She isn't your soulmate, she isn't “the one”, it isn't true love. Assuming you are a westerner, especially an American, . As a young man you can be free to date around and play the field.Tying yourself to one woman with a Government enforced noose will do two things: turn you into a shell of a man and significantly reduce your income after she gets bored, divorces you so she can find herself, and papa Government helps her finance it with your money.Nowadays I even live in Thailand and I save a ton of money doing so. You must build your body and your strength, a physically weak man is a failure and the body of the average man is disgraceful.As a young man you should have a few things going for you.It's not a coincidence that recent college grads look like glassy eyed morons as they serve your coffee.Smart people simply don't belong in college and unless you are going to school to become a physician or to get a degree in a highly technical STEM field college is almost completely unnecessary.30 Days of Discipline will give you a boot to the ass to fuel that fire.
Your soul-mate Kimberly isn't one in a million, at best she is about one in a hundred. We want what we don't have or what we can't have, when we have it we don't want it. Every day she would talk about feminism ad nauseam. I wasted a great deal of time in college, aimlessly drifting through because that's what you're supposed to do.Kill two birds with one stone, play and make money.If I were 18 years old right now this is exactly what I would do: I would skip college, I would read the Fastlane Forum voraciously, I would save up two thousand dollars and I would move to either Chiang Mai, Thailand or Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Not by the story, or the acting, but by the photography. You see, when I was a young man I was unaware of the possibilities.Those two places are filled to the brim with young, white foreign entrepreneurs who spend their time networking, building businesses and partying and they live on about 0 per month while doing it. The film takes place on an island in Thailand and when I saw the movie it looked to me like paradise. I thought it was college, job, two years into the job I could have a one or two week vacation, then I would retire. It was not until I read the Four Hour Work Week by Tim Ferris that I even knew it was possible to not just visit other countries but you could actually live in other countries and .I don't even personally like those cities but it's undeniable that they are the hub cities for young expat entrepreneurs. Right then and there I made my plans and I visited that island in Thailand that I saw in the movie.