The masculine reality of our forefathers is gone. Today feminized men are the norm.
The character strength that once signified manhood has been replaced with anxiety, political correctness and sexual ambiguity. Men have been brainwashed by society to deny their masculinity.
(I know, you’re different. Save your excuses. I’ve heard them all.)
How does this play out?
Look in a mirror.
How often do you supplicate to women and so-called authority figures? Overthink important decisions because you’re afraid to offend, or make mistakes? And self-righteously believe you’re superior to risk takers because you play it safe?
Yeah, I thought so!
I’m telling you what your daddy didn’t and your mama never could. It’s time to grow up – stop bending over and be a man!
But there’s a catch. To become a powerful man, you must control your mind at all times. Your mental frame has to be tight.
This means being aware of your internal process by consistently observing your thoughts and feelings.
To be masculine is to remain poised and confident. You’re a leader. People will come to you for answers and reassurance, especially during a crisis, and you must be strong enough to maintain.
For too long you’ve taken people’s opinions to heart. Stop it. They can’t help you. Don’t seek random advice. Look inward and trust your gut instincts.
Get to work improving different aspects of your character (e.g. discipline). Scrutinize your thoughts and beliefs. Identify what’s holding you back, deal with it, and keep growing.
A healthy mind doesn’t cling or obsess. It’s always balanced, centered and grounded. Don’t overreact to your thoughts and emotions. Watch how they move, then return to your priorities. Visualize yourself as independent and capable.
Don’t be surprised by the jealous and defensive reactions you receive. Strength is intimidating. Run with people that respect you. Or stand alone. Either way you’re free.
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