I stumbled upon TRP 6 months ago.
6 months ago was a rough time for me. I wasn't working out, I did nothing but smoke weed and play video games and jack off, I was working a shitty 8-5 office job. I felt sorry for myself. I wanted others to feel bad for me.
At first, this sub offended me. "How dare they question my nice guyness/emotion?" I said at first. The more and more I read, the less I was offended. The more I read, the more I started to realize just how stupid I was being.
This job of mine had killed every single ounce of ambition left in my flabby body. I would come home every day at 5:15, absolutely exhausted from the work day. I had no desire to better myself. All I would want to do at the end of the day is light a bowl and watch Futurama.
I've been wanting to start my own reselling business on Amazon, so I could afford to finally get out of this job, and move to my dream city, Boulder, CO.
6 months ago, I lacked the ambition to even attempt starting it, however.
Everything I've been reading from TRP started making sense. Nothing was going to change unless I manned the fuck up and took control of my own life. Nobody was going to hold my hand. Nobody was going to pat me on the back and tell me it's ok. Nobody else is going to start up this business. Nobody else is going to get to the gym and get in shape. No. This was all my responsibility.
It was like a light bulb flickered on with the intensity of our home star in my head. I looked back at myself and was pissed at how much time I wasted just sitting on my computer chair, high as a kite, browsing Reddit and fapping to stupid porn.
I got my gym membership the morning after. I've dropped most of my flat tire already. I've also picked up a love for parkour the past couple of months. I'm still terrible at it at the time being, but we all have to start somewhere, right?
I quit smoking weed, too. At least for now. It was transforming from a fun weekend, to having to have it when I come home from work everyday. Having that extra 50-100 dollars a week has a made a tremendous difference, too.
I also started my Amazon business. I'm making a little over half of what I do now at my normal job. I started with $200, so the fact that I'm already pulling this much a month really puts a smile on my face. I'm currently using my profits to reinvest in my business, and help pay off credit card debts from back when i thought I needed every modern electronic and video game.
If all goes according to plan, I'll be out of Indianapolis and in Boulder by the end of the year. I can't even begin to explain how excited I am.
All of this life-changing has really boosted my testosterone, as well. I now wake up everyday with no snooze button. I get out of bed looking forward to better myself, instead of wishing I was still asleep.
I've also noticed an extreme difference in how women are around me. I'm starting to get a lot more looks and smiles than I used to. I've even began striking up small talk with women that I run into, something I would never think of doing as a beta.
Before I get any more circle-jerky, I'll wrap this post up.
Gentlemen, thank you for the help that you have given me. Your words were hurtful at first. I needed them, though. Just like a sick person would need a vaccination. The initial shot hurts, but in the long run, it's helping you out tremendously.
To any person who is currently experiencing what I did. It's time to man the fuck up. Nobody but you is going to make changes in your life. It's time to stop feeling sorry for yourself.
If you want women, money, social status, etc etc, you need to squash any beta tendencies you might possess. Swallowing the red pill has changed my life. It can do the same for you, too.