@SamuelAnders jealousy of your progress is the number one reason i can think of. Men feel inadequate when someone who was about the same level as them works hard and goes way beyond them in anything.
(P.S: I am a college student who has a great interest and appreciation for finance but am stuck in engineering. How would you suggest I get a job in companies like Uber ,Facebook ,Google so that I can save up some capital for doing a business or starting a startup)
Bois, thanks for all the advice. I now have finally created a plan to improve myself exponentially and reach self actaulization. I have decided that initially, i am not gonna go for bitches, first i will improve my communication skills, become a leader of sorts, learn how to persuade people and stuff like after which i will finally turn my attention towards the bitches.
They can die screaming impaled on an erect syphilitic elephant's penis...
Sounds like dreams of most of the women I've met on tinder. Vapid vixens with vacuous voids need a little lot of extra girth..
"Pitch Perfect: How to Say It Right the First Time, Every Time" by Bill McGowan is a decent book on public speaking, speeches, and media interviews. Originally written as a self help type book for leaders and PR people to look more confident and competent; it is a good book to learn how to address an audience (large or small) and design a presentation that will hold their attention long enough to get the message across. it is available on Amazon for under $20.
As far as comedy, that is a little tougher. I have no great answer as my sense of humor is as broken as the 10 commandments and warped as a whore's bowed legs. I grew up around military people so I default to smart assed gallows humor.
Another book suggestion for you to consider, @Swagbeast121. However, I would advise against anyone ever allowing themselves to be courted, or interviewed, by the media for any reason. They can die screaming impaled on an erect syphilitic elephant's penis and burn in hell for all I care.
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i am willing to work hard but i just need to know what to do.
You can start with my book, to get a bird's eye view of the gender dynamics.
Ultimately, you want to reach a point where you can be confident that you have status, at least in a particular context.
@Typo-MAGAshiv i am willing to overcome them, but i need to work hard for that not by deluding myself by thinking that i have high value without actually having value. i need to develop my value, but i don't know how to. i am willing to work hard but i just need to know what to do.