SIGN UP: Introvert Men’s Group Strategy Sessions in Denver in January

grey chain broken rotatedAre you a quiet, reflective man who tends to get drained by social interactions? If so, you’re probably an “introvert.”

When it comes to work, dating, and our social lives, we introverted men face challenges which—if not acknowledged and addressed—can keep us from our full potential.

Introvert Unbound founder & coach Wes Colton (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Certified Practitioner) is offering 5 comprehensive Strategy Sessions for self-identifying introvert men looking to:

• create a more fulfilling social life
• enhance dating options/find a relationship
• gain influence and advancement at the workplace

While you’re learning to better leverage your strengths and overcome your limitations, you’ll also meet other men on the same path to self-improvement!

90-minute sessions – Denver Location TBD

• $175 for all 5 sessions ($35/session)
• Or $40 per individual session

SESSION 1: Dating (Mon, Jan 6 @ 7 p.m.)
SESSION 2: Social Circle (Monday, Jan 13 @ 7 p.m.)
SESSION 3: Work (Monday, Jan 20 @ 7 p.m.)
SESSION 4: Physical Health (Monday, Jan 27 @ 7 p.m.)
SESSION 5: Mindset (Monday, Feb 3 @ 7 p.m.)

Sign up today as space is limited to 10! Email wes@introvertunbound.com or go to introvertunbound.com for more information.

 

Facing Your Fears as an Introvert

– by Wes Colton, Founder & Coach, Introvert Unbound

Fear is one of the biggest obstacles we introverts face on the path to transforming our social, dating, and work lives. Any number of things might start our hearts palpitating, from embarrassing ourselves in social interactions, to trying our best and still not meeting our goals, to getting our heart broken.

But deep down we all know that refusing to confront that which we dread most only gives it more power over us. To this end, I’d like to share a recent personal experience that shows how facing one’s fears is a lot easier than we think…facing-fear Continue reading “Facing Your Fears as an Introvert”

[LIVE in Denver 11/14] Introvert Dating: How to Leverage Your Strengths

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Are you an introverted type who wants to improve your dating life and/or find a relationship?

Introvert Unbound dating coaches Wes Colton (MBTI® Certified) and Regina Hopkins (Licensed Professional Counselor) are offering a free, 1-hour strategy session on:

  • “Introvert” personality traits relevant to dating
  • Which traits can give you a leg up in the dating world
  • How to leverage those traits to transform your dating life

RSVP today as space is limited! (For your privacy, all RSVPs have been set so no one else can see them)

RSVP FOR Thursday’s LIVESTREAM: Where (and How) to Find Dates as an Introvert

IU Dates October 10
Are you an introverted type looking to date who’s sick of the flakiness of online dating but not a fan of loud bars or crazy parties?

Introvert Unbound dating coaches Wes Colton (MBTI® Certified) and Regina Hopkins (Licensed Professional Counselor) will present a free, 1-hour strategy session and online Q&A about:

-What it truly means to be an “introvert”
-The best places to meet fellow single introverts
-The easiest (and most appropriate) ways to strike up conversations and get dates

If you’re tired of being alone or meeting the wrong people, RSVP for “LIVESTREAM: Where (and How) to Find Dates as an Introvert” today!

***For your privacy, we set up the Facebook event so no one can see your RSVP or attendance***

4 Things My Successful Coaching Clients Have in Common

– by Wes Colton, Introvert Unbound

successful manAs a coach who works primarily with men on their dating and social lives, I’ve noticed some major differences between clients who reach their goals and those who don’t.

If you’re looking to improve your own social life, here are four qualities cultivated by those who have done just that.


1. Not Afraid to Seek Help

Many folks with unsatisfying social lives spend a lot of time venting about their situation, often on social media. While this can sometimes be a healthy outlet, always complaining without ever taking action does nothing to improve your lot.

Every month I offer a handful of free, 20-minute e-chat consults to struggling men to discuss their dating. I don’t expect most of these folks to become paying clients, I just want to share some strategies that might help them get out of their rut, and hope they’ll take things from there.

Yet, despite their often desperate situations, a surprisingly high percentage of these guys will flat out refuse. Of course, some of them are skeptical of coaches in general, a skepticism I share, as there are a lot of frauds out there. But nine times out of ten, I don’t think their fear of wasting 20 minutes is what’s keeping them from chatting. Instead, I believe the obstacle is an unwillingness to ask for help, with the root cause being an inflated ego.

Continue reading “4 Things My Successful Coaching Clients Have in Common”