As we look back at our end of days, we’re going to see forks in the road.
They want a man they feel safe with, and a man they admire.This physical transformation isn’t the final step; rather, it’s the spark that ignites a greater evolution towards becoming a better man.It’s the first domino we knock down on our way to becoming a better man in Just as my physical transformation helped me stand taller, to act on my ambition, and to face my fears, my first real relationship showed me that I needed to be more assertive – and so my evolution continued…I learned that I needed to take charge, even in areas I didn’t care all that much about – like choosing where we ate, or what wine we drank; the little things.Through reading and study, through starting my own business and growing it daily, through facing fears and pushing myself in new ways, I’ve grown more assertive, and in to a much stronger man – and I don’t mean physically. Now, as I look back, had I not created that physical transformation, or gone through that first, eye-opening relationship, or started my own business and taken that risk, I may be on the wrong end of this article.I’m lucky enough to have parents who raised me right, to be strong, to face my fears, and to have grit. It’s a sickness, a deterioration of our masculinity, a destruction of our drive. It’s causes are debated, as are it’s characteristics.
To avoid going down this road in our own lives, we need to recognize it in ourselves, in those around us, and have the courage to put a stop to it.
Packing on 40 pounds of muscle to my scrawny frame helped bridge that gap. To sift through the slough of bullshit advice, and get to what works.
After that transformation I started this site to help guys bring their own gaps. As I’ve been blessed to help more and more accomplish this physical transformation, I’ve seen it’s true benefit..
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Everyone asks one question of each other across the circle, and then the inner circle moves one person to the left. This leads to people talking to each other, but never with the pressure of having to ask or answer more than one question.