Today’s podcast covers a lot of topics you’ll enjoy. We talk about web business, why Ched Evans would not have been convicted of date rape if he had read Danger & Play, cultural decline, and my friend Kid Strangelove’s battle with cancer.
Let’s get going. Click play or check it out on iTunes.
Should you have one website or multiple niche websites?
With dangerandplay.com if you could do it again, would you have rolled out all the TRT advice onto a separate site once you realised how many readers were looking for this kind of no-BS information?
Can we talk about juicing and cancer sometime?
Hey @PlayDangerously I’d like to discuss juicing. I think it will be instrumental during chemo and after. Let’s talk soon.
— Kid Strangelove (@kidstrangelove) February 18, 2015
Why do I believe the West is in decline?
Why would people rather read about motivation than mindset?
@PlayDangerously Why is that do you think? I’ve relistened to the Mindset stuff 2x more than the others. Much more important in my book.
— Adam Autonomy (@AdamAutonomy) February 24, 2015
Start a big website. Write about a topic. If the topic is something of interest to your readers, spin that out into a separate site.
Sennheiser HD280 v. Audio-Technica ATH-M50x is an example of the “this v. that” articles Google adores. Those types of posts are tedious to your general readers, but readers of a niche site love it, and the search engines will richly reward you.
Today is the best time to be alive if you are on your game 24/7. Today is the worst time to be average or mediocre. The culture will destroy you.
Even if you are a successful man like Ched Evans, your life will be over if you do not understand how to avoid the perils and pitfalls of modern dating and the risks of false rape accusations.
Mindset requires mindfulness, discipline, and vigilance. People would rather have the feeling of accomplishment (motivation) than put in the daily work Gorilla Mindset requires.
I didn’t think much of the book Mindset: The New Psychology of Success (Amazon).
Kid Strangelove has cancer. Show him some love.
Yes, juicing has been shown to help treat cancer. Some doctors have cancer patients use juicing in conjunction with chemotherapy.
I’ve been reading the Sorrow of War by Bao Ninh (Amazon). It’s a beautiful story of tragedy, suffering, and innocence lost. Highly recommended.
The Mike Cernovich Podcast hit 300 ratings in the U.S. alone. That’s a massive amount. Thank you!
(“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.”)