One way to figure out the best way to behave is to ask, “what would a caveman do?”
Many anthropologists believe that every single problem in modern society is down to something called “instinct mismatch.”
The instincts that drive most of our behaviors were calibrated a long time ago.
Many people don’t really like this idea.
But not for personal reasons.
If you believe that everybody is both driven by instincts beyond their control and SELFISHLY driven by instincts beyond their control, this doesn’t allow us a certain behavior.
Most everybody has a theory as to why the “world” is broken.
And it always boils down to one group of people who aren’t doing what WE think they SHOULD do.
This creates an idea, a very comfortable ego-based idea, that we have SOME kind of agency over how other people should behave.
This allows us to imagine we are superior to them in some way.
That we know what they SHOULD be doing better than they know what they should be doing.
But the idea of selfishly driven instincts removes this.
It forces us to realize that nobody does anything because of what a bunch of random people think they SHOULD.
Think of this in terms of eating and obesity.
Eating and obesity is due to our never ending hunger.
An almost uncontrollable ancient drive.
Trying to get “other people” to lose weight about lecturing them about what they “should” do will hated by everybody.
What happens when you realize that everything in society is like this?
In a very roundabout way it will make you much more attractive.
Suppose you were a cave lady and your cave dude kept coming home empty handed.
But he never accepted responsibility.
It was always somebody else’s fault.
The weather, the gods, the non-human predators.
Would this INCREASE or DECREASE his cave ladies attraction for him?
Now consider another cave couple.
This guy may not be the best hunter around.
But he takes full responsibility for his results.
Bounce Back Guy
No matter what happens, he always has the mindset:
“Don’t worry, I’ll figure out how to get this done.”
And he wasn’t shy about trying and failing.
Because he knew that the more you tried and failed, the more you learned, and the more successful you were.
Which modern guy would be more attractive to more modern ladies?
The guy who stays safely on the sidelines while hiding behind a bunch of complex and “enlightened” red pill ideas?
Or a guy willing to get in the game and laugh of all rejections and keep pushing forward?
Ditch false excuses and get in the game, and see what happens.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.