidence. Communication confidence is necessary for successful dating. So I taught him my method for communication confidence. And because I hate to see men suffering from painfully awkward silences, I'm going to teach you all the basics of this method.

My technique is designed to teach you to stop the awkward silences, as well as, increase your communication confidence.

Have your ever noticed how extroverted people seem to always have something to talk about, even when it seems like there's nothing to talk about? It's because within an extroverted person's desire to be social, he or she can talk about anything. My method for communication confidence is built on that principle. From now on, everywhere you go -- be observant. Notice things and in your head make comments about those things. As you do this more and more, make interesting observations, something that you would like to talk about with someone else. These are not things to remember for later. No -- this is practice, so when you're ready to talk to someone you will easily be able to observe the situation around you, then quickly and confidently talk about something interesting.

Need more help with dating and relationships, contact me here.


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© Jason Nik and JNikLC, 2014. All material posted on this blog is owned by Jason Nik. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written consent from Jason Nik is strictly prohibited. Links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Jason Nik and JNikLC with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

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All content provided on JNikLC is for informational purposes only. Jason Nik makes no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any information on this site or found by following any link on this site. Jason Nik will not be liable for any errors or omissions in this information nor for the availability of this information. Jason Nik will not be liable for any personal, emotional, and/or physical injury, death, or loss of property which may occur as a result of engaging in anything discussed in this blog.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Communication is Necessary

Communication is necessary for a healthy and fulfilling relationship. Even more than attraction, because people can be more attracted to each other than any couple ever has in the history of life but if they can't communicate their dreams, desires, strengths, weaknesses, etc. their relationship is destined to fail.

A couple needs to be able to express themselves to each other. 

If someone disagrees with their partner about something, being open and discussing that disagreement can save the couple from an argument.

When a holiday is coming, the couple that communicates is more likely to know exactly the kind of gift their partner wants -- whether it is specific or a surprise.

Sex is better for the couple that knows what the other wants. Not predicts. Knows. And the only way to know is if you either find out by chance during sex or you find out for sure during conversation. It may sound silly to some to tell your partner exactly what you want sexually, but the satisfaction you both get from knowing what the other wants will make that communication worth it.

Communication allows couples to work together to solve individual problems and relationship issues. Communication invites a couple to build goals they can work towards -- thus enhancing their relationship.

Communication isn't just one component of a successful relationship, it is the most necessary component.

For life coaching, media, or other inquiries, please contact me here.

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© Jason Nik and JNikLC, 2014. All material posted on this blog is owned by Jason Nik. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written consent from Jason Nik is strictly prohibited. Links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Jason Nik and JNikLC with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

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All content provided on JNikLC is for informational purposes only. Jason Nik makes no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any information on this site or found by following any link on this site. Jason Nik will not be liable for any errors or omissions in this information nor for the availability of this information. Jason Nik will not be liable for any personal, emotional, and/or physical injury, death, or loss of property which may occur as a result of engaging in anything discussed in this blog.

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Jason Nik interview with Cheri Garcia



Cheri Garcia has done what many people dream of doing -- think of a great idea and then invent it. Luckily for all those dreamers, Cheri is making people's dreams a reality.

The inventor of the Luminous Envy Tanning Bed has a passion and work ethic that will inspire you to step up, no matter where you are in life.

I spoke with Cheri about her journey to success and how you can succeed too.
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Jason Nik: At JNikLC, I tell everyone “Dream. Conquer. Achieve. Repeat.” Every successful person has their obstacles. Some harder than others. You have had some pretty big obstacles in your life and conquered them to become very successful. Tell me what it took for you to conquer your obstacles. Cheri Garcia: Realizing my purpose, which is to inspire others to become a better version of themselves despite hardship or addiction. Realizing that purpose has made every obstacle seem like an opportunity. Every obstacle I conquer is another opportunity to inspire someone else to change their life. JN: There are so many people that dream of doing something, but they don’t have the skills, experience, or the education to do it -- so they give the excuse that those obstacles cannot be overcome and they give up. You are proof that with hard work and dedication, you can conquer those obstacles and succeed. Tell us a bit about your dream of becoming a journalist and how you achieved that dream. GG: Anybody can do anything they want. Period. It's America. Excuses are just a disguise for insecurities and fear of failure. I wanted to be a journalist, but was told I couldn't achieve that goal without education. I got creative and learned the ins and outs of the business. I called reporters and asked if I could come work with them for a day. My creativity finally paid off and I was offered not one, but two jobs in news. One station in Sherman TX, and one station in Dallas TX. I took both jobs and worked 7 days a week. I later left news to pursue my entrepreneurial goals.



JN: You invented what I believe to be the best way to tan -- the
Luminous Envy Tanning Bed. How did you come up with the idea? And how did you get started?

CG: When someone asks me: "How do I come up with an invention" I tell them to think of something you love doing and what would make it better. OR think of something you hate doing and what would make it better. Generally you can start brainstorming ideas. I loved to tan and wanted to make the process more enjoyable.

JN: Based on your experiences inventing -- what advice can you give someone who has a great idea for an invention? CG: Protection is priority. It's first to file now, so get a professional patent search and file for a provisional or utility patent right away. Then, start doing research on what materials to use and what it will take to create your product. Before filing your patent, try to speak with mentors to get a general idea on what the cost will be so you know what you're getting into. Inventions can easily cost over 100k after manufacturing, inventory and startup costs. JN: You went to jail many times before you turned your life around to become a successful entrepreneur. Now you’re giving back by being a mentor for the Prison Entrepreneurship Program (PEP). How important is it to you to be able to give back? CG: I'm not living my purpose if I don't give back. It's very important that I give back. It should be a priority for any successful entrepreneur to give back. JN: Tell us a little about PEP and your involvement with them. CG: I am a volunteer with PEP. I help the students with their business plans while they are still in the program. I help several of the graduates once they are out of prison. I also provide probono PR through the PR firm I work with.


JN: In addition to being an inventor and working on PEP, you also consult people with their inventions and businesses. Tell me how you've been able to guide people and take their ideas to the next level.
CG: I help people go from idea to invention. I also help people and companies build their brand through PR and marketing. I used to work in the newsroom at CBS, so I know most press releases get ignored. I come in and help companies look at their marketing plans from a different perspective and re-position the message for better results. Whether someone has an invention idea, business idea, or  wants to grow their current business... I love helping other entrepreneurs grow their income.  


JN: Cheri, thank you so much for your time. Are there any projects you would like the JNikLC readers to know about? CG: I've started a book that should launch April 1st 2015 and my app startup RentEval launched a few months ago and already gaining a lot of interest in property management.

For life coaching, media, or other inquiries, please contact me here.
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© Jason Nik and JNikLC, 2014. All material posted on this blog is owned by Jason Nik. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written consent from Jason Nik is strictly prohibited. Links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Jason Nik and JNikLC with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.
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All content provided on JNikLC is for informational purposes only. Jason Nik makes no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any information on this site or found by following any link on this site. Jason Nik will not be liable for any errors or omissions in this information nor for the availability of this information. Jason Nik will not be liable for any personal, emotional, and/or physical injury, death, or loss of property which may occur as a result of engaging in anything discussed in this blog.

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Strawberry Vanilla Smoothie

So excited that today is Tasty Tuesday, so I can introduce this healthy treat. Below is what I used to make it. Place the ingredients in the order listed and make your smoothie. On my Vitamix there is a smoothie setting, so I simply set it on that and flip the switch for it to be made. So what exactly is an avocado and lime doing in a Strawberry Vanilla Smoothie you ask? The avocado helps with weight-loss and to make the smoothie thicker. The lime is in there to brighten the flavor. You won't taste the lime, but you will notice a zing or kick to your strawberry vanilla flavor. The amount of strawberries depends on how big your blender is and how much of a smoothie you want -- just make sure you include more strawberries than any other ingredient. I put 2 scoops of the vanilla protein powder in there for flavor and protein.



Equipment
VitaMix

Ingredients
Soy Milk
Avocado
Strawberries
Lime
Vanilla Protein Powder
Ice


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Friday, September 5, 2014

Jason Nik interview with Fitness Coach Katie Summers


If I were to use people as an example of my motto "Dream. Conquer. Achieve. Repeat." no doubt Katie Summers would be one of those people. With an incredible transformation, her hard work and commitment inspires everyone who sees what she's accomplished. I spoke with Katie, a raw and bold fitness coach, so that she could share her story and inspire more people to make their own transformations. -------------- Jason Nik: How many days a week do you work out? And how long is an average workout for you? 
Katie Summers: I work out on average 6 days a week 1.5 hours a day. No less than one hour, no more than two. Except leg day. Leg day I live at the gym and crawl out like a sissy girl.
JN: Everybody faces obstacles when looking to achieve their dreams. Some people choose to let those obstacles stop them, because they think it's too much to overcome. Can you share with us some of the obstacles you faced and ultimately conquered on the way to your amazing transformation and continued success?
KS: Oh Gosh. I really don't think I can list them for you. I mean, you name it. I've had self doubt, I've been hurt, I mean I couldn't even start this with two push-ups. It was me versus every reason not to. Feeling selfish for chasing this, having young kids and feeling too exhausted or stretched thin, being called names by people for this because I don't watch TV but I workout instead so you can see what I do with my free time. The truth is nobody understands this until they do it. You have to do it to just get in there and understand this. If you don't do it, you go right back to being that person that was desperate enough to start. I refuse to go back to that place. Once I met this Katie, the one that transformed herself week to week out of pure determination I just went "You'll never go back" and I haven't. Every single day I choose to do what makes me better. This isn't a burden. This is my freedom. This is my joy. This is just who I am now. JN: Some people love to work out. They love the feeling of working out and look forward to it everyday. On the flip side there are people that hate to work out and dread doing it. What can you say to motivate those people?
KS: This is science. You do this hard enough, these little things called endorphins will fill your body and make you happy and you won't even be able to help yourself. This is a fact. If you hate exercise then something inside of your brain is making it a mental thing and not the simple task of being capable. Which you should enjoy. If you don't, I suggest you start digging. Find whatever makes you incapable, a burden and uproot that. That's wrong. You are capable of what many wish they could do. So do it. Or don't. But don't complain if you choose not to. JN: A common misconception people that don’t work out have about people that do work out is that people who work out spend their entire day focused on fitness and don’t have time for anything else. Can you share with us what a day in your life is really like?
KS: Yeah I wake up around with my son and make sure he stays asleep until at least. I wake up with my two little children I have a 3.5 year old daughter and a 19 month old son. After they wake up and we eat breakfast I wake up my husband and he hangs with them while I go to the gym. I leave by and am back before including drive time. I pack his lunch and he leaves then I spend my day cleaning, playing with my kids, doing regular mom stuff, and talking to my clients. Also, we dance a lot in my house. Like I'm sure we do more than most people. Kind of a freak show around here.
JN: What do you tell people who are on the verge of giving up?
KS: Honestly? Lately I've been saying, you either choose to move forward. Or you get back in your little motorized cart and ride around Walmart. That's where you'll end up if you want to go back to the misery of being unhealthy. Stuck. Unhealthy. Incapable. You don't have to. You can catch this now and be free. Or dont. Or get back in your scooter..it's up to you.



JN: Thank you for sharing your inspirational story with us, Katie. Is there any social media you would like to share with the JNikLC readers? 
I'd love everyone to check out my page @loseitconkatie on IG and also @teamrightandtight coaching program which is now being offered!


For life coaching, media, or other inquiries, please contact me here.


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© Jason Nik and JNikLC, 2014. All material posted on this blog is owned by Jason Nik. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written consent from Jason Nik is strictly prohibited. Links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Jason Nik and JNikLC with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.
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All content provided on JNikLC is for informational purposes only. Jason Nik makes no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any information on this site or found by following any link on this site. Jason Nik will not be liable for any errors or omissions in this information nor for the availability of this information. Jason Nik will not be liable for any personal, emotional, and/or physical injury, death, or loss of property which may occur as a result of engaging in anything discussed in this blog.