You are your own harshest critic.
Deep down, you know who you are, what you are meant to do and what to expect from yourself.
You are your own measure of your internal value.
When guys go out and they see that hot girl, and if they don’t feel entitled to get her, that’s because you sir do not measure up internally.
But how do you feel entitled?
Start setting a personal standard for yourself!
The reason you don’t feel entitled is because you’ve done shit squat to feel that way. People without standards are basically doormats.
To start feeling entitled you need to start living up to your own personal standard.
Because you will not accept any less from yourself.
Every time you push off your studies or even delaying to clean up your room. Every time your in the gym and you don’t go for that last rep, your unconsciously feeding your brain this lack of discipline.
Your brain doesn’t know the difference between if it just cleaning a room or going up and blowing up a 10set. Every time you choose not to live up to your own standard, it adds up.
So when it comes time to put your game face on, you crumble.
Because you haven’t lived up to your own standard.
I expect nothing but 100% from myself. When I do something , I do it with conviction! I don’t do it half-assed. When I go to the gym I freaking take it to the max!
When I clean my room, I do it as soon as I can. I don’t sit around and say
” Oh I just want to chill a bit The Simpson’s are on ” and end up delaying that shit.
When I’m in field and I see a girl I’m interested in, I step up and go. Because I expect nothing less from myself.
It doesn’t matter if I succeed or fail. The mere act of doing something is enough for us men. The mere act of working hard and achieving something gives a guy the feeling of entitlement.
What do you think the cause of rejection from a girl is? Is it because you fail to live up to her standards or your own?
When you do not live up to your own standards and then choose to try and live up to hers, it will shine through your sub communication.
The act of living through others standards than your own, who are not aligned with who you are truly, is biologically undermining your sense of yourself.
It all comes down to taking control of your life.
Being responsible for your own life.