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Superiority and inferiority

Hey Guys—

Superiority.  It is an uncomfortable topic for people to talk about because it is as misunderstood as equality. And yet the secret desire of every human being is to be superior to other human beings.

Is this good or is this bad?  Like people themselves, it is both good and bad, with superiority driving the greatest creations of man as well as the greatest destruction.

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The “good” kind of superiority is the kind you achieve by your actions and accomplishments that give value to others.  The beloved Steve Jobs (who was personally a cold hearted SOB, an asset to his success with Apple) was certainly superior by his actions and by the value he delivered.  Apple users, despite being overcharged and their devices made obsolete every few years or so, love Jobs because he brought them value (coolness).

Superiority through value delivered can also be taken away—fail to deliver value, and your customers, clients, and patients will desert you.  Your reputation goes bad, and you go from inferior to superior, tasked with regaining your superiority by providing value.  In other words, while there is power with “good superiority,” that power is checked, and can disappear the instant value provided does.

The bad kind of superiority comes from people who think actions that don’t deliver value make them superior to others.  It can range on the (mostly) harmless side to declaring superiority because one does not eat meat to the destructive side such as the belief in a political system such as Marxism that history has shown leads to mass murder, starvation, and impoverishment of billions.

You see the “bad” kind of superiority every day—people think that because they believe a certain, simplistic way, they are superior, because they drive a certain kind of car they are superior, or associate with a certain group they are superior.  The danger of this type of superiority is there is no check on it like there with the “good” kind that is predicated on value delivered.

Whatever your aspirations in life, you want to develop the good kind of superiority, especially with women. That means that when they associate with you, you provide value to them, whether that is mental stimulation, emotional and physical protection, resources, whatever.  Women love a superior man, a man who achieves his superiority through value delivered.

That, then, becomes the question to ask yourself?  What value do you deliver women that other men don’t?  Since few men ask that question, and fewer men answer it, doubtless you can come up with many ideas.  Start delivering this value to women, and you will soon discover they view you as superior man.  And that title is quite an honor—as long as you realize you must continue delivering value to maintain it.

On with the fun,

-John Alanis
“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”

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