Anyone who knows me on a personal level probably understands my love for "game" or more correctly put, Applied Social Psychology. Guys like RSDmax, Todd Valentine, Joe Delaney and more recently Mark Manson were/still are the types of men I would look to exemplify and take bits from to form my own unique game and … Continue reading Social Dynamics: Noticing the minor details
We're drowning in a sea of weakness, timidity and fear. Once manhood was a given. A natural hereditary trait passed down from generation to generation, instilled through work ethic, character and values and moral code. Now, honestly, I don't even know what to say about what's left in the abysmal state of masculinity that perpetuates … Continue reading A Need for Masculinity
Become friends with death, and I'll find you there. It's plain and simple to that the world we live in has gone incredibly soft and coddled for a number of reasons, mainly pertaining to technology, humanism and the absolutely wonderful economy we live in. Am I saying we should go back to the times of … Continue reading Voluntary Discomfort
"Growing up means, watching my heroes turn human in front of me" I was never a fan of wearing sports jerseys with the number another man held dear on my back. It didn't feel right. In my head, it was as if I was living in another man's shadow by even putting on a jersey … Continue reading You don’t need heroes
Fuck your blame games! There's a problem with our post-modernist society that if something doesn't go your way, everyone and everything is the A, B, C cause of why it didn't work for you. The masses screech and metaphorically witch hunt anyone with an ounce of success in the pursuit of life as to make … Continue reading Fix yourself
What is courage? What's the notion of courage? What makes a courageous individual? Subjective bias incoming; Courage is the ability to slay your own dragons, face down your fears and become more capable in all facets of life where you can be of service to others for the greater good of humanity. Based on this … Continue reading Courage
For the past 2 years, I've always put up a post in regards to my plans for the coming year, a recap of the compounding effects of the year near gone and everything I've learnt along the way. Obviously, this is gonna be no different for 2017 so let's crack into her (unless she's over … Continue reading 2018 in a nutshell.