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IS more reading what I need? Am I seeking the perfect article that will motivate me to take action, like how many self-improvement articles, books, videos how much more knowledge do I need to acquire to get over the fact that I'm just scared and I experience fear? How much is more knowledge needed for me to finally take action?
Considering your question "do I need more information?", then it's probably fairly accurate to say that you've already read enough, so no, you don't need to read anything else.
You do need to understand one thing and that is that there will come a time in your life when you will have already "lived" (more like inertly passed through) through your 20's, and then you'll already be in your 30's and your skin will begin to sag because your overall lifestyle sucked ass and was basically comprised of complaining about not getting women while slouching on your couch eating pizza and drinking soda.
During your 30's, you will know that you still have a chance but you still haven't found the "perfect article" so you say "I still have time", then the years roll by and you're already in your 40's, by then your hair is white, your bad posture is irremediable, and your skin shows the many years you spent till 2 am mastarbating to porn (because your wife often gets confused with the yeti at night) while drinking beer.
You then realize, like a terminally-ill patient, it's now or never and this time you truly start trying, but when you break through your comfort zone and decide to show up to a party of youngsters you get the cops called on you because it's hella weird to see an old hobo showing up at a party full of young people.
You now think to yourself "life is whatever" and realize you fucked up, you aren't even depressed now. You think it's maybe not such a bad idea to jump off the highest building in town to at least provide some entertainment for bystanders.
Nobody truly regrets you're gone and your wife is even happy because she can now claim life insurance and afford an extreme makeover so she can now hunt for another dude.
Long story short, no, you don't need to keep reading because girls don't really care about how much you've read about "game", you need to start doing what you know you should've already started (IDK what it is but you do).
Although we maintain a highly positive environment, there's very little "You can do it!" or "You're awesome but you/everyone can't see it!" stuff here.
We laugh at that fluff.
In a positive way, of course.
I prefer to focus on applicable steps and not fluffy high school junior varsity football coach speak.
In fact, the only obvious motivational post I can even think of is "She's Probably Already Fucked a Guy Uglier Than You".
There's a 3 reasons for this -
#1 Motivation (from a blog, video, otherwise) is a highly temporary thing for 99% of normal people. Normal people have trouble committing to their goals, let alone even making goals. Very few people adopt any sort of sustained drive that it takes to accomplish big things from surfing the Internet.
You have to have the 'seeds' of motivation within you and YOU have to cause them to germinate.
What feels like motivation is usually just simply entertainment. I call this the 'Good Movie Effect'.
You live your life differently for 2 weeks, but it wears off and you are back to where you started.
#2 Aside from infrequent slumps, what you need is Long March self-discipline, not instant coffee motivation. Many people seeking motivation simply have poor discipline or a half-willingness to even commit, let alone endure. Sometimes their "search for motivation" is actually just their latest form of procrastination.
(self-discipline > motivation is a familiar concept, but it's true)
#3 The best motivational blog has already been written. But, to me, Victor successfully motivates through example, somewhat moreso than by "typing the correct words" or pushing your right buttons. As he'll admit - the guys he motivates are the ones born to succeed, not losers that are on the fence, constantly seeking a fix of synthetic digital motivation.
#4 Lastly, if I really need to convince you to get excited about getting to the point where your life is full of pussy, money and [insert here whatever you want], then you are probably depressed and need to address that first.
If you're the smartest person in the room, you're in the wrong room.
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I didn't think the "Get Hung" guide would have girls eyeing my bulge. It did.
I didn't think that your exercise and diet advice would have girls checking me out. It did.
I DEFINITELY didn't think that your hair-loss prevention would fix my hairline. Not in a billion years. It mother fucking did. You saved me a crazy amount of time, a ton of money, unnecessary pain, and destroyed my #1 source of anxiety. DESTROYED IT.
Kratom is next!
To anyone reading this, follow through, read this material, APPLY this material, and enjoy life.