Hard Times Create Strong Men: Why the World Craves Leadership and How You Can Step Up to Fill the Need: 1 (Hard Times, 1)
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His concept of manhood is essentially egotism and arrogance and a 'might is right' mentality. While he clearly expresses that weak men are a problem, he does not seem to believe that a real man would understand that there are limits to the 'alpha male' attitude that separate a strong man and a tyrant. By that I mean that the author would likely consider Stalin, Hitler, Mao, Mugabe etc. as 'real men'. Strength is a choice, greatness is a choice, do not be tempted by pleasure and the distractions of weak men and women.
Hard Times Create Strong Men by Stefan Aarnio | Waterstones
So they commence the wedding ceremony and the witch is in bed with the night ready to get down with the get down. But the Knight doesn’t want to because she looks like the witch from the wizard of oz, yet he still goes in for a kiss. Then she magically turns into a beautiful woman and they live happily ever after. Yeah I know, remember it’s an old story. But the only thing we wanna know from this story is what did the witch tell the knight? What’s the answer to the question? Well the answer is, that women want mastery over a man. Not just any man, a strong man.To the author: encourage every man you coach to read this book first - if they don’t - don’t waste your time on them. Send your dad (you pay expenses) on a trip to a beautiful land to do an extended fast to heal his mind, soul, and body. May he rebound from the legacy he was left from his father - and may he be blessed in his future. Not to say that the content of this one (other than what was quoted from everyone else) is void of value. He has some decent ideas wrapped up in all the stupid shit. But how much shit must one consume to get that bit of undigested corn?
HARD TIMES. | G. Michael Hopf HARD TIMES. | G. Michael Hopf
Vulgar, worldly view of what a man should be and how he should act. It seems to me, there are some good points… however I don’t think they offset the foolishness. Unfortunately, in November 2016, I believe that we are in the “weak men create hard times” part of the cycle. This is an insightful book. My concern however is that in chapter 4 the author claims to be an expert in human nature however he makes sweeping general statements about human behaviour and belief systems with disregard to the varied systems in society that form traditions and cultures.Ideally, if this book shaped and motivated men to be strong men, with a purpose and a disciplined work focus. With distractions such as porn mitigated, and a relationship with a woman prioritised and established. This then provides a foundation towards building a family, and this would be an outstanding legacy for the author.
G. Michael Hopf: “Hard times create strong men Quote by G. Michael Hopf: “Hard times create strong men
As the author articulates, this discomfort arises due to a persistent, socially engineered effort to prevent a male’s purpose in life, and was detailed in various societal situations at length. Awareness to these situations created the discomfort. Think about this dynamic for a second. Have you ever seen a man whose life revolves around his trophy wife. She says jump and he says how high? The woman is in complete control of him, she ultimately has what she wants, but she’s still not happy. This is the guy that ends up getting cheated on. Why? Well Stefan argues that it’s in the pursuit of that control that women are happy and satisfied. It’s not in the actual gaining of it. Try it for a time if you wanna experiment, do everything your woman asks you to do for like a week and I guarantee you that she will still not be happy. But if you appease her with some things and don’t let her become your mom, she will definitely respect you and give you your place as the man. You see there’s this polarity that occurs between masculine and feminine energy. Why not 5 stars? Well I took 35-45 days to read it and though I appreciate the author's abandon of words and 35 long chapters, it took me a while to finish it. I have finished books twice the size of this one in roughly the same time. So that's why. Also there are a little too many quotes.
The author himself had stumbled down a similar treacherous path, then found himself but this only achieved through studying the greats and their histories. This motivated his entrepreneurial path, where he went on to owning a successful real estate business. He was a mentor to employees and thankfully shared his wisdom, as he himself wonderfully champions, ‘this book is rated R, for relevant.’