Start Being Brutally Honest with Yourself and Others
Do you know what all women are looking for? Of course you do. You just don’t believe them when they say that they want a “genuine and confident man” and that “looks doesn’t matter”.
Most guys just dismiss it by saying something like “Yeah yeah, whatever. I know those bi*ches just want a good looking guy with a lot of money”.
If you’re one of those guys, I’m sorry to tell you this, but they’re talking the truth. You just don’t get it. Looks and money really aren’t that important.
What women are really saying is that they want a strong man, who is honest with himself and others. There is more to it than this, but it’s the basic idea.
Honesty is sexy
Honesty is one of the most attractive qualities you can possess.
You can also call it “living from the heart”. Being brutally honest is incredibly hard.
There are exceptions to every rule, even when it comes to being honest.
But straight forward lying is almost never a good idea. Maybe if you only think of the short-term consequences lying is great. But in the long run, it doesn’t work.
It’s almost impossible to really be in and enjoy the moment if you’re a liar. You always have to think about what you have said, you always have to remember your stories.
Lying is a sure-fire way to get unhappy.
But before being honest bears any fruit, you also have to be proud of the things you have done.
If you’re a thief that steals stuff all day long, and you say to yourself that you will start to tell everyone about it and being really honest, you won’t get too many positive replies from people. Sorry!
But if you start living a great life where you give love unconditionally, you can be proud of your achievements. And this is where it’s fucking great to be honest.
Just say everything exactly as it is, without directly hurting anyone.
Telling some random fat guy that he is fat is not going to save the world. Please, don’t do that. He needs to realize it himself. You can help him with that, though. But be very careful.
Giving without taking
It’s really all about the giving.
Don’t try to take things from people. Love, respect, anything. Give instead. You don’t have anything to lose; you’re ability to love is never ending.
For years, I held my emotions hidden to my parents. I could come home, lock my door, and just sit in my room crying over something. If my mother knocked on the door and asked if something was wrong, I would lie. I would say that everything was fine.
I got into a really bad cycle of keeping things inside.
But when I realized the importance of opening my heart, I started being honest with my mom. She has also started to open up to me, and this has created one of the best relationships I have ever had with anyone.
Same thing about my friends. For years, I would lie to them and tell them things were fine etc., but now, I know I can tell them anything.
When you start being honest with everyone, you also find out who your real friends are.
And most important, you get to know yourself. You don’t have all these layers of crap inside you. Being honest is a perfect excuse for cleaning up inside.
Try it, and let me know how it goes!