This isn’t my typical article, just a view on life as I go through it. I promise no protein, eggs, coffee, or tae kwan do. As I figure out this thing called life, I feel that you reflect on things as you experience them. Wisdom, to me, is truly grasping a problem or concept that you have lived through, viewing it from all possible angles. All of you seem to be on a path to bettering yourself in some way. When you better yourself, you tend to go against the grain of most people. Most people seem to follow patterns and will take the easy way out. Furthermore, I’m finding that as you lead in life, its quite lonely at the top. Today I’ll go over just how I’m dealing with this, why I think its ultimately good, and how you can deal with not only being focused on your goal, but also enjoying the process too.
Confidence is a trait that gets brought up a lot in the ‘sphere. In my opinion, confidence is often confused for other personality traits and mannerisms that do not accurately define the word. Interestingly enough, I’m reading a book by legendary bodybuilder Dave Draper, who defined it in a way that hit home with me. In all the blogs and books I’ve read, no one seemed to have hit the correct definition more than Dave. Today we’ll go over what it means to gain and have true confidence, and if you’re struggling with it, how to build it.
Can modern communities do without great men? Can they dispense with hero-worship? Can they provide a larger wisdom, a nobler sentiment, a more vigorous action, by collective processes, than were ever got from the Titans? Can nations remain healthy, can all nations draw together, in a world whose brightest stars are film stars and whose gods are sitting in the gallery? . . . There is a sense of vacancy and of fatuity, of incompleteness. We miss our giants. We are sorry that their age is past. . . .We mourn the towering grandeur which surrounded and cheered our long painful ascent. Ah! If we could only find some new enormous berg rising towards the heavens as high above our plateau as those old mountains down below rose above the plains and marshes!
– Winston Churchill
You guys get a WotW break today. One facet you read about on an number of manosphere sites is how to build confidence. Guys young and old want to be more confident in life. The conventional method these sites preach is to “fake it til you make it.” I have always had an issue with this way of thinking as I believe it is flawed. Today I’ll go over why I think “faking” your way to success is bullshit, and how you can truly build your confidence with examples I’ve used in my own life.
I am not a Christian. I don’t go to church and I probably never will. I’m not a full blown neck beard atheist and I guess if I had to lable myself it would be an agnostic. All that said, recently I’ve found myself having a more open mind on religion. There are valuable lessons to be learned and traditional ways of thinking cannot be ignored. Today I’ll insights I’ve found in the good book and how I feel they apply. This is truly an outsiders point of view, but I respect everyone’s religious views. I intend on this to be a loose series and review of the Bible. I’ll write about my insights as I read on.
This week we continue with our Way of the Warlord program here at A Kings Castle. This is designed to be an interactive physical, mental, and martial arts program where the authors of the site give out a two week challenge to the readers to better ourselves and become better men.
Wisdom: The proper use of knowledge which enables one to navigate through life successfully.
– Pastor Wayne
Success in life comes from wisdom. With wisdom, a man can take advantage of opportunities in life and more importantly avoid the pitfalls in life that entrap and destroy others. Maturity is both growing older and growing wiser. If you are looking to improve your life, the quickest and strongest way to do so is to increase your wisdom. Continue reading “Learning Wisdom”
Relax, AKC hasn’t gone down the political route, and we never will. I borrowed that term because it occurred to me this weekend that as I get older, friends you can’t relate to anymore tend to fade away. Not only that, but I’m a firm believer of surrounding yourself with people who will motivate you instead of bring you down. Today I’ll go over my experience on this matter and what I did in my owin life.
Much of my reading these days has been about bodybuilding. As you all know, I’m on the Team WB Fitness program that is, you guessed it, a bodybuilding program. When I am doing something, I want to know all about it, and research it and learn all there is to know on a the subject. Naturally, I have been reading Arnold Schwarzenegger’s books. If you want advice, I say go to the best. In his book “The Education of a Bodybuilder”, Arnold explains a method he used inside and outside the gym to reach success. Today I’ll explain what they are, and how I’ve been using this method in my own life to succeed.
This is my 100th post on AKC so I wanted to write something a bit different than I typically do. The title of this article is a piece of wisdom I learned from my father. He didn’t teach me too much growing up due to my parents being separated and him having his own interests in mind, but as a teen I worked for him doing masonry work. These years were the only time we really had time to be around each other and I learned a few things about life. Today, I’ll recall my favorite saying and mindset I learned from my dad and what it actually means to me.