I can’t explain why but the lion was always my favorite animal. Maybe because he just follows his instincts and does what he wants. The lion is the prime example of the alpha male. He’s the alpha animal of the jungle. That’s right the king of the jungle is also the most alpha animal there is. Size doesn’t matter in the jungle otherwise the elephant would be the king of the jungle. It’s all about the mindset over there. Only the strongest survive but that’s also applicable to our modern society. Only the people with the strongest mindset (the lions) will get the most out of life, all the others (the sheep) will follow.
Let’s talk about faith here for a minute. A lot of people assume that faith will solve everything. I mean does it really? I’ve seen people praying while they should have taken action. I’ve seen people give up on stuff and claim that faith would sort out the rest. Those people should have pushed on. I’m going to quote The Bible once again but I just had too. Just take a look at this particular quote. This was an answer from God to Moses when Moses was praying to him: “Why are you crying out to me? Just keep moving on.” (Exodus 14-15).
That sentence is right you know. I mean why would you sit down and pray while there’s a whole horde of angry Egyptians trying to kill you. I don’t see the point of doing that. Do you? I would keep on walking or running no matter what. So tell me do you still count on faith to solve things?
Say hello to the quick fix generation that lives in frustration. Do they get why? Probably not so that’s why I devote this blog post to them. I already devoted a blog on this matter but it wasn’t complete (read the first one here). I’m pretty confident that the second one will even be more popular since people don’t like to hear the truth. They avoid it at all costs because it makes them realize they’re living in an illusion.
Let’s take a quick look at the definition of a quick fix (I actually hate definitions): something that seems to be a fast and easy solution to a problem but is in fact not very good or will not last long.
That’s what most people don’t seem to get. It might seem like a good choice in the short run but it’ll be extremely frustrating in the long run. Life’s a party am I right?! But only from on Friday and Saturday night no? Some people live really confusing lives if you ask me.
How can you live if you never challenge your beliefs? Most people will probably don’t even know what I’m trying to say. So I’ll ask you one more time: how can you live if you never challenge your beliefs?! That just stupid. So many people follow the herd and have no clue why they’re living a miserable life. I get it. It’s because you never question things. I mean what’s next for you? You’ll probably feel cheated by life by the age of 40. That’ll solve everything! I hate to break it to you but the victim mindset will never get you set. You’ll never have lived a life worth living if you don’t even question things.
Can you guess the definition of an alpha male? I’m pretty curious about what most people’s definition would be. Maybe they’ll claim that the biggest guy in the room is the alpha. Others might claim that the strongest or the most aggressive guy might be the alpha. Maybe it’s the guy with the highest testosterone levels. But do all those traits really make somebody alpha? Most traits are either based on looks or aggression. That doesn’t sound right if you ask me and I didn’t even start about the self- proclaimed alpha males. I actually wonder if women would give a better definition of what an alpha male would be.
Apparently, some do. I stumbled across a blog post that was called: Bring Back the Alpha Male! (A Man Who Knows What He Wants and Goes For It). I initially wasn’t going to read it since I assumed that it was written by another guy who shares the same dumb stuff like the other “alpha bloggers”. This blog was written by a woman called Erica. I suggest you check it out (read it here). It’s really great. Her blog has a lot of great content, to be honest.
So you want to live a drama free life? It’s actually not that hard, to be honest. I’m able to live a drama life for a pretty darn long time and I absolutely love it. Most people should try this approach but they can’t. They can’t because they can’t get rid of the drama and the sad part is that they mostly cause it themselves. Yes, you’ve read it correctly it’s all your own fault. So who has to solve it if you caused it? You of course! That was a no-brainer if you ask me. But why do people struggle so much to get rid of it? I guess that most people just make it harder than it seems.
Well, let’s toast on the upcoming drama free life. Or as I like to say it: save your drama for your mama.
Are you a materialist? That is pretty bad. I’m not even kidding. We live in a world where a lot of people seem to be impressed by stuff. Others try to impress others with certain things of course. I don’t get these people to be honest. I tried to understand them but I just don’t get why you should buy expensive stuff to impress others. You probably don’t want to hear his but that impression last maybe 30 seconds if you’re lucky. But in most cases, most people won’t even notice what you’re trying to show off. I can assure you that I’m perfectly happy without the stuff that I thought that I needed. Most people just don’t seem to realize it. Let me put it this way: an asshole with 3 fancy cars, a whole watch collection, and the newest iPhone remains an asshole.
This is the second post that I devote to Steve Weatherford but he definitely earned it (read the first one here). Steve is the father of 5 children whom he raises together with his wife. He won the Superbowl and looks like a jacked silverback gorilla. I know all this stuff because I follow him on snapchat and it’s worth the follow (@Weatherford5). He shares tons of free bodybuilding workouts, motivational stuff and a glance into his personal life. He was on the cover of Muscle And Fitness and he’s a millionaire. So it’s safe to say that he has accomplished a lot and he’s only in his 30’s so he’ll achieve a lot more at this pace. But I guess that you’re wondering what he learned me? Maybe that hard work pays off? Nope, I already live by that code.
Here’s the one crucial life lesson that Steve Weatherford learned me. There’s one thing that you’ve got in mind: he’s a Superbowl winning millionaire who looks like a jacked silverback gorilla. Thank you, Steve Weatherford, for teaching me and other this valuable lesson!
Do you have a purpose in life? Most of the people don’t. How do I know this you ask? Simple: can you get up early on the weekends without feeling bored during the day? Are you not able to do it? Well, then you’re just drifting around in life. Most people have no clue how they’ll spend their evenings let alone what they’ll be doing in 10 years. No plan, no small goals, no purpose. It’s an unfulfilling life if you ask me. No wonder that you’re bored all the time. It’s literally a miracle that you’re able to be bored in this day and age. Anyways, let’s find out why need a purpose in life.
I’m a college dropout and I actually don’t mind, to be honest. Many people are curious why I still didn’t return to college and there are multiple reasons so I could at least devote a blog post about it. Let me start this blog with a funny story. There were 7 people with a university degree in a room. This starts off like a good joke, doesn’t it? I was the 8th person in that room. So on paper, I would have been the dumbest person in the whole room. Well, that turned out a bit different. I really learned a lot in that room and I was there for 1 hour tops. My observations have proven me right over time. A fancy degree will never impress me. Let me end this introduction with 2 great quotes from Frank Zappa:
“If you want to get laid, go to college. If you want an education, go to the library.”
“Drop out of school before your mind rots from exposure to our mediocre educational system. Forget about the Senior Prom and go to the library and educate yourself if you’ve got any guts. Some of you like Pep rallies and plastic robots who tell you what to read.”