What I am about to share with you happened last night.
Usually, I plan the articles that I publish. I come up with a structure and I think about the main points that I want to share with you. This article is different.
Yesterday was New Year’s Eve and in case you are one of my e-mail subscribers, you received an e-mail from me in which I wished you a Happy New Year. In this e-mail you found a link to an article that I wrote yesterday about how you can get laid on New Year’s Eve and how you can make 2015 the best year of your life. You can find it here.
In the article that I published yesterday, I told you that I will soon leave my apartment to meet some friends and to celebrate New Year’s Eve with them, before going to a club to look for a beautiful companion for the night.
It all went according to the plan, until I was a few miles away from my friend’s house. I planned to have a fun night with my friends and to enjoy the last day of the year. Unfortunately, some higher force had another plan for me…
I Had a Car Crash
Fortunately, it wasn’t as bad as in this picture.
I was lucky.
Nothing bad happened, nobody was hurt and besides a few scratches and dents even my car survived. Nevertheless, my mood said “goodbye” as soon as I heard the sound of bruised sheet metal.
I didn’t want to celebrate anymore. I didn’t want to be around drunk people and the last thing I wanted was to go to a crowded club and to pretend that I was in a good mood. All I wanted was to go home, which I eventually did.
Yesterday I felt like the loneliest person on this planet.
I think everybody who has ever spent New Year’s Eve alone can totally relate to this feeling. I asked myself over and over again why this had to happen to me and why this had to happen on the only day of the year besides Christmas where nobody in this goddamn world wants to be alone.
Yesterday I was really depressed and the only thought that wandered through my head was “fuck…”
Thanks to my unshakable self-confidence, I didn’t commit suicide.
What about today?
Today I am not depressed anymore and the only thought that wanders through my head is “Life is good…”
Yesterday was a terrible day. I had a car crash. I disappointed my friends by telling them that I didn’t want to celebrate. I spent New Year’s Eve alone. I was angry at myself and at the world.
For some people this constellation of unfortunate coincidences would have meant days, if not weeks of depression and resentment.
How is it possible that I can say that I am totally fine even though all of this happened just a couple of hours ago?
The answer is that my own path of self-improvement that I am on helped me to cope with this situation.
Setbacks are a Part of Life
I know that setbacks are a part of life. Of course I was angry when the incident happened, which is totally normal. If I wouldn’t have been angry or disappointed I wouldn’t be a human being. However, after a couple of hours I was at peace with myself and the world.
Of course I hope that you will never have a car crash but if you plan to avoid all possible setbacks in life, you won’t live a life worth living. The only way to not have any setbacks is to stay in your comfort zone until the end of days.
What does that mean for you?
If you want to live your life like that, you should never try to get a job because you risk rejection letters and you risk failing at work. You should never move out of your parent’s house because you would risk failing at providing for yourself. Of course you should also never approach a woman, or even look at one, because she might reject you.
Is this a life worth living?
Not really. No matter if you want to live an adventurous life, if you want to have a successful business or if you want to have sex with amazingly beautiful women. You have to risk getting rejected, getting laughed at, feeling awkward and even ending up lonely for a while…just like me on New Year’s Eve.
If you want to become a successful Global Seducer who lives the life of his dreams and who sleeps with women that others can only dream of you have to be willing to accept and to cope with setbacks.
What happens if you refuse to accept setbacks as part of your life?
The Fork in the Road
No matter what experience you have in life, there are always two opposite ways of reacting to it. Whenever you have a bad experience it is on you which path you choose.
The fork in the road offers you two choices. Not one, not three, just two.
You can either decide to react in an active way or in a passive way. It is your choice if you decide to dwell in the negative experience or if you decide to move on. It is really that simple.
What do most men do?
Most men are passive and decide to dwell in the experience.
When the first girl rejects them they feel miserable and give up on women.
Those are the guys who post hate comments all over the internet saying that websites like mine are a scam, while they are masturbating to porn movies all day long.
In the same way that I survived spending New Year’s Eve alone in my bruised car, you will survive getting rejected by women and having some starting issues once you finally have the perfect 10 in your bed.
Learn to See The Positive Side
Besides knowing that setbacks are a part of life, my positive attitude helped me to cope with this experience. What positive side? I had a car crash, which is bad. Fixing the damage that the car has will cost at least a few hundred bucks and I experienced the worst New Year’s Eve ever.
Is that really so bad?
I didn’t get hurt in the car accident. I am still alive. Nobody else got hurt, my car isn’t a total loss and this experience motivated me to write this article for you that will hopefully help you to cope with your setbacks.
In the same way as my car crash wasn’t that bad, your setbacks in life aren’t as bad as you think in the moment you experience them.
It might hurt when you get rejected by a hot girl but it is also a great opportunity to learn. Every successful seducer on this planet will tell you that he learned the most from the girls who gave him hell.
Every negative experience, no matter if it means to start the New Year with a rejection or with a car crash, has something positive.
Always Listen to Your Gut Instinct
I already said that it is impossible to not experience any setbacks if you want to lead a life worth living. Even though you won’t be able to never have any bad experience, there is a simply trick that can help you to avoid a lot of avoidable setbacks in your life.
I think you agree with me when I say that a car crash on New Year’s Eve is a preventable setback. I could have taken the train, I could have been more cautious and I could have driven slower on streets that were slicker than an oiled Latina ass.
I could have prevented this whole negative experience if I would have listened to my gut instinct.
Believe it or not, but one second before I got in my car I had a weird feeling in my stomach. Somehow I instinctively knew that something bad would happen.
I couldn’t explain why I had this feeling in this exact moment but I even called my friend to ask him if it wouldn’t be better to take the train. He eventually persuaded me to drive, even though my gut told me to stay away from the car.
Not listening to my gut instinct in this determining second led to a car crash a few minutes later. The best advice I can give you is to always listen to your gut instinct. I promise you that you will avoid a lot of setbacks in life when you listen to your gut.
Summed Up Wisdom
I had a car crash last night and besides asking myself why this had to happen to me I asked myself what I and you can learn from my experience.
In case you want to live a life worth living you have to accept that setbacks are a part of life and that you always have a choice when you experience them. You can either stay passive and dwell in the negative emotions, or you can become active and decide to move on.
Becoming active and moving on is by far the better decision. Every negative experience has a positive side, even if you don’t see it in the first moment. The only thing you can do to avoid setbacks that are preventable, is to listen to your gut instinct. Your gut is always right.
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