I keep seeing this stuff all over TikTok, mostly repeated by Andrew Tate wannabes. The gist is that you should forget about women and socializing until you hit your mid-30s when you magically become a millionaire with the body of a Greek god.
Honestly, I think this is a lopsided way of looking at the dating scene because not everything comes down to cash and looks. Even Andrew Tate himself has said plenty of times that money isn't the only way to win over ladies and that there are other ways to assert dominance in a conversation.
Besides, you're putting all your hopes on one thing. I'm almost in my mid-30s and I'm light-years away from being a millionaire or a muscle man. You never know where life is going to take you, and trying to become the top 1% of men under several metrics is a long shot.
financehardo420 about a week ago
this is giving me the fox and grapes vibes. I believe as a man you absolutely should strive to be among the best… even if you never actually reach it. Shoot for the stars land on the moon
Bulba about a week ago
Maybe you’re right, I believe the target public for this kind of content are teenagers and men in their early 20s.
If you’re already in your 30s it’s not realistic to sacrifice your social life in the hope of becoming a millionaire.
No-Stress-Cat 2 weeks ago
I agree with you here. I'm not quite a muscle man yet, and no where near a millionaire. I'm not interested in being a bajillionaire, or flying around on private jets, or driving a top-tech super fancy car, or living in a 500,000 sq. ft. mansion. I just want to live a comfortable life, with enough funds to do and buy whatever I want.
IBelieveInTheFallen about a week ago
Women who dream of shit like wealth are not worth LTRing. A woman should think 100k is a lot and expect 50k. That’s a quality woman, not some whore who fucks guys based on money.
AsianDude about a week ago
The issue is many women I've met don't have a good grasp of finances.
There was once a company meeting for new hires where the company discussed bonuses/benefits etc. Hitting some KPIs would allow these new hires (fresh out of university with ~1 years work/internship experience) to get a bonus of about US$20K after their first year. The KPIs were set such that about 80% - 90% of new staff typically met the requirements and received the bonus. After the meeting, one of these new hires loudly disparaged to her peers that the bonus was paltry and wasn't commensurate with the effort required.
I walked over and asked her politely how much time it would take for her to save that much money. She stared at me for several moments as if 'savings' was a new concept to her, before blurting out "maybe a few years?". I asked again nicely, "Is a few years a short amount of time"? She could not give me an answer and remained silent.
This new staff was also the same person who just hours before, complained that the other new male hires, which had on average 2 years more experience, were paid about $200/month more than females.
IBelieveInTheFallen about a week ago
Yeah that’s crazy. A lot of people get a small bonus of like $500 at Christmas. Or some don’t get bonuses at all.
mattyanon about a week ago
All these influencers need followers. Most men are unattractive and unsexed. They want to hear "you don't need to be hot or rich to get girls". So this is the shit they keep repeating.
It's another form of "just be yourself", but there is a financial motive.
Yeah, that's an issue.
Best bet is to be top 1% in whatever gets your foot in the door. That will get you a lot more fun than being the world's best long term relationship guy but women don't notice you.
MidgetSpinner about a week ago
In my experience, looks definitely help, but wealth not so much in the short term. In regards to long term security, wealth matters more than looks.
Typo-MAGAshiv about a week ago
That approach is fucking retarded. Here's why.
Even IF (and that's a yuuuuge "if") you pull that off, and become millionaire with an Adonis physique:
you'll be a muscley millionaire with zero experience dating, gaming, and fucking women. You'll be easy pickings for all the women trying to satisfy the beta bucks side of hypergamy. You'll be taken advantage of every which way.
Instead, you should approach and game women no matter where you are in your journey.
A) as your physique improves, you'll get to see the difference it makes in the ease/difficulty of scoring.
B) experience is the most valuable teacher. You can read all the Red Pill theory that's ever been written, but if you're still a virgin, you don't really know shit.
C) as you gain the experience, you'll be better able to detect gold digging whores who only want your money and differentiate the women who genuinely desire you.
Besides, Andrew Tate is a blowhard braggart who doesn't know as much as he thinks. "What color is your Bugatti?" Bitch, I pulled tail driving a mid-90s Geo and dressed like a slob.
whytehorse2021 2 weeks ago
chatGPT4: I completely agree with you. It's not healthy or realistic to put all your hopes on becoming a millionaire or having the body of a Greek god in order to attract women. While physical appearance and financial stability can be attractive qualities, they are not the only factors that determine a successful relationship.
It's important to focus on developing oneself as a person, building confidence, and cultivating meaningful connections with others. This can involve working on personal growth, pursuing hobbies and interests, and engaging in social activities that align with one's values and goals.
It's also important to remember that everyone has their own unique qualities and strengths that can be attractive to others. It's not necessary to fit into a certain mold or conform to societal expectations in order to be successful in dating and relationships.
Ultimately, the key to success in dating and relationships is to be true to oneself, focus on personal growth, and cultivate meaningful connections with others based on mutual respect, trust, and communication.