BROJO University

SM105

Nice Guy Recovery Course (Intro)

Author -

Dan Munro

This course is designed to introduce Nice Guys and people pleasers into a pathway to become more confident and authentic.

Nice Guy Syndrome (aka people pleasing) is where you are stuck in a trap of being "nice" because of an unhelpful psychological mindset and behavioural pattern that became a strategy when you were younger to avoid rejection, disapproval and social pain. After many years of using this strategy you lose healthy masculinity, assertivness, and inner confidence.

This beginner-level course will aim to help you achieve these main goals:

  1. Understand Nice Guy Syndrome and people-pleasing.
  2. Identify how this affects you in all areas of life and build your self-awareness around unhelpful thought and behavioural patterns.
  3. Clarify which "type" of Nice Guy you are, so you know exactly what specific recovery strategy will work for you best.
  4. List the core principles of Nice Guy recovery, so you can get started on taking actions that improve your confidence and social charisma.

This course is for good people who feel they are holding back out of fear. The world needs more nice people, but these people must be genuine and capable of powerful masculinity as well, or otherwise they just become doormats who don't contribute.

This course is designed by Dan Munro, a former Nice Guy in recovery who is now a world-renowned Confidence Coach and Nice Guy Recovery Expert. He spent 25 years being a Nice Guy, and knows exactly how you feel.

If you're ready to experience real confidence - without becoming a jerk or having to fake it - sign up to this FREE course today!

Pre-requisite courses

The following courses need to be completed prior to taking this course.

This course has no pre-requisites.

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