Where to start? I am a beta male. I am really unhappy about it. I’ve set up this blog to describe my journey from a pathetic beta male into a proud alpha male. For much of my life, I was a beta male. People looked down upon me. People told me what to do, and I complied. I’ve reached that point in my life where I’ve realized that enough is enough. I’ve made a conscious decision to strike back and become an alpha male. My plan is simple: I will proactively seek to be around people I like, and I will be obnoxious and rude to people I don’t like thereby cutting these negative people from my life. I have already joined the gym. My personal trainer has set an exercise program for me that I am following. It is a great injustice in this world that the weak and the nice are trampled upon. I am sure I am not the only victim. I write this blog not only to motivate myself to stay on track but to also provide support and motivation to readers out there who are in the same situation I am in. If you are a beta male, you need to recognise this problem and you need to take steps to address it. I feel it is my purpose in life to not only make myself stronger but to help others out there become stronger as well.
I’ve learned over time that this world is characterised by oppression. Powerful beings oppress weaker being, whether it is humans oppressing animals for food or clothes or even powerful humans oppressing and exploiting weaker humans.
While slavery via whips and chains has vanished from most parts of the world, a more efficient form of slavery thrives: debt slavery.
By evolution or by design, men are pressured or programmed to go to school, go to university, leave home, date a girl, get a job, get married, get a mortgage, have children, and retire at seventy.
These major life events force us to spend excessively, and we are plunged into debt. Because we are indebted, we are slaves to our lenders. We left home thinking we would become independent only to find ourselves dependent and enslaved to the bank and to our employer.
There must be a better way, but before we find that better way, we must first escape from the system that attempts to enslave us. This blog is about escaping from wage slavery. Anyone can escape wage slavery by working hard and shunning societal pressure to spend. Don’t marry, live with your parents, and save aggressively so that you can live off the interest, rent, and dividends from your globally diversified investments.
Don’t become a slave to the banks. You don’t have to make mortgage payments every month. Don’t become a slave to the landowner. Don’t become a slave to your employer. Don’t become a slave to social customs and traditions.
Do not become a slave to other people. Don’t give anyone the power to tell you what to do.