April 2014

How To Apply The 48 Laws of Power: Machiavellian Social Competencies

Contents: 1.)¬†Introduction 2.) The Vocational Toolbox: Necessary Skill Sets 2a.)¬†Develop An Analytical Mind 2b.) Master Subtextual Communication 2c.) Become¬†Eloquently Articulate 2d.)¬†Emotional Intelligence & Infiltration 2e.)¬†Cold Reading 2f.)¬†Superficial Charm 3.) Concluding Statements: Misapplying The Laws 4.) Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction: The focus of this piece is on the application of Machiavellian ideas contained within “The 48 Laws of Power.” Numerous people have communicated to me how confounding they find Robert Greene’s best-selling...

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The Game of Power

“It is double pleasure to deceive the deceiver.” – Niccolo Machiavelli Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) Bluffing 3.)¬†Judgement, Self-Perception &¬†Self-Discipline 4.)¬†Silence, Saboteurs & Platforms 5.)¬†Family Power Dynamics & Parental Investment 6.) Concluding Statement 7.) Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction: This piece discusses the relevance of power in comparative as well as absolutist terms. One thing I have found is, the word “power,” contains specific connotations to most people. They hear the word “power”...

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Shit Tests Ad Infinitum

She will never stop testing you for weakness. To be crude and for a lack of more succinct language, women are what I’d consider to be perpetually biologically insecure. They are always thinking in the back of their heads “what if I have made a mistake.”¬†It is this constant need for romantic reassurance that causes them to rigorously shit test their¬†men, on a seemingly primal level women¬†are utterly obsessed with feeling...

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Monk Mode: Stronger, Smarter, More Refined

“To progress again, man must remake himself. And he cannot remake himself without suffering. For he is both the marble and the sculptor. In order to uncover his true visage he must shatter his own substance with heavy blows of his hammer.” – Alexis Carrel Monk mode is a self-improvement framework for improving your worth, and in turn, increasing the quality of¬†person you are. Many people fail to integrate self-improving habits...

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The Red Pill is Intolerant of Irrationalism and “Equality”

The red pill is a philosophy based upon a set of observations which emphasises the utilisation of logic as a tool for explaining the reality around us, as such it is accepting of many ideas and stances, however one thing it is most decidedly not accepting of is ideology which presents a faux sense of egalitarianism out of unsubstantiatable idealism, such ideology operates on poorly constructed reasoning and it is for this reason...

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