Eating broccoli won’t get you blowjobs

The world doesn’t give a damn about your personal development efforts

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ome bad news for the heterosexual males out there, no woman will ever enthusiastically give you a blowjob because you…

  • Have done 20 minutes of meditation every day this week or do Dual N-Back brain training to build your mental muscles and be less at the mercy of your impulses and negative thoughts.
  • Suffer through cold showers every morning just to get uncomfortable.
  • Have been staying up late and waking up early for the last 6 months so that you can work on an Entrepreneurial project that will get you out of the rat race.
  • Spend 3 hours weekly pushing metal in the gym.
  • Have been taking public speaking courses to improve your communication skills.
  • Your eyes hurt from studying your engineering textbooks all night so that you can get good grades in your next exam and the master’s degree that you need for a lucrative professional career.
  • Just dropped $300 at the mall to upgrade your wardrobe.
  • You’ve chosen to read long dense non-fiction book about some meaningful subject instead of binging on mindless Netflix shows.
  • Resist the temptation to watch internet porn.
  • Read countless Pubmed studies to try to figure out how to fix your health problems.
  • Have spent months learning a new language.
  • Or eat your Broccoli or spinach and say no to all that tempting junk food.

No woman is going to say…

He’s just trying SO hard, I must have his dick in my mouth right now!

The point I’m making with comedic vulgarity is that women particularly and people, in general, do not care about your personal development efforts, they only care about your personal development results.

Thanks to my Secret Society Infiltration Model for “Networking” I don’t hang out with a lot of chumps, the guys I’m friends with are doing meaningful things with their lives. We don’t sit around and shoot the breeze talking about sports, the news, or celebrity scandals, we talk business, we talk about where we’re traveling and we talk a lot about our personal development projects and efforts. Consistently, some sharp young man I know will be telling me about the meditation methods or fitness efforts he’s devoting time to and will then lament that his dating life is not going swimmingly — girls are flaking and wasting his time or he’s having a tough time meeting the kind of girls he’d actually like to date. It might seem that his personal development efforts are in vain and on the other hand, we’ve all known guys who were real pieces of shit, who couldn’t care less about personal development that got laid like crazy. They made extraordinarily little effort to be better men and women loved them for it!

You might be saying…

Well, you’re just talking about idiotic men fucking vapid sluts. The kind of quality women that I’m interested in wouldn’t kneel before cocky assholes and felate their inflated egos. They would appriciate a guy who is a decent person going places with their life.

Yes and no. There are good women out there in the world who are attracted to virtue. Here in the red pill sphere of the internet, we recognize that all women potentially have a dual mating strategy, they want a man who is an exciting, sexy stimulating lover but they also want a man who is a stable provider. By avoiding women who display some conspicuous red flags you can focus your seduction efforts on women who might appreciate you for what you might become in 5, 10 or 20 years as opposed to women who will spread their legs for you tonight because you’ve fed them the required dosage of vodka and cocky banter. But still, even the highest quality women don’t care that much about your personal development efforts, in fact, it may backfire.

Get dressed up and go someplace that you might imagine yourself meeting quality women — whatever that means to you, it could be church, it could be a high-end networking group, it could be the library of a medical college, it could be a meditation seminar, it could mean volunteering for a local charity — and tell whatever fine ladies you meet there all about all the fascinating (and challenging!) personal development projects that you pour your blood, sweat, and tears into. And guess what… They’re going to want to “network” with you (expect a LinkedIn connection request!) They will certainly be attracted to you but in a dry vertical sense, as opposed to a wet horizontal one, if you get my drift.

Does this make them bad people? No. All your rational and pragmatic personal development (and your broccoli consumption) makes you in their eyes a very rational prospective platonic friend or maybe even a mentor who could help them advance their career. Women are also fundamentally risk-averse, they are keenly aware that dating and romance are a risky endeavor that more often than not result in heartbreak, drama, and breakups. Talking about all your personal development makes you a downright intimidating romantic prospect. By stimulating her rational side you make it all too easy for her to categorize you as a guy who would make a great support friend, not the guy whose name she would moan in a moment of sexual ecstasy.

There was this very attractive Thai woman in Denver that I once tried and failed to date who had her shit together. She owned a high-end beauty salon downtown, she lived in this luxury condo in a very fashionable neighborhood and she drove this beautiful white BMW. At the time, I also had my shit together. I lived in the same neighborhood in this gorgeous, panty-dropping high rise condo. I had a walk-in closet full of fly threads. I was in great shape thanks to my client’s gym two blocks away. I was an entrepreneur operating my own marketing firm. I had an active (sometimes overactive) social life. I could be found eating, drinking a living large in the stylish restaurants and bars in downtown Denver 3–4 nights a week. I had a freaking tan salon membership! I was about as attractive as a 26-year-old guy could be, we flirted and had some chemistry yet she was uninterested in dating me. Here’s why, her boyfriend was in jail! She was in an It’s complicated relationship with this guy who was some kind of criminal and had stolen $30,000 from her and she was just not so keen on dating me — certainly one of the Denver’s most eligible bachelors. All that I had going for me made me serious romantic prospect and she was in the process of ending an awful long-term relationship. If I was kind of a loser, I bet I would have slept with her or had some kind of transient fling.

You may be thinking…

Great, so personal development is a big waste of time! I should just be an intoxicated, entitled asshole and unto me, the universe will deliver pussy!

No. Personal development does make you a man that women and the world will succumb to. But, Rome was not built in a day, it takes time. And you want to let people discover how awesome you are, don’t tell them.

I’m now married, being married has made me happier than anything else (even driving a brand new Maserati!) Every day my lovely wife makes me Bulletproof-style coffee just the way I like it, a smoothie that would cost $14 and a very nutritious salad (with broccoli!) For the longest time I thought that love was mostly just a marketing scam, until I actually experienced it. True love is really worth all that tedious personal development. If you asked my wife what she saw in me that made me attractive, she’ll tell you it was my vibe and energy — not anything really specific.

Long term devotion to holistic personal growth imbues an irresistible attractive vibe that does half the work of seduction. The arduous journey through the landscape of life with its satisfying hights and surprising precipices leading down depressing valleys imbues you with an attractive cavalierness and outcome independence in your practice of seduction. Years of devotion to health and some kind of mindfulness practice optimize the invisible hormonal signaling of sex-worthiness and imbue a fearlessness and directness in your words.

You might be saying to yourself…

Ok good point Jonathan — personal development does get you laid and get you what you want from life — but I want some reward now! I’m growing cynical and demotivated because I’m just not appreciated for my efforts to become something great.

Take more risks. Risk is the time-space wormhole through which you can venture to drastically accelerate your growth and get what you want. If you’re growing cynical about your mediocre results flowering from your personal development efforts you’re not taking enough risks. Do more of what makes you uncomfortable. Do that which you have a heuristic reaction of resistance to. I’m not telling you to get into free-diving or to go hit on a gangster’s girlfriend. Be rational and pragmatic but take risks that push you outside of your comfort zone.

On television, you’ll see these crazy guys spotlighted that jump out of hot air balloons or travel to dangerous warzones just for fun and if you look these guys up they often have very cute girlfriends. You’ll watch interviews with them and think this guy kind of looks and sounds like an idiot! How did he manage to get the kind of girl that I dream about? If you look them up further you’ll find that they are often very successful in business. They are being paid vast amounts of money for what seems to be very dubious economic value that they provide. It’s undeniable, a man who takes risks is attractive to everyone, we just can’t look away.

Want to learn more about the kinds of risks that pay off big in life and love?

Read the chapter Sex and Dating Hacks for Him and Her from my mémoire and lifehacking manifesto. Order it from Amazon or directly here on my own website.

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