Manosphere Maxims

Early this week, our AKC Twitter profile broke the 800 follower count, a huge milestone for our site and message.  In celebration of this event, I have decided to compile some great Tweets circulating around the Manosphere community.  These tweets run the gamut of topics, but all are about making you a better man.
Some of the Tweets are pretty straightforward, while a few may take some time reflecting to really understand the deeper messages being conveyed.  Enjoy, gentlemen!

Alexander J.A Cortes (@AJA_Cortes)
  • Family and marriage is to raise a better generation than you.  Your happiness is secondary.
  • The phenomena of happiness is that it can always adjust itself to more than what you currently have.  Enough is never enough.
  • Nothing is ever done.  Life is a series of stages.  Each one leads to the next.  There is no true end.
  • You cannot wait.  The “right” moment never arrives.  Even with timing, you still must move yourself into position to take advantage of it.
Ed Latimore (@EdLatimore)
  • Shit happens, but that doesn’t automatically make you a victim.  Arguing for why you can’t move past it is when you become one.
  • A balanced life is a big lie. The ONLY way to have “balance” is to be woefully average.  Nothing great was ever achieved by “balanced” people.
  • You can do a lot more if you get over yourself, reach out to people, and offer value first before asking for anything in return.
Muddassir Nawaz (@InsightfulIdeas)
  • “Balance” requires dividing your energy to multiple areas, which is not the way to excel in any of them.
Maharaja (@themaharajj)
  • How to know you’re growing: You look back at the things you’ve done and fucking cringe.
Damian Prosalendis (@dareandconquer)
  • At the end of the day, relationships are the most important thing.  If you have no one to share things with, what’s the point?
  • A man who thinks he is lucky to have a girlfriend who *allows* him to spend the night out with his friends is undoubtedly a total loser.
  • Save yourself before you save the poor. How will you save them if you become one of them?

Robert T. Kiyosaki (@theRealKiyosaki)
  • The biggest trap, the biggest dungeon in life isn’t laziness or bad luck, it’s comfort.
The Maverick Mindset (@MavTraveler)
  • There’s no worse character trait than entitlement.  Specifically, entitlement to always feel happy and always be right.
Robert Greene (@33strategieswar)
  • War and strategy have an inexorable logic: if you want anything, you must be ready and able to fight for it.
Hunter Drew (@TheFamilyAlpha)
  • A man must be all things if he to remain the subject of a woman’s fantasies.  I call it being the entire boy-band.
  • Stop acting like a clown.  Remove the makeup and expose that raw ‘self’ to the world and live life unapologetically.
  • Authentic living is the key to an optimal life.  Follow your genuine desires with relentless passion and vigor.
Dylan Madden (@realdylanmadden)
  • It’s your conscious mind that chooses what to think.  Your subconscious mind can only accept.
  • Hope and luck are ideas that make the masses feel good.
  • Sometimes you must lose “yourself” to get what you want.  Don’t sell your soul.  Just invent your new self.
Lloyd (@BusinessAndBullets)
  • Life doesn’t have weight classes. Take advantage of it.
  • Always trust your instincts. Some say they don’t have’em.  THEY don’t.  You do.
  • You know what business ownership looks like, kids? Sitting on the beach with a daiquiri? No, it’s fixing a toilet seat.  That’s ownership.
Andrian Iliopoulos (@theQSLmind)
  • Spend enough time dealing with tough subjects and your seemingly insurmountable incompetence will transform into stellar competence.
  • The average person will tell you that what you are doing has already been done.  No it hasn’t.  Insofar as you add your personal touch, it hasn’t.
  • Oftentimes what creates a myth around you is not necessarily what you preach, but what you tolerate.  Humans need strong figures to cling to.
Celtic Man (@TexasDom1)
  • Take it from a man who recovered from dead bedroom, married 28 years now. Men, you are the solution.
  • Service offered with love and devotion warms the hearts of both.
  • Purple pill is the squirrel that ran across the road in front of my truck this AM.  Gets 80% and hesitates, yet going back will kill him.

Ryan Stephens (@ryanstephens)

  • Sometimes the key to changing the person is changing the environment.
I hope you got as much value out of these little nuggets of wisdom as I did.  Twitter and other social media platforms can be a huge waste of time and energy if you follow the wrong people.  Follow the right people, however, and they can push you to new limits.
Until next time.

Author: Jak

Jak, married and father of three, seeks to help the Red-Pill Community take its next step past the petty cynicism and ineffectual anger. While he recognizes that men are significantly handicapped by the modern legal system and culture, he doesn't accept that traditional marriage is untenable in today's social climate. Rather, men must be willing to adapt to this new world by implementing new tactics and approaches to maintaining a balance of power. Jak is here to provide you with these lessons.