Self improvements


I am Pascal Sterzik, born in Germany. I am not a millionaire yet, not a celebrity yet, just an ordinary guy and I have nothing to fool you with. I just want to help as many people as possible out to achieve that level of enlightment in their life. I went down that road of misery and depression and I saw no future at all. My grades in school were just average and most of the times below. I always wondered why, because I thought “What are they doing differently? I am putting as much work in as they do…” Aside from school, easy tasks at home like cleaning my room were  extremely difficult. I felt left behind, like a child that is not growing up. But I wanted to be a man… THE man. The absolute best in whatever I was doing and challenged to do. From loser to winner. And then it clicked.

I found self improvement and my attention was nowhere else. I was sucked into my screen, taking the red pill. I was out of the matrix and my world view shifted entirely and I knew there was no going back. I did what the gurus told me to do. I wanted to become a high value man, I wanted to wake up in the morning and not go on my phone, but instead workout, meditate, gratitude journal and work. As you can probably tell, that got me into morning routines. Stuff like guys waking up at 4:00am
I didn’t know who to trust and as the naive person I was I just trusted everyone. Waking up at 5:30am to do my extremely difficult morning routine. I set my expectations way too high and if I didn’t do my morning routine properly like getting out of bed at 5:30am instead of masturbating, because that would mean I had no discipline, I felt upset about myself. After that, I couldn’t do my morning routine and discipline tasks more often as the days went by and at the end I couldn’t do it no more. I was defeated. Only years later, I found out that 99% are just trying to sell you something and don’t want to actually help you and trusting those evil influencers was a horrible choice.

Nonetheless, I made it though the hard way, without someone trustworthy since the beginning of my self improvement journey. That would have saved me a lot of time, effort and money. The worst part is that I am one of many victims to that problem. I can’t watch these people suffer from taking the red pill, because the red pill is the better choice, but more difficult one and it’s not easy to execute correctly. I want to help those with my best advise to start self improvement as a complete beginner and save the time, effort and money I lost by taking the hard way.