There’s plenty of discussions, online and off, about what makes a true alpha.
Generally speaking, whoever is in charge of the pack is the alpha.
The fastest racecar driver, the best football player, the most eloquent politician.
As I’m sure you know, being “alpha” isn’t always translatable. Some guy who can throw down in the boardroom might be completely out of his element at the club, and vice-versa.
The fastest and most fearless racecar driver in the world might melt completely when approaching that HB10 who doesn’t know a thing about race cars.
But unless you’re aiming to be a world class politician, or a formula one race car driver, being “alpha” means one thing and one thing only.
Walking into a room, and being the most attractive guy there.
The most charismatic and magnetic. The kind of guy who, just by walking in, turns heads, as people think to themselves, “Who IS that guy?”
How do you get to that level?
Consider these two scenarios. Both are imaginary, and will help to understand.
Let’s say you’ve been busy all day. You’ve got some major project, and you’ve told yourself you aren’t going to stop until you’re finished. You jump out of bed at 6 AM and work through till you’re done.
You finish at 6 PM. You are starving. You really don’t feel like going out, but you feel fantastic for having done a good job on the task. You check the TV listings, and you’re favorite show is on. You remember the night before you bought your favorite food, and it’s in the fridge, just waiting to be heated up.
To recap: You’ve finished a hard job, to high standards. Your favorite show is on TV. You’re starving. Your favorite food is in the fridge, waiting.
How do you feel when you open the refrigerator door? Are you nervous, are you worried, are you a bit uncomfortable? Or are you more likely thinking “F… Yea! This is gonna be AWESOME!”
Now think of another scenario.
You’re about to open the front door of a party. Filled with people. Half of which are HB 7’s or higher.
You’re alone. How do you feel when you open the door? A little nervous? Wondering if you’ll know anybody?
How will you walk in? Do you start off slowly, looking for familiar faces?
Or do you walk in like gangbusters, just like you did when you opened your fridge, thinking:
“F… Yea! This is gonna be AWESOME!”
What’s the difference between the two? It’s only perception. It’s only the beliefs you carry around in your head. Your beliefs about who you are, and how you’re capable of interacting with your environment.
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