45 Foolproof Ways to Know You’re on the Right Track

It can be hard to tell if you’re headed in the right direction.

How do you measure happiness? How do you measure internal fulfilment? How do you know if you’re really becoming the Man of YOUR dreams or just pretending to for the sake of attracting women?

Aside from measuring the levels of dopamine, serotonin, and oxytocin in your brain, it can be hard to tell.

So, to make it simpler and easier than having to get your brain fluid sucked out through a tiny hole in the back of your skull, I’ve put together a list of the 45 most common traits that guys who’ve ‘made the leap’ report back.

Which ones do you have?

1. You stop listening to rules and start trusting your intuition
2. You still feel ok, even when she says no
3. Spending time alone is more enjoyable than hanging out with other people*
4. Shutting down is scarier than opening up
5. Doing what’s right is more important than doing what’s easy
6. You stop focussing on what other people did wrong and start focussing on what you could have done differently
7. You connect deeper with people you’ve just met than people who you thought were your friends for years
8. Doing the same thing over and over again is far scarier than trying something new
9. You follow your fear rather than running from it
10. Meditation becomes an enjoyable activity rather than a boring chore
11. You stop saying ‘I don’t want…’ and start saying ‘I want…’
12. You start to see just how boring, needy, and dependent most people really are
13. You feel empathy rather than pain, when you get a negative response
14. You start to appreciate random things like the colour blue
15. Solutions that are obvious and simple to you, come across as deep and profound to other people
16. You can understand what’s someone’s really trying to communicate, without being able to understand what they’re saying
17. The thought of creating a life where you have to rely on anyone else makes you violently ill
18. You find the lesson in every experience
19. You accidentally seduce a woman whilst buying milk (or any other routine activity)
20. Admitting you’re wrong is easier than pretending to be right
21. Everyone accuses you of being a flirt, even when you’re not trying to
22. Her friends approve of you rather than trying to get in your way
23. You exercise and eat well for enjoyment rather than out of necessity
24. People call you weird and you just don’t care because you’re having too much fun to care
25. People who’ve known you for years stop wanting to hang out with you
26. You value your own opinion more than you value the opinion of others
27. People who had no desire to hang out with you in the past start to want to hang out with you
28. You start to smile and laugh for no apparent reason
29. Women are interested in you, despite what you say and do, not because of it
30. People are amazed when they hear what you do on the weekend
31. You laugh at your own jokes, even when no-one else gets them
32. Selfishness becomes your default state
33. You stop expecting the world to change
34. You trust and mistrust people, regardless of what they say and do
35. Process becomes more important and enjoyable than outcome
36. You look back on a bucket list you wrote 2 years ago and realise that everything on there is either completely unimportant or you’ve already done it without planning to
37. Tension is far more enjoyable than safety
38. More often than not, you go to bed at night and think to yourself ‘That was a good day…’
39. More often than not, you wake up in the morning excited, wondering what the world has in store for you today
40. You look back at how far you’ve come in the last 2 weeks and can’t believe it
41. Other people tend to break eye contact first
42. You realise that beauty runs far deeper than great legs and a nice pair of tits
43. You feel in control of your life, regardless of the outcome
44. You realise just how simple this whole thing really is…
45. You don’t need this list to tell you that you’re on the right track because everything feels amazing

That’s it. That’s everything I could come up with whilst sitting in the sun on my back porch, eating half a watermelon.

I’m sure there’s more, positive in fact, but I can’t think of any right now. So, help me out.

What else deserves to be on the list? How do you know when you’re headed in the right direction and how do you know when you’re off track?

Also, which ones of these have you experienced? I’m keen to know if you guys are heading in the right direction or I need to find a better way to teach you.

Hit me up,

 

 

 

Leigh

 

*Don’t confuse this for ‘spending time alone is less painful than hanging out with other people’. If you’re spending time alone because it’s less frustrating, painful and scary than having to face the possibility of getting something wrong, then you’re definitely not ‘doing it right’.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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18 Responses

  1. George

    -You cry at the smallest things

    LOL i connect so deep with images in my mind of where i want to be in life or watch like an inspiring speech and I can’t help but watch the tears roll down 0:-)

    Reply
  2. Nils

    - You stop thinking about things that don’t matter and concentrate on things that do

    I don’t do a lot of things on the list, but I enjoy the process :)

    Reply
  3. Doruk

    About the selfishness.. More often then not I like to give without wanting anything in return. And I feel better when I try to make somebody else happier. Despite the outcome. And sometimes when its about completing a task or sth I consider Other peoples opinions and then make my own decision and do/insist on doing my own decision. What do you think about it?

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  4. Zach

    You realize plateaus are temporary and you just have to push through them to new levels of growth, instead of getting stuck there.

    You also REALLY appreciate a sexy six pack of abs on a hairy real Man.

    Reply
  5. Doruk

    In short can you explain what do you mean by selfish I didn’t quite get that one :?

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    • Leigh (LoGun)

      Ok, I see. The way I use the word ‘Selfish’ is doing what you need to do to make yourself happy, regardless of what other people want of think. That includes finding happiness is giving to others.

      Does that makes sense?

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  6. Ion

    Yeap, really found myself in many of those, some occure often, some rarely;

    – you wonder how such a good article is given away for free?

    Reply
  7. Marcos Valente

    Looks like I am in the right direction… but I must say I didn’t check (at least when I read the article) the 45th point:
    ‘You don’t need this list to tell you that you’re on the right track because everything feels amazing’

    Well… it takes time. Maybe you should add to the list another one that is not true for me:
    ‘You become more patiant’.

    A good article means a good reflexation. Thanks Leigh!

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  8. ari

    this one made me really curious:

    “You feel empathy rather than pain, when you get a negative response”

    What do you mean? How could you possibly feel empathy when you get a negative response? Do you mean that you will feel empathy for a person that gives you a negative response because feel that the person has pain, jeaulusy himself because of giving you a neagative comment? But that is not always the case, some people just give you negative responses because they are plain bad, it can´t always be that they are in pain themself that they want you too fell painfull too, or is it? What do you think? Just a weird thought of mine because I myself have dealt with a lot of negative responses of other people :)

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    • Leigh (LoGun)

      Hey mate,

      I do mean that you will feel empathy for the people who give you a negative response because you can feel their pain. Rather than worrying about what you’re going through, you have the internal fulfilment in your life that allows you to be compassionate to others rather than worrying about what you’re going through.

      If you feel pain when you get a negative response, then that’s fine. This isn’t a set of rules you have to follow, this is a set of characteristics that will appear when the time is right.

      Does that clear it up?

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  9. phil

    One I noticed today:

    While your mind is busy blaming others, the real issue keeps popping into your head, ’till you can’t ignore the real issue anymore.

    And a similar one to that:

    While the storm rages around you, you wonder if you should be worrying more (because actually you don’t give a damn, it’s only your old pattern of worrying rearing it’s ugly head)

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