Here’s a wild thought for you: You should never take anything anyone says as The Gospel Truth. Nobody is right about everything – not even me.
Everything I’ve published on this site, all my impassioned cries for you to listen to the experienced advice I’m giving you, is what’s worked for me and my friends/coaching clients. But what works for you may end up being entirely different to what’s worked for us.
The point of getting laid, self-improvement – hell, life in general – is to experiment and try things out to find out what suits you and your personal likes/dislikes & preferences. Even if I give you the most killer advice of all time, something that’s brought me more success than anything else, you might try it and decide, “Nah, I don’t like the way that feels when I do it.”
On the flipside – if I’ve tried something a few times and it hasn’t worked out, I’ll warn others about following in my failed footsteps. But perhaps you find a way to make it work. Maybe you find the missing puzzle piece that brings it all together and makes it magically, satisfyingly click into place.
I’m not perfect, I’ve never claimed to have all the answers. I’m just a guy who’s done a lot of living and done a lot of experimenting. I’ve learned what works for me, what doesn’t work, and I’m here to share as much of my knowledge with you as I possibly can. But nothing I say is The Whole Truth – it’s up to you to use my experience and advice to run your own experiments, carve your own path, become your own man.
I’m the last person on Earth who’ll ever say my advice is 100% right, 100% of the time. My site is just me saying, “This worked for me – it should work for you too, but try it out and find out.”
Sitting around theorising about what the answer may be will only get you so far. At some point you have to take the plunge, throw yourself into the deep end and actually try it and find out.
More importantly, don’t let anyone talk you out of anything (including me). Prove them wrong.
Life itself is just a big experiment. Nobody really knows what to do. You’re not born with the answers – you’re born a fucking retard, and over the course of your life you become slightly-less-retarded.
Go out there and try a bunch of shit. Fail miserably. Succeed unexpectedly. Have fun. Over time you’ll figure out what works, what doesn’t, and you’ll get better at navigating the tumultuous waters of life. Keep experimenting and you’ll naturally become more intrepid and self-assured.