All I Want For Christmas Is Youtube

We’re coming up to the end of the year now. I have had the most incredible year of my life.

So many exciting things have happened, and the realisation I had is that my FAVOURITE thing this year – the thing that I have derived the most enjoyment from is making these videos.

It’s the epitome of my passion. I get to talk about what I love, I get to do it the way I want to do it, and I get to put my creative energy into it.

Even with my life now being a little crazy, this is still my favourite thing that I do.

The process of putting these videos out has taught me two things:

1) You don’t have to be living an ideal version of your passion in order to enjoy what it is you love doing.

Whatever your passion is, start living it now, even if you only get to live it for 5 minutes a week.

2) “Ordinary things done consistently produce extraordinary results.” – Keith Cunningham

There are routines that if you begin in January will change your life if you stick to them and are disciplined, not succumbing to perfectionism with them.

That’s what I’m trying to do with these videos – putting something out there every week without fail.

I have people telling me they look forward to these videos every Sunday morning, and now we have a community of people interacting about this stuff.

Thank you for being a part of this and continuing to help me build this incredible group of people. We’re a team, I love the relationship we have, and I value every single person who watches these videos.

Question Of The Day:

What one thing are you most proud of that you’ve done consistently this year? What ‘ordinary thing’ have you followed through on? (If you can’t think of one, write down what you’re going to do next year).

Have an amazing Christmas, happy holidays, and I’ll see you soon!

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  1. Maru says:

    Whaaattt I´m speechless… I loved Jameson!! It´s just like finding out that Santa Claus doesn´t exists… This is confusing…

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  3. Indira says:

    Hey Matt,
    I’m 17 years old,a senior in high school and I have been watching your videos since I was 14. I absolutely love them!!:D I have never dated and I don’t plan to until I’m in college or maybe even after college, but I feel like thanks to you I am getting prepared for that world and I thank you so much for that. You are an inspiration and listening to your wisdom has really helped me in life. An ordinary thing I have done this year is eat lunch with my mom and sister each day. It really has helped our strong bond grow and it is always something I look forward to:)

  4. Dal says:

    Wait, Jameson isn’t real?!
    What is this?
    Jeez Matt! x

  5. Maria says:

    It has been such a great thing following your videos Mat.
    Thank you!!! I am wishing you a wonderful, happy New Year!!
    Maria

  6. Dennis says:

    watch your videos, learn from them, see myself change and grow day by day during this year is what makes me feel extraordinary now.

    Thanks, Matt!

    Best,
    Dennis

  7. Maya Morgan says:

    Merry Xmas to you Mat and thank you for being consistent with those videos this year! By doing so, I think it really has created a domino effect and an extraordinary result! You being consistent has reminded us to also be and mostly showed us it is possible to stick with our words. And if we can stay loyal to what we said we were going to do long after our mood we said it in has left us, well it means it’s becoming a new habit. And habits are really the building blocks of our house!

    This year I’ve been like you would say “pulling the rubber band” just a bit more in as many moments I could! Trying to challenge myself and get out of my comfort zone as much as I could which has brought amazing new experiences&feelings and realizations!

    For this coming year, I want to continue on creating this new pathway, where fears don’t rule our life but where we become the actors/actress of our game and where we take each day as an opportunity to meet new people, try new activities, open doors and just experience every feeling that comes with it! Because when we take it like a game it really does change the whole experience and it’s just so much more fun! :)

    Thank you for being my “alarm clock” to remind me to change my mindset when mine seemed to have stayed asleep ;)

    You’ve been an inspiration&example this year and not a lot of people can play that role so THANK you!

    Take care and I’ll see you on your tour! :)

  8. Misia says:

    Hi Matt!!
    I am proud of having read your Get the guy book. First of all because I have found your blog (and video like this).
    I am writing you during a night when I cannot sleep because I am crying and feel really lonely and the best thing I can do during nights like this is whatching one of your videos. So I can hope that good people still exist and there are out there some guys who care about people around them.
    I wish you all the best Things for 2014.
    A little Kiss. Misia

  9. Carla says:

    I must say, the most consistent thing I have done this year is remind myself to be consistent! I have, however, tried my utmost to improve three aspects of my life daily (or weekly) this year, those being:

    1) Change my diet (daily and by far the most difficult – really underestimated by most people)(and, of course, completely cliche, but …well, there’s a reason it’s cliche. Everyone does it)
    2) Learn Russian (hopefully to be my most useful success)
    3) Collect and study new information on my chosen career

    Although I have not yet met all my desired goals, I am in a markedly different and better place than last year to see success in my future, and this gives me a lot of hope for the year to come!

    Thank you for these videos, Matthew. Your weekly chats have – consistently – aided me in maintaining my motivation, and that’s a pretty impressive achievement.

    Happy Holidays,
    Carla

  10. Mei Jun says:

    Merry Christmas to Matt and friends,

    Something I am proud of is to spend quality time with my family and to study this year after I left school since Year 2008…

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us…

    Cheers,
    MJ

  11. Paloma says:

    Making time for people :)

  12. Tina says:

    Hey.
    I have a question, that i hope you can answer.
    I am 21 years old, and still a virgin. I feel a little pressure to just sleep with anyone. do men still think it’s nice to be the first with the girl? Or that i am so ´´óld´´ and haven’t slept with anybody yet. I feel that now sins we soon are in 2014 that society has changed. I even feel that it starts to be negatively the older I get, but I can not just lie with a random person that had been strange. I really wonder what men actually think about this?

  13. Leecis says:

    Merry Christmas to you and yours….that means Jameson too!

    After much thought, I realized that everyday I think how I can better myself.

    A work in progress, Leecis

  14. Lisa says:

    Thank you for your videos. I am most proud I started teaching Yoga this year & every class I teach I show and work to be as real as I can with my students listening to them as best as I can. I can say I consistently show up to teach class and my ego is not involved at all. I am very proud of that

  15. Antonia says:

    I’ve already written a comment to this video, but I kept thinking about the year you have had and the amazing confidence you have given me. The one thing you have said that I will ALWAYS remember is that life is about CREATING EXPERIENCES and MOMENTS with people. To me, this means living life to it’s fullest and being thankful for very day. It means making the most of what you have and spending time with people who make you happy, or people who make you a better person. It means to take chances and do things you have never done before, and learn from them.

    I used to be afraid to take chances with guys and be afraid to get rejected. Now, I don’t think about getting rejected anymore, but about the fact that I want to create moments. I hope you read this because you deserve to know how amazing you are. I want you to know how thankful I am, along with all other women that have commented to share their stories. THANK YOU MATT xx

    Antonia (20)

  16. Antonia says:

    First of all, thank YOU Matthew for everything. I cannot thank you enough for the confidence you have given me to take control of my own life. I am proud of myself for taking lots of risks for the past few months:
    1. Moving abroad to attend university
    2. Creating a more social life for myself and bring my best self to the table when meeting people
    3. Attracting the guy I never thought I could get and not being afraid to go for it. He ended up walking away but I’m confident enough to say it’s his loss and I can get someone better. (Despite the fact that he was almost perfect)
    4. Becoming more outgoing and less afraid to fail

  17. Faizah says:

    Thank you Matt.
    The thing that I most proud of is my health routine. I never had health issues, but I decided this year to make my life style healthier, so I stuck to this daily work-out and gave up some junk food like Soda-pop completely. I feel very happy that I did that and I feel healthier and happier more than ever :)

  18. kay says:

    Speaking of making up Jamieson , have you seen Whoopi Goldburg’s movie “The Associate”. She makes up this fictional business partner. It’s a great movie.
    What have I done consistently? Watched your videos and haven’t given up hope.

  19. Shawnna Stiver says:

    The one thing I’ve done consistently this year that I’m proud of is I have spread kindness and positivity whenever possible. It’s who I am, it’s the best possible version of me and I’m no longer afraid to show that sensitive side of myself. I plan to continue this in much bigger ways in the New Year. Thank you Matthew – LOVE your work!! :)

  20. Joann Reisman says:

    Hi Matthew,
    Back again to comment. THANK YOU for your book and all your programs!!!!!! Because of your book and programs; I now have HOPE. What you say to do; WORKS. Just began going out; due to a dearly loved family member’s illness. Amazing how many women have commented how their lives have changed because of you; and not only their love life. Thank you so very much for your insight, wisdom and perspective. You are a blessing and a gift and I am grateful for you and what you have provided.

  21. monique says:

    you´re so awesome Matthew!!!thank you very much:)I love your playful videos and your approach:)this is just an advice for me, letting go of perfection ah:D this year I´m proud of letting go of the relationship with the guy that is not good for me, I´ve been struggling many years but now I feel free,and trying to reconnect with my dreams~playing drums and cello again and study medicine more~ it seems like I didn´t do anything big, but I am quite proud, it was so hard, now I am thinking more of myself than the others like I used to do..thank you very much, you helped me realize many things:) wish you the best, Merry Christmas<3

  22. UG says:

    The one thing that I have done this entire year is that I have always watched your videos, read your articles and posts. That has really helped me to fix all the flaws in the emotional and social aspects of my life. True, ordinary things can produce extraordinary results. Thank you so much Matt. Love you. Merry Christmas!

  23. Shaina says:

    Merry Christmas Matthew!
    I adore your acknowledgment of the community that has been established through your consistent practice of creating these videos, and I want to thank you so much for facilitating such a trusting, positive environment for those of us who have been blessed to become part of your community.
    Like you, I accomplished some huge, whole life altering, long held goals and dreams this year, and while I have a true sense of accomplishment and gratitude for each of them, the thing that I am most proud of this year is that I consistently invested, not only in my goals and dreams but also in ME. You were a major partner in that Matt, and I can’t thank you enough for your consistency. I had been wanting to invest in my love life, but really had no framework for what that even meant on a practical level. You not only made concepts that I had never heard so accessible and exciting, but you were also such a championing reinforcing presence cheering me on with all that I was getting so right. You have been present, consistent and ever positive and you have made an indelible mark upon my life. I am now the thriving, flourishing, confident young woman I dreamt to be . Finding joy and comfort in my own skin has been the greatest reward of any of my life’s endeavors, and I wish that gift to every person who seeks it! Thank you Matthew.

  24. boarder says:

    I consistently pushed myself to go out and socialize whenever I get the opportunity to. I did this for about 2 months, and now I am more comfortable in social settings, able to make jokes and be fun, and I like this version of myself more than any other versions of me.

    I did this while going through an incredibly painful break-up, and I’m very proud of myself :)

  25. Sandra says:

    One of the things that I did consistently that I am proud of this year is making a point to call my mother and speak with her if only for a few minutes every day. At first it was awkward because we weren’t close. Now, I look forward to this call and we’ve become closer. I love it.

    Merry Christmas! I knew it, Jameson was imaginary but I didn’t know he was a teddy bear.

  26. Yuri says:

    the best thing i ever did this year is break up with my boyfriend of 6 years. truly a blessing in disguise..

  27. Joann Reisman says:

    Thank you Matthew, you are gifted with being inspirational!!!! In the video’s I love when you are professional and just as much when you are joking with your filmmaker. Both quotes 1 and 2 are sensational.

    I am grateful and blessed to have written and co-directed an indie film that I sent to the festivals.

    I am grateful for my passion for animals and that I am an animal rights activist. Which will lead me to help another animal through a film with two A list actors in it.

    This Sea Orca mammal, ‘Lolita-Slave to Entertainment’ (She’s dying to amuse you) is on You Tube. Tim Gorsi is the documentary filmmaker. Please watch it and NEVER GO TO AN AQUARIAM.

    I am grateful for all the blessings every day.
    I wish that all of us that are connected through Matthew by wanting to share our lives and love with a wonderful man have a happy and healthy year ahead full of fun, laughter and play.

  28. Kamilla says:

    Thank you for a wonderful year Matt!

    And thank you for finally revealing the secret identity of Jamisson – your lovely self!

    Allthough I must admit I was dissappointed. I was waiting for a cheery brittish bearded face to pop infront of the screen and wave hello.

    But to the question!

    What Im mostly proud of this year is many things, but firstly – that I got over my ex. That I started to love myself (thank you for that). And that I started to put my foot down and not except crap from anyone, not even my family and friends.
    It has surely ended me up in many strange, wonderful, akward, surprising and painful situations. But it has been a great year for learning.

    And with alittle luck illmove to another city next year and Ill start studying behaviour- science. Sociology. :) Its gonna be awesome!

    Take care and Happy Holidays! Happy Hanukka… whatever it is that you celebrate…you crazy person! ;)

  29. The Honey Badger says:

    Hi Matt, Feliz Navidad y prospero año nuevo :)

    The one consistent thing I have done this year is keeping myself sane and stable.

    I am trying to do new things that make me happy and plan on continuing to do so in the coming up year.

    Kudos on your book, just finished reading it, it was a fun read and had some great ideas.

  30. Carly says:

    Hi, Matthew.

    I’ve ordered all of your programs and been in contact with your staff.

    I think you’ve got a great team around you and a great product.

    I’d really like you to answer this question or at least have one of your staff answer it. My question is this:

    How do you get a guy to approach you and ask you out on a date?

    If you smile at them and let them know it’s okay and they still do not approach you, what do you do?

    I am facing another Christmas and New Year without a date. I’ve just been to my office Christmas party and I was the only one there without a date. The only one.

    Now, before I give up totally, and I am really near this, what are your suggestions?

    Please remember that I have bought every one of your programs books.

    BTW – never had a date, never had a boy ask me out.

    So, I can’t really relate to any of the other girls here, who have had at least one date.

    • Joann Reisman says:

      I’ve ordered everything from Matthew’s program because I do believe it works. Haven’t had time to listen to every thing or even finish his book. But, I wanted to offer you some tips.

      I’ve always introduce myself to men. So, when you see a cute man (although it may be scary) even if he’s in another line in the supermarket; go over to him and say “Hi, I think you’re attractive. I wanted to meet you. Do you have a harem of girlfriends or are you married?” If he’s single and available, he’ll say no. Otherwise, he’ll say yes. You don’t ever get rejected this way because you don’t know.
      Also, Christmas, Valentines and New Years are just another day. I’ve been married, had several long term loving relationships and still look at these events without a man as just another day. What’s more important is finding a man to share your life and love with and to grow old with. So, if you can learn to not place value on the holiday with or without a man and celebrate the holiday by being with friends, family or even relaxing alone; that’s what celebrating life is all about.
      Dancing increases endorphins and serotonin in a persons brain. Recommendation: find a place where you love the music and they have a band and dance. No girlfriends to dance with; ask different men. No they don’t have to be men you’re even attracted to. Just dance. And you can dance alone. Love the music, the rhythm, your sensuality and dance. Also want to recommend going to a cultural event or any event and make eye contact with the man and say, ‘hi.’ Be warm, inviting and feel confident; KNOW you are the cat’s meow. You asked what do you afterwards. I recommend writing down on notecards Matthews questions. First comment on something like Matthew says, ‘You look interesting.’ He says, “why” You say for example, “You walk like a sleek European when you came down the stairs.’ laugh. Then, witty banter back and forth. Practice makes perfect. So what if you flub up with the guy. Practice on every man you can to become refined. Then, you study Matthews questions that you have on your cheat note cards. And remember to make witty banter that turns into conversation from the note cards. Cool and calm you say something both of you like by saying “I think we could handle going to that art show.” I hope I’m making sense to you. This is all from Matthew’s info. I’m not with his program; I’m still trying to learn it myself. DON’T GIVE UP. REGRET for not doing something that you can do is not something you want to look back on. Focus on finding that kitty cat within you, know you are a wise tigress and be a confident lioness. Sorry for the elongated response. Wishing you all the best, Joann

  31. DENISE says:

    Matt….I feel very grateful to you for all your advice and the videos. I feel I understand men now & the way they think which is hugely beneficial to me…& it’s all down to you. Thank you so much. I have read a lot of the comments below this video & I found them very uplifting & optimistic. Your advice has obviously helped loads of people. Well done Matt & a very Happy Christmas to you & best wishes for the New Year!

  32. Robin says:

    Merry Christmas, Matthew and Jamison! I love to watch your videos because you are so beautiful and expressive you inspire me to treat men well. Whether they’re the one(s) I want or not, being friendly and involved with as many people as possible (women are pretty terrific, too) makes me feel connected and loved every day. And you know what they say: what goes around comes around. When I need the love and support or I’m not feeling it, from left field comes exactly what I need to remind me of the path ahead. Many blessings to you in 2014! Robin in the Bronx

  33. Elise says:

    I’m very proud that I went to Australia to live by myself. I’ve been there for a year now and it’s been the most amazing thing in my life till now. I got a lot of new friends, learned and experienced new things and most important I learned a lot about myself. Next year I wanna keep growing and take every challenge as a practice.

    Your videos inspires me to take more challenges and grow even more.

  34. Emi says:

    Congratulations on your year Matt! I read some of the other comments and I also first saw you on Ready for Love. So despite the show ending, it was the beginning for many of us. After that I got your book, saw you on tour and became part of this group.

    Honestly I think consistency with goals is one of my biggest problems. I think the thing that I was most consistent with and proud of has been my craniosacral training. I’ve been able to help others, be helped and continue to build my skills. It also re-motivated me to actually take actions to start my own practice. I realize now that the reason I was most consistent in this area was because I signed up for classes and I had a small study group I met with. I definitely have had the most success with completing things when I have friends or colleagues to whom I have some accountability and who I can also enjoy the experience with. I’ve been using that principle now to take the steps I need to start my own business. Right now I’m in the process of forming a “health and happiness” group to do a diet based on a healthy lifestyle starting in January. My whole motivation in starting a group is because I want to actually be committed to and complete this 4 week regimen. It’s motivating to me when I think others will benefit too.

    Your videos have definitely been successful in rousing curiosity about Jameson. Your referrals to him actually makes me think of Jeeves and Wooster. I did some recon and was surprised just because I had a different image in my head. The funniest was on the Brainal bloopers where you hear him laughing. Anyways, you guys make a great Batman and Robin team. Thanks for all that you two and the rest of your team have created and provided for your realm :)

    Have a Merry Christmas and a great Boxing Day!

  35. Rena Kafizas says:

    Hi Matt you are such an inspiration. Looking forward to the seminar in London on 8th Feb!

    I am proud of having sung solo in a couple of shows this year with a choir.

    Happy Holidays Matt
    Rena

  36. Erica says:

    Jaimason is not real? I’m So disappointed!!

    My goal was to get to know my self better and be consistently happy no matter what and I’m so glad I did. it and I had you along the way with me, educating me….I’ve really come a long way Matt. Thank you for real!

  37. Helle says:

    Dear Matt,

    I wish you and your lovely family a merry Christmas and an enchanted New Year.
    The thing that I have incorporated in my every day life is meditation.
    I do 30 minuts everyday and it’s the best mind de-cluttering remedie ever :)
    It’s now 9 months since the march retreat and I meet a man in August and we are now in a relationship and talking about me relocating from Copenhagen to London. Yes, things do happen when you make small changes in what might seem a small an mondame life at times.
    Thank you Matt for your contribution and to all happy holidays.

    Helle xx

  38. Crystal says:

    Hey! Matt, I read get the guy about a Month ago and now I’ve got a boyfriend who is extremely perfect for me :) wow, like I’m still shocked how my life chaged since I read your book, I had plenty of guys from where to choose before I settled with my bf, sincerely thanks a lot

  39. Melanie says:

    I think I’m in the same place you were a year ago, on the verge of (what I hope to be) a promising career though for me as a stylist and confidence coach! But in fact like you I want to help women reach their full potential. My passion is to show them everybody should look and feel sexy, gorgeous, fabulous! Like that quote ‘Who are you to be talented, fabulous and gorgeous? Actually who are you not to be?’

    So watch this space? I spent this year consistently sticking to my dream despite every obstacle and I will continue that next year! :) Merry Christmas and thank you for all the wonderful interesting and funny videos!

  40. Luna Michelle Anguita says:

    Dear Matthew, you’re absolutely incredible! I’m just a 16 years old girl from Denmark and I truely enjoy all your videos. I have been following you for some months now and I’m already growing as a confident and happy girl. I have always been very confident but you changed my life and attitudes completely in a good way this year! Wow.. I’m so proud of you and thankful for all your tips. I would like to share a little story with you: One day I was flying to Argentina and a guy sat about 2 meters away from me and he passed me his Iphone to read what he wrote to me. He wrote “You are very pretty and your smile is very contagious”. By listening to YOU dear Matthew I immediately used great conversation techniques and I can assure you he got my number. Thank you very much and keep being completely charming! Are you coming to Denmark someday? Would like to see you.
    Merry Christmas from Denmark
    Cheers

    Luna

  41. Kelly says:

    Dear Matthew,

    Merry Christmas to you and Jamieson :P. You are brilliant, you know?! The one thing I have consistently done this year is a commitment to do more things for myself (be better to myself…so to speak)…get back into my old hobbies, the gym, dance classes and make decisions based on what is best for me and not other people.

    One of the things I did for myself this year was to attend your retreat in Palm Springs…the best decision of my life! I am living my life on a whole new level now. The momenttum is intoxicating and I can’t stop sharing the experience with literally everyone I meet! I am passionate about letting people know that there is someone that has the tools to help them realize their full potential if they are ready…and that would be you….Matthew Hussey! Thank you and Happy Holidays to you, your family and your amazing team! Looking forward to seeing you in Toronto!

  42. Nina says:

    This year was full of struggles and rough times for me… Im waitn for this year to end . I have a lot to accomplish and i hope the new year brings me new beginning.

  43. Plamena says:

    Have an amazing Christmas too Matt!! And Happy holidays!xx

  44. Sonya says:

    As corny as it sounds, the one thing I’m the most proud of sticking to, is the advice your books and online programs have offered me.
    Way back in the new year, I challenged myself to get out more and used your book as a guide. Instant success!
    Suddenly I was getting dates with guys that I used to think were FAR out of my league, but they were more short term than I had hoped for.
    Along came my wonderful, amazing boyfriend and he turned my world upside down. That said… there were many… many times I did not understand him, and didn’t know how to get my feelings across, I stuck to your program (just in time for your Keep the Guy program to come out) and we are now celebrating a wonderful Christmas together.
    I couldn’t be more happy if I tried. He is constantly telling me how he’s never dated a girl before who was so rational and patient, and he brags about me to his guy friends. I only appear that way because of your advice. What would normally have made me go crazy with worry, I could suddenly understand and realized I just needed to approach it differently. Thank you Matthew :)

  45. Debora says:

    Can I write my comment in portuguese please? Yeah, because I’m so excited and if I have to think and translate I’ll loose all the emotion. You can put the words in Google to translate ok hehe Thank you! ;)
    Estou escrevendo do Brasil e 2013 foi um ano maravilhoso para mim, realizei muitos sonhos fazendo justamente o que você acabou de dizer no vídeo, dando uma passo a cada dia. Coisas extraordinárias aconteceram, coisas que eu esperava que acontecessem desde os meus 11 anos de idade.
    E em 2014 eu quero continuar fazendo coisas extraordinárias a cada dia para alcançar mais sonhos. Quero ir a New York para ter um curso de dança, talvez eu até consiga assistir o “Get The Guy Tour”!
    Obrigada por cada ensinamento, eu acho que eles nos fazem crescer além do campo amoroso, eles nos fazem melhorarmos na vida!
    Infelizmente eu só conheci o seu programa no final desse ano e ainda não consegui muitas novidades nos relacionamentos, mas espero que eu possa colocar todo o aprendizado em prática em 2014 e finalmente GET THE GUY!
    I’m so sorry I didn’t wrote this comment in English, but I’m so happy that I needed to write fast what I was thinking.
    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
    I wish you the best in 2014!

  46. Holly Klein says:

    Matt,

    Please know that I am also thankful that you started creating these videos regularly. They keep me involved in the process of trying to better myself, and that is something that has added immeasurable value to my life! I am also thankful to the other people in this group for their interaction and advice; it’s truly come to feel like a group of friends.

    I agree that you can do something epic by doing something small every day. This year I have made sure that I go to the gym at least 3 times a week. With this small action I have been able to lose 40 pounds, and that is a major thing, and I feel better and have more confidence in myself. I find it easier to implement your advice, but your best advice was do it for yourself and let other people enjoy the happier you…

    Thank you very much and you make a difference in people’s lives

    Holly

    PS How very Fight Club of you about Jameson! What’s odd is I am sure I have heard him laugh (she said with a raised eyebrow)….

  47. A. says:

    Aww, Matthew what a fun video. And what?! Jameson is not real? That’s like saying there’s no Santa! Hee. I will still continue to believe in your trusty cameraman Jameson. And Santa. :-)

    I’m still going out socially more than I ever have. It’s a conscious effort but not difficult anymore. Just a habit. Even in snow or if the venue isn’t conveniently located.

    I was at a small holiday party last night and I used your techniques even though I could count on one hand the amount of men there and they were all married. But that doesn’t matter. What matters is I talked to people and laughed and had fun and it was pretty easy to do and to connect. Maybe that’s simply what it’s all about.

    Thank you, Matthew, and happy new year! These Sunday videos mean a lot to us too!

  48. Stella says:

    This year started to watch these videos and educate myself on the relationships on a new level.
    Thank you soo much, Matt!
    Have a wonderful Christmas, All!
    Love this TeddyBear XOXO

  49. Marisa says:

    Hi Matt,
    I just think I love you :)

    That is great message… I heard you saying that “Ordinary things done consistently produce extraordinary results” and really thank you because it reflect back the very thing I was doing along this year… it is working wonderfully…

    So, I am proud of I consistently keep attention in my diet, so as a result I am healing completely my irritable bowel – I also lost 12 kilograms and keep my weight in the last 12 months

    I am proud of I consistently follow my iodine protocol for about 5 months now, and I healing my cysts (brest, utero) – among all, I have now a general state of well-being (energy is great, I feel healthy and happy most of the days, how good is this???? Amazing!!! I am also proud of helping other people to heal as well…

    I am proud of I consistently learn something new every single day this year so I am educating myself in every area of my life and feel much more powerful

    I am proud of I no longer believe in my fears – fear is not going to stop me anymore – I know myself more so I do not longer believe “I am my thoughts, feelings nor actions”, no, I am much more than that …

    I am proud of I consistently keep challenging myself in order to BE who I really want to be, to be more sexy, to have more fun, to express more love, to relax, to express myself fully

    I am proud of I consistently exercise my face and my body to have the best version of my body ever (at 45!)

    All of this are an ongoing tasks… it had changed my mindset in the first place. I am going to create more and more of this the next year and years to come… I am so proud of me.

    Merry Christmas,
    keep doing this great job.
    Love,
    Marisa

  50. Stella says:

    Hi Matt,
    I started watching your videos few years ago when I was living in Greece and I remember sending them to my best friend and saying that one day we would like to come to your shows.
    I live in the UK now and I have already booked a place for your London live event in February.
    I’m really happy for your success and how far you’ve come.
    Keep on doing what you love and stay the same nice person that you are.
    Looking forward to seeing you live!
    Merry Christmas!

  51. Karen says:

    Hi Mathew, I have a tear in my eye, you are so lovely! My most consistent thing this year is that I have lost wt and kept it up and still loosing and I have such a change and opened up and Oh My!! Looking forward to becoming the me I was meant to be…and you are helping to change those old thought patterns that kept me stuck!! Your sincerity is moving, I heart you!! And thank you!!! Will see you in Dallas 2014!! Karen

  52. Rachael says:

    Great advice Matthew! I love what you said about doing something you’re passionate about, or that you love, at least 5 min a day, or 5 min a week. Also what you said about something ordinary, becoming extraordinary.
    I also loved you hugging the bear! I love your sense of humor :)
    I don’t have something that I’m really proud of that I’ve done so far this year, but for the coming year, I hope to be more healthy, and going out there more to meet guys.
    I hope you have a wonderful holiday!!! And a great new year!

  53. Lone Krell Andersen says:

    Hey Matthew I love this year 2013 it was the year I found my passion for body combat and lost 16 kilo and I found my sexy back I get sow many men that wants me and l love it.
    I love your YouTube and your mails sow a little but sexy Marry Christmas and a happy new year from me in Denmark.
    ps. I love your book get the guy

  54. H says:

    The two seemingly ordinary things that I did consistently this year are pay my monthly mortgage and community school tuition for my son’s school. Doesn’t seem extraordinary perhaps but it is a testimony to my business that I’m becoming more successful and so can afford both without too much stress! I’m so grateful to be “on the beach” this year instead of barely treading water so to speak. Because of having a little more financial stability, I feel closer to being ready for a relationship! And thanks to your excellent research insights, Matt, I’m learning more about men! So, thank you.

  55. rose says:

    The thing I am most proud of is that after I went on the retreat my one goal was to get up and exercise every morning. I have stuck to that. I get up around 5:30 every morning during the week. I give myself one day off either Sat or Sun. Before the retreat the only reason I got up at 5:30 was to catch a plane for vacation. During the retreat I realized how much the morning exercise helped me feel awake in the morning and during the day. I also learned not to be a perfectionist about it, but I make sure I get up and do it. Sometimes moaning and groaning but always in the back of my mind knowing I am doing it for me and not for anyone else. Thank you Matthew for all that you do. Enjoy your Holiday at home.

  56. Tricia says:

    I wanted to Become a homeopath, but I teach in IL. I decided life is meant to be lived, so I bit the bullet and started school in CA. I continue to teach in IL and fly to CA once a month for class. I knew I would love homeopathy, but I never realized how much I would enjoy the journey traveling to CA. I’ve met wonderful people who show up just when I need them. Im proud of myself for taking a risk. I decided to quit trying to lead my life and let life lead me. Amazing. #whydidntithinkofthatsooner. Looking forward to the unknown in 2014! Happy New Year!

  57. Rebecca says:

    Matt, I also enjoy listening to your videos every week. I want to say a “huge” thank you from all the way from Australia….. I am most proud of stepping out of my comfort zone and it was very very hard. I think it may have worked, I’ll let you know :)

  58. angela davis says:

    I have consistantly this year made a point to hang out once month with friends to stay connected because life happens and for me I can get tunnel vision and look up and miss out on what’s happening in their world.

  59. Goldberry says:

    Two things I’m happy I did this year — 1) following your tip to make a habit of smiling and talking to people. This got me out of my shell and I feel more happy and outgoing. 2) Giving up caffeine. It took me six months to get off coffee and then green tea, and I had to adjust to my new energy level. But my energy is gradually coming back!

    Merry Christmas and happy New Year!

  60. rose says:

    Hi Matt, the thing I was most proud of this year was
    that I had been consistently writing inspiring words or quote daily in my journal to keep reminding me that even during hard times, if you keep those words in your mind it will become a habit in your thoughts and those thoughts will take over the negative thoughts or ideas . ( including all the useful ideas from your course and videos). As the year is approaching to an end, I would really like to keep this a habit and build and strong and positive outlook and mind for great results in my life and the lives around me. Happy xmas to you and to everyone watching this video and this post.

  61. Isabelle says:

    Also, thanks for your videos, I also look forward to them every week :)

  62. anita says:

    what? Jameson isn’t real?! First Santa, now this!

    Matt, you’re too good at this role play stuff.
    Bring back the Jameson antics :)

    Most proud of: quiting my job in May to finish my degree, which at this point I can’t envision what new career path I’m going to pursue with it… scary! But I’m taking it one ordinary step at a time… hopefully its something extraordinary in the making.

    Merry Christmas Matt, Get the Guy team and everyone reading and watching! xxoxx

  63. Isabelle says:

    I am really happy I started ukulele lesson and I stick with it, I practise everyday since a couple months and I already see big results. It’s a little thing but to me it’s important and it shows how the statement you give us in your video is true. This year, I’ll make it a goal to meet lots of new people every week :) Have a very merry Christmas Matthew and all of the GTG team !

  64. Carla says:

    owhhh matthew you’re so amazing!
    I love your video’s!
    After being in an awful relationship, I decided to, instead of being depressed and everything, start writing my emotion on paper and now I almost finished my own sort of like ‘bridget jones diary’ book; that’s what I’ve been most proud of from this year!
    Have a very lovely, amazing christmas! (:

    x Carla

  65. Kerly says:

    Hahaha! I thought Jameson was an actual person, like your friend or something haha:DD
    Love you Matthew!!
    My mentor and biggest inspiration!!
    Have a lovely Christmas!:))

  66. Val says:

    I wish this page had a like button facility for all the really brave (and not at all minor) changes people are listing below.

    The thing I’m most proud of is becoming more open to these new ideas and embracing the change. I really look forward to the London event and meeting like minded people there

  67. sarah says:

    Happy Christmas and new Year to you Matt and everyone reading this. Like many from the other messages on here, I too love reading your posts and have gained much from your videos. Plus an answer to a question is usually in your book if not there.

    Since I found that book I too have seen my life enhanced in ways I never thought possible. I may not have a boyfriend at present but have dated a couple of lovely guys who have created those magical memories to smile about. What I have realised is that I am in that place where I am happy with myself, my fulfilling life and I am able to talk to and enjoy the company of guys in ways I couldn’t this time last year.

    As for my passion and something I do every day. Well that is dance. American Tribal Style fusion bellydance to be precise. Beautiful , feminine, graceful, social and very good for your posture, confidence and figure. Its enchanting to watch and addictive to do and I performed on stage last month. I am virtually unrecognisable from the woman I was 5 years ago. My kitchen doubles as a dance studio!!

    And for next years aim…well that would be be to review and improve the little self-employed business that has also grown this year.

    So to you Matt a very big thanks for being an inspirational part of that, as it is not only dating that your advice helps with. If there is one thing that the guys I have dated and chatted to have mentioned it is the happiness I radiate.Am looking forward to the next year and maybe making it to one of your events and meeting you.

    As for the other ladies reading this…well done, keep moving forward even baby steps are progress.

  68. Kathrin says:

    In the last comment of me it has to be “…WHO WOULDNT BE insecure in a business that …” otherwise it makes no sense. Sorry ;)

  69. Kathrin says:

    Hey Matt,

    I tell you what I’m proud of.. I’m 20years old going to be 21 in january. And this may sound pretty dumb to you but last year this time I decided to go out of college where I was learning acccountin g (here in germany you have to decide on your first day what you want to get your degree in) to chase a job that I’ve always wanted. I wanted to be a producer since I was 15years old. And since last year I’ve come from being an intern to being a production assistant to now being an assistant production manager. And this happened in just in one year. And still EVERYDAY I am afraid that I will regret not going the safe way and honestly.. it scares me to not have a degree so far and some days the business is making me feel like giving up when theres another day working 8am to 10pm. But then I remember what you said about the torture you can endure because you enjoy it. And I keep pushing forward and motivate myself. And I mean who knows maybe I’ll go back to college in a few years to learn more about film and tv or maybe I’ll become a lifecoach like you and tell people what a bad decision it was for me or maybe I will be a producer. Yes I’m often insecure but wouldnt be insecure in a business that continuously drops shows like you even said with ready for love where people worked on behind the cameras, too. But I strongly believe that no matter what happens you can get up again and earn your living you just need to work your butt of. And so I’m doing that everyday and this is why I am proud of myself this year.

    Now I hope you read this and have some inspirational things that I can use when I’m feeling like giving up again. ;)

    Thank you tons for this last year, have a happy christmas with all your loved ones.

    Kathrin

    Ps: hey don’t you say jameson isn’t real cause we know he is. And he’s cute. Happy holidays to jameson and his loved ones, too. ♥

  70. Claire says:

    Well it’s been a funny old year, it kicked off with the best New Year’s Eve ever but quickly descended into a rollercoaster of small highs marred by deep lows. However, I am proud that hard as it’s been hard I managed to keep picking myself up and starting all over again.

    I came across your work in September and was really sceptical – what could a very young man from Chelmsford tell me? (I’m from Essex too but long past being a ‘girl’) but wow Matthew you know your stuff and its because you do I have been able to continue getting back up when some more upsetting life situations have been taking place.

    So thanks Matthew for your generosity in putting out this public content and motivating me to make changes NOW that mean next year is going to be very different.

    Wishing you peace and happiness over Christmas and every success in the New Year. xx

  71. Katarzyna says:

    hahahah I thought that Jameson was real too!!!

    I look forward to watch your video every week, I really appreciate your advices and talks, I am impresed that you care and put so much efford to every video.

    I know it is not a big deal, but I learned how to make coffee in a coffee machine and this year I have done it every day for me and for my parents from time to time.

  72. Solana says:

    Dear matt.

    Im so greatfull that i have thw chance to find you online. Your advice , your book, your online program, whatching your youtube videos, hearing your thoughts on iheart radio whacjing your tv show redirect my life.
    From the tv show i only heard your advice. Not from the other coaches. They werent for me “the voice of reason” as recently you were referd on the today show.

    That quote is The most accurate way to Define a part of you. Beacuse i think you are so much more that that. I have to agree with your uncle. You are a guru. For me Your are the only guru on self development that not only deservs my attention but the attention from all over the globe. I think you are going to be remember like einstein in you area of expertice And your book must be translated to every language. Maybe by doing a movie you could reach that

    You make me improve my life. You push me in the right direction to “put myself out there”. I Tryed new things and met new people. Made new friends. Im so happy and gratefull with my life rigth now. I havent find the guy yet. But im sure that will happend soon!

    Thank you.

    Cheers

    Solana from really far away :)

  73. Mir says:

    Hi Matthew,

    Thank you for your Sunday videos. You are right about the extraordinary results you are producing – not just by assembling this collection of wise words and practical tips for people to browse whenever they feel like it, but even more so by coming home to our living rooms every Sunday. I think this format works so well because you send the reminder emails and are consistently (and persistently) there every week to challenge and advise and, in a very low-key way, create accountability. Your online programs and all the other things you have going on are great too, but constant dropping wears away a stone :-)

    The one thing that I started this year and that I am very proud of is starting a blog about adventures in teaching and oceanography, where I write about my thoughts on teaching methods, didactics, communication, and whatever else strikes my fancy. I would love for you to visit (and would be thrilled about any comments you might have!) mirjamsophiaglessmer.wordpress.com/

    Merry Christmas and the very best wishes for 2014! Mirjam

  74. Marija says:

    Haha, OMG… I so thought Jameson was real, your cameraman, haha.

    I regularly studied this year and didn’t fail any of my exams. I also promised myself I would take make up off before I go to sleep every single time, which I did and it did wonders to my skin. I was terrible at showing affection to people I love,so I can try and improve in that area in 2014. I started having my warm water with a spoon of honey in the morning 2 weeks ago, I will make sure I keep on that habit in 2014 as well.

  75. novalee truesdell says:

    i started a workout routine at my local gym and i show up everyday no matter what and it lifted my depression!!

  76. Iriani K says:

    The one ordinary thing I’ve done this year is to watch your videos everyday and it has produced the most extraordinary results in my life. I met Ernesto Arguello. I am meeting great guys every week. I am having so much fun everywhere I go and having the most amazing conversations with everyone. I love the woman I’ve become. Thanks Matthew :) Its the best Christmas present I ever got. Me and Bunny (my bear) wish you and Jameson a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

  77. Lauren says:

    I used to be very sickly all the time, I had a weak immune system and I was getting ill every six weeks and I would stay very sick for a month or longer- and I tried to stay positive but being sick made me depressed. So, this year I started juicing and drinking fruit and veggie smoothies in April and I haven’t been sick since August! My doctor is in shock and says “Who are you and what have you done with Lauren?!!” Also, some of my allergies (which used to be life threatening) have calmed way down and others have diminished!! I didn’t even know that was possible! Now, for the first time in many years (I’ve been really sick since age 14. I’m 27 now) I am going into a new year with health, which means I’ll be able to go to school and persue my dreams!!

    Also, I was living in a domestic violence home and this year I started educating myself about abuse (physical and verbal). Every time I would endure a episode of abuse I would pick up a book, watch a educational video on the topic or talk to a friend and I came to the conclusion that I didn’t deserve to live that way-no one does- and in October I left my abusive situation and I’m much happier and much more relaxed!

    And this last thing may not sound like much, but this year I’ve started putting on lotion and applying facial moisturizer and the quality of my skin has definitely improved.

    If I hadn’t taken little steps daily this year I wouldn’t be enjoying the health, safety and nice skin that I am now! Little things repeated -good or bad- add up to big things!

    Have a wonderful holiday season everyone!! :)

  78. Corina says:

    Yay!! Don’t stop making these videos PPPLLLEEEEAAASEEE!! They brighten up my day! It’s like personal life coaching!
    P.S. There is NO WAY Jameson is not real! This is like discovering Santa isn’t real all over again! :(
    P.S.S. All I want for Christmas is for Matthew Hussey to reply to my comment!! :) love you Matt! You’ve been the best thing that happened to me this year! Although Ready for Love didn’t last much had it not been for that show I probably never would’ve heard of you and your amazing book and blog, etc, etc, etc! Love you mean it and Merry Christmas!! xoxo

  79. Marcie goodale says:

    Jameson isn’t real? I’m crushed!!

  80. Amelia H says:

    Matt,
    I loved your comment about living your passion, it doesn’t have to be perfect. I made a decision this year to pursue my passion for writing and personal development. I’ve started my business and I definitely understand how the ‘broke, 19 year old version of you felt.’ I am actually enjoying the process of figuring out how I am going to make this work. The most consistent thing I have been doing is educating myself and building my blog.

    Amelia :)

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