Deep thought through persistent introspection reveals your true self.
The only thing that I know is this code.
I cannot stray.
It feels wrong to act any other way.
The winner’s mindset is incompatible with a value-leeching lifestyle. As I read more about economics, I see that the only way for me to live is to contribute my truest form of value to society. Markets are supposed to be organic; placing value on a skill/item in relation to its demand. When industries become outdated, nature phases them out. Intervention within the free market forces people into roles that don’t utilize their true potential.
I was born with an urge to create…
The spoils of a beta life are incompatible with who I want to be.
- I don’t need tv.
- I don’t need an expensive lease on a generic car.
- I don’t need a McMansion.
- I don’t need a washed up ex-carousel rider gold-digging slut of a wife.
- I don’t need fake friends.
- I don’t need cheap entertainment…
A solid legacy is what I aim to leave behind… and that is exactly what I am working towards.
All the media I consume points me in the same direction. Every single book or article digested serves to throw gasoline on my internal flame. The nature of economics implies that I have the ability to create my own unique value.
I am making the transition between being a consumer and being a producer.
Functional prices encourage the largest volume of production and the largest volume of sales. Profits tell us which goods are most economical to make, and which methods are most efficient to make them with.
True value is undeniable.
If no one benefits from your hustle, you will be pushed aside by more innovative producers.
Brutal, uncaring feedback is what refines your personal value (power, sexuality, and finances).
Every inter-sexual interaction/value execution serves to chisel your frame further into perfection. Action is what develops your style. Feedback evaluates the worth of your philosophy, as well as how true it holds to the realities of life. I cannot settle for offering a mediocre amount of value just for the sake of being comfortable. Growth is exponential… consistent actions in the present will lead to GIGANTIC gains in the future.
No one will see your value until you see it yourself.
The life of an entrepreneur is not for everybody, but I have realized that its ultimate reward (FREEDOM) is worth more than 1,000 years lived as an office slave beta.
What matters most to you?