Average people live in a hyper connected, digital world where they feel the need to take pictures of their dinner to upload on Instagram, update their Facebook status while sitting on the toilet and browse on Twitter at work.
They take selfies and send it on Snapchat, make funny videos on Vines and feel the need to watch Youtube when they’re bored.
How about using their smart phones when they’re out eating with friends, or texting and driving?
Average people are reading ZenHabits.net, Buzzfeed.com and TheRichest.com, with article headlines like:
“Letting Go of the Need for Control!”
“10 of the Most Amazing Sex-Related Records Ever”
“12 Countries That Love To Hate America”
(The true plebs don’t even go online – they just sit at home and watch TV)
How to be a wolf in a world of sheep
… by following this principle:
What do average people like doing? Do the opposite.
Average people like to …
- Watch netflix after work
- Spend time on twitter, instagram, pinterest, facebook
- Constantly check emails and instant messaging apps
- Glued to their cell phone, laptop and TV (this includes playing video games)
- Read clickbait websites like TheRichest.com and Buzzfeed.com
- Get involved in drama
- Try to craft a “cool” lifestyle by posting pictures of their dinner on Facebook with captions like “dinner with Craig. I’m loving life!”
Average people hate …
- Reading high quality books
- Taking time away from the cell phone, laptop and TV
- Exercise (lifting weight, combat sports)
- Quiet reflection time
- Making connections with more more “successful” people (master mind group etc)
Your life boils down to what you focus, on a daily basis …
The most important thing is starting now, at this very moment, and be consistent.
How are professional UFC fighters created? They show up at the gym every day and practice.
How to accomplish your goals? Write down 2 things that you want to change in your life then do it every day.
(It’s obvious and simple, yet the obvious and simple is hard to do)
What has consistency got me?
Here’s what I did (current age: 28)
- Hit the gym and got stronger. I have been lifting weights habitually for 6 years now (went from 130 lbs to 170 lbs. Can squat 275 lbs)
- 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 (I stayed in Japan for 2 months, had 2 Japanese girlfriends)
- Approached and fucked more woman than the average guy (26 and counting. No fatties or ugly, please)
- 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 $250,000.00 USD a year with mobile 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
Consistency and action is your friend. Take action every day towards your goal … years from now, you’ll be glad you did.
If you liked this post, you’ll also like:
- The Differences Between Sheep and Wolves
- Advice To Young Men (18 years old) – How To Be The Best You Can Be
- How to Become Uber Human
- The Uber Human Manifesto – What Exactly Is An Uber Human?
Until next week …