Since this is my first post I would like to start off by thanking the Red Pill community for helping me to understand the root of how and why many situations play out the way they do, especially in regards to women. That being said, I would like to give back to the community with some personal realizations regarding goals I had after taking the red pill and letting it all sink in. These realizations may or may not have been obvious to the reader after taking the red pill, however it took me a long time to realize the importance of goals.
The meaning of goals to me are statuses that I wish to attain at a future date. I give this definition because I have also realized that words that are not tangible can many times mean different things to different people. So why do I think that goals are important? I think that goals give you a purpose and a bearing for where you want to be at a certain time. Goals can vary and are subject to change, atleast in my case. I have found that the more quantifiable a goal is the easier it usually is to keep track of. For example, lifting weights is easily quantifiable because you can keep track of the weight you are lifting week by week. A goal that is harder to quantify would be trying to make somebody jealous (a goal I would advise against, however jealousy can be a useful tool depending on the situation) because you cannot easily quantify how jealous a person is. There is no 1-10 scale for that. I have found goals so useful in my own life because they fill my day and they are so gratifying when I see results. For examples, two goals I have now are to spend 15 minutes a day on learning French and 15 minutes a day learning to play the piano. At first it sucked because I could barely introduce myself in French or play a chord, however after a few months of practice I have seen amazing results. Setting reminders for myself has also helped because I can be reluctant or forgetful at times. Having the right goals is also important, I have found.
So what was the most important goal for me? Happiness. Making sure that I am happy has been the most important goal. Making sure that I make choices that make me happy has influenced every other aspect of my life and has also helped me stick to any goals I try to make. My other goals usually help to make me happy. I’ve felt that I have seen many comments on posts around here regarding people who are psychopaths that sleep with many women, make tons of money, and (sometimes) have a few goods friends. However, many of these psychopaths seem to be either severely depressed or sad even though the many outsiders would not understand how it is possible in spite of his “success”. I know somebody like that, and I swear he tries to drown his sorrows in pussy and it doesn’t work for him. However, if these things do make you happy then by all means do them! Being around happy people is usually more pleasant than being around unhappy people, at least in my experience. As I said earlier: this may have already been obvious to all of you, I don’t know. I’m just posting this because I thought it could possibly help anyone to whom it was not obvious. I would love to hear your feedback because it will help me make better posts in the future.