The Secret Of Starting Over

by David Wygant on October 2, 2012

Sometimes in life, you’ve accumulated so many bad habits, so many frustrations, so many fears, and so many excuses, that sometimes it’s just better to start over.

Your ego always gets in the way of starting over.

It creates obstacles as distractions.

Your ego is amazing. It will allow you to climb that uphill battle over and over and over again, constantly being frustrated, constantly being annoyed, and constantly failing.

Sometimes it’s good to just wash your hands and start over.

It’s funny, when a lot of guys call me about the boot camps, they always ask me, “What do you want me to do before it starts?”

I always tell them the same thing: “Nothing. I don’t want you reading anything, I don’t want you digesting anything, I just want you to realize that you’re starting over.

Because what I will do with you is help you start you over. I’ll give you brand new habits that you will now use for the rest of your life, so you can go out and meet women.”

Starting over is wonderful.

A friend of mine recently lost his business, and the business was faltering for years. His ego did not allow him to walk away from it, so he kept getting deeper and deeper and deeper into it.

He finally failed miserably. When he failed, he owed more money to more people and now is going to spend the rest of his life paying people back.

If he just nipped it in the bud, and didn’t let his ego get involved, he could have easily started over with a much cleaner slate.

Your ego can ruin everything.

Look at where you are right now with meeting people. Check it out. How are you at meeting women right now? If you’re not as successful as you’d like to be, stop thinking that you’re going to discover some magic pill to change you.

Everyday, somebody e-mails me and asks me a question, and it always begins with:

If you could just answer this one question, David, my life will change…

No it won’t. The only way your life will change is by starting over.

It’s a wonderful thing to do.

I’ve done it several times in my life, and every time I do it I get stronger and stronger.

How will you start over today?

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{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Steve October 6, 2012 at 5:59 pm

Good article. Though really, I can’t imagine a life where I wasn’t trying to get women, I guess it’s more to do with how you go about getting them that’s important.


Mike October 15, 2012 at 11:31 pm

Great inspiration to follow through with one of the most difficult things to do: start fresh


YouMeetMe October 18, 2012 at 3:51 pm

I loved you post. It’s really an inspiration to me. I experienced that it is very difficult to start over. I understood this at the beginning and believe me I am not into deep deeper and deeper… I feel myself very easy that I didn’t let my ego come before five years. I am very happy now. If I would have , then I can’t imagine myself where I would have been…


Sam April 7, 2013 at 12:11 am

Yeah, starting fresh is the best way to go. Work on improving yourself first, and then you will naturally start attracting others to you. Good article!


Youngisthan January 16, 2014 at 11:12 am

Yes, starting over is very difficult. After three years, it was really difficult to get back on track. It was almost impossible to do the same that we did earlier. It was kind of feeling hesitant. But, slowly, the intention was to start over, start over successfully and keep on going happily. It takes hell of work, hell of thinking and hell of positive attitude. Now we are together and happy.


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