OK, first, let’s define what’s a “better man”. What I’m going to say here is, of course, my own definition. It’s not gospel. What you believe may be different, and that’s fine. Indeed, your answer to big questions like “how to be a better man” should be your own.
Everyone is different, it’s true. Here’s the thing, though. If you pay attention, you’ll notice that successful guys have something in common, and it’s this:
They have a Vehicle they ride to massive self-improvement.
What’s this Vehicle?
Well, it’s something we use as a focal point for our time, effort and energy. And as we develop better skills around the Vehicle, the improvement spills over to the other areas of our lives.
The question of “how to be a better man” is so broad it can be overwhelming. By choosing the right Vehicle, we narrow things down. The Vehicle forces us to muster all our efforts towards a single point. And as we improve in this one narrow area, everything else in our life will also improve.
How do we choose a Vehicle then? Well, a good Vehicle must obey two conditions:
- One, it must be something meaningful and inspiring, and
- Two, it must be specific.
Let me give you an example. I used to be horrendously terrible with women. After my sixth girlfriend dumped me for a bum who lived under the bridge, I fell into severe depression.
Promising myself to be better, I went on a desperate search for a solution. In the middle of my depression, I found Shogun Method, and it became my Vehicle for self improvement.
If you don’t know Shogun Method, it’s about using hypnosis to attract women. Like anyone, I was skeptical at first, but guess what, it worked, at least for me. And I had a total blast, and I started dating women out of my league. I gotta confess… I became quite a man-slut. Blondes, brunettes, redheads… with Shogun Method, I seduced them all.
Things were going great, but the best was yet to come. It all changed when Derek Rake told me:
“Jimmy, in every tool, there is a hammer.”
I was quite baffled at first, to be honest. If you know Derek, he can be really cryptic, and it took me some time to understand him.
As it turned out, what he meant was this:
Every tool can be used to do something it’s not intended to do. This can be the most basic of things, like hammering. Sometimes, we’ve got to learn to see how to use a tool beyond its original purpose.
Shogun Method’s original purpose is to seduce women with hypnosis. And so, I thought, could I use it beyond seducing women?
And as it turns out, I could pretty much use Shogun Method on anyone, not just women! Seduction is, after all, a form of persuasion, right?
So, out of curiosity, I used Shogun Method on other people: my co-workers, my boss, my family, and even the barber. And guess what? I found that if I could hypnotize a woman, I could hypnotize anyone! Look… I can’t start to tell you how easy my life has been. People like and respect you more, and things get done more easily, too. It’s awesome.
(Not only that, it even works wonders on marriages. Shogun Method doubles up as wife submission training if you know how to do it.)
And here’s the weird thing… I even tried to use Shogun Method on myself. I used to be a terrible procrastinator, and I would do things only at the very last minute. In Shogun Method, there’s this thing called the “Classical Conditioning & Anchoring“ trick. I used it on my girlfriend to make her behave in a way that I want, and it worked amazingly well. And guess what? I used the same trick to change my own behavior, and my procrastination problem went away.
So, here’s what I want you to understand…
Success will always come to the man who acts with an unwavering focus in a specific direction. And the “V”, or the Vehicle, will give you that focus. With the Vehicle, you’ll move with purpose and realize your full potential.
Bottom line: To be a better man, use the right Vehicle.
One last thing to remember, though…
Choose your Vehicle carefully, because if you do, you’ve already won half the battle. For me, I chose Shogun Method. It has helped me not just to be better with women, but to be a better man.