I got up at 1pm today. Not because I had to, but because I wanted to.
Usually I get up a little bit later, but I had a busy weekend. I spent it at my friend’s house helping him record a music video for his latest single.
While I was doing this, I also made over $1,500 from my online businesses. How many people can say they make $1,500 in a weekend, without doing a lick of work? Not many.
Yet despite this, I never got into self improvement or entrepreneurship for the money. I did it for the freedom…and here’s how you can, too.
Sometimes, you need to take some time off to figure out who you really are.
Other times, you need to hit the grind full force—and pull out all the stops.
A man learns many things about himself when he isn’t burdened by work. Without it, who does he become?
Most men are their jobs. They are their “khakis,” in the immortal words of Fight Club’s Chuck Palahnuik, and they are their paycheck.
This is not us.
Our understanding of mental health has changed drastically over the past decade, and consequently, so has our treatment. Whereas doctors used to often simply prescribe a pill and treat the symptoms, now many doctors are diving deeper and fixing the cause.
Rather than approaching medicine from a reactive standpoint, many doctors are now approaching it from a proactive standpoint. They’re trying to give the body everything it needs to naturally perform at a high level and feel good all the time.
Throughout this quest for improved treatment methods, a new branch of science has emerged regarding the study of nootropics. According to Wikipedia, nootropics are “drugs, supplements, and other substances that may improve cognitive function, particularly executive functions, memory, creativity, or motivation, in healthy individuals.”
…and while nootropics are certainly going to work best on healthy individuals, many claim they’ve helped them cure depression, anxiety, ADHD, and all manner of other ailments. So, with this in mind, here’s some insight into this new field of nootropics, and how you can use them to heal and self-optimize your brain.
Have you ever been a girl’s beta orbiter before? Whether you realize it or not, you probably have.
100% of men have been a beta orbiter at some point in their lives, but unfortunately, most don’t ever realize it.
When a girl makes you her beta orbiter, she wastes your time, your mental energy, and your resources… and that’s not something you should stand for.
In this short, to-the-point article, I’m going to present you with the three biggest signs you’re being turned into a woman’s beta orbiter. More importantly however, I’m also going to tell you how to escape this beta orbiter zone, and live the life you want.
What is a oneitis? Well, whether you realize it or not, you’ve likely had one before.
A “oneitis,” as it’s called, is when you have a soul-crushing obsession over a single woman in your life.
This can take the form of a girlfriend. It can take the form of your wife. It can even take the form of a co-worker or a classmate.
Getting over a oneitis will probably be the hardest thing you ever do. That being said, I’m here to guide you through it. So without further ado, here’s the Masculine Development guide to getting over your oneitis.
Ah, how to be an asshole. Many newcomers to the seduction niche ask themselves this question every day.
Funny enough, some women do really like assholes. Sometimes they even like guys who are complete degenerates.
In my experience though, it isn’t necessarily assholes that women like. It’s “strong men” who can sometimes act like assholes.
…and that’s the key difference here. It’s not enough to just be an asshole all the time. You have to learn how to be an asshole in the right way. So here’s how.
So, you can’t stop thinking about her, huh? Yeah, we’ve all been there…
As men it can be very difficult to get over a girl. Whether she was your girlfriend, a secret crush, or even a wife, getting over a girl can be VERY difficult.
But it can be done. I know how you feel. It can be hard to stop thinking about her, whoever “she” is.
If you want to get over her though, and I believe that you do, it’s absolutely CRUCIAL that you do what I’m about to tell you.
I’ve been meaning to write a “SARMs before and after” article for a while now, and here it is. I just got finished with a 90 day cycle of Ostarine, Ligandrol, and Cardarine…and the results have been nothing short of incredible to be completely blunt.
Over the past 90 days I’ve jumped up by around 18 pounds of muscle, and lost about 7 pounds of bodyfat. So in other words I’m actually MORE muscular and MORE lean than I was before I took SARMs. For anyone trying to build muscle and lose fat at the same time, you know how big of a deal this was.
In this article I’m going to chronicle my “SARMs before and after” experience, and discuss what it was like, the dosages I took, where I got my SARMs, and anything I would’ve done differently. This is my attempt at a comprehensive SARMs before and after guide.
So, without further ado, let’s get started.
In the first article of this five part series, I addressed the fundamental principles of success. Whether you’re trying to improve your dating life, build a better physique, or earn more money, there’s a series of fundamental laws that you must follow. These articles are dedicated to those laws.
These “elusive fundamentals” are:
These laws apply to everything you do, and they are true in everything you do. If you choose to ignore them, you may succeed for some time, but your success will not be permanent. Most likely, you will fail, time and time again, until you learn and internalize these principles.
Today, I will be talking about how these fundamentals relate to earning money. Whether it’s making money from trading the markets, from selling a physical product, or from having a traditional job, you must understand and apply these principles to your life.
In the last article of this five part series, I discussed the fundamental principles of success. In everything you do, you will find that there are a few core principles which are responsible for 90% of your success. This is true in business, in dating, and in life.
Some of these “elusive fundamentals” are things like:
These fundamentals are true no matter what you do. If you want to succeed at ANYTHING, you MUST be consistent. You must be clear in your goals. You must focus on what is relevant, learn from mentors, and make small 1% improvements every single day.
Today however, I’d like to shift focus from my previous “Overview” article. I’d like to talk about how these fundamentals are specifically applicable to the most important thing in your life: your health. This encompasses physical fitness, aesthetics, strength, energy, and your overall well being.