“What’s up everyone, my name is Sathiya and I’m the porn guy!”
I’m not even joking, that is pretty much word for word what I said as this picture was taken. The room exploded with laughter. There’s something really powerful about simply owning who you are and what you do.
It’s taken me a long time to get here. When I first started out, I was scared to even put the word “porn” in an Instagram post. I didn’t want to offend people or come across too strongly. Funny how much has changed in just a few short years.
Today I am on some of the top-ranked platforms in the world talking about my own struggle with porn, how I got free, and the program I’ve created to help other guys get free now. I’ve done my share of media appearances (National TV, top 1% podcasts, etc), but with the pending release of The Last Relapse, things have gone to another level.
Sometimes when I step on stages or hit record for an interview, I feel tempted to bend. To be mostly who I am but cater just a bit to my audience or the interviewer. You know what I mean – it’s where you show 80% of yourself, but leave 20% off the table to make sure if you’re rejected or disapproved it doesn’t hurt too much.
But with each day I am learning to love myself more, own the assignment God has given me with pride and passion, and let anyone who is willing to hear/see/watch me know it.
I’m not special. I want you to know – this can be your story too. I believe every single person on the planet deserves a life of FREEDOM – where they are in control of their lives and are routinely in a position to make choices, rather than simply blowing where the wind takes them.
This is why I wrote The Last Relapse – to give the world a manual for recovery. A simple step-by-step process to experience lasting freedom from pornography. A gift of hope to put confidence, integrity and intimacy back in your life.
The book releases in just under a week and I don’t want you to miss out on some of the bonuses we’re giving away ($150+ value). Click here to get them.
Whatever you do today – don’t apologize for being who you are. It’s better to be 100% your true self and rejected than 80% your true self and accepted.
Cheering you on,
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