Some time ago, reader Chad commented:
“… its clear you write for people seeking wisdom. Please don’t stop or change that, it is what makes you a delight to read.”
First, let me express my gratitude to him for saying so.
Thank you, Chad.
Second, I’d like to articulate exactly why I write and post what I do (forgive me if I repeat myself here).
See, there are plenty of sites, blogs and forums that discuss PUA tactics, bodybuilding, moneymaking possibilities, et al.
What is absent (in this glutted – if small – market of ours) is a fundamental, yet macro, perspective.
In short, the physics behind the engine that men wish to utilize.
Certainly, on occasion, I give specific techniques.
Templates or courses of action.
But, mostly, I try to present the most basic drives that spin the world – and those upon it – in the direction they do.
Sure, I could hold your hand.
But, in the long run – or even the intermediate run – what good would that do you?
Lines and actions that work for me won’t necessarily work for you.
You would, in fact, outgrow this site and my advice rather quickly (should you implement such), at best.
Or, at worst, think me a fool that provides little to no value.
Therefore, I write what I write.
Now, why is it in the style that I’ve chosen?
1} The cryptic nature of it often causes the reader to work for the knowledge contained within.
And one values more that which one struggles to obtain.
2} The cryptic nature also prompts further reflection after implementation.
Causing the nuances to become clearer and more personal.
Thus providing greater efficacy when utilized.
That being said, these factors will prevent me from becoming popular in a world of quick fixes and instant solutions.
But I’m not here for popularity.
I’m here for you.
I’m here for me.
Most of all—
I’m here forever.