Believe it or not, but this is my 100th blog post. Yay!
One hundred blog posts on self-help, yet people are still not happy. One hundred blog posts on how to become attractive as a man, yet guys are still not able to do so without sounding creepy, needy or just plain out boring. One hundred blog posts written about becoming the man of your prime (or a woman!), yet people are still unhappy, ungrateful, bored, stressed out, tired of hustle on top of so many other negative things that are not helping them to enjoy life and make their dreams come true in any way…
In other words, you can try to change the world as much as you’d like, there will always be people who are unable to change due to their own personal upbringing, the experiences they’ve had and the people they’ve been influenced by.
If you look at some self-help kings such as Tony Robbins, Tai Lopez, Grant Cardone, Gary Vaynerchuck and the company of Real Social Dynamics, you’ll see the same. We’re the people who have been devoting our everyday life towards sharing useful and extremely valuable knowledge (just as Tai would say), yet we’re only able to reach a small fraction of people no matter how many views our articles and videos get.
What we can learn from this is that in many ways our world is fucked, meaning in so many ways we’re in a really bad shape. As humans we are flawed, greedy, needy, jealous on top of so many other things. We’re not perfect by all means.
But let me ask you this:
Is perfection obtainable?
Most definitely not.
So should we even ask for it?
Yes and no.
The bar can never be straight, but it can strive to be straighter. In many ways life is just this journey that we have, without a certain destination, if any. We will always be working on something, we’ll always have goals, we’ll always be wanting more since that’s our nature, at least for now. It’s like unhappiness is coded within us, this relentless need to go for more than we have.
Appreciating the things we have is essential for happiness, yet one is not able to do so at all times. Therefore, dissatisfaction is guaranteed.
But should we really be focusing on worrying about the fact that we’re not perfect. Well, since perfection is not obtainable, then absolutely not. There will always we flaws in some form or another, and despite us, the people who focus on sharing experience and valuable lessons, will always be in high demand. We can never be perfect, but we can always strive to be closer to it.
That’s the beauty of improving yourself. It’s fun, it feels good and the work never stops.