I’ve spent years looking for the best men’s skincare routine…and I’ve tried a lot of different products. The problem is often times that the only products that work cost $300 a month…and even then, very few of them actually do work.
I’ve always had pretty bad skin—in fact, I even went on Accutane when I was 16 years old, to no avail. I remember being extremely frustrated that even dermatologists couldn’t help me. I felt like I would’ve been way more attractive if I just had better skin.
I was put on tons of different men’s skincare routines by different dermatologists, but none of them worked. In fact, some of them seemed to make my skin get even WORSE over time.
Salicylic acid, isotetrin, Cetaphil, Benzoyl Peroxide, Clindamycin…the list goes on and on. Why couldn’t I find a men’s skincare routine that actually worked, even after dumping hundreds of dollars into a so called professional’s pocket?
The answer is that 99% of Dermatologists don’t know shit.
Masculinity is by far the most important characteristic that any man could possess.
One could spend an entire lifetime trying to define masculinity and all of its nuances, and I’m well on my way to doing so. But today I’d like to focus on something a little bit different.
Rather than talking about what masculinity is, I’d like to talk about how, without it, your life becomes a mess. When you have a lack of masculinity in your life, it doesn’t matter how hard you try to improve—you have to fix the root problem if you want to see any real improvement. And in this case, the root problem is a lack of masculinity.
Having the right hobbies can make it tremendously easier to get laid, for two main reasons.
First, hobbies communicate that you’re a well-rounded human being who is passionate about something.
The guitarist, competitive boxer, and amateur cyclist all have something in common: they’re human. They’re in touch with the human experience, with their passion, and with life. Women find this incredibly attractive.
Second, they grant you access to certain social circles that would previously be unavailable to you; and they sometimes catapult you up to the alpha male of the social circle.
Being involved with a certain hobby will put you around others who are also involved in that hobby. Sometimes they’ll be men, and sometimes they’ll be women. Either way, a good hobby will expand your social circle and will help you make friends and get more girls.
Anyone who’s been reading my blog for a while knows that I’ve wasted literally thousands of dollars on supplements; and supplements claiming to increase my libido, make my loads bigger, or give me a harder boner are no exception. Every company claims that they have the best natural male enhancement supplements, but very few are actually worth your time.
I also worked at a supplement store for a while, and got to try all kinds of testosterone boosters, amplifiers, increasers, and enhancers (whatever the fuck that even means).
The one lesson that I’ve carried with me to this day is that most supplements are complete garbage. Especially when it comes to sex.
Marketers know that men will shell out all kinds of money to get a bigger dick, to last longer, or to cum buckets; so they spin a bunch of medical-sounding jargon and slap a picture of some hot girl on their pill bottle and charge you $89.99 for a 30 day supply.
Don’t fall for the hype. Almost all of the supplements that I recommend here are less than $10 per month, and they work 5x better.
Legal Disclaimer: Don’t try modafinil without consulting with your doctor first. Never lie to a medical healthcare professional.
My hands were trembling. As I sat on the old, beaten-down couch in the corner of my psychiatrist’s office, he thumbed through my files. “So you’re having trouble focusing, it sounds like?” he blurted out while intently reading through my case history. “Yeah,” I said. “It’s horrible – I can’t focus for any longer than like four seconds.”
“Hmm, okay – have you ever tried Adderall?” he asked. “No,” I thought. That stuff is basically meth, I’m not putting that shit in my body. “No, I’ve heard such bad things about people getting addicted. I actually did my research and found a drug that can be used to treat ADD and it’s not amphetamine based. Have you heard of modafinil?”
He thought for a second, and recalled: “Oh, yeah—I remember prescribing it to one of my patients with narcolepsy a few years ago. I thought it was only for sleep disorders?”
“Well, technically, yes—but it can be used off label to help treat ADD. I was thinking that we could try it for a month and if I don’t feel like it works, I can just schedule another appointment and try something else?” I eagerly awaited his response; what was probably only 5 seconds felt like an eternity.
He whipped out his notebook and pen. “Sounds good to me. Here—take this and get it filled, let me know how it goes.”
I had just gotten myself a prescription to modafinil.
“Watch your thoughts, they become words;
watch your words, they become actions;
watch your actions, they become habits;
watch your habits, they become character;
watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.”
I’ll never forget the first time that I heard these words—I was a 14 year old boy, in a seminar filled with other 14 year old boys. It was my first year of high school. One of the veteran football coaches, who’d played as a linebacker in the NFL, hobbled out; his body was that of a man who’d endured a lifetime of tackles and blows, but there was a distinct sense of purpose, of will, in his walk.
He spoke these words to me and my fellow classmates, in a very serious tone of voice. At the time, I just thought it was a cool quote. It wasn’t until years later that I realized how powerful this idea really was.
Human beings have two “brains,” so to speak: our logical side, and our emotional side. For women, their right brain, or intuitive/emotional side, is typically much stronger than their left brain, or logical/analytical side.
Men, on the other hand, are typically much more logical than they are emotional. This simple difference between men and women is where 99% of disagreements and arguments come from.
During an argument with a woman, men typically think that her problem is “logical,” when it’s really emotional. Men try to come up with reasons why she should think a certain way or why she’s wrong, not realizing that she doesn’t want reasons, because she doesn’t want a logical response.
She’s trying to communicate something to you on an emotional level, and if you don’t realize this, she will walk away angry or crying from an argument every single time.
“What’s the best whey protein?” the gym-going newbie asks.
Well, as I’ve said before, whey protein is basically the cornerstone supplement for building muscle. It’s perfect right after a workout, because it’s fast digesting—it gets your muscles the protein that they need in just 30 minutes (compared to a meal, which takes around 2 hours).
But it’s not that simple—not all whey protein is created equal. This is one of the first things that I learned from working at a supplement store in college. There’s cold processed whey, grass-fed whey, casein blends, isolate matrixes, and protein concentrate…how in the hell do you know what to choose?
Well, I’ve tried probably 50 different whey protein supplements and narrowed it down to a few of the best so that you don’t have to waste your time and money. Here’s the best whey protein supplements, in my opinion.
We live in a world where most men are completely devoid of any purpose. Most men stumble through life without ever really waking up—they’re in a haze, drifting from day to day, and they never realize their full potential.
Rather than learning to monetize your passion, you simply relinquish your masculine purpose and spend your life furthering your boss’s goals. I want to change this. We need more men to wake up from the matrix.
We need men to realize that they can change reality. We don’t have to accept the bullshit system that is thrust upon us, we have the power to create our own destinies, and I’m going to teach you how. Before I begin, however, I want to define just what a”masculine purpose,” really is.
A “masculine purpose,” is having a clear, distinct goal in life, that is reflective of what you’re passionate about, and taking action to turn this purpose into a reality.
I recall the first time that I started experimenting with nootropics—I was 18 years old and was looking to get an edge in trading the stock market. I heard that execs from silicon valley and Harvard Law students were popping smart pills to get the best of their competitors.
It wasn’t long until I realize that not all nootropics are created equal, however. As I embarked on my endless quest to find the best nootropics out there, I invariably encountered some of the worst.
I spent literally thousands of dollars trying out different supplements claiming to increase my intelligence, and I’ve compiled a list of the best nootropics (in my experience) for you down below. I hope you enjoy.