In a previous post, I explained the all-encompassing importance of testosterone and why every man should strive to maintain a healthy level of it in his system.
I also acknowledged a multitude of physical lifestyle factors that strongly influence how much of this vital hormone one’s body produces, such as diet, exercise, drug use, sleep and sexual habits.
Most importantly, though, I wanted to make it clear just how great of an impact one’s mentality has upon this process.
Your body’s testosterone production is largely contingent upon what behaviors and thought patterns you routinely engage in. So, if you think and act like a man, your body will reward you accordingly.
Below are 5 surefire ways to help make this come about.
1.) Train Martial Arts
Practicing and competing in martial arts is a humbling yet empowering experience.
It is humbling in the sense that you will inevitably suffer pain and defeat many times over.
It is empowering in that this forces you to learn to manage your adrenaline and confront your fears head on.
And once you are and have gained the confidence to assert yourself physically, you’ll find yourself more confident in just about every interaction you have.
Knowing how to fight is an absolute essential for having a high-T mentality.
2.) Spend Time with Attractive Women
One of two things is guaranteed to happen to a man’s voice when he interacts with a girl he really likes:
- It becomes weak, high-pitched and staggered because he’s nervous and ultimately afraid of losing her or failing to impress her.
- It deepens and is loud and clear because getting what he wants (her) is more important to him than the possibility of failing to do so.
Regardless of the outcome of the interaction, the man who genuinely enjoys and makes the most of it is going to experience a great testosterone boost. He will feel it not only during the interaction but also afterwards while it’s still fresh on his mind.
If you find yourself taking the more timid approach, perhaps you should ask yourself if you really think you’re worthy of having the type of woman you want be with. Be honest. Self-delusion will get you nowhere, but a little humility can go a long way if you’re willing to improve yourself.
Don’t waste your time on PUA scams and all the stupid acts they tell you to put on. The mechanics of the game are nothing compared the mentality you come into it with.
Your confidence in yourself must be authentic.
3.) Have a Worthwhile Mission to Work at
When you’re mind is set on accomplishing some great task, your body will empower you accordingly.
You won’t find yourself caught up in petty affairs because you have more important, rewarding matters to attend.
Your focus will be on what you have control over, and an enhanced drive and sense self-discipline will naturally come about with it.
With high aspirations comes high energy.
4.) Reject Political Correctness
A straight, white male who blames his own kind for the problems and shortcomings of everyone else is essentially a coward and a loser.
You cannot have a winner’s mentality when you’re working against your own interests.
You cannot dominate in life with a masochistic worldview.
Don’t be ashamed of your heritage, and don’t hesitate to be the man and take charge in your relationships.
Believe me: When a woman tells you how “sweet” you are because you think just like she does and want to make yourself “equal” to (i.e. more like) her, having sex with you is the last thing on her mind!
5.) Be Mindful of Who/What You Expose Yourself To
“The eye is the lamp of the body; so then if your eye is clear, your whole body will be full of light. But if your eye is bad, your whole body will be full of darkness. If then the light that is in you is darkness, how great is the darkness!”– Matthew 6:22-23
Nobody, no matter how strong-minded he may be, is exempt from letting his day-to-day experiences shape his mentality. Who you interact with and what you watch and listen to will inevitably rub off on you to some degree.
Avoid regularly conversing with people who spout defeatist or egalitarian rhetoric like “that’s just the way I am/you are” or “nobody is better than anyone.” These types of people weak-willed and would rather bring everyone else down to their level than work towards improving themselves.
You should make it a point to associate with people who inspire you to better yourself. Don’t stoop down to the losers’ level just for company’s sake.
Don’t listen to songs that push messages of:
- Pain and suffering
Modern rock music is probably the most prime example of this.
To take a few examples from the top rock hits while I was growing up:
“I’m always wrapped up in things I cannot win. You are the antidote that got me by; something strong like a drug that got me high. What I really meant to say, is I’m sorry for the way I am.”– “Cold” by Crossfade
“Cut my life into pieces: this is my last resort. Suffocation, no breathing, don’t give a f*** if I cut my own breathing!”– “Last Resort” by Papa Roach
“All your insults and your curses make me feel like I’m not a person. And I feel like I am nothing, but you make me, so do something.”– “For You” by Staind
“Crawling in my skin, these wounds they will not heal. Fear is how I fall, confusing what is real.”– “Crawling” by Linkin Park
This kind of pathetic drivel shouldn’t be running through your mind if you expect it to make your body produce more testosterone. You want to be in control and ready to conquer the challenges before you, not whining about your feelings being hurt or how low you’re willing to go to gain a woman’s approval.
Cut these influences out of your life completely. Seriously, delete every bit of this filth from your computer/MP3 player and trash all your CD’s containing such content. You can’t fully comprehend how psychologically debilitating it truly is until you’re no longer possessed by it.
Be sure to limit the amount of time you spend in front of the TV. The more you focus on what doesn’t matter, the less of a drive you’ll have to change what does. Binge-watching Netflix and playing Call of Duty for hours on end will get you nowhere.
Also, don’t watch shows which constantly belittle men. Peter Griffin, Homer Simpson, the King of Queens; all their story-lines share the common theme of some bumbling fool of a husband who needs to be babysat by his ever-more competent, wise and virtuous wife.
If you are going to put some time into sitting in front of the tube, watching inspirational movies like Braveheart, Rocky and Rudy might actually make it worthwhile.
Take everything your humanities professors tell you to believe with a grain of salt. Much of what they push is sheer P.C. indoctrination devoid of any logic or basis in reality.
Don’t take them seriously when they spout all their nonsense about how “gender roles are socially constructed.”
As should be obvious by now, acting like a man is a biological necessity for good health, not just another “gender option.”
The Fruits of the Masculine Mentality
The overarching theme here is that you need to make the most with what you have as a man while rejecting anything that discourages you from doing so.
Abiding by this simple principle will most definitely help you cultivate your senses of:
No matter what you’ve been through or where you are in life, this is all in your power.
Take heart and take action,