The Carryover Effect

I work in tech and I have a female for a boss.  Typical 30 something “career oriented” woman, we all know the type.  She doesn’t handle stress well and freaks out over trivial things.  I got to thinking how I pretty much practice frame on her, dont back down, and handle my shit.  It got me thinking about how red pill tactics have a carry over into the workplace.

Keeping Frame

I was away from my home office at one of our sattelite offices yesterday and long story short, IT shit hit the fan.  I was already on my way back to my home office when my phone starts blowing up.  Shes freaking out telling me all these insignificant details and wondering where I am.  I assure her I’m on my way and I would handle it.  I get in, fix whatever was broken before even seeing her and then I walked to her office. The mixed look of relief/anger was on her face.  Before she could get a word in I tell her I handled it and was going to document the incident.  Every complaint had a solid answer and I kept calm and collected.  She ended up thanking me and even confessing that she was freaking out on the phone.

This is similar to how your wife can in a stressful situation completely lose control and look to you to fix it.  I’m not saying that you should do everything for her while she sits on her ass, but keeping calm when shit is popping off is a surefire way to win.

Confidence

Being confident in the workplace is a huge benefit.  Taking on responsibility builds confidence as you crush it at work.  Other than just deliverables, having confidence in yourself to go and challenge something or propose a new idea can pay off as well.  In a previous job I once again had a female boss (wtf man?!) and I knew I wasn’t getting paid enough.  I just walk in unannounced and put my proposal out there.  A month later I got a $8/hour raise.  It could have backfired but it didn’t.  It kind of follows the red pill teaching of just approaching what you want, even if there is a chance of failure.  If you do indeed fail, you won’t make the same mistakes in the future.

Style

We’re social creatures and how we present ourselves is a big deal.  Luckily I don’t have to wear a suit to work each day, but I make sure things like my beard, fingernails, hair (well whats left of it) etc are all well groomed.  I wear clothing that fits well for my body.  I see a few guys in the office that look like absolute shit (man-bun anyone) and no one takes them seriously.

Game

I know what you all must be thinking.

“Game in the office? Are you fucking crazy”

Traditional hook up game can land you with sexual harassment allegations.  Hell, these days sneezing around some of these women could.  Though traditional game isn’t what I’m talking about.

Game at the end of the day is how to influence people into your frame.  I game my boss like this all the time.  If I need more money in my budget or there is something I need approved I do it in person.  Basically anything I want that I don’t need to cover my ass on with a paper trail, I directly ask for.  Here I kind of combine some of the other points above.  I walk in directly, it catches her off guard, then explain what I need and why, maintain frame and always have an answer and I typically get whatever I need within reason.

Conclusion

Red pill tactics and teachings can spill over into your workplace career.  If you naturally use red pill theory at home, there is no way it wont work in the office.  Obviously there are times that these points wont always work but you can read the situation.  Give it a shot, see if you find the same conclusions I have.

-J. Nyx

Author: Jnyx

J. Nyx is a father of three and co-owner of akingscastle.com. He understands that there is something missing in the community and that you can be a traditional, masculine man in our current age as well as a dedicated leader of your family.