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Dealing with normies
#16
As you get further away from the blue pill lifestyle, the number of "normies" that surround you begins to thin out.

Living where I live, and in the manner in which I live, I encounter many independent, accomplished, entrepreneurially minded men. They may not agree to everything I say, but they're not afraid to speak the unrestrained truth about issues of interest.

When I dip back into the regular world, I have learned to keep my opinions veiled, and act in a way which feels "undercover".

Regular folk don't want to hear that escape into freedom is both possible and has been accomplished en masse.
It's the en masse thing that is important to know. Many, many people have already escaped the system. Normies don't hear about it often because the free ones are living outside of their spheres. It makes Normies think that escape has never been accomplished before.

Nomadic life, and full freedom of thought, feels like the pioneer spirit, for sure... but we are far from being the very first to do it. That in itself should be a heartening thought.
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#17
(12-23-2019, 02:01 AM)frank Wrote: When I dip back into the regular world, I have learned to keep my opinions veiled, and act in a way which feels "undercover".
I think this is my bigest challenge right now. I set it as a goal for 2020. 
This year I had a real inner problem with "normies", at the end I just let go.... But I still can't keep my mouth shut..
constant is change...
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#18
Well I guess at least you have made it clear to yourself that you are *not* a normy. I haven't and it's source of a lot of pain for me. On one hand I'd like to have a stable committed relationship, kids, job. On the other end I can't stop thinking that I love to make stuff, discover things, and be in charge of my own life.

I am trying to say, as long as you are at peace you'll be fine. But the hard part of being at peace is that we don't have standard accepted models for what we truly want. There is the *father* role model in our society, but not the *bachelor entrepreneur*.
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#19
(12-23-2019, 08:42 AM)Tigero Wrote:
(12-23-2019, 02:01 AM)frank Wrote: When I dip back into the regular world, I have learned to keep my opinions veiled, and act in a way which feels "undercover".
I think this is my bigest challenge right now. I set it as a goal for 2020. 
This year I had a real inner problem with "normies", at the end I just let go.... But I still can't keep my mouth shut..

I lost about 10 clients this year because I also find it difficult dealing with regular folk for extended periods of time.
It was imperative to build into my mindset that better quality clients exist, and are plentiful.
It also essential to remember that working online it's tougher to develop working relationships that have much integrity or depth.
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#20
I took the 16personalities.com test and an enneagram test and, putting them together, realized/learned why I struggle speaking with normies. I HATE small talk. Normies thrive on small talk... like clown fish sucking on coral. I just do not see the value in talking about the weather to build a "relationship."

To me, anyone with clients or that is working in the hierarchy needs to develop these pseudo (fake) relationships with people. Normies relationships are colorful coral. On the outside it looks nice and peaceful, but your neighbor would just as soon eat you than to miss a snack.
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#21
Haha, something simillar. I want to smack them in the face.
But look at this like that. Sometimes you cant see if the person you interact with is worth. So you just dont have to be rude to them at start. I was like this many years and didnt see it.
And peiple had a real bad time with me.
They just wont get closer to me. So i just asked myself, does it realy makes me any good?
You can gues the answer.
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