From Introverted Jerk to Much Better Man
I’ve said this before, and I’ll say it again: I used to be a major jerk.
I would cut people off when they were talking, or just not respond to them at all.
I would seldom ask people how their day was, or what was going on in their lives.
When I responded to question, it would often be in curt sentences that made it seem like I was pissed off.
But I’m happy to say I’m not the same Craig I used to be.
On this episode of ETR Radio, I’m going to tackle my “jerk syndrome” head-on, and show you why committing to a transformation was critical to my success—and can be to yours, too.
I’ll get super vulnerable about…
- The roots of my social anxiety—something many of you struggle with—and how I finally “owned” it
- The inspiration that moved me to take daily action on self-improvement, learning to reach out to people and build authentic friendships
- Why my path from jerk to friend and confidant was critical to me being able to write a book, become a sought-after speaker, and build multiple 7-figure businesses
- The incredible value of true friends on my path to Craig 3.0
I’m not going to sugar-coat this. My story got worse before it got better. But thanks to many amazing people in my life who helped me see who I was and why I needed to change, I am now a much better man.
I share this embarrassing story so you don’t make the same mistakes I did. So…
Please, listen to episode 67 now and save yourself from the pitfalls of “jerk syndrome.”
After all, your dreams can’t be achieved until you are the best you that you can become.
To your success,