Hello, my name is Max Uber. I’m the sole owner of this web site.
Thanks for taking the time to drop by and read the “about” section. I will try to make this as entertaining as possible 🙂
So, what is BecomeUberHuman.com? Simply put, this blog is dedicated to young men who aspire to be above average.
You are the reason why I’m writing this because I think you’re awesome. I think every human has massive potential, yet the majority of them squander the potential.
When I think of the average person, I think of a guy scratching his dick and balls while watching netflix for the past 3 hours. He works at an average job that he doesn’t like, fucks his girlfriend who is getting fatter by the day and reads Men’s Health magazine for “1 weird trick to get a six pack in 4 weeks!”. By the time he reaches 40 years old, he has bitch tits and a pregnant gut. Too cute for me.
Yes, the average man is going to hate me for saying that because I sound critical and like “an asshole” but okay 😀
I’m not writing this website for average people – I’m writing this website for you, to become above average … to become fucking awesome … to become an demi-god tier Uber Human.
My self improvement journey – so far …
When I was 21 years old, I became aware that I was wasting my human potential. Do I want to be a pathetic piece of shit playing video game on a Friday night …. or do I want to be become great?
I ditched video game, evaluated my life and took massively action.
What did I do? (current age: 28)
- Hit the gym and got stronger. I have been lifting weights habitually for 6 years now.
- Adopted Patrick Bateman’s sense of dress style and hygiene
- Meditate 20 minutes every day (my hardest habit by far)
- Study a foreign language 30 minutes a day (can speak and write 2 languages; I’m on track to learn 5 languages total)
- Went from a dumb pleb to an educated uber human by reading books every day
- Traveled the world and go on vacations for months
- Approached and fucked more woman than the average guy (26 high quality woman and counting)
- Became a professional poker play for 3 years (played high stakes poker with rich Chinese business men in Macau, played in Vegas etc)
- Shot guns and drove a Lamborghini in Las Vegas
- Living a minimalist lifestyle
- Started BecomeUberHuman.com (I’m planning to write on this blog for the next 10 years)
- (Attempting) to make six figures with online marketing
In contrast to my 18 years old self …
- Did not lift weight
- Did not read books (dumb and ignorant)
- Poor social skills, very few friends
- Didn’t lose virginity until 19
- No sense of fashion and bad body language
- Chronic masturbator
- Hobbies were watching TV and playing video games
- Suicidal (thought of killing myself at 19)
- No hope, no future, no self respect, no discipline
- Wanted to live in a van
Growing up, I had a poor father figure
Growing up, my father wasn’t really there because he was busy working, which is fine.
But he was a beta male, in a sense that his hobbies included gossiping with his friends at the coffee shop every morning. When he brought his friends over to drink beer, they would brag, bitch and complain – in that order.
Once, a frail gay guy challenged him to fight but my old man backed down. In fact, he never got in a fist fight in his life.
When I was 9 years old, I attended judo class. I was really good at doing osoto gari – the instructors wanted to talk to my parents so I can join the judo club down the street but my parents were too cheap and were afraid of me getting hurt, so I only did judo for 2 months. If I had studied judo since I was 9 years old, I could have went to the Olympics.
As a kid, my old man repeatedly told me that I was dumb and stupid. Growing up, he never taught me how to throw a punch, or how to pick up girls or helped me with my homework. He once gave me a “if you have sex, wear a rubber” talk.
He’s a decent human being but as a father figure, he did a subpar job.
Why am I bringing this all up? Because I sincerely believe that a parent greatly influence a child’s development. Generally speaking, shit parenting, shit kid.
Before people have kids, maybe they should pass a mandatory course on how to be good parents. Hmmm.
My reasons for creating this blog is simple
Because I want to inspire you to be great.
I wish I had a big brother growing up who told me:
“Pull up your pants and stop jerking off, I have something important to tell you. You have this amazing potential to be great. Your father is doing a shitty parenting job and your environment is not conductive. So, these are the habits and mindset you need to become great …”
Realistically speaking, my writing appeals to men who are 14 to 24 years old. People who are 30 years old aren’t listening to my advice – because a 30 years old man is stuck in his own ways. By the time a person is 30, it’s pretty much the same habits and mentality until old age.
Your journey towards greatness starts today
Everyone has their own path to greatness – it’s about living your ideal life, on your term. It’s about have the courage and discipline to live your dream. Your destiny is to become GREAT. Your soul knows it.
Young men are the driving force behind humanity. It’s the young men who fought wars, invented disruptive technologies and built civilizations through their blood, tears and intellect. Motivated young men become wise old men, after all.
This blog isn’t catered to average people.
Out of 100 young men who visit this blog, 10 will love this blog. Others will walk away in disgust, as the material is offensive and try hard.
This blog was never meant to have mainstream appeal. I wrote this blog for the top 10 percent of men. You are the leading force of this world.
Why should you listen to me?
This site strives for transparency and integrity – I only write subjects I have experience and authority on.
I would never recommend shitty products or plaster ads across this site for a quick dollar.
I deeply care about people’s lives – the free content of this blog is proof of my commitment.
Read this blog and absorb what resonates with you and discard what you think isn’t useful. While I may sound dogmatic, you shouldn’t take my words dogmatically.
If you read my blog, took actions and changed your life for the better than I did my job well.
The path is hard but you’re not alone. Your Uber Human comrades are behind you.
Questions and partnership ideas. Send me your email at becomeuberhuman[at]startmail.com
Thanks for dropping by.