People often tell me that no matter how I make money, it always seems like I’m playing a video game.
That’s because I am playing a video game.
In fact, we all are.
We do not live in a natural environment.
Our reality is very much like a simulation.
We have systems in place and rules, very similar to that of a video game.
Rules are meant to be broken and must be in order to win.
In every video game there are winners and losers.
A loser is someone who failed and gave up or someone who didn’t finish and go all the way.
A winner is someone who dominates the game and eventually beats it.
People hate playing games that they are bad at.
Isn’t it no coincidence that a large population of people hate making money and some have actively given up?
They rail on about the evils of capitalism, yet that’s only because they are losing at the game of capitalism.
If they were winning the game, they would not criticize it because it would actively benefit them.
Games are fun when you are good at them, and so is making money.
Making money is one of my favorite games.
It entertains and pays the bills.
There’s no better feeling than deposits hitting my bank account.
Making money makes people jealous, because they have been brainwashed to think money is evil.
Meanwhile, they slave away their entire lives to earn this supposedly “evil” money.
They whine and protest for change but what they absolutely never do is learn and take action.
Don’t you peasants understand?
The people who have the power to change the game never will because it actively benefits them.
If these politicians would actually do what was best for the masses, they would be going against their best interests.
People only care about themselves.
Everyone who is protesting for change is merely wasting their lives.
As someone who doesn’t give a shit about all of the politics but wants to get rich, what does that mean?
It means the only logical conclusion is to dominate to win and master the game of life.
By any means necessary.
Once you realize you were playing a game your whole life, you will be disappointed at how much time you’ve already wasted.
You could’ve been making moves and winning earlier, but instead you were slacking off, playing Xbox or Playstation, living in virtual realities while getting nowhere in the real world.
I don’t play video games.
I sell video games.
Instead I play the video game of life and enjoy the process of leveling up and becoming the best.
Others struggle through life while I do exactly what I want every single day.
It never feels like work, it’s just part of the game.
Every move leads you to the next level or keeps you where you are.
In video games, you encounter NPCs.
NPCs are the brainwashed sheep who immediately absorb and regurgitate whatever they heard on the news or social media.
They do not have the ability to think for themselves and are highly programmed.
As Morpheus said in The Matrix, “If you are not one of us, you are one of them.”
Because life is a video game, you have to realize that these characters do not matter at all and are merely a distraction built as part of the rules of the game.
You are the main character of your video game, while I’m just a side character in yours.
That is because you are reading this and I’m able to interact with you through the Internet.
Thanks to the internet, life has 100% become a video game.
You can do everything you need from your phone.
The possibilities are limitless.
Everyone must master their own game and there is no competition besides yourself.
That’s because you play your game while I play mine.
We can both win at our own game, and one person’s success does not undermine another’s.
Losers believe that another person succeeding means that opportunities are being taken away from them or some other oppressed group.
These losers have already given up at the game of life and all they can do now is criticize winners, complain and continue living life as losers.
If you want to win at the game, you need to surround yourself with winners.
You cannot surround yourself with losers and expect to be the only winner.
You have to master the discipline of being alone if you do not know anyone who is winning.
That is better than doing loser shit with loser friends.
Losers will often tell you, “Take it easy man, don’t push yourself too hard. You have plenty of time to figure it all out.”
That is complete bullshit.
You don’t have time if you are falling behind in the game of life.
The reality is if you don’t prioritize success and act as if time is running out, you are destined for a mediocre existence.
You will wander around aimlessly until you find yourself in the position where you are unable to escape or make any moves.
Take a look at who is telling you that you have plenty of time, and you will often see someone who hasn’t accomplished a damn thing in their whole life.
It takes years to become successful at any endeavor, and the only people who say this garbage live mediocre existences.
Unlike the brainwashed masses, I’ve always felt like I was falling behind, and I used that as a powerful motivator to push me towards my goals.
I didn’t believe in bullshit sayings like “Love yourself. You’re perfect the way you are.” and instead became hard on myself and demanded greatness.
While people around me thought they had all the time in the world to fuck around, I had a sense of urgency that forced me to take action day by day despite what results I received or how many times I failed.
7 years later, those who thought they had plenty of time are beginning to realize that they fell for the greatest scam of mankind (go to college and get a job) and have found themselves trapped in debt, with no marketable skills, no discipline, no courage and no way out.
7 years later, I have honed my money making skills to the point that I no longer have to work a normal job, have exponential growth in my business, the discipline to see my goals to fruition, marketable high-ticket skills and results that motivate me to keep winning at the game.
Time has a ruthless way of demonstrating who is a faker and who is the real deal.
Those who thought their normal actions would produce extraordinary results and laughed at the obsessed are now realizing that they can no longer fake their success.
Those who endured criticism, negativity and abuse from the mediocre are now in a position to dominate the game and win once and for all.
The 1% view this life as a video game.
If you want to win, fuck being normal and start taking the game of life seriously.
The NPCs will hate you for it, and they’ll do everything in their power to stop you from achieving your goals.
This is only because they hate that you can do something that they cannot.
They are mad that you are the real deal while they are fakers.
Winners win and losers lose.
If you read this far, you’re most likely a winner and have the ability to win at the game of life.
Don’t let those beneath you tell you how to live your life.
Disregard the mediocre and emulate the great.