The “Secret Sauce” to Freedom

[Pictured above: Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic]

Last week, during the Twitter hate storm, I promised I’d send an email about detailing the real “secret sauce” to freedom in 2018.

And today, I’m going to give it to you straight.

For most (or all), of our lives, from young boyhood to adulthood, we are simply put into a box. The box begins very large, large enough to fit your entire class in. It used to be just young boys were put into that box, but now they lump girls into it, too. Everybody is the same.

As you get older and develop skills, you get put into another box…and then another, then another. Eventually, you are left into this very “special” box that society has deemed you worthy of. Typically, if you are a man who is not a rockstar or professional athlete, the box is:

Average Man Working In Cubicle In Debt Raising Family

It all comes down to power.

It’s just like sex.

Sex is never about the pleasure.

Sex is about the power.

People with billions and billions of dollars don’t care about money. They can’t spend it all. They care about the power. The power to put you in a box, keep you there, and keep you serving whatever sickening agenda they have (said sick agenda is developed because of too much money/freedom/power).

The real secret?

To recognize that many things in your life are pretty typical. And then change the parts you don’t like.

Let’s take me as an example.

Most of you know my story — from a guy with no game, stuck in a cube, to accomplished player and eventually on to entrepreneurship.

My life was supposed to be:

High school > College > 9-5 > Married > Kids > 401k and debt slave

Instead, I broke that mold.

And over the years, I’ve really softened about having a family and kids, and I think that point will come. But you see, I broke the mold because I recognized that there was a “system” that was designed to keep me in it. I won’t put on the tin foil hat — but really, society has always been like this. There have always been expectations for both men and women, but that has shifted drastically.

The life I was “supposed” to have was also supposed to include a feminine, thin, and loyal wife, not the leftover scrap heaps that currently plague the West.

The “system” didn’t change, but the payout did. It was like taking a massive pay cut for no reason whatsoever.

These days, I love the idea of having a family in the future; children to pass my businesses on to, and much more.

Speaking of family…

One of the things I love about Selo Oils is that it’s a family business. My partner Martin’s grandparents have been making this olive oil for 25 years. I’m truly honored to be a part of it.

That’s a system that’s worth being a part of.

We’ll start selling the oil next week.

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