Couple of articles and 2 dating profiles of the day. Women want a man that brings 50% more income, does half the household work, and then are surprised when after the divorce, no one wants them.
The IMPORTANT take away for you guys, is that many of these relationships end without YOU doing anything wrong, she just expected too much.
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Seems with men realizing their odds of dating, marriage and family being a lost cause, men are option out of the workforce or are participating at minimal levels, causing much of the financial and economic issues we see today. Great article by Aaron Clarey I'm going to discuss.
Here is Aaron's book, basically all the statistics you need to know about dating, marriage and women. I really think it's a brilliant and accurate statistical book on the odds of dating and marriage.
Here is the article I referenced.
I could put this in meme's but I think it's important to share a great father and son moment. I had fun moments like this with my family and it's something I think young people seriously miss out on. Simple memories like this last forever even though it seems silly and irrelevant at the time.
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A little bit of this, a little bit of that. Lots of news topics to cover across the board but I think all are worth discussing.
A bit of a scattered video, but I want to address men and losing their emotional awareness, Fresh and Fit's fallout due to losing control of their emotions and how Rich Cooper from Entrepreneurs In Cars calls me out (in the correct logical way) and a response to that.
Man is voted prettiest woman in pageant
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Hey young guys; don't sell your soul...
I spent the majority of my career chasing money to finance a lifestyle for my family and I. Started out in a trade but went into management (along with various side gigs) after 15 years as a machinist. Hated management but stayed at it for another ~20 years. I got sucked into the pay, prestige, perks, etc. that the positions afforded me. What a mistake.
As a machinist, I looked forward to going to work. At the end of the day I could handle the parts I'd made and knew that I'd produced something of value. Things that I knew would be going into aircraft that would likely help keep them in the air for many years. I took pride in my work.
In management, much of what I produced was paper that went into the trash not long after I completed it. I did my best to make lasting improvements over the years but there were constantly new directives coming down from the top that conflicted with previous ones. Each new exec wanted to show that he was doing something...