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Contents
1 2011 9
1.1 October . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Project Ubermensch Prelude: Wake Up And Masturbate (2011-10-21 04:21) . . . . 9
Ubermensch #1: To Become Super Human in 365 Days (2011-10-21 22:03) . . . . . 11
Ubermensch Day #2: Journaling everyday until the day I die. (2011-10-23 01:50) . 13
Ubermensch Day #3: From Good To Great (2011-10-23 23:55) . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Ubermensch Day #4: Polyphasic sleep (2011-10-25 04:22) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Ubermensch Day #5: Gradual Improvement (2011-10-26 02:00) . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Ubermensch Day #6: World Class Efforts (2011-10-27 01:04) . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Ubermensch Day #7: Bros Before Hos (2011-10-28 07:05) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Ubermensch Day #8: Hotel Sex (2011-10-29 04:57) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Ubermensch Day #9: Social Tennis (2011-10-30 05:08) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
1.2 November . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Ubermensch Day #10: Deeper Understanding (2011-11-01 00:42) . . . . . . . . . . 23
Ubermensch Day #11: Physical Exhaustion (2011-11-02 15:14) . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Ubermensch Day #12: Back On Track (2011-11-03 02:33) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Ubermensch Day # 13: Lucid Sex (2011-11-03 05:55) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Ubermensch Day #14 : I’m a scholar (2011-11-05 02:17) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Ubermensch Day #15 : Sexy Saturday! (2011-11-06 04:01) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Ubermensch Day #16 : Think day (2011-11-07 00:08) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Ubermensch Day #17 : Speak Sexy Korean (2011-11-08 00:09) . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Ubermensch Day #18 : Relevation (2011-11-09 00:51) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Ubermensch Day #19: 3 Best Movies Ever (2011-11-10 02:32) . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Ubermensch Day #20: Broken Back (2011-11-11 04:56) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Ubermensch Day #21: Human OS (2011-11-12 04:07) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Ubermensch Day #22: Do Nothing (2011-11-13 03:27) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
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Ubermensch Day #23 : Old People (2011-11-13 07:26) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Ubermensch Day #24: Molest Korean Chick (2011-11-14 06:15) . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Ubermensch Day #25: Become the 1 percent (2011-11-16 06:36) . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Ubermensch Day #26: Testicular cancer (2011-11-17 06:55) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Ubermensch Day #27: Masturbation Habit (2011-11-18 02:38) . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Ubermensch Day #28: God Tier Trolling (2011-11-19 08:10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Ubermensch Day #29: Ideal World (2011-11-20 01:02) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Ubermensch Day #30: Le fini (2011-11-21 06:35) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Ubermensch Day #31: I’m hustling (2011-11-22 06:06) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Ubermensch Day #32 : Break Barriers (2011-11-23 03:24) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Ubermensch Day #33: I almost quit (2011-11-24 06:46) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Ubermensch Day #34: Late Night Masturbation (2011-11-25 03:43) . . . . . . . . . 57
Ubermensch Day #35: Fat College Chick (2011-11-26 09:11) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Ubermensch Day #36: Fresh Poon Tangs (2011-11-27 04:44) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Ubermensch Day #37: Obnoxious American Women (2011-11-28 03:45) . . . . . . 63
Ubermensch Day #38: Ethical Marketing (2011-11-29 05:45) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Ubermensch Day #39: Life Dreams (2011-11-30 05:59) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
1.3 December . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Ubermensch Day #40: Mental Game (2011-12-01 11:52) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Ubermensch Day #41: Acquire Patience (2011-12-02 07:50) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Ubermensch Day #42: Advice To A 14 Years Old (2011-12-03 06:28) . . . . . . . . 78
Ubermensch Day #43: Time Continuum (Saturday) (2011-12-04 10:41) . . . . . . . 82
Ubermensch Day #44: Intrinsic Motivation (Sunday) (2011-12-05 09:27) . . . . . . 85
Ubermensch Day #45: Miyamoto Musashi (2011-12-06 08:14) . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Ubermensch Day #46: Goal Psychology (2011-12-07 00:44) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Ubermensch Day #47: Boiling Point (2011-12-07 22:36) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Ubermensch Day #48: Inner demons (2011-12-10 04:22) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Ubermensch Day #49: Relevation (2011-12-10 14:10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Ubermensch Day #50: A New Meaning (Saturday) (2011-12-11 01:21) . . . . . . . 103
Ubermensch Day #51: Imposed Limitation (Sunday) (2011-12-12 00:31) . . . . . . 105
Ubermensch Day #52: Brain Burn Out (2011-12-13 02:46) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Ubermensch Day #53: Intense Concentration (2011-12-14 01:32) . . . . . . . . . . 113
Ubermensch Day #54: 20 Mile March (2011-12-15 01:25) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
Ubermensch Day #55: Bob The Couch Potato (2011-12-16 05:14) . . . . . . . . . . 119
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Ubermensch Day #56: Hustle Hard (2011-12-17 01:23) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Ubermensch Day #57: Magic Bull Shit (Saturday) (2011-12-18 05:44) . . . . . . . 124
Ubermensch Day #58: Mind Of Steel (2011-12-19 02:54) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
Ubermensch Day #59: Motivation Ovulation (2011-12-20 02:38) . . . . . . . . . . . 129
Ubermensch Day #60: 2 Months Progress Review (2011-12-21 04:57) . . . . . . . . 132
Ubermensch Day #61: Business Empire (2011-12-22 03:11) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135
Ubermensch Day #62: Disorderly Activities (2011-12-23 07:38) . . . . . . . . . . . 138
Ubermensch Day #63: Arthritis (2011-12-24 06:13) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139
Ubermensch Day #64: Wrath Of Gods (Saturday) (2011-12-25 09:34) . . . . . . . . 142
Ubermensch Day #65: Sunday Funday (2011-12-26 06:42) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
Ubermensch Day #66: khanacademy.org (2011-12-27 05:00) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
Ubermensch Day #67: New Year Resolutions (2011-12-28 05:18) . . . . . . . . . . 151
Ubermensch Day #68: Delirium (2011-12-29 07:33) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154
Ubermensch Day #69: Simplify (2011-12-30 11:22) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157
Ubermensch Day #71: NY EVE (2011-12-31 12:00) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159
2 2012 161
2.1 January . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161
Ubermensch Day #72: INTJ PPs (2012-01-01 09:15) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161
Ubermensch Day #73: Mass Psychology (2012-01-02 12:32) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164
Ubermensch Day #74: Skills Principle (2012-01-03 04:03) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167
Ubermensch Day #75: Adult Diaper (2012-01-04 18:47) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169
Ubermensch Day #76: Reading Bleeding (2012-01-05 04:56) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171
Ubermensch Day #77: Fail Nation (2012-01-06 02:03) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174
Ubermensch Day #78: Business Thoughts (Saturday) (2012-01-07 23:55) . . . . . . 177
Ubermensch Day #79: Time Race (Sunday) (2012-01-08 05:21) . . . . . . . . . . . 179
Ubermensch Day #80: Psychology On Hating (2012-01-09 10:50) . . . . . . . . . . 181
Ubermensch Day #81: 66 Days To Habits (2012-01-11 03:37) . . . . . . . . . . . . 185
Ubermensch Day #82: Seduction Analysis (2012-01-11 23:58) . . . . . . . . . . . . 187
Ubermensch Day #83: Masturbating Champion (2012-01-12 23:59) . . . . . . . . . 189
Ubermensch Day #84: Make A Million Dollars Online (2012-01-13 23:59) . . . . . 190
Ubermensch Day #85: March Towards Death (2012-01-14 03:29) . . . . . . . . . . 194
Ubermensch Day #86: Omega Male Encounter (SUNDAY) (2012-01-15 04:35) . . . 196
Ubermensch Day #87: Test Of Will Power (2012-01-16 06:09) . . . . . . . . . . . . 198
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Ubermensch Day #88: Learning Ratio (2012-01-17 04:31) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200
Ubermensch Day #89: INTJ Decoded (2012-01-18 04:39) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203
Ubermensch Day #90: PROJECT UBERMENSCH 90 DAYS! (2012-01-19 06:35) . 205
Ubermensch Day #91: Smart Phones and Productivity (2012-01-20 03:51) . . . . . 206
Ubermensch Day #92: Positivity Habit (Saturday) (2012-01-21 06:04) . . . . . . . 208
Ubermensch Day #93: Ambition Discontent (Sunday) (2012-01-22 04:32) . . . . . . 210
Ubermensch Day #94: Ambition Discontent II (2012-01-23 04:25) . . . . . . . . . . 211
Ubermensch Day #95: 86,400 (2012-01-24 08:49) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 213
Ubermensch Day #96: Dark Noises (2012-01-25 04:59) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 215
Ubermensch Day #97: Multi-Million Dollar Business (2012-01-26 23:15) . . . . . . 216
Ubermensch Day #98: Minimalism (2012-01-27 07:27) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 218
Ubermensch Day #99: 5 Minutes Habit (2012-01-28 11:40) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219
Ubermensch Day #100: 100 days mile stone! (Sunday) (2012-01-29 23:41) . . . . . 221
Ubermensch Day #101: TV CRAP (2012-01-30 10:50) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 223
Ubermensch Day #102: New Year Resolution Failure Rate (2012-01-31 10:38) . . . 225
2.2 February . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 227
Ubermensch Day #103: Choice Limitation (2012-02-01 03:05) . . . . . . . . . . . . 227
Ubermensch Day #104: Parkinson’s Law (2012-02-02 05:44) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 229
Ubermensch Day #105: Todo List Mania (2012-02-03 04:55) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 231
Ubermensch Day #106: Elite Schedule (SATURDAY) (2012-02-04 00:52) . . . . . . 233
Ubermensch Day #107: Learning Ratio, Part II (SUNDAY) (2012-02-05 03:39) . . 234
Ubermensch Day #108: Outlier Male (2012-02-06 00:09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 236
Ubermensch Day #109: I AM WORK ETHIC (2012-02-07 00:38) . . . . . . . . . . 239
Ubermensch Day #110: College scam (2012-02-08 22:40) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 241
Ubermensch Day #111: Proletariat Dreams (2012-02-09 02:02) . . . . . . . . . . . 243
Ubermensch Day #112: Will Power Redefined (2012-02-10 04:27) . . . . . . . . . . 245
Ubermensch Day #113: Journaling Improvement (SATURDAY) (2012-02-12 05:15) 248
Ubermensch Day #114: Productivity Hacks Collection (Sunday) (2012-02-12 23:39) 249
Ubermensch Day #115: Entrepreneurship Terror (2012-02-13 01:36) . . . . . . . . 251
Ubermensch Day #116: Valentine Lovin’ (2012-02-14 19:32) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 254
Ubermensch Day #117: A New Beginning (2012-02-15 04:16) . . . . . . . . . . . . 254
Ubermensch Day #118: Training Days (2012-02-16 12:32) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 257
Ubermensch Day #119: Motorcycle gang and Poker. (2012-02-17 11:34) . . . . . . 258
Ubermensch Day #120: Back on the grind (2012-02-18 05:59) . . . . . . . . . . . . 259
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Ubermensch Day #121: Naked Crowd (2012-02-19 05:22) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 261
Ubermensch Day #123: 48 hours hustle (2012-02-20 02:57) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 263
Ubermensch Day #124: Simplify III (2012-02-21 01:10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 264
Ubermensch Day #125 & 126: Get Rich Or Die Trying (Yeah, nigga!)
(2012-02-23 05:18) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 265
Ubermensch Day #127: Don’t sleep (2012-02-24 06:08) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 266
Ubermensch Day #128: Road Less Travelled (2012-02-25 04:38) . . . . . . . . . . . 268
Ubermensch Day #129: Re-newed (SUNDAY) (2012-02-26 03:28) . . . . . . . . . . 269
Ubermensch Day #130: Morning Routine (2012-02-27 07:13) . . . . . . . . . . . . 271
Ubermensch Day #131: Kindle Book (2012-02-28 04:53) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 273
Ubermensch Day #132: Last Day (2012-02-29 05:35) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 274
2.3 March . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 276
Ubermensch Day #133: Human Nature (2012-03-01 05:52) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 276
Ubermensch Day #134: Ideal Day (2012-03-02 05:33) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 279
Ubermensch Day #135: Micro Habits (Saturday) (2012-03-03 04:36) . . . . . . . . 282
Ubermensch Day #136: Leonardo da Vinci (Sunday) (2012-03-04 06:03) . . . . . . 284
News! (2012-03-05 14:57) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 286
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Chapter 1
2011
1.1 October
Project Ubermensch Prelude: Wake Up And Masturbate (2011-10-21 04:21)
Does your life feels like this?
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[1]
Imagine working at a mundane job. A wife. 2 Kids. A dog that shits on your neighbor’s lawn,
and when confronted by the neighbor, you yell at your dog in pretend anger.
While I imagine most people not living like the poor sap in the comic above, they still hide be-
hind their career and family. Being busy. Not thinking about the true meaning of life and death.
That’s why I paid $90 to attend this Zen Center, run by a old white guy wearing a monk rob.
We meditated (zazen) for hours.
[Picture below is a zendo - a meditation hall. Very similar to the one I went to]
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[2]
What is the meaning of life and death? Can we transcend death? How do we find peace with
ourselves? When you sit and meditate long enough, the answers will intuitively come to you.
Or you can always wake up in the morning and masturbate. Feels good man.
1. http://pocketking.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/1318961845496.jpg
2. http://pocketking.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/1096583-md.jpg
Ubermensch #1: To Become Super Human in 365 Days (2011-10-21 22:03)
To become Ubermensch is to become a super human, thats what I exactly plan to do.
[Ubermensch is a term coined by Friedrich Nietzsche, the crazy as heck German philosopher.
His famous quote is ”God is dead”]
What qualifies as a super human? To become better then average mentally, physically, in-
tellectually and financially. Thats MY definition.
This thread will catalogue my adventure into becoming a Super Human in 365 days. It
will follow my spectacular public success (or massive failure, hehe).
Here are the daily habits I’m going to do everyday:
Making moar monies:
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Current monthly Internet income: $150 to $800 USD
Target monthly Internet income: $10,000 USD
Improvement: I have neglected my Internet income for a year or so with minimal marketing.
Most of the income is passive. I need to do more marketing, and publish more books on Amazon
Kindle market.
Hitting the gym:
Goal is to eat more, lift heavier, look better. Already going to the gym 4 times a week, do-
ing 4 day body split,
I want to be bigger and lift heavier in the gym, here’s my stats:
Physical:
Current body weight: 155 lbs
Height: 511
Goal body weight: 185 195 lbs
Current stats: [1 year in the gym]
Max 1 rep squat: 275 lbs
Max 1 rep dead lift: 275 lbs
Max 1 rep bench: 165 lbs
Learning a foreign language:
Learn Korean 45 minutes per day - and 5 new words per day.
Reading interesting books:
Read 25 pages per day. Been doing this for over 8 months now, read a lot. I love my e-
reader! [kobo]
MISC: improving intellect:
Training for a better memory
Train cognitive skills to think faster
Speed reading
I need to train my cognitive skills better, alcohol had made me dummy.
Polyphasic sleep:
Currently Im sleeping for 8 to 10 hours per day. Im following a polyphasic sleeping schedule
the everyday man where the core sleep is 3 hours, followed by 4, 20 minutes nap throughout the
day. Thats 4 hours of sleeping within a 24 hours period, therefore Im gaining an extra 28 hours
per week.
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8 hours sleep x 7 days = 56
4 hours sleep x 7 days = 28
extra time gained = 28
Just making sure my math sucks.
Conclusion:
Okay! I’m excited. Let’s rock and roll and do this ... in real time, baby!
Ubermensch Day #2: Journaling everyday until the day I die.
(2011-10-23 01:50)
Currently refining my schedule, and trying to make it ”perfect”.
Currently leaving Sunday as ”do nothing day”, where can I can be lazy and do nothing. Sunday
is downtime, so I don’t burn out in the long run.
How many hours per day should someone do media consumption (that is NOT entertainment). I
think 1 to 2 hours per day is a good ratio. 1 hour of reading and 1 hour of a documentary. That’s
basically 12 hours every week learning - or 624 hours per year ... or 24 full days of learning per year.
That’s almost a MONTH full of learning. The power of compound action.
Likewise, if someone went to the gym and lose a mere 2 pounds per month (that’s safe and ”easy”),
that’s 24 pounds per year ... or 68 pounds in 2 years time. The power of compound action.
I’m also pondering about reducing socialization with friends once per week. That’s 52 times per
year, which is decent.
I also have a habit of journaling, I been doing EVERY SINGLE DAY for the past 3 years. The
text is over 90k words, and I plan on journal everyday until the day I die. Then I compile it into a
pdf and put it on the Internet.
Life is cool being the ubermensch.
Ubermensch Day #3: From Good To Great (2011-10-23 23:55)
Sunday is the lazy, do nothing day. With no real schedule. Read this book called Good to Great:
Why Some Companies Make the Leap... and Others Don’t by Jim Collins that studies why some
companies thrive while others die.
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He talks about the 20 Miles March - a guy who marches 20 miles every everyday, then he
reaches his goal for traveling 300 miles or so. Same principle applies to losing weight, like a fat chick
hitting the gym everyday for an hour. (too bad most of them quit 2 weeks in. True story, bro)
Life is short. Will it be spent watching Football and playing video games, or will it be spent
into doing something ”great”. I ponder this. Indeed, life is about racing against time.
So far here are the daily habits:
- Read 30 pages per day. That’s over 10,950 pages every year. Or 39 books per year (assum-
ing an average book is 275 pages). In 5 years time, that’s 195 books. Not bad. (Been reading on the
kobo daily since April this year)
- Take 3 fish oil pills per day for breakfast. Good for the heart and brain. (Been doing this
for the past year)
- Going to the gym 5 times per week, for 1 hour per day. (Been doing this for the past
year)
- Work on building the online business (Sorely slacking in this area)
- Meditation, lucid dreaming daily
- Picking up ho’s.
- Spending 10 minutes every night planning out the next day, next week and month.
- Spending 30 minutes every Sunday planning out the upcoming months and years
Becoming an ubermunsch is a fusion of intelligent and physique. Life is suffering. Either
suffer from the pain of discipline, or suffer the pain of regret.
Ubermensch Day #4: Polyphasic sleep (2011-10-25 04:22)
Today I set the alarm and woke up at 6:00 AM, only to pass out until noon. It’s okay, I’m getting
the hang of it.
I’m currently doing Everyman (with 3 naps). 3 hours major sleep episode and three twenty-minute
power naps.
Math time. Sleep for 8 hours per day, the next 50 years you’ll spend 146000 hours sleeping, or
6083 full days sleeping. If you sleep for 4 hours per day using Everyday Man sleep schedule, you’ll
sleep 73000 hours sleeping over the span of 50 years. Or 3041 days. In essence, you ”gained” an extra
3042 days over the span of 50 years if you sleep 4 hours per day.
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Went to the gym. Consume my fish oil. Meditated. Read my book.
I had been hitting the gym 5 times per week for the past 12 months. Gained 15 pounds of lean
muscle mass, a noticable body transformation. Boarder shoulders. Bigger back. Bludging biceps.
Squat 275 lbs at 155 lbs body weight. Slowly, sustained progress is the way to go.
I can blog EVERYDAY on this site for the next 363 days, it’s a habit, much like how I been writing
down in my journal everyday for the past 4 years.
Anyways - here’s my refined schedule so far:
Daily schedule:
04:00 AM: Wake up
06:00 AM: Brush teeth, breakfast, consume fish oil. 15 minutes meditation.
07:00 AM: Head to gym (1 hour)
08:00 AM: 2nd breakfast, read book (read 30 pages)
08:50 AM: Quick shower
09:00 AM: Learn foreign language / 1 new word English vocabulary / sleep
10:00 AM: Nap
10:20 AM: Online marketing
11:00 AM: Online marketing
12:00 PM: Online marketing
01:00 PM: Online marketing
02:00 PM: Nap
02:20 PM: Eat
03:00 PM: Errands / Social Time / Free Time
04:00 PM:
05:00 PM:
06:00 PM:
07:00 PM:
08:00 PM: Dinner
09:00 PM: Nap
09:20 AM: Watch documentary
11:15 AM:
12:00 AM: Meditate
12:15 AM: Write in journal / online blog / next day planning
01:00 AM: Brush teeth, sleep (3 hrs), lucid dream
Of course, life is never meant to be micro managed. But the routine is the guideline I’ll follow
close as possible. *posting this at 12:21 AM
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Ubermensch Day #5: Gradual Improvement (2011-10-26 02:00)
Wake up in the morning at noon, failed polyphasic sleeping schedule, but I slept 1 hour less (7 hours)
then minimum usual. Gradually adapting to a polyphasic sleeping schedule (4 hours total)
Went to the gym
Read 40 pages of ”Good To Great” by Jim Collins
Consumed fish oil
2 episodes of Anime (40 mins)
Nap
My day is just half way through, I still need to do online marketing and learn a foreign lan-
guage (currently Korean). Then lucid dream.
Principle Of 20 Miles March (or sustained progress)
-> For sleeping: Sleep for 8 hours per day, the next 50 years youll spend 146000 hours sleeping, or
6083 full days sleeping. If you sleep for 4 hours per day using Everyday Man sleep schedule, youll
sleep 73000 hours sleeping over the span of 50 years. Or 3041 days. In essence, you gained an
extra 3042 days over the span of 50 years if you sleep 4 hours per day.
-> For reading: Read 30 pages per day. Thats over 10,950 pages every year. Or 39 books
per year (assuming an average book is 275 pages). In 5 years time, thats 195 books. Not bad. (Been
reading on the kobo daily since April this year)
-> For fitness: Going to the gym 1 hour per day. Gaining 2 pounds of muscles per month.
Doesn’t sound much but within a year’s time that’s 24 pounds of muscles. (Likewise, for weight loss)
-> For media: 2 episodes is roughly 40 minutes. That’s 20 episodes in 10 days. Every 12
days that’s an anime series completion.
Misc:
Lessons learned from the book ”Time Management Of the World Class”. Have goals and vi-
sions for the next 6 months, year, 5 years, and 60 years ahead into the future. Whoa.
My personal journal have reached 86, 336 words. An average 240 page fiction novel contains
40k words.
Up coming things to write about:
My online marketing adventure, AKA ”make money while you sleep”.
Edit: Just learned an hour of Korean, I find that using google docs is immensely helpful to
keeping track of what I learned. Here is the simple format I’m using:
Learn KOREAN YO
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Tues Oct 25 2011
Mr or Ms - Polite suffix ssi (she)
Hello - ann-yeong-ha-se-yo (An YOUNG HA SE YO!)
I love you - Sarang hse (Sa rung HEY!)
Sorry - mi an ham ni da (be an ham me da)
Thank you - gam sa hamnida (kam sa ham me da)
Good bye to person departing - ann yeong hi ga se yo (an young he, ka say yo)
Good bye to person who’s not departing - ann yeong hi gye se yo (an young he, key say
yo)
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Wed Oct 26 2011
Etc ...
Ubermensch Day #6: World Class Efforts (2011-10-27 01:04)
Today feels super productive, and it has only been day #6 into Project Ubermensch.
Polyphasic sleep: Slept for 6.5 hours, from my usual 8-10 hours core sleep. Slowly adjust un-
til the core sleep is 3 hours. Took a nap today. Need to nap 3 times daily.
Exercise: Walked for 30 minutes today. Wednesday I take the day off the gym. (Current
gym schedule is Monday, Tuesday, Thurs, Friday, Saturday)
Reading: Read 30 pages of Good To Great by Jim Collins, very interesting and eye open-
ing book.
Learn foreign language: 1 hour of Korean today. To become a conversational speaker, people
use around 3,000 words. If I learn 5 new words per day, it would take 600 days, or 1.5 years to
speak fluently in Korean. However, I plan on upping the learning curve, and learn 15 words per day
(through 1.5 to 2 hours of practice). At 15 words per day, that’s 200 days (3000/15), or roughly 6
months. The time will pass by anyways, so why not learn it?
Korean progress:
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Oct 26 2011
sorry [alternative] - gomapseumnida (KO MAP SUM ME DA)
Nice to meet you - cheo om boepgessseumnida (chow um, pep get zoom me da)
I am - jeo-neun imnida (chow um im me da)
Yes (formal) - yeh (yay)
Yes (informal) - uh (ah)
No (formal) - ah nee yo (ah nee yo!)
No (informal) - ah nee (ah nee)
Word of the day is amimadvert (vert) - To comment unfavorably or critically. (an-uh-mad-
VURT)
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Business: Spent an hour writing an ”opt in page”, which is basically a letter convincing peo-
ple to give me their emails, so I can spam them! It’s said in jest but it’s not far from the truth. It’s
a 350 words ”sales” copy, I put it on my website.
Next stop is writing a series of email, oh, about 60 emails. 200 words email at 60 is 12,000
words. Why write emails? Because it makes me money.
One project I did a couple years ago made me $15k USD so far, and they still send me
checks every week. The project took around 2 weeks to complete. The POWAH of email marketing.
10k a month from Internet Marketing isn’t far fetch, I think. I’ll strive everyday to make it
happen.
The other day, I deposit 9 checks that totaled $455 USD. It was kinda embarassing but at
least it’s passive income.
Daily Conclusion:
I still have 6 more hours before my 3 hours core sleep. This is gradual, progressive, sus-
tained effort to become an uberman.
The truth is, it just isn’t 365 days to become an ubermensch. It’s a life long progress to be-
come fucking great.
Oh well, time to enjoy some anime and relax now.
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Ubermensch Day #7: Bros Before Hos (2011-10-28 07:05)
Busy day. Ditched two seperate date with a Chinese and Korean chick to hang out with friends. Got
drunk and chilled out with friends like a boss.
I got home at midnight, tired, drunk and didn’t feel like doing SHIT. Yet I spent an hour
learning Korean, another hour working on the Internet biz, type THIS blog entry and PERSONAL
journal. Hm.
Polyphasic sleep: Slept at 3:00 AM, my alarm was set for 7:00 AM. I press the snooze but-
ton and slept until noon, for 9-ish hours of sleeping. Today, when the alarm rings, I’m going to
physically ROLL out of bed and lay on the floor, then walk to the kitchen to make myself some
coffee.
Exercise: Went to the gym. Today was back day, I dead lift alot like a boss. Chat with a
skinny Chinese guy who weights 135 lbs but dead lifts 300 lbs. How the fuck does he even do that?
Was good to see him again.
Reading: read 20 pages. Finished reading Good To Great by Jim Collins, now I’m on to
reading ”Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us” by Daniel H. Pink
Learn Foreign Language: an hour or less of learning Korean. Progress so far is:
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Oct 27 2011
Thank you (informal) - gomawo (ko mah wah)
Thank you (standard) - gomapseumnida (ko map sum me da)
Thank you (formal) - gamsahamida (gam sa ham me da)
It’s nothing - anieyo (an nee hey yo)
Really? (informal) - Jin jjah (Jin jjah)
Really (standard) Jin jah ye yo (Jin jjah yay yo)
Really (formal) Jin jah nimeda (Jin jjah im me da)
Word of the day: Perdition, noun, The future state of the wicked, hell
Business: Wrote 1 email to add into the autoresponder. I also add the email sign up form.
So the autoresponder sequence is LIVE.
The project I’m working on right now is a website that promotes stuff (not penis pills or
PAM AM. Multi Level Marketing is for the proletariat) and I get a cut every time they buy shit
from the website. The commission range from $5 to $37.
Plan right now is gradually adding content for the website, email marketing, SEO crap, and
video marketing.
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I’m going to alternate:
Day #1: write emails
Day #2: write content for website
Day #3: video marketing / SEO work
I need to rise more capital, eventually I’ll just be outsourcing 99 percent of the work. The 1
percent is me delegating this work to Indians and Asians on odesk.com
Meditation: NEW. Haven’t add this yet, but I’m going to do some meditation. I actually
got Zen training by a white guy. Every session, I would meditate for 45 minutes in a group. It was
pretty cool. More to come.
Daily Conclusion:
I heard some Internet nerd mentioned, ”What your doing is cacoon mode”.
(”Cacoon mode”? Don’t judge Internet nerds slangs, they’re a weird bunch)
Apparently cacoon mode is when someone doesn’t socialize, doesn’t have a job, and puts
himself into study or body building to morph into a butterfly, or something equally homo.
I say my life is pretty balance between health, wealth and relationship.
This isn’t cacoon mode, it’s UBERMENSCH MODE. Bitch.
It’s already day #7. Damn.
Ubermensch Day #8: Hotel Sex (2011-10-29 04:57)
I slept for 3 hours. Slept at 3: AM to 7:00 AM, then went to the gym.
I was wondering while I was laying in bed - is this even fucking possible for the body to repair
itself after 3 hours of sleep? But - what about the ultra marathon runner guy who ... [1]runs 52
marathons in 52 days. How does HE do it? Apparently, he slept for only 5 hours per day.
Then I hanged out with the girlfriend, we hanged out all day long and had sex. In the morning.
In the evening. At night. Then morning.
At one point I was about to pass out, because I only slept for 4 hours and was up for 18 hours.
Such a long day.
Did nothing but rigorous sex. It’s like jogging.
1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dean_Karnazes
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Ubermensch Day #9: Social Tennis (2011-10-30 05:08)
Halloween drunk fest adventure
Hanged out with the Chinese chick all day, overnight, and into the afternoon, we stayed until
5:00 PM. I was about to go home, but there’s another Korean girl who wants to hang out.
Normally I would go home and sleep - because I feel tired and un-productive as FUCK, how-
ever, all work and no play makes Jack dull.
I only hanged out with the Korean girl because she’s interesting - she’s intelligent, humorous
and witty - something you don’t find in a girl often.
Even ought I rarely, if ever have platonic friendship with a girl (I told the Korean girl this)
but I made her an exception because she’s an outlier.
The conversation flows and there’s no awkward pause as we drank and talked the Halloween
night away.
How to pass tests women throw out
Socializing with her is like a tennis game, where I have to think 3 steps ahead. Literally. It
goes like:
1) To come up with a reply
2) To come up with a reply that isn’t try hard or seeking validation
3) To come up with a reply that socially ”cool” because it comes from a place of self confi-
dence and non-caring.
Example:
Her: Are you gay?
Level 1 reply: What?! No, I like girls. Actually, the other day I was on a date with this girl
... [trying too hard to seek validation and correcting her]
Level 2 reply: ”Haha” [Succinct but it’s decent.]
Level 3 reply: ”Yeah. He’s black.” [Humorous, self confidence. Not trying to impress. The
”cool” answer]
She constantly tease - well, not really tease. More like test how I react. So she’s throwing
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out constant tests, not to the point of obnoxious but a mixture of normal conversation, teasing, and
tests.
• She tells me that I’m too old for her, even ought I’m 2 years older then her. I don’t bother with
a clever retort. Sometimes silence IS the retort.
• I ”accidentally” get her name mixed up with another Korean girl name. An under the radar
blow to her ego.
• She says her boobs are too small. I tell her to massage it to get it bigger. She tells me her
boyfriend is not here to massage it, she wonders if other guys can help? I don’t offer SHIT. It’s
a very, very, subtle test. Bitch thinks I can’t see right through it.
• She says I have no muscles to become a model. ”Do you even hit the gym?”
On and on. I’m pretty sure she’ll throw intermittent tests at me until the day I die.
Getting trolled by a waitress
We each drank 3 glasses of beer each. Of course, I don’t buy her drinks. The waitress gave me
the change, which is a $5, for a $10 bill. I gave her the $5 and told her to give me change, she told
me ”Oh, thank you” and TAKES THE $5. I’m like, ”LOL U TROLL ME!”
3 of my friends came and I made the my friend, who is a chick with a short skirt, drink 2 pints
of beer. She ask me if I’m buying her a drink, I said ”Ha. No.”
Later the Korean chick thanks me, and told me to call her again to hang out again. She insist,
even ought I stood up on her on the first ”date”. Ha.
Anyways, time to resume back to Project Ubermensch.
Daily Conclusion
After hanging out with the Chinese chick, I really wanted to go home and sleep.
However, I elected to hang out with the Korean chick because I know it will be a interesting to
hang out with her, since she’s very socially adept.
Through her and many other girls, I’ll sharpen my social skills into a razor sharp point to stab
her brains and give her a good mind fuck.
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1.2 November
Ubermensch Day #10: Deeper Understanding (2011-11-01 00:42)
Polyphasic sleep: Slept for 8 hours today. Apparently polyphasic sleep is not conductive to muscles
synthesis, AKA ”nigga, it kills your gain!”. I need to research more indepth into this. More time
saved is okay for a slightly slower muscles growth.
Exercise: Went to the gym and did chest and bicep exercises like a boss. My 6 max rep for
incline with dumbbells is 52 lbs @ 155 lbs bodyweight. Not a big fan of dumb bells, but I ’ll strive
to push myself harder at the gym.
Reading: 1 hour of reading, read close to a 100 pages. It’s a small big ought. Read ”The
Narrow Road by” by Felix Dennis, he has a net worth of $500 Million. Anyways, I re-read the book
because it’s the pragmatic and REAL, like Miyamoto Musashi book of ”Five Rings”.
One of my favourite passage from the book is:
”Team spirit is for losers, financially speaking. It is the glue that blinds losers together - a
strategy used by empoyers to shackle useful employees into their desk ... anyone arguing that this is
an old fashioned approach to business is either an academic or teacher, probably at a fancy business
school. They will be full of hot air and exciting theories ... they will never have risk everything they
own on the narrow road [ed: road to riches]”
Learning foreign language: An hour of language learning from livemocha.com, really good
free site. I realize that, instead of learning formal and super polite form of Korean, I should stick to
casual form, this will be faster progression then learned 3 ways of saying ”Thank you”.
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Oct 31 2011
I’m good - chew zom me da
I’m not so good - ku joe cross zom me da
What is your name? - tongue shin nay eru min [pause] wash eme ka
My name is - chode eh eru min [name]
Nice to meet you - mana so pam get zom me da
Word of the day: nyctophobia /nik-tuh-foh-bee-uh/ noun - fear of the night or darkness
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Business: Right now there’s 3 phases to the business model, and I’m stage 1.
The 3 stages are:
1. Building the website and adding the content.
2. Writing the email marketing follow ups
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3. Driving visitors to the website (via video marketing and search engine optimization)
Revenues method: Strictly promoting other people’s product for commissions. There’s one
vendor that sells a diet info product that converts well, the commission is $32. I also promote
physical products, but the commission is low - ranging fro $5 to $10 per sale.
I will be promoting 5 different products - so in case if they don’t buy from this company,
they can buy from another.
Here’s what needs to be done:
Content for website progress: 5/50 pages
Email Marketing Follow ups: 1/52 emails
Video marketing: 0/50 videos
SEO Links: 0/50 links
Most important thing right now is writing the emails, which is basically a sales funnel and
entertaining e-newsletter rolled into one.
Daily conclusion:
Minimalism: Aside from the obvious necessities, the only material things you really need in
life is 3 sets of clothes, a laptop and a cellphone. Everything else is clutter.
To prevent burn out, Saturday and Sunday is a day off. I find Sunday is a good time to do
laundry, grocery, and cleaning around the house. Relax and do nothing.
After going to the gym, and eating breakfast, my priority should be building the business.
Then the rest of the day can fall into place.
Ubermensch Day #11: Physical Exhaustion (2011-11-02 15:14)
Polyphasic sleep: I slept for 8 hours. I slept from 3:00 AM to Noon. Something I has been on my
mind and I can’t take proper naps.
Exercise: Legs day. Went to the gym to do squats, leg press and calve excercises. Pushed
myself pretty hard in the gym. I’m so Zen that when people do bicep curls in the squat bar, I don’t
even care.
Reading: Read 30 pages of Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us by Daniel H.
Pink. He talks about intrinsic motivation, the pit falls of external motivation, and all that crap. A
good read to understanding people and more applicability, what distinguish a bad employee from a
good employee (can be useful for future hiring purpose)
Learning foreign language:
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Current method of learning doesn’t involve learning the alphabet or grammar, or even the
vocabulary.
I’m doing rote memorization of the phrases, and then pronouncing the words, trying my best
to do without the foreigner accent. After I’m done the LiveMocha exercises then I can learn the
proper grammar/alphabets.
Good execution is better then perfect planning.
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Nov 01 2011
Where are you from? - tongue shin en [pause] oh de so wash eme ka
I’m from - chou um [pause] oh de so wasp zom me da
How old are you? - tongue shin in [pause] yo sa de she me ka
I am years old - nan in yo za de [pause] me da
I don’t understand - chil moo get sum me da
Word of the day: aioli, ”i yo lee”, a sauce made of oil and eggs
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Business: n/a. I’m sorely lagging behind in the business department, I need to prioritize by
doing marketing the FIRST thing in the morning. I’m leaving it to the late evening, and by that
time I’m really exhausted.
Daily Conclusion:
I need to see a doctor, I’m experiencing chronic fatigue. I’m not sure what it is but it has
been a while since I went to the family doctor. Maybe proper sleep and stop drinking coffee helps
but I will continue with the polyphasic sleep, I like napping.
My current wallpaper says: ”When the work get overwhelming, remember that you’e going to
die”.
Ubermensch Day #12: Back On Track (2011-11-03 02:33)
Polyphasic sleep: Close to 10 hours of sleep. I need to get back on track again but at the same time,
my body needs that sleep because from the heavy lifting from the gym. I was squatting 225 lbs for
reps and really pushing myself.
Exercise: n/a. No gym on Wednesdays.
Reading: 30 pages of Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us by Daniel H.
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Pink. He talks about ”motivation 3.0”, how people need autonomy to become more happier.
Motivation 3.0 means working with meaning and deriving deeper satisifcation then Motivation 2.0,
where work is boring, and tightly controlled. He also talks about Flow: The Psychology of Optimal
Experience by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi.
Learning foreign language:
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Nov 02 2011
Good bye - chai guy yo
It’s okay (casual) - quin chan na
It’s okay (formal) - quin chan na YO
I’m okay - Nah quin chan na
How pretty (casual) - yup poo da
How pretty (formal) yup poo yo
It’s pretty, isn’t it? (casual) yup poo gee
It’s pretty, isn’t it? (formal) yup poo gee yo
Word of the day: Metempirical (met-empirical, adjective) Beyond or outside the field of expe-
rience.
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Business: I wrote 1 email today, part helpful advice, part product recommendation for profit.
At this rate, it’s going to take me a while to write 52 emails, FML. I need to up the ante by writing
5 marketing emails per day to put into the autoresponder (AKA, spam loader).
Tommorow I will try my best to write 5 emails but most likely 3. At the rate of 3 emails
per day, it will take me 17 days to write 52 emails. Not bad, considering I just write it once and be
done with it forever.
Content for website progress: 5/50 pages
Email Marketing Follow ups: 2/52 emails
Video marketing: 0/50 videos
SEO Links: 0/50 links
Daily Conclusion:
At the beginning of this year, January 25th 2011, I wrote:
That means, daily:
1. build business [edit: sporadic]
2. exercise [edit: started daily Nov 2010]
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3. meditate [edit: didn’t complete this habit]
4. read [edit: Yes, daily habit since April when I bought the ebook reader]
5. socialize [edit: Great progress]
I have been writing in a private journal since 2007, and I notice the pattern is, whenever I
write down, I eventually get around to doing it, including moving to another city to play poker and
starting an Internet biz.
Only thing to speed up this progress is, someone should have told me to ”don’t confuse read-
ing with action”. Oh well, live and learn.
Ubermensch Day # 13: Lucid Sex (2011-11-03 05:55)
Polyphasic sleep: I slept for 8 hours. I messed up my polyphasic sleeping schedule last week, I need
to get back on track. Last night I slept for 8 hours. Forgot what I dreamed about.
Exercise: Woke up in the morning feeling like utter shit. Ate breakfast and went to the gym
always, dead lift 215 lbs @ 155 lbs body weight. I lift definiately went down ever since I vacation for
2 1/2 months, however I’ll work my best to bring my personal record for dead lifts (275 lbs).
At one point, I broke my fucking back dead lifting heavily weights.
Reading: Read 25 pages of of Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us by
Daniel H. Pink. The author with the very homosexual sound last name kept repeating ”Intrinsic
motivation is good, BAH BAH BLAAAAAAAH”. Yes mon, I get it. I’m almost done the book, only
35 more pages to go.
Learning foreign language:
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Nov 03 2011
Love - sa rang
I love you - sa rang hey
I love you (formal) - sa rang hey yo
I love you (very formal) - sa rang ham ni da
Oh dear, or OH MY GOD - i-go
Give me , please - jew say yo
Who - new goo
What - moo uht
When - uh ch aa
Where - aa dee ae
How - aa duh kay
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Why - weh
Word of the day: Obscurantism (obsure ran tism) noun, Opposition to the increase and spread of
knowledge.
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Business: This is bad, I’m leaving the business part to 2:00 AM, where there is no creative
juice left in my brains to write email copies. I need to switch up the routine - hit the gym, write the
3 email copies, THEN I can go on with reading and daily language learning.
However, I’m not surprise because I have implemented 3 habits at a time, and 1 is bound to
slip up.
Daily Conclusion:
I picked up watching Anime again, 2 episodes per day. Or 730 in 365 days. At 2 episodes
per day, that’s 40 minutes in total. In a year’s time, that’s 14600 minutes, or 243 hours, or 10 full
days of watching TV. Cool.
Resuming back to Polyphasic sleep. Need to lucid dream - flying and having sex at the same
time.
Ubermensch Day #14 : I’m a scholar (2011-11-05 02:17)
Polyphasic sleep: Slept for 8 hours a day. Feels good man. However, tonight I’m going to make
progress again by setting up the alarm for my 3 hours core nap. Going to resume back to polyphasic
sleep, even if it means initial fatigue.
Exercise: Tricep and shoulders day. Groan and make orgasmic faces in the gym.
Was about to ”flirt” with a Korean girl in the gym, then I hestitated - is it worth it? I have 2
seperate dates this weekend, do I need a third one? Or should I go there with frame of mind of just
talking? But why would I waste my time just ”talking”? Thoughts like that run through my mind, I
ended up leaving after the work out.
Reading: Read another 30 pages of Drive: the surprising truth about what drives us, by Daniel
H. Pink. The information within the book does make sense, however the author is a bit repetitive.
He ”uncovers” (more like borrow) a few psychological findings, then hammers and nails it over and
over again. He’s a baby boomer, so I’ll assume it’s a senile thing.
List of books I read so far this year, beginning back in April 2011:
1. Drive: the surprising truth about what drives us, by Daniel H. Pink
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2. Great by Choice: Uncertainty, Chaos, and Luck– Why Some Thrive Despite Them All by Jim
Collins
3. The Effortless Life, by Leo Babauta
4. The Time Management Masterclass By James Mankelow
5. Everyday Zen By Joko Beck
6. Zen and the Art of Poker By Larry K. Philips
7. The Narrow Road: short guide to getting rich by Dennis Felix
8. Play Poker As a Business: Rob Tucker
9. A Year of Living Generously: Dispatches from the Frontlines of Philanthropy by Lawrence
Scanlan
10. Make Your Own Rules: A Renegade Guide To Unconventional Success By Josh Young
11. Nothing Special by Joko Beck
12. The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference by Malcolm Gladwell
13. Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking by Malcolm Gladwell
14. Outliers: The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell
15. Freakonomics by Steven D. Levitt
16. Racing Towards Excellence by Muzaffar A. Khan
17. A 450 page book on the history of Ancient civilizations, I forgot the name.
Upcoming books I’ll reading:
Emailing Marketing: An Hour A Day
It’s Not About The Bike: By Lance Armstrong
The Elegant Universe
Learning foreign language:
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Nov 04 2011
Monday - Wha yo eel
Tuesday - que yo eel
Wednesday - sue yo eel
Thursday - mak gyo eel
Friday - kum yo eel
Saturday - tow yo eel
Sunday - ee yo eel
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Word of the day: prehensible (adjective) - Able to be seized or grasped.
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Business: Wrote 1 marketing email today. That’s 3/52 emails progress so far.
But even better, I highly optimalize the website so the visitors join my e-newsletter, which I
spam, er, RECOMMEND them with stuff. Ha. The 6 page website gets a modest 35 visitors per
day, I need to build the website from 6 pages to 60 pages (more content, more visitors) but first I
have to complete my email campaign first.
Need to hustle HARD. But happy with today’s progress, I’m more concerned about develop-
ing a HABIT building the business, then making money. Sounds strange doesn’t it? But by building
a habit, I defeat procastination, and 1 step closer to 10k per month.
Tommorow I will write 3 emails to add into the list.
Daily Conclusion:
The Internet has alot of information JUNK. Like junk food and junk music videos.
Maybe that’s why I avoid logging on Facebook and reading blogs, because most of it (includ-
ing this) is just inane bull shit.
Investing in an e-reader ( $139, kobo) is probably one of the best investment I ever made.
Why? Because I have downloaded, ahem, pirate over 500 books and counting. I will never buy a
book ever again, the hall mark of a true Jew.
This marks the 2nd week of Project Ubermensch, and time flies. It seems like yesterday. It
seems that I’m jumping through a time warp of some sort, because I wake up every morning feeling
GOOD. It’s like good sex, hours seem like minutes.
Evaluation of the 2nd week:
Pro:
Going to the gym on schedule without skipping. I have kept this habit for a year now, and
most likely, for the rest of my life.
Reading everyday on the e-reader. It has become very enjoyable. I hit the gym, come back
to eat breakfast and read. It’s a habit now, been going on for 7 months now.
Language learning has become enjoyable - and more important, a habit.
Cons:
Still need to develop a polyphasic sleeping schedule since I like sleeping so much. 8 Hours
per day. However, I need to cut it down into 4. More time, more conscious waking time.
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Business - I need to take it more seriously. Over the course of 3 years I have dicked around
and made $20,000 USD doing online marketing. It’s time to stop trolling people on the Internet and
take marketing more seriously. 10K per month from Internet Marketing is modest me think.
The day I give a homeless person $100 is the day I’m balling.
Ubermensch Day #15 : Sexy Saturday! (2011-11-06 04:01)
Wake up in the morning, roll out of bed at 10:00 AM after sleeping for 6 hours, take a bath, pass out
in the bath, come back and sleep again.
Wake up at 1:30 PM, hurried breakfast then hang out with the girlfriend. Sex in the hotel stair-
way. Come back home at midnight.
I am tired as heck.
It feels good doing nothing. And you know what? Life is good :)
Ubermensch Day #16 : Think day (2011-11-07 00:08)
Polyphasic sleep: I don’t have the discipline to sleep for 3 hours then wake up, because my body will
fall asleep again. Instead, to resume back to polyphasic sleeping schedule, I’ll just slowly reduce my
sleeping hours from 8 to 7. Then 6 to 5. Until I can have a core nap of 3 hours without waking up
and passing out again.
Exercise: Sunday a much needed rest. In 2 months, the New Year resolution crowd - the fatties
- will come and join the gym, only to be motivated for 2 weeks MAX, before they drop out. They’re
always an entertaining bunch.
I, on the other hand, have been intrinically motivated to lift weight, and Oct 11th 2011 marked
my 1 year of regularlly going to the gym. Yeah it feels good to goad, I earned it.
Reading: Finished reading up Drive: the surprising truth about what drives us, by Daniel H. Pink.
I will NOT read books by him in the future, because he’s a senile old man.
On the side note, e-readers like the Kindle and Nook and Kobo IS the FUTURE. Paper back books
will be the thing of the past, like fax machines and pager. You can buy a kindle for $79 and pirate
all the books (or buy them for $2 each).
Paper back books will become a passe, read and carried around by hipsters. The general popualtion
will read on their Kindle.
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Learning foreign language: n/a
Business: n /a
Daily Conclusion:
Think - plan - do. Sunday is the day to relax, have sex, and plan.
Ubermensch Day #17 : Speak Sexy Korean (2011-11-08 00:09)
Polyphasic sleep: I slept from 9:00 PM to 1:00 AM, for 4 hours of sleep. Then I took 2 naps, 12:00
PM and 6:00 PM. Looks like everything is going good.
Exercise: Went to the gym EARLY in the morning. Like at 7:00 AM. Saw the cardio bunny,
she was there when I first started 12 months ago. I also saw this nerd who looks like he has slight
down syndrome. It has been 12 months and I don’t see any visible improvement for him but then
again, he just does random exercises.
This month marks the 13th month of my habit going to the gym regularly. This comes from
intrinsic motivation. More of this below.
Reading: 30 pages of ”How to control your KI” or ”Spirit of the Samurai” by some old man
(I assume) with a Ph.D. Talks about Samurai culture and how they control their mind - to have a
mind of steel. I learning how to control my KI (mind). I consume 500 ml of alochol while reading,
then I pass out.
Learning foreign language:
Today I briefly talked to a Korean chick, she looked shocked and asked if I’m Korean. ”Just
learning” said. She compliments on my pronunciation.
Instead of being a really pale SNSD Korean, she looks like an over worked, dark Chinese rice
farmer. I only spoke Korean to her because the store is owned and run by a Korean family.
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Nov 07 2011
Student - hakseng (hack sin)
I am - imnida - im me da
Are you? - imnikka - im me ka
Yes - beh (bay)
No - an ni yo
Word of the day: canny (kan-ee) adjective, Careful; cautious; prudent.
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Business:
Woke up at 1:00 AM and felt motivated as fuck, partially out of boredom. Wrote 4 emails.
I need to write 156 emails for the email compaign. The email e-newsletter sends out 3 emails
spaced per week (2, 2, 3). Therefore it requires 156 emails for a campaign that last per year.
Current progress: Email Marketing Follow ups: 7/156 emails
Daily Conclusion:
I have switched from extrinsic motivation (the money, the cars, the naked chick with enor-
mous big tits) to a more intrinsic motivation (money for freedom, to help people in need, improve to
the best of my ability).
Apparently it helps, in terms of facing minor set backs and obtacles, but my nigga, life is a
marathon of sustained progression. Like this blog, I’m not blogging for money, and I’m yelling into
an empty crowd, yet I don’t give a fuck and blog every. single. day.
Funny, I remember that 4-5 years ago I tried something similar to Project Ubermensch but I
gave in 2 weeks in because I didn’t understand certain concepts, like sustained progress, incremental
progress, and intrinsic motivation. Or, maybe it’s because I’m a bit older and wiser. YEAH. Nigga.
Ubermensch Day #18 : Relevation (2011-11-09 00:51)
Polyphasic sleep: I slept for 10 hours today. It seems my body NEEDS the sleep. I slept at 3:00 AM,
woke up at 6:45 AM to the alarm, then passed out until 1:30 PM or so for 10 hours of sleep. I’m sure
people suffering from insomnia don’t over exert themselves in the gym. I will, however, try sleeping
for 7 hours for core sleep and gradualy lessen the core sleep. I will try polyphasic sleep indefinitely.
Yesterday I had a dream of a Mexican kid with a shotgun in my backyard. He killed the
mail man for the ps3 then buried him, as I watched him behind the curtain. Then he came close to
the curtain, looking to spot for any witness. I hid beneath the window, but he saw me! He somehow
pick locked open the door and tried to shot gun blast me. I grabbed the gun barrel but out of
nowhere, he had a knife and slashed my throat. I woke up.
Today I had a dream of walking down the streets, and 2 koreans in their teens or early 20s
spoke Korean to me. I can’t distinguish if one of them is male or female. Maybe its’ a she-male.
Before meeting them, I was in a big resort where one of them is a serial killer, and somehow I
managed to escape by climbing over the wall and running down the street.
I need to lucid dream more.
Exercise: Woke up sore. Marched to the gym, proceeded to do squats and leg exercises. I
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grunt and make war faces. Saw 3 college chicks in yoga pants in doggy position doing thigh leg
raise, attention whoring as usual. I look at them, unbashed. YEAH, PUT DAT ASS IN THE AIR.
I WANNA SEE THAT ASS CRACK. After hitting the gym, I was itching to go home to do some
reading.
Reading: 30 pages of ”Oriental Philosophy” (20 more pages to go) which is basically a com-
pliation of Confucius and Buddhism by some old man with a Ph.D. He also talks about controling
ki energyj.
I tried reading in the bed, but my focus was off. The most amazing place to read is having
a hot bath while reading with bright lights. Also as good as sex. Holy shit, 100 percent concentration
on the book. I’m going to exclusively read while taking a bath only.
Learning foreign language: Time to learn the korean alphabet, called Hangul. Unlike Japanese, it
has 14 consonants, 14 vowels. Thank god. You probably notice I only learn 5 things per day - no
more, no less. That’s good, a steady fast attitude is better then cramming. Apparently, scientist
found that spaced out learning is better for memory retention.
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Nov 08 2011
Long horizontal line vowel - consonant goes on top, vowel goes on bottom
Long vertical line vowel - consonants goes left, vowel goes on right
14 consonants, 14 vowels, consonants and vowels pair
1O (ka)
4O (nah)
7O (ta)
9O (rah)
AO (mah)
Word of the day: plebiscite (noun) - pelb bah site: The vote by which the people of a politi-
cal unit determine autonomy or affiliation with another country.
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Business: Wrote 4 emails, which totals up to around 1200 words. I hit my first bench mark
of 12 emails (4800 words total). I gradualy write 156 emails and built my website into an authority
website with 100 pages of content. Then link building. This project will take around 3-4 months to
complete.
Once it’s done, I expect it to generate passive income for years (at least 5). A nice 5 figure
yearly income from this site would be nice. But we’ll see, once I’m done this project I’m moving on
to the next (publishing books on Amazon)
Email Marketing Follow ups: 12/156 emails
Daily Conclusion:
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I was once blind but now I see.
The world, and your life, don’t owe you SHIT. (Those kids with their macbooks and limp
wrists and tents occupying Wall Street should read my blog)
I think a good analogy is going to the gym and building muscles. Nobody is going to build
the muscles for you. Lifting the iron is a test of will and patience. The patience to slowly - over the
months and years - to lift heavier weight. The test of will to struggle and lift heavier weights.
Perhaps people aren’t biologically programmed for greatness. For example, if the average
cave man lived to 30 years old, his mission in life was to fuck some ho’, have a beer and go to sleep.
Maybe man haven’t been bioogically evolved to think long term. Maybe thats’ why things
like ”get rich quick” and diet pills are so popular. People want it NOW. Life is short if you lived until
30.
Ubermensch Day #19: 3 Best Movies Ever (2011-11-10 02:32)
[1]
Come here, I’m going to smack the shit outta you
Polyphasic sleep: For some reason I can’t nap last night. I ended up sleeping from 6:00 AM 2:00 PM
for a total of 8 hours. Today I will set the alarm, so I’ll sleep for 7 hours.
Exercise: There has been an influx of fat bitches in the gym lately. Whenever I see a bloated sea
cow (usually in female form), I see prolong sloth and gluttony, and lack of strength in character. One
fattie dared to wear booty short shorts in the gym. WHAT THE FUCK, HAVE SOME DIGNITY
AND PUT SOME PANTS ON. Also, no gym on Wednesday
Reading: Finished reading ”Oriential Philosophy (roughly 130 pages) which is basically a compli-
ation of the best eastern philsophy literatures. It inspires me to meditate more often. Single minded
concentration. What to read next ...
Learning foreign language: I’m learning 1 language per year. In 8 years time, I should be knowledge-
able in:
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1. Korean
2. Japanese
3. Mandarin
4. Vietnamese
5. French
6. Italian
7. Spanish
8. German
I should be able to communicate effectively with almost EVERYONE in the world. I might throw
Hindu and Arabic, maybe.
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Nov 09 2011
BO (pah)
EO (sa)
GO (Ah)
HO (jah)
JO(Cha)
Word of the day: kef keyf noun; A state of drowsy contentment
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Business: Wrote 2 articles today, for a total of 1000 words. Took me around 1.5 to 2 hours to
”research” and write it. I should be writing it more quickier without sacrificing quality. Any case, I’m
planning to write (at least) 1000 words per day. Nigga, I’m a hustla. So far the website construction
is going on good, getting about 2 new e-mail subscribers per day. Goal is to have 100 subscribers per
day. More subscribers, more money.
Daily Conclusion:
3 movies that changed my life (cliche but true):
1. Fight Club. ”I fuck how you want to fuck, I live how you want to live”, said Tyler Durden.
Fight Club have inspired and taught me simplicity, insanity, independence, and Zen like detachment.
2. Limitless. The protagonist takes some pills (NZT) that makes him super smart. While a fan-
tasy, the movie demonstrates the power of human intelligent, and how limitless our potential is. The
movie inspired me to study, read, and become a genius.
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3. Hanasaku Iroha The grandma in the anime series is an original gangster. Eh, she slaps peo-
ple, smokes and isn’t afraid of anything.
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Ubermensch Day #20: Broken Back (2011-11-11 04:56)
Polyphasic sleep: Slept for 8.5 hours today. Fuck my life. I can survive on less sleep on weekends
when I don’t hit the gym. Coincidence? Mother fucker.
Exercise: Woke up tired. Had a bowl of oats and hit the gym. I marched to the gym, and
did some straight leg dead lifts. 215 lbs for reps, I can feel my disc herniating. Fuck my life.
In 2 months, there’s going to be a New Year resolution crowd rush, clueless mother fuckers
doing random exercises, because they gained 10 pounds over the holidays. Sloth and gluttony. After
2 weeks, they’ll disspiate like hot piss steaming in the snow. At least I didn’t see the bloated sea cow
in her shorts shorts today.
Reading: Read 30 pages of ”It’s not about the bike” by Neil Armstrong. You know, the guy
with 1 testicular and wins alot of bike tours. Interesting read, it’s only 210 pages, I should finish it
in a jiffy. Pretty candid writing into the minds of a winner.
Learning foreign language: Slowly learning the korean alphabet, which is called ”Hangul”. It
looks pretty simple compared to learning Japanese 3 separate mother fucking alphabets.
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Nov 10 2011
KO - Kah (Like ka ka poop)
LO - tah
MO - pah
NO - ha
GQ - Yah
Word of the day: pansophy PAN-suh-fee , noun; - Universal wisdom or knowledge.
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Business: Wrote 1000 words today, 1.5 hours spent. I realize I’m going to make my first mil-
lion in the ”weight loss” niche. Fat mother fuckers who refuse to put the FUCKING SPOON DOWN.
It’s an industry that never dies because there’s fat fucks everywhere, and new one being created
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everyday.
Internet marketing isn’t a sexy business. This is what it’s like:
1. Research a market full of buyers
2. Look for companies that give you a cut from a sale (aka, affiliate program)
3. Join multiple companies with mutiple products that offer commissions, in case 1 company goes to
shit
3. Design and put up a website
4. Put content to attract visitors
5. Entice them to give you their emails, so you can spam them to shit. ”Buy this - or else I’ll fucking
kill you”
6. Use various traffic methods to bring visitors to your website (SEO, video marketing, Google ads)
7. Have a sales funnel of some sort, usually email marketing, so mother fuckers can buy stuff off you
And that’s basically it. Every step of the operation can be outsourced, so when I have the
fund, I’m going to hire an army of college kids with useless degrees to work for me.
Daily Conclusion:
Why are sport fans fat fucks? Sports is something you do, not watch. Who wants to be the
loser kid sitting on the side line watching the other kids play? But that’s what we have, a whole
generation of grown men sitting by the side line watching other men play sports, and they cheer
them on like little wimp wrist nancy boys.
How can you like baseket ball but not play it? How can you like ruby but not play it? It’s
like watching sex instead of doing it.
Yes, professional sports is entertainment. But it doesn’t make it any less shitty entertain-
ment.
I ignore sport fans.
Ubermensch Day #21: Human OS (2011-11-12 04:07)
Polyphasic sleep: It seems like my body automatically wakes p after 8 hours of sleep. Apparently
going to the gym and polyphasic sleep doesn’t go hand to hand, because the body NEEDS sleep to
synthesize the muscles. However, I think I should still SLOWLY train myself to shave off the hours,
maybe sleep for 6 hours then have a power nap.
Exercise: Woke up, ate a quick bowl of plain oat meals, and went to the gym. Shoulders
and tricep day, the gym is fucking crowded. Saw an Asian chick admiring me, she shriveled her head
15 degrees as I approach her bike station, staring me down.
In the past 12 months, I have put roughly 192 hours into the gym. 192 hours is 8 days of
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continous lifting. I think it’s going to take another 2 years to reach my ”ideal” body type. But even
that is not a goal. The goal is going to the gym itself, a Zen like activity of just lifting the iron
overhead like a deity, and putting it down.
Reading: Read 30 pages of ”It’s not about the bike” by Neil Armstrong. (60/210 pages) I
think he has ophelia complex because he keeps talking about his mom. Other then that, he mentions
there is no short cuts in life, and everything worth earning is through experience and WORKING
for. No magic pills to speak.
Learning foreign language: I’m very happy with my language progress so far. Why? Because
I know, at this rate, I’ll be fluent in Korean in a 1 year, and 1/2 at most.
I tried learning Japanese 4 years ago and I didn’t progress much. Why? I didn’t understand
progressive, incremental, habitual learning. I would learn for a day, then pick it up next week, then
skip for 4 months, then tried to learn some Japanese.
Daily, incremental improvement has many names - ”the 20 miles march” (From Good to Great book),
”the slight edge effect (From Jeff Olson)”, ”zen kai” (term coined by Japanese Honda company)
You know what I call it? Sit the fuck down and get to work method.
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Nov 11 2011
GS - Uh
GU - Yuh
G
W - Oh
G
[ - Yoh
G
\ - Ooh
G
` - You
Word of the day:zeal zeel noun; fervor for a person, cause or object
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Business: Using quantcast.com to do intelligence research on the competitor, then using SEM-
rush.com to reverse engineer their website. So basically I’m sitting back, OBSERVE how the websites
are making money, and reverse engineering them. Putting up content and product offers that is very
similar to them. There’s no need to re-invent the wheel. If there’s a shortcut to success, just copy
what successful websites are doing.
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The dead guy, Steve Jobs once said: ”Good artists copy, and great artists steal”. And I’m
”stealing” by reverse engineering. By the way, I don’t own any apple products, because their fan base
- full of limp wrist gay guys and hipsters - greatly distrubs me.
Ironically, I found an iphone 3, and an ipod classic (64 gigs) walking down the street. The
less you want, the more it gives you - kinda like a good woman.
Daily Conclusion:
If you think about it, our reality is like an computer operating system. Some people have a
virus in their mind and they’re fucking crippled. Like people with chronic depression, or irrational
phobias ... or being a hipster.
Some people FAIL to critically analyze and question the operating system that have been in-
stalled into their brains by their parents, teachers, and industrial tyacoons who want them to become
obedient worker bees.
Take reading for example - IT’S AMAZING.
Book is the accumulation of mankind’s knowledge. Yet school makes reading so boring, that
people refuse to pick up a book after their done college. Shakespare? Dry academic assertions
written by a pedophile professor? Read a book and analyze how the pen is a symbolic representation
for the repression of women’s rights? LOL.
50 Cents (the rapper) became rich because he said ”Nigga please, u gay.”
Ubermensch Day #22: Do Nothing (2011-11-13 03:27)
[1] Chihaya Furu - hehe he ... hhahaha ... ha. ; ;
Nothing beats a relaxing Saturday. Did the laundry for bedsheets, thread my eyebrows like a gay
guy, played some Call of Duty: Modern Warefare 3, and most likely will be watching cartoons later
tonight.
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Ubermensch Day #23 : Old People (2011-11-13 07:26)
SUNDAY IS REST DAY (With a bit of work, thinking, pondering, and video gaming thrown in)
Daily Conclusion:
There are 7 billion people on this earth, and some people have too much stuff - especially baby
boomers. They should learn from the Japanese and embrace minimalism. The material things you
need in life - a bed. A laptop. Maybe a cellphone.
People with too much stuff, so they have to store it in long term storage facilities, costing them
$50, $100 per month. Instead of having a piano they hardly use, how about learn the spirit of sharing
and donate it to a local community center, where poor kids can use it. (or steal it, if they’re black.
Just kidding)
Repeat after me, people with too much stuff: all you need is a bed, a laptop, and a place to mastur-
bate. You can probably do it in the washroom mall.
But it’s too late. After those baby boomer dies, there’s going to be alot of useless junk in the
land fill, especially their old furnitures that NOBODY WANTS.
Ubermensch Day #24: Molest Korean Chick (2011-11-14 06:15)
[1]
Today, I mollested a Korean chick for a bit, then told her ”So, we should be boyfriend and girlfriend
now”. She says, ”Yes”
I woke up at noon, tired as heck. Got dressed and hanged out with her for 6 hours, it was
raining. We danced in the rain and kissed. I taught her how to tango.
We marched up the street and went to th first sushi restaurant we found. It was some Chi-
nese run restaurant with a hyper attentive waitress.
The korean girl is fond of love letters, for some strange reasons. And, normally I wouldn’t
write her one, but in a calculated move, I wrote her a ”love letter” on a napkin while we’re eating
sushi. A spontaneous act, if you will.
”Dear ———
I’m writing this love letter to you on a napkin, and it will be the best you’ll ever read.
I really like you, because your smart, funny, sarcastic, and awkward in a cute way.
This is the first love letter I ever written, on a napkin. It’s romantic, isn’t it?
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I will make you my girlfriend
- Ubermensch, the guy who’s cool and smarter then ——
(Later when she’s sitting on my lap and reading the letter, she says: ”So you’re smarter and
cooler then me huh?”. Without missing a beat, I said yes. She leans forward and makes out with
me. Then she carefully stuffs the napkin love letter into her zippered purse. LOL)
We split the restaurant bill Hint: buying dinner for girls on a date is for beta males
Afterwards be bought a bottle of Apple vodka (335 ml) and got drunk.
I took her to a 5 star hotel.
”Hey baby, I’m going to show you the best hotel room, it’s right this way”.
I opened the door. It’s a stairway, where I proceeded to molest her a bit.
”Listen,” I said. ”I really like you. It’s about time we become boyfriend and girlfriend now”
”Yes!” she exclaimed. ”But wait, are you sure?”
”Yes,” I said.
”Are you really sure ...” she said again, incredulous.
”Yes I am. Look, I’m busy. And when I’m in a relationship, I don’t mess around with other girls” as
I gazed lovingly into her eyes.
”I love you” I whipsered while gazing into her eyes.
”I love you too” she chirped back.
Lying through your teeth gets easy when you do it often. We stayed in the stairway for a good 30
minutes.
Daily Conclusion:
Replacing bad Internet habits with productive ones ...
Checking emails = do not check emails, unless absolutely have too
Checking facebook/twitter = do not log into it, unless absolutely necessary (better yet, don’t have
an account)
Logging into messenger = do not log into messenger, unless absolutely have too
Watching retarded youtube videos = make your own youtube videos
Read a blog post = write your own blog post (or write a book)
Browsing a website to kill time = read a book
Playing World of Warcraft = it’s time for you to quit life
Now that I think of it, the Internet is such a huge double edge productivity sword
I think I can simplify my computer usage time:
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Use it to learn foreign language
Use it to do video marketing
Use it to do online marketing
Use it to watch anime
Use it for shopping on Ebay
Use it for online banking
Use it for research
Notice there’s no email/facebook/twitter/blogs in the above list. Man ... forget facebook, what
a cesspool.
Going to get back on the grind tommorow.
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Ubermensch Day #25: Become the 1 percent (2011-11-16 06:36)
Polyphasic sleep: Slept for 6 hours with Intermit naps. My sleeping schedule is fucked, I woke up at
22:00
Exercise: 1 hour of walking. Went to the mall and bought myself pen and a notepad for
writing.
Reading: Read 20 pages of ”It’s not about the bike” by Neil Armstrong. (80/210 pages). I’m
at the part where he talks about he how he deals with testcular cancer, he made me paranoid that I
might have cancer of the balls, because mine is a bit sore, but it’s most likely from my drunken dry
humping from last night. Will see the doctor soon ought.
Learning foreign language:
Hand written 2 pages of Hangul, 14 consonants, and 10 vowels. After I learn the double
vowels, I have learned the whole Korean alphabet. The goal is to know how to write and pronounce
Hangul competently - and gradually learn how to read Korean. I’m excited.
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Nov 16 2011
G
a - Euh
Gc - e
GQ - ya
GO - ah
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G
a - uh
Word of the day: apocrypha uh-POK-ruh-fuh , noun; - Various religious writings of uncertain
origin regarded by some as inspired, but rejected by most authorities.
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Business: Spent 45 minutes on an email campaign, was fixing and formatting the first 12
emails, which is like 1 month worth of email (3 emails per week). In this email campaign I have 50
emails already loaded up, the goal is 156 emails, which is 1 year’s worth of promotion and keeping
in contact with the ”customers” AKA buy stuff you consumer sheep.
I had 1 website that was just sitting there, it was making $150 to $500 per month, and made
me over $6000 USD until the main company that was making me money went down to shit. I was
resting on my ass, confident that it will make me $10,000 USD profit just by sitting there.
I was wrong. The company shot down to shit, and it took me nearly 4-5 months to switch
companies so I can make more money but I lagged behind, because life is busy.
While making money on the Internet is relatively ”passive” (it is a business, afterall) but you
need a hard working ethic, something like 12 to 18 hours a day working to build a multi-million
dollar company me think.
I’ll try to work 4-12 hours a day, 7 days a week. Life as a start up entrepeneur.
Daily Conclusion:
”All men are born alike, it’s their habits that sets them apart”.
And thinking, why am I taking 2 days off, when I should be doing this 7 days a week, 365
days a year.
”Genius is 1 percent inspiration, 99 perspiration”
And this is where most fat middle age house wife get it wrong - the ”secret” and ”law of at-
traction” doesn’t work for weight loss. What works is running, fattie.
The mediocre mass is mediocre because of their habits - watching TV, endless Internet surf-
ing, reading celebrity gossip. What if you can replace watching TV habit with reading? Interesting.
Ubermensch Day #26: Testicular cancer (2011-11-17 06:55)
Polyphasic sleep: My sleeping schedule is fucked, I think I have chronic fatique from the irrelgular
sleeping schedule, I have to see the doctor soon to do a check up.
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Exercise: Chest and bicep day. Curl like a bro, bench like a bro. I really don’t like going to
the gym when it’s crowded, too much people. Going in the morning - like at 7:00 AM is nice. It’s
mostly old people that hit the gym in the morning. I always like looking at the starving Arabic /
Indian guys with popped collar squatting in the smith machines. Tee hee.
Reading: Read 30 pages of ”It’s not about the bike” by Neil Armstrong. (110/210 pages).
The book made me paranoid that I might have testicular cancer, so I fondled my balls and now it
hurts. I’m going to see the doctor to do some blood work soon to test for balls cancer.
Learning foreign language: General review of the Korean alphabet (hangul) and learn 5 new
words. Roughly 1 hour of learning.
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Nov 17 2011
Brother = Oppa (what female call their old brothers or boyfriends)
Brother = hyung (what male call their older brothers)
Sister = Unni (what female call their older sister or female friends)
Sister = noona (what male call their older sisters or female friends)
Calling everyone else = toon sane (if they’re younger then you, applies to both male and female)
Word of the day: Galvanize (verb), (GAL-va-nize) - spurring someone into thought or ac-
tion
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Business: Wrote 12 emails, promoting a product that nets $39 per sale. 12 emails equals to
1 month worth of ”contact”, paced at 3 emails per week (roughly an email every two days). I’m
looking to up the pace, from writing 4 emails per day, to 12 emails per day.
The business components basically works in 3 categories:
Email marketing - writing emails to load into the autoresponder, ”keeping in contact with
customers”, in brick and motar parlance
Traffic generation - search engine marketing, search engine optimization, video marketing etc. To
get visitors, in brick and motar parlance
Website itself - Lots of contents, the ”store” in brick and motar parlance
I need to step up working 1 hour per day to 3 hours per day, then to 6. There’s no such
thing as ”easy get money fast” money, even when it comes to Internet marketing.
Daily Conclusion:
Reading Neil Armstrong book made a positive impact in my life - namely, I’m booking an
appointment with the doctor tommorow to check out my BALLS, just in case I got testicular cancer.
Nothing is more un-aesthetic them having 1 testical. Tee-hee.
I have a wallpaper on my laptop. It’s a picture of a school kid sitting with the caption:
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”When work feels overwhelming, remember that you’re going to die”. Lulz. It resonances well with
me.
Ubermensch Day #27: Masturbation Habit (2011-11-18 02:38)
Polyphasic sleep: Winter is fast approaching. I’m going to sleep through the winter with 8 to 10
hours sleep. I don’t give a fuck.
Exercise: Legs day, did squats, leg curls, leg press, leg extensions and made orgasm faces as per
usual. LOL @ cocky high school kid walking with a swagger, except he looked like he was on the
receiving end of butt sex . I give him an amused look.
Reading: Read 30 pages of ”It’s not about the bike” by Neil Armstrong. (140/210 pages). He’s
done fighting cancer, now he found his future wife and he became beta, he doesn’t know if he should
race on the bike again. As I read the book, I thought life doesn’t owe you SHIT. You were born
into this world randomly, then you go back into the aybss randomly, whether it’s 5 years or 50 years
from now. I wonder if Neil actually wrote the book or it’s a ghost writer, because the writing and
vocabulary seems somewhat dense.
Learning foreign language: 20 minutes of learning Korean.
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Nov 18 2011
1. Fruits - gwa eel
2. Apple - sah gwa
3. Tangerine - gyool (sounds like kewlu)
4. Grapes - po do
5. Grapefruit - ja mong (sounds like cha mong)
6. Watermelon - sue ba
7. Honey due - mel lon
8. Banana - pa na na
9. Orange - oh ren jee
Word of the day: bibliophag BIB-lee-uh-feyj , noun; An ardent reader; a bookworm.
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Business: I’m only half way through the work day. I have around 10 more waking hours before
I sleep.
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• 12 emails, poker list promoting tournament clickbank product (45 minutes)
• Edit paid survey landing page (20 minutes)
• Manage and re-new domain names (10 minutes)
• Wrote 4 emails for work at home mom email list (20 minutes)
Daily Conclusion:
”Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.” Jim Ryun
Every New Year, people (usually white people) make resolution to quit smoking! To lose weight!
To stop beating the kids! and they fail, year after year. Until they end up being 40 years old, sad
and miserable, because they fail to see the simple truth behind success.
Success is nothing more then daily, productive habits. That means going to the gym, fattie! I
have been blogging about Project Ubermensch for 27 days straight (without missing a day). I have
a personal journal that I have written every day for the past 3 years (without missing a day)
HOW? It comes from HABITS. The secret is building the habits slowly from the grounds up. Same
thing for going to the gym - I have been going to the gym 4 times a week for the past 13 months.
This isn’t about me beating my chest. It’s about, small habits that adds up to something great
overtime.
I also read on a forum about this guy who have a habit of, ahem, saving his semen in a jar ...
for the past couple years, he now has litres of his semen in a 2 litre container. NASTY! And ... WTF
WHY.
Ubermensch Day #28: God Tier Trolling (2011-11-19 08:10)
Polyphasic sleep: Slept for 8 or 9 hours. Nothing beats a nice sleep after an intense gym session. For
some reason I don’t like napping anymore, I like staying up until I pass out, like a drunk ho after a
night of clubbing.
Exercise: n/a. Will be going to the gym tommorow (Saturday)
Reading: Read 30 pages of ”It’s not about the bike” by Neil Armstrong. (170/210 pages) .
At this point, he’s rambling about how he has no balls and they’re trying to get his wife pregnant
with his sperm. It’s cool, and I don’t mind him sharing his story with us, but at the same time it
feels like a filler to artifically inflate the pages in his book. Stop that, Neil.
Learning foreign language: Short learning session, going to eat a Korean chick poon tang like
”Che lee” (Cherry)
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Nov 19 2011
Mango = mang go
Lemon = leh mon
Cherry = Che lee
Cantaloupe = Can tal loo peu
Kiwi = Kiwi
Tomato = Toh Mah Toh
Black Berry = Beul Lek Beh Lee
Rash berry = La Jeu Beh Lee
Word of the day: ca·pri·cious [adjective] subject to, led by, or indicative of caprice
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Business: Spent 30 minutes 4.5 hours editing the landing page for a website that plays 10 to
35 percent commission, depending on how much the visitor spends. Fuck my life, using Linux, I
don’t have the proper tool to edit the web page, I have to switch back over to windows. Fuck this
gay Earth (jk).
I need to upload a bunch of videos to get visitors, edit the landing page to get their emails
(done), a page promoting the product (done), and email follows ups (done), it’s a nice, well oiled
machine that pumps out money.
I need to buy an OEM copy of Windows 7 for $99, don’t trust a warez version of Windows
7, it might steal my banking and web host information.
[edit: I retract my Windows 7 copy. I just downloaded a FREE web editor for linux, called
http://bluegriffon.org. I will also be using a free movie editor in Linux, similar to Windows Movie
Maker. This Earth is no longer gay lord]
Daily Conclusion:
Wise words from somone who knows:
All life is completely worthless. You’re just going to die. No matter what you do with your
life, no matter what achievements you accomplish, no matter what you learn, you are going to die.
All that you have gained throughout an entire lifetime is lost within a second. All life is, is
a waiting game. We try to fill our life with ”fun” so waiting to die isn’t as boring. It does speed up
how fast you die though, as you know, time flies when you’re having fun. If you are a of patience,
then your life can be significantly longer, as long as you don’t have fun.
If God was real, he’s the biggest troll ever for tricking us all into playing the most well de-
vised waiting game known as life.
[Editor note]: I generally agree, however, life isn’t completely ”worthless”. Life has meaning-
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ful and fun, it’s a short ride before we die. So have fun. Experience! What do you have to lose?
People who look the glass half empty already missed out on life. Kiss in the rain. Molest a Korean
chick. Troll little kids and make them mad. Enjoy coffee in the morning. A hot bath while reading
a book. The little, small things in life makes it worth living.
Ubermensch Day #29: Ideal World (2011-11-20 01:02)
Polyphasic sleep: I slept for 8 hours. Before I sleep, I’m on the brink of passing out. I cannot go
to bed and lay around for 20 minutes, I think it’s a waste of time. Anyways - you get crazy vivid
dreams when you pass out from exhaustion. Is it healthy thing to do? I’m not sure. Polyphasic sleep
FAIL!
Exercise: Back day. Dead lifting 2 plates (225 lbs or 102 kgs) is impressive in a college gym.
I like the feeling of lifting it up and putting it back down, feels like an act of God of some sort.
Quickly marched back home before it got dark, because I do not want to get mug by thugs of African
descent.
Much respect to anyone who puts time in the gym during the weekend, even to the Hindu
bro who grabs the bar in the bench and starts curling. Then stands there for 10 minutes admiring
his lanky frame, before doing shoulder shrugs.
Reading: Read 30 pages of ”It’s not about the bike” by Neil Armstrong. (200/210 pages).
Finally he stops talking about his wife and now he’s talking about the mental stamina - the Tour De
France race, how most of it his mental rather then physical. Sounds a bit strange, considering the
bike race revolves a bunch of grown men racing around but it’s 99 percent mental game.
In his book, he talk training hard. He rides his bike 6-7 hours a day. He rides when it’s
raining. He rides when it’s hot and humid. He rides at night. He rides in the morning. He is a riding
machine. And that’s how he won 7 Tour De France titles, the mental endurance. Goes back to the
old adage, Genius is 1 percent inspiration, 99 perspiration (Tomas Edison)
According to Amazon, the book is 304 pages long, every 3 ”pages” on the e-reader counts as
1 page. I guess it’s the error from converting a PDF into a .epub format - but hey, I don’t care,
pirate books, all day, every day.
Learning foreign language: Learning Korean is getting more and more fun, because I can ac-
tually form sentences how. ”Hey how are you? Nice to meet you. My name is .
Damn you’re cute! Would you like to FUCK? Pretty please.”
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Nov 20 2011
I’m hungry - Beh Go Pah
I’m sleepy - Jol Lyuh
I’m okay - Gwen chan na
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I’m curious - Kun Kum Hey
I’m happy - Nah Heng Bok Hey
I’m excited - Shin Nan ta
Thanks - Go Ma Wo
I’m comfortable - Peel hey
Word of the day: knavery - ney-vun-ree noun Unprincipled, untrustworthy, or dishonest deal-
ing; trickery.
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Business: I know this ”internet friend”, who is a jazz musician. He was a starving musician,
so he turned into Internet Marketing, and now he’s somewhat rolling in money. He makes passive
income, plays jazz and fucks his girlfriend. Living the dream!
A couple years ago, when I was a marketing n00b, he dispense this advice to me: ”Think of
a website as a stock profilo, the more websites you make, the more money you get!”
Really simple and retarded advice, but upon pondering on it, it really makes sense! I have a
bunch of websites. Some make me $150 a year. Some make me $250 a year. My best one makes
$2500-ish a year. All it takes is a $10 investment for domain name, and the rest is time/effort.
Why haven’t I been busting my balls making website? Because I was having fun in life, to
be honest. Maybe too much fun. Time just flies. Conclusion? Make websites, make money.
Daily Conclusion:
World recession. Overpopulation. Too many mouths to feed.
I have a partial solution to help people - first, it all starts with the values.
Most people (the working class, and some middle class) will live in these:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRT4dU6r-KQ
All they need in live is a laptop, and a cellphone. Instead of finding happiness in material
things, they’ll find happiness through experiences - relationships and attaining knowledge.
Since they don’t buy many things, they’ll have money saved up for ”retirement”. They can
spend their days doing meaningful things, instead of today’s society shit tier entertainment - namely
trash TV and trash sports.
Most people, deep down, want to be good. They really do. But the system fucks them over.
Only if they had the courage to pave a new road for themselves, instead of the standard life script:
school -> college -> job -> house, wife, and 2 kids, retire at 65 yrs old pattern.
The first step to get out of debt is STOP BUYING SO MUCH USELESS SHIT. And live in
a Japanese capsule.
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Ubermensch Day #30: Le fini (2011-11-21 06:35)
Polyphasic sleep: I think I have mild case of seasonal affective disorder. Of course, it’s not
professional to self diagnose yourself but god damn, I wake up and it’s dark, I stay up all night until
morning and I sleep again, never to see the sun light. At one point I tried to sleep, but all I did was
lay down in the bed staring at the wall. Very creepy.
Exercise: n/a - it’s Sunday. I dead lift so hard yesterday my back is sore. And aching.
Reading: Finished reading ”It’s not about the bike” by Neil Armstrong. (310 pages in paper-
back version).
I will not read another autobiography, because it reeks of narcissism. Kudos to Neil for writ-
ing about testicular cancer, his inferility, and winning the tour de france but he should be frank and
post embarassing moments - like the time when, in a drunken stupor, he beat up a European hooker
and stole her dildo. (made this up - but you get the point. If Neil didn’t give a shit, he should have
post self deprecating stories instead of endless bravados)
Learning foreign language: I’m going to eat Korean poontang like a POKE SOON AH (peach)
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Nov 21 2011
Strawberry - die-al ghi
Blue berry - beul loo beh lee
Black berry - Beul lek beh lee
Raspberry - ra jew beh lee
Peach - poke soong ah
Word of the day: mitigate / verb / - To lessen in force or intensity, as wrath, grief, harsh-
ness, or pain; moderate.
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Business: Uploaded 2 videos on youtube. I had to rip off videos on youtube .flv format, con-
vert .flv to .mpeg, then mount it into a video editor, format and edit it, export it, then upload it
back on youtube. Jesus on a bus. I need to train hindu virtual workers to do this for me.
Daily Conclusion
Yes my nigga! It has been 1 month since I started Project Ubermesnch. How does that Rick
Roll song go? ”Never going to give you up, never going to let you down”
I need to sit down and revise, Polyphasic sleep doesn’t seem too good anymore, need to work
more on the business. It’s almost like a meditative experience.
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The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly ...
Gym habit: Going to the gym 4 times a week was a success. But then again, I have been
doing this for the past 13 months.
Learning a new language: SUCCCESS. I promised myself to learn Japanese ... that was 3
years ago, and it still is horrible, because the learning is erratic at best. I have managed to learn
Korean daily (except for the weekends) in the 30 days. While I’m far from speaking fluently, I can
say ”Hello, my name is Ubermensch, nice to meet you. You’re cute. I’m hungry. Wanna eat?!”
Building a e-business: Somewhat of a ”failure” - by fail, I mean I should be putting in more
time in. I did marketing late at night, when I’m drained and tired. Should be doing it at the middle
of the day or something. However, building a business is a marathon, not a sprint so even if this
month (November - December), I start a habit of working 1 hour a day into the business it will snow
ball into something great.
Reading: Success. I read on the e-reader every single day, at least 30 pages. Past 30 days I
plowed through 4 books or so, read Good To Great by Jim Collins, Drive: The Surprising Truth
About What Motivates Us by Daniel H. Pink, Its not about the bike by Neil Armstrong,Oriental
Philosophy by Some old man with a Ph.D. Everyone should buy an e-reader now that it’s so cheap.
Polyphasic sleep: huge fail. It started off good, but as soon as I start working out inten-
sively in the gym, my body needed the sleep. (Perhaps it’s a good thing?)
Documenting the whole 30 days was so intensive, because the whole progress was very introspective.
You cannot lie to yourself - it’s like a fat chick on a diet and ”eating this donut just one more time
...”
I recommend everyone document their habits for 30 days, it’s eye opening, a true measure of character
and discipline.
The ”biggest secret” is doing small things today, now, as a habit. Because - ”Do today what others
won’t, so you can live tomorrow how others can’t” :)
Ubermensch Day #31: I’m hustling (2011-11-22 06:06)
Polyphasic sleep: Through a stroke of luck, I had a cold. I slept for 4 hours, woke up for 5 hours or
so, nap for 20 minutes, went to the gym, took a 20 minutes nap, 6 hours later I took a 20 minutes
nap then I had another big nap. Getting back on the groove.
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Exercise: Chest and bicep day. Feels good. Working out in the morning feels nice, it’s not
crowded, there’s old senile people, and hot cardio bunnies silently running. My favorite is the obese
college girl, who look around 19 or 20. She looks like 3 thin females merged into one. I give her an
amused look. I’m going to do Chest/Bi days on Monday, leg days on Tuesday, then Chest/Bi on
Wednesday, Back on Thursday, Tri and shoulders on Friday. 5 day body split! Need to undo reverse
t-rex mode.
Reading: Read 25 pages of Aaron SEO Book. (25/200 pages) Going to figure out how to
rank my website high on Google for ”free” traffic yo. I thought of reading more then 25 pages per day,
but that leads to burn out. I’m more concerned about establishing a life time habit then sporadic
burst of activity - kinda like the fattie that goes to the gym 6 hours once a year. It just doesn’t work.
Learning foreign language: Learning about fruits, yay.
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Nov 22 2011
Plum - Ja doo
Pear - Beh
Persimmon - Ka-am
Pomegrante - Sung new
Father - Ah Buh Jee
Word of the day: Salvo noun Something to save a person’s reputation or soothe a person’s
feelings, A round of cheers or applause
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Media: watched 60 minutes of anime called Honey and Clover. The main theme of the story
is relationships, and simplicity in life. I like the daily progressive 3 episodes per day habit, so far
I was about to finish/watch Honey and Clover, Serial Experiment Lain, Chihayafuru, Idol Master,
Death Note. 1 hour per day, or 3 episodes per day. I like this habit.
Business: Made 4 videos and uploaded on youtube. The purpose of uploading youtube videos is 2
fold: getting visitors to the website, which equals to eventual sales. The second is brand awareness,
which leads to word of mouth referal. I’m only going to upload 2 videos per day, which in 50 days
(less then 3 months) would equal to 100 videos. That’s a good number. Also add more content to
my affiliate website, just 500 words or so.
Daily Conclusion:
Success = daily habits + strategic thinking
Shout out to [1]http://transcendencelog.wordpress.com and [2]http://camelbach.wordpress.com
- mah niggas. (Heh)
1. http://transcendencelog.wordpress.com/
2. http://camelbach.wordpress.com/
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Ubermensch Day #32 : Break Barriers (2011-11-23 03:24)
Exercise: n/a. I’m down with a cold from sleeping naked with the window open. In Canada - during
winter. FML.
Reading: Read 25 pages of Aaron SEO Book. (50/200 pages). Pretty good book, he talks
about building a website, visitors and conversion, copyrighting, website aesthetics and a lot of things
pertaining to Internet marketing.
Learning foreign language: Today is birthday phrases. Sang eel (happy birthday), Chook ha
(congraduation!)

Nov 22 2011
Happy birthday (informal): sang eel chook ha hey
Happy birthday (formal): sang eel chook ha hey yo (add yo)
Happy birthday (honorific): sang eel chook ha ham me da
Dear (noun; ex ”dear love”): sarang ha nin
Word of the day: constituent - /adjective /, serving to compose or make up a thing; compo-
nent: the constituent parts of a motor. or a /noun/ - a person who authorizes another to act in his
or her behalf, as a voter in a district represented by an elected official.

Business: Wrote 1 page, 500 words for my web page. Signing up as an affiliate for a popular
product in a health niche. Bought a professional quality microphone off ebay to do voice recording,
will use it to do video marketing on youtube.
Media: watched 3 episodes of Honey And Clover (15/25 episodes). Too much beta-ness in
the storyline but it’s expected from an anime series. The alpha in the anime is Morita who follows
his ambition and doesn’t have social awkardness - and surprise (sarcasm) Hagu chan, the petite 18
years old falls in love with him instead of the foreveralone beta male - I forgot his name. If anything,
the anime demonstrates that love is mostly self hypothesis - the pondering, the fantasies, the worries.
Almost sounds like a woman romance novel.
Daily Conclusion:
When it comes to dating - or anything else in life - it should be SIMPLE.
”In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, in the expert’s mind there are few.”
– Shunryu Suzuki
”Before I learned the art, a punch was just a punch, and a kick, just a kick.
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After I learned the art, a punch was no longer a punch, a kick, no longer a kick.
Now that I understand the art, a punch is just a punch and a kick is just a kick.”
– Bruce Lee
”Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”
– Leonardo de Vinci
”Our lives are frittered away by detail; simplify, simplify.”
– Henry David Thoreau
Now that I think of it, we revere monks for the simpliest act: sitting around and meditating.
Heh.
Side tangent: The mind games women employ is merely filtering out beta males. What seems to be
a complicated and hazy ”mind game” - the un-returned phone calls, the test for jealously, the ”can
you buy me a drink” gambit - is utterly simple underneath.
Ubermensch Day #33: I almost quit (2011-11-24 06:46)
Exercise like a War God: Have a cold? No sleep all night? No problem! Today was leg days, I squat
185 lbs for reps. I saw 2 Asian students loading up 275 lbs, they’re going to squat parallel! Much to
my disappointment he merely bents his knee a few inches and does a quarter ROM.
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 pages of Aaron SEO Book. (75/200 pages). He talks
about on page optimizing, but the real ”secret” is a website has to offer geniune value to the visitors.
These websites usually stand through the test of time and generates money for years to come.
Learn a foreign language: I don’t think there is a ”best method” for learning a foreign lan-
guage. A daily habit of language acquisition is far, far more important then some ”cutting edge” way
to master a language. Casual, daily conversation only require around 1000 words. According to this
study:
”Learning the first 1000 most frequently used words in the entire language will allow you to
understand 76.0 % of all non-fiction writing, 79.6 % of all fiction writing, and an astounding 87.8 %
of all oral speech.
Learning the top 2000 most frequently used words will get you to 84 % for non-fiction, 86.1
% for fiction, and 92.7 % for oral speech.
And learning the top 3000 most frequently used words will get you to 88.2 % for non-fiction,
89.6 % for fiction, and 94.0 % for oral speech.
Essentially, just learning the top 1000 words will, if youre primarily interested in speaking to
people as most language learners are, get you to the point where you can understand roughly 90 %
of the spoken language”
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The key here is ”high frequently words”. Stuff like greetings, numbers, dates, pronounces, etc
- the basic phrases.
Let’s do some math here:
1000 - the number of high frequently words we need to learn for daily casual conversation:
5 - the number of words we learn per day
200 - the number of days it will take to reach 1000 words, at the pace of 5 words per day. Or 6.5
months.
400 - the number of days it will take to reach 2000 words, at the pace of 5 words per day. Or 13.2
months
So I’m thinking of learning 1 language per year. 7 languages in 7 years, baby! Going to
learn how to speak Chinese and Hindi, so I can bargain with our future oriental overlords.

[note: Shin-korean and ”pure” korean. Pure korean is used to tell a person’s age and hours in a day,
for the rest of the numbers it’s the shino-korean]
1 = eel
2 = ee (sounds like english letter ”E”)
3 = sahm (sam)
4 = sah
5 = oh
Word of the day: ex·tant [stuhnt, ik-stant] / adjective / ”still in existance” / example - There
are only three extant copies of the document.

Building an online business (Yeah!): 600 words, 1 page content for website in a niche market.
Progress 13 pages out of 50.
My current project is building a big authority (50 to 100 pages of content) website in a health niche.
How I get teh monies? Revenue generation is from affiliate commissions, getting a cut from
sales. Most commission will range from $15 to $30 dollars per sale.
How do I get teh visitors? From youtube marketing (going to make around 50 to 100 videos)
and search engine optimization (need to build/outsource backlinks to the website) and email
marketing (gotta follow up with visitors to get sales!)
I’ll be pretty pleased if it brings in a modest $1000 USD a month. $1000 per month in pas-
sive income for years to come? Yes please!
Sounds like a big project - and it is ... but I’ll build one component at a time.
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Watch something inspiration: watched 3 episodes of Honey And Clover (18/25 episodes).
What I learned from Anime: Here’s what goes through a female’s mind when she’s infatuated: ”I
tried to say something but it would come off as weird or embarassing, so I did nothing but stared
at his brown hair as it shine in the winter’s sun”. Honey and Clover deals with the universal theme
every young adult goes through: ”So, what should I do with my life?”
15 minutes audio while stretching: Jeff Oslon, ”Slight Edge”. Key points: continous, life long
learning and continous self improvement, habitual action, AKA learning by doing, learning by
reading. Both work in synergy. Continous course correction - aka, daily positive habits.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
On day #25, I was contemplating quitting Project Ubermensch (making blog posts). Then I
realize ”Nooo, I’m going to be a quitter like those fat chicks who made blogs on losing weight but
quitting 2 weeks later. The voice in my head told me: ” ... you did 30 days, that’s decent. You
should quit. It’s a waste of time”
I was taken back. Then I realize that since blogging has become a habit, I’m practically
”forced” to complete the daily habits. This blog is like a splinter in my mind, a mental checklist that
I must do, then write about.
The truth is, daily blogging can be intensive; it’s a meditative activity, where I’m held ac-
countable for every hour I spend that day - spend the hours doing something good that builds a cool
future, or spend the hours doing something hedonistic that leads to a life of mediocrity [or worse,
being foreveralone and broke].
”Do today what others wont, so you can live tomorrow how others cant
Ubermensch Day #34: Late Night Masturbation (2011-11-25 03:43)
Exercise like a War God: I visit the doctor for a blood test, head home, ate oat meals and headed
straight to the gym. The thought of dying from Hep. B, testicular cancer or HIV made me lift weight
my life depended on it; my face a permanent dog-like snarl and I was breathing heavily like a sex
craved maniac.
Was dead lifting 215 pounds for reps, then 1 rep of 245 lbs. Strangely enough, there are no fat
women during the afternoon. I only spot them in the morning. Perhaps the thin, lithe cardio bunnies
are scaring them away?
I do not stare at women in the gym or give eye contact. American women have too much self
esteem. Besides, attention is earned, not freely given. To combat against perceived autism, my chin
is pointed upwards with a slight swagger to the walk. Yes, I’m talking to you, attention seeking
female wearing shorts shorts doing up-side down handstand in the gym.
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Do squats, they say. Now I live with big quads and a small chest.
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 pages of Aaron SEO Book. (100/200 pages) He talks about
various Google algorithm such as latent semantic indexing and corporeal algorithm, basically the
inner-working how Google rank website for search relevance - and how to ”game” it.
Learn a foreign language: learning the korean numbers.
I have started learning Korean on Oct 25 2011, everyday (except for weekends) and so far I
have learned: the alpabets, general introduction phrases, the numbers, pronounces, days of the week,
yes/no answers, fruits, feeling expressions, etc. In a month or so, I would start learning the grammar.

6 = Yook
7 = Cheel
8 = Pahl
9 = Goo (sounds like cool with a g sound)
10 = ship (sounds more like sheep)
Word of the day: quin·tes·sence \ noun \ the pure and concentrated essence of a substance.
\ ex: Dairy products are the quintessence of love and nature in my mind.

Building an online business (Yeah!): 618 words, 1 page content for website in a niche market.
Roughly 30 minutes to write the article, including research. Progress: 14/50 pages
If I keep adding 1 page of content per day, it’s going to take me 36 days to reach the 50
pages milestone. 36 days. Not bad - I have been meaning to establish an authority website for a
year now. Only if I knew earlier to have a stead fast attitude I could have made a 60 page authority
website in less then 2 months. FML. But that’s okay, lessons learned.
I had my Hindu contractor submit my website to 90 social bookmarketing websites for ....
$5. YEAH. God bless cheap Interner labour.
Watch something inspiration: watched 3 episodes of Honey And Clover (22/25 episodes).
Morita-san is a pimp, he courts two 18 years old chicks. In other news, the beta man goes on a
long, 7 day bicycle ride to soul search. There is alot of inner dialog in the show, which is gives us an
interesting conversations that goes in people’s heads.
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15 minutes audio while stretching: Jeff Oslon, ”Slight Edge”. Key points: Plan, do, review
model. Law of assiocation - popular adage is, ”Your income is the average of your 5 best friends”,
and leadership - do, learn, do, then eventually teach.
Meditate like a monk: Meditate for 5 minutes - 5, very looooong minutes. Sat down Samurai
style - kneeling down, heel to ass. I always wanted to meditate daily for 3 years now but never got
into the habit, because I fail to see the errors in my way (namely - not starting it as a habit).
Oh the flip side, I paid to $75 to attend a zen center, where this old white bald man in a
monk robe taught us how to zazen (Japanese word for meditation). I don’t want to meditate to
relieve stress, but to intuitvely grasp what is the meaning of life and death.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
The first month of Project Ubermensch, I took the weekend off and just ”winged it”. I real-
ize the error in judgement. Since I have been doing this for 34 days now, there is momentum in the
habits.
I should be doing Project Ubermensch 7 days a week, until it engrains into my psyche. I’m
pretty sure at some point (Day #90?) the habits will become automatic, like late night masturba-
tion. Tee hee.
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Ubermensch Day #35: Fat College Chick (2011-11-26 09:11)
Exercise like a War God: Didn’t sleep all night, marched to the gym at 7:30 AM. There is no fat
woman to be seen in the today (Friday morning). Today I did the exact prescribed 5/3/1 routine,
no more, no less. It’s a very boring routine. FML. Screw you Wendell, I’m throwing in isolation
exercises! Did some bench press, incline bench press, then went home and passed out for 8 hours.
Today is the official day I’m switching over to 5/3/1 routine, I will stick to this until Dec.
31 2012, then I’ll revaluate if I want to do another routine. I’m using http://www.strstd.com which
calculates my max rep, and then gives me the weight I should be lifting.
My goal for the end of the year of 2012 is to:
Squat 3 plates (3 plates is 315 pounds total. My max 1 rep for squat is 275 lbs, a 40 pounds
difference)
Dead lift 3 plates (3 plates is 315 pounds total. My max 1 rep for dead lift is 275 lbs, a 40
pounds difference)
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Bench 2 plates (2 plates is 215 pounds total. My max 1 rep for bench is 165 pounds, a 50
pounds difference)
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 pages of Aaron Wall SEO Book. (125/200 pages). He
talks about ranking high on Google, Yahoo and (now the disfunct) AskJeeves.com. Web site linking
for google is primarily through link popularity and archored links, even ought that may changed
since Google ”panda” update. How to rank in the Google?! Back links.
Learn a foreign language: 1 hour of learning Hangul. Without the romanization, I’m learning
how to read the character + pronounication. This method is much more effective, since I’m
learnining about 20 characters per an hour.
I downloaded this program called Anki (http://ankisrs.net/ - thanks Brutha!) that is a flash
card to learn Korean.
I’m using en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mnemonic #In foreign-language acquisition to memorize
the Korean alphabet easier.
For example:
KO Kah - the K looks like a toilet bowl, I think ”kah kah poop!”
LO tah - the L looks like two arms and a sex organ. I think the character as a person going ”tah
[da] here’s my wee wee!”
MO pah - pah sounds like”grand pa”, I assiocate the character with an old man
NO ha - the character looks like a head wearing a hat. So I imagine the person to be laughing
”ha ha ha”
GQ Yah - It looks like a head on a skate board, I imagine the person to be rolling down the street
going ”YAH!!!”
Strangely enough this makes it super easy to remember the alphabets.
Word of the day:
• abominable [uh-bom-uh-nuh-buhl] - adjective - repugnantly hateful; detestable; loathsome: an
abominable crime
• abhorrent / ab hawr uhnt / - adjective - causing repugnance; detestable; loathsome: an abhor-
rent deed.
Building an online business (Yeah!): Wrote 450-ish word article, embed some youtube videos. It took
30 minutes. Progress: 15/50 pages. I have to learn how to build backlinks to my website so it rank
high on Google, right now the website is only getting an average of 8 visitors per day, with 2 new
subscribers to the e-newsletter per day. My goal is 15k visitors per month, that would be great. More
visitors, more money.
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Watch something inspiration: Finished watching Honey and Clover (25/25 episodes) . Tokomo,
the 22 years old college graduate finish his soul searching bike ride, where he has his own epiphanies.
After he went through his soul searching adventure, he manned up and came back to the girl’s house,
and held her hand. Told her ”I love you”. He is no longer the beta male he was once.
Listen to self improvement audio (15 minutes) while doing yoga stretches: Jeff Oslon, ”Slight Edge”.
Key points: to make dreams come true, be specific about the goal, set a deadline, and pay the price
(AKA ”work for it”). Focus and make adjustment on goals everyday. Zen Kai principle - plan, do,
review, adjust, repeat ad infinitum. Build your dream through daily action, or neglect your dream.
Meditate like a monk: Meditated for 5 minutes, paying attention to the breathe. The goal of zazen
isn’t necessary to distil or stop the thoughts, but our attachment to them. I want to gradually med-
itate up to 30 minutes - but first, forming this daily habit ...
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Whenever I see a fat college chick on campus, I know she made a slight error in judgement. The
error of snacking on donuts and candies. Gaining a mere 2 pounds per month adds up to 24 pounds
per year, or 11 kgs. In 2 years time, she’ll gain 48 pounds of fat and more fat, around her ankles,
stomach, and neck.
When she ask her friend, ”So .... do I look fat?”, her friends will reply in unison: ”No, of course
not. You look great.” with surpressed grins.
If she were to ask me, I would give her a honest answer with some theatrical gestures for added
impact: I would reel back in horror, hands on my cheek, and scream at the top of my lungs: ”OH
GOD, PLEASE DON’T EAT ME. EAT THE KIDS”.
Ubermensch Day #36: Fresh Poon Tangs (2011-11-27 04:44)
Exercise like a War God: n/a. It’s Saturday.
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 pages of Aaron Wall SEO Book. (150/200 pages). He
talks about link revelency, and PPC (pay per click) with some general PPC tips. The nature of SEO
is somewhat dry, my eyes are so dried out reading this. However, the book reminds me to use PPC
as part of the business model.
Learn a foreign language: 1 hour of hangul, the Korean alphabet. (Progress: 73 out of 156)
I’m using a flash card, and I’m learning roughly 20 new alphabets per day with previous
lessons thrown in for review.
The hangul is getting harder, instead of 2 characters (a vowel and a consonant), I have to
learn multi-vowels and consonants.
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For example:
Û - is prounced ”map”. I can understand it now because A is ma, Ois ah, E is sa, so it
forms ”map”
e - is prounced ”heart”. I can understand it because Nis ha, Ois ah, 9is la, Lis ta. HEART.
Word of the day: Procrustean - adjective - tending to produce conformity by violent or arbi-
trary means
Building an online business (Yeah!): Wrote a 500 words article. 1 content page. (Progress:
16/50 pages)
I need more startup capital to outsource and systemize EVERYTHING.
Current business model is having a website promoting through 4 revenue stream:
• Adsense
• Various in house affiliate programs
• My own info products
• Various CPA networks (clickbank, neverblue, shareasale etc)
Traffic models include:
• SEO
• Email marketing
• Video marketing
• PPC [soon to be implement]
• Media buys (ezine articles ads, banner ads, and independent in website promotions) [soon to
be implement]
The key here is to scale everything through automtion and outsourcing. Right now it’s a 1 man
operation but I honestly don’t mind. I will re-invest the profit back into the business and someday, I
will have an army of virtual digital slaves working on my online asssets.
Key here is to diversity. I would also lke to invest into low maintaince assets like rental
properties and dividends.
To make $10,000 USD a month, I need to make $335 per day.
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Watch something inspiration: watched 3 episodes of Honey And Clover II (4/12 episodes).
The male characters slowly manned up and became more alpha. The love stories in the show is
somehwat complex, where the characters mentally masturbate and backward rationalize for their
cowardice. They should have use occam razor for their love life: keep it simple (AKA, time to make
love in public, baby girl)
The show is highly touching and I shed a manly tear on episode 4.
Listen to self improvement audio (15 minutes) while doing yoga stretches: Jeff Oslon, Slight
Edge. (Total time so far: 1 hour) Cliff notes: everyday, take simple daily action in your health,
wealth, relationship, self improvement, and spiritual. Daily review through journaling. Learn
through books and doing, and mentor. Plan, do, review, adjust. Success roots from the mindset.
”Do the thing, get the power. Not get the power, then do the thing? (LOL)”
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 5 minutes (total accumulated time: 15 minutes). Today
I focus on a koan, ”What did your face look like before your parents were born?”. The point of
solving a koan is to experience ”kensho”, which [according to wikipedia] literally it means ”seeing
one’s nature”[1] or ”true self.”[2] It generally ”refers to the realization of nonduality of subject and
object. An epiphany of some sort. Hopefully one day, I will intuitively understanding the meaning
of life and death.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Cell phone text: ”I hope you feel better today. I love you :)”
I love my girlfriend - lots and lots. But I have no delusion about love.
Why?
Because love is mostly a bio-mechanic thing that helps propagate our species. Those who are
a slave to love will endure a life time of heart ache, nightmares and lonely nights (Yes you, beta
males). Those who master and transcend love with enjoy a life time of hot sex, public sex and more
importantly, fresh poon tang.
Always keep two kitty in the litter. Have three if you have lots of free time.
Ubermensch Day #37: Obnoxious American Women (2011-11-28 03:45)
Meditate like a monk: Meditated for 5 minutes. (total accumulated time: 20 minutes) I set my
cell phone to buzz when 5 minutes up. I realize that concentrating on a koan is actually hard for a
beginner, therefore I just focus on breathing in and out and nothing more.
Exercise like a War God: n/a, it’s Sunday. I’m itching to hit to the gym but rest days is equally
important as going to the gym. Can’t wait until Monday to hit the gym, I’m going to unleash my
fury like a War God while making orgasmic faces while lifting.
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Read a fascinating book: Read 25 pages of Aaron Wall SEO Book. (175/200 pages). He finish
talking about PPC, mostly about Google adwords, then moves on ”black hat” SEO techniques that
people should avoid (link farm anyone?) Reading about SEO reminds me of prorgramming class back
in high school - of course I didn’t do the work, I was playing Starcraft ...
Learn a foreign language: Memorized the vowels, how to write and pronounce it. Wrote each vowels
20 times each on paper the old traditional way. (elapse time: 60 minutes)
The ten vowls are:
• O= ah (as in ”ah I get it”)
• Q= yah (as in ”yah mon” Jamanican accent)
• S= uh (as in ”uh huh”)
• U= yuh (yuh sounds slightly like yeah except uh in the end)
• W = oh (as in ”oh I get it”)
• [ = yo (”YO HOMIE”)
• \ = Ooh (Ooh rhymes with goo, and not ”oh” as in ”oh no”)
• ` = you (hey you)
• a = euh (as in ”euh! what is that gross thing”)
• c = ee (the letter E)
Memorize vowels by pairing it: Ah YEAH, UH YUH, OH YO, OOH YOU, EUH EE.
The long vertical straight line vowsl have the sound ”ee” in it, while the hortizonal lines have the
sound ”uh” in it.
Word of the day: disingenuous / adjective / lacking in frankness, candor, or sincerity; falsely or
hypocritically
Building an online business (Yeah!): Quick keyword research, wrote a 600 words article (30 min-
utes to write) and add it to web site. (Progress: 17/50 pages). Starting tomorrow - Nov 29 - I’ll
start a new habit of writing 100 words in 45 minutes, that should be about to make 2 pages for the
website. If I double the content production, I double the pace how fast the website is build.
Progress for health niche website:
• Content pages (Progress: 17/50 pages)
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• Email follow ups, 3 emails delivered per week. (Progess: 12/12 emails)
• Back link building campaign (Progress: just started, I will eventually do link building everyday
through various automated softwares)
What I need to focus on:
• Write 33 more articles to hit the 50 pages mile stone
• Put up 4 products recommendation for commission (It’s not safe putting all the eggs in 1
company)
• Start the back linking campaign
• Move on to the next project but continue link campaign and tweak website once every 2 months
• Add another 12 email follow ups if the website performs well
In 6 months time I’ll report back what’s the profit for this website.
Listen to self improvement audio (15 minutes) while doing yoga stretches: Listened to Frank
Kern ”Core Influence”, (18 mins out of 1:56 hr) mostly talk about Internet marketing. He talks
about how we make small leaps of faith and head dive into things (could be anything - gym, dating,
vodoo etc). Sounds similar to doing small habits everyday. Frank gives his life story how he makes
money online.
Watch something inspiration: watched 3 episodes of Honey And Clover II (7/12 episodes).
On episode 7, one character laments: ”What makes one person better then the other person? Where
is the fork in the road?”. The fork in the road is the daily actions they take, the thoughts they input
into their brains., the habits they have that makes up their character.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
I don’t date Western SWPL women. It’s not about the skin color - but the culture. The
Western culture is that of decadence, sloth and hendonism. (Generally, SWPL women are Caucasian
but the SWPL virus have affect many other races too)
They look fine during their teenage years (thanks to fast metabolism) but once they hit their
mid to late 20s, they balloon into a bloated sea cow of some sort, from many weekends of binge
drinking and pizza globbing.
It’s not just about the looks either. SWPL women have this high sense self entitlement with
this snobby princess attitude - but wait, there’s more: there lack good moral values. They just don’t
have the empathy - unless it affects them directly. [Don’t let their SWPL rhetorics fool you]
Their Caucasian counterparts in Europe seems to be much more culture and pleasant to be
around with. [Again, it’s not the skin color, but the culture]
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Whenever I go into a night club, I see it as a cesspool of STDs. Even the ”hot” club hos is
merely an illusion - the makeup, the bad lighting, the push up bras, the hair extensions. Given a 2-5
years time line, they’ll be bloating up to a sea cow too.
Instead of looking beautiful into their 40s like their European cohorts, SWPL women burn up
like a shooting star. They quickly deteriorate after 25 years old. You can tell from the excessive
cellulite, double chins, and flabby triceps. It’s gross.
(Oh - and the toxic values seem to be creeping up to Canada, affecting Canadian girls too.
FML)
Finaly - anyone who says women look more beautiful as they age are either: A) an middle
age woman herself or B) a limp wrist beta male who can only get old women (35+ years old) because
the competition for 18-26 years old bracket is too tough for them.
Protip: date Asians, Spanish, African and European counterparts. Avoid SWPL women like
a plague. Nowadays I don’t even give them eye contact.
[Edit: It’s not fair to say ”all” American women are obnoxious - but the SWPL women are]
Ubermensch Day #38: Ethical Marketing (2011-11-29 05:45)
Meditate like a monk: Meditated for 5 minutes. (total accumulated time: 25 minutes). I inhale
through my nose, exhale through my mouth. Hands clasped and rested at the navel, just like how
the old monk guy instructed. I breathed in and out. A swirling storm of thoughts pass through my
mind. The thoughts come and quickly dissipate. That’s it, nothing more, nothing less.
Exercise like a War God: Marched to the gym all giddy like a school girl. Today is the start
of my new regiment, 5/3/1. Did 3x5 overhead press, the heaviest set I was lifting 70 lbs, it kinda
looks embarassing but I remind myself to stick exactly to the prescribe routine instead of going
heavier. I’m glad I did, because the accessory work 5 x 15 dips and 5 x 10 chin ups is tiring. I did
40 chin ups (rep: 10, 10, 8, 6, 6) and 32 dips (10, 10, 6, 6) and called it a day. Holy crap it’s tiring.
I work out with a demon like intensity and I don’t talk nor look at people, especially the at-
tention seeking females wearing booty shorts to the gym in the middle of winter.
Listen to self improvement audio (15 minutes) while doing yoga stretches: Listened to Frank
Kern Core Influence: how to make ots of people do almost anything ... but in a cool way, (33 mins
out of 1:56 hr). Two steps for mass influence - step #1: know what you want, and who you really
are. Step #2: know what your market really wants, and know who they are. People have 2 identity:
shell identity, and core identity. Shell identity is their day job ”Bob the bank teller”. Core identity is
what they dream to be, ”Bob the rock star”. Core identity is people’s deepest desire; Bob as a kid
nevre wanted to be a banker, he wanted to be a rockstar. Held identity is held back by circumstance
and lack of knowledge. Two way to influence people - head to head, or core influence. Use core
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influence to sell more things.
Very interesting video, I would tempt to watch more but NO. 15 MINUTES PER DAY, BABY. Let
me tell you why: I downloaded the video back in Oct 30, and tried to watch 1 hour of it in one
sitting. It didn’t work out and I left it collecting digital dust until now.
It’s going to take me 6 days to finish watching this seminar.
Read a fascinating book: Read 23 pages of Aaron Wall SEO Book. (200/200 pages) He talks
about selling SEO service and then ends with some cliff notes. Interesting book, kinda like a brief
basic overview guide to SEO, the most important task being getting links with proper archor links
to the money page.
Learn a foreign language: 1 hour of learning hangul, I like the method of writing it down on
paper better then flash cards. Memorized the 10 vowels pretty good, plus the 14 consonants
1 4 7 9 A B E • K L M H J • G N (consonants)
O Q S U W [ \ ` a c(vowels)
I learned the consonants paired up with 1 vowel, for example, the vowel O paired up a con-
sontant N is ”ha” (NO) however I need to learn how to pronounce the consonants without pairing
up the vowels. What if the pair is NU I would have a hard time to read and pronounce it.
Word of the day #1: mendacious / adjective / telling lies, especially habitually
Word of the day #2: auspicious - adjective - favored by fortune; prosperous; fortunate. - example:
It’s been an auspicious morning for the new facility.
Building an online business (Yeah!): Wrote 500 words, 1 page for health niche website (Progress:
18/50 pages)
Woke up at 10:00 PM, ate something, sat down to write. I have writer’s block. Go down-
stairs to eat something, make myself coffee and tea. Go back upstairs to write, the words flow out
more effortlessly now. Have a head ache, I think my brain is burning too many calories.
Upcoming things to do with the website:
• Hire someone to create a logo for branding
• Write 1000 words per day (2 pages) for website
Watch something inspiration: watched 3 episodes of Honey And Clover II (10/12 episodes). A Hagu-
chan, an awkward 18 years old art student got into an accident and teared her tendons on her arm.
She might not able to draw again. In her hospital bed, she says: ”People eat and sleep ... but what
else are they suppose to do in life? What if I can’t draw again?” Makes me think of life as a blank
canvas, some people paint their life with beautiful pictures and live a life of success while others vomit
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on their canvas, living a life of squalor or mediocrity. Oh Hagu-chan I cried manly tears for you, why
is it such a sad story ; ;
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
I think everyone is inherently good (except for feminists), therefore I will be ethical when it comes
to marketing. I will build websites that has value - that motivates, inspire, and transform people for
the better. This also means not promoting crappy products that doesn’t work (Ahem, something I
admittedly done in th past)
I mean, not all marketers are liar.
I want to be a new breed of marketers - nonchalant , cool - but more importantly, being honest
and hype free I call it a more ”holistic” approach to marketing, like a friend that recommends a
product because it’s cool, unlike a desperate car salesman hyping some crappy product that doesn’t
work. (Hello Ab Master!)
Ubermensch Day #39: Life Dreams (2011-11-30 05:59)
Meditate like a monk: Meditated for 5 minutes. (total accumulated time: 30 minutes). While
meditating I get flash backs of running to the zen center in the summer rain, my sweat pants is wet
and my flip-flops making flopping noises as I sprint towards the zen center. All wet, I ran into the
meditation hall, and quietly sat and started zazen. Then 2 damn mosquitoes bite me on the neck
and forehead, I dared not to move or brush it away, sitting still like a buddha.
Exercise like a War God: I marched to the gym, it’s a 15 minutes walk - in pissing rain
Canada weather. For Nov 29, it’s a cold, grey, rainy day. Today was dead lift day, and I enjoy
picking up the weight into the air, like a war god, and (ahem) smashing it down. Yeah!
Then I did 4 x 10 good mornings with the barbell. Good morning is an exercise where you
place the bar on your shoulders, and bending over with your back straight with your ass sticking out.
Yes, it’s a very homo-erotic exercise. I really never did good morning before but it’s a good exercise.
Then I did 4 x 10 of hanging leg lifts. Feels good man.
I don’t know what inspired me, but I ran 2 KM in the rain after the gym session. At one
point, I’m gassed out and shuffled like an old man who just finished a group sex marathon .
I don’t like running on the treadmill, the outdoor feels more corporeal; the pavement, the
trees, the people standing in the bus shelter in this cold, rainy weather. I feel alive running in the
rain, because I’m gald I’m not dying from testicular cancer, or born cripple.
I came back home, ate 4 hard boil eggs, cracked open a beer and have a hot bath.
Listen to self improvement audio (15 minutes) while doing yoga stretches: Listened to Frank
Kern Core Influence: how to make lots of people do almost anything & but in a cool way, (48
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mins out of 1:56 hr) Cliff note: connecting to people core identify to core identity, or sub-conscious to
sub-conscious. To make an effortless connection you need to have find your core identity and live it;
in PUA lingo this is called ”frame congruence”. Even if you try to fake it, people can sub-consciously
pick it up, kinda like the try-hard car sales man.
Read a fascinating book: Principles Of Social Competence by Manhood Academy (Progress:
25/181 pages | Real page count is 284 pages total) The author, both with Ph.Ds, discuss the
fallacies of feminism, and how it created a generation of limp wrist, apathetic man children. AND a
generation of women with an inflated sense of self entitlement.
I’m reminded of my high school days; there was a young teacher, prehaps 24 years old who
was talking about sexual harassment. One of the student asked: ”But miss ... if we said, you look
beautiful today miss, that’s a nice skirt. Is that sexual harassment?”
The teacher quipped: ”Yes ... it’s better if you refrain from saying that”. Thinking back,
that irks the shit out of me. That’s what feminism creates: a sterile, political correct environment
devoid of natural human interaction. Side note: I’m sure she does kinky anal sex.
I never paid attention to feminists much, mostly because they’re fat, ugly and full of shit. A
guy - Henry Makow Ph.D, wrote an article how feminism was created by the Rockefeller family to
erode the moral farbic of society, so they can have a New World Order (heh). You can read the
article here:
http://www.henrymakow.com/130302.html
Learn a foreign language: 45 hour of Hangul. I’m learning how to pronounce pairing a con-
sonant with a vowel. Also, learning diphthongs, AKA complex vowels (vowel pairing with another
vowel)
Complex vowels:
GP (eh)
GSc (eh. Pronouce same as above)
GR (yeh. Sounds similar to yes)
G Uc(yeh. Pronouce same as above)
< c (prounce euh-e, sound melts together)
$ | (weh, as in wedding)
$ O (wah, as in wow)
$ R(weh, as in wedding. Same pronunciation, different meaning)
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° | (wee, as in weekend)
° S (wuh, as in ”woe)
° Sc(weh, as in wedding. Same pronunciation, different meaning)
For example, the consonant 1 pronounced with a ”k” sound. The vowel \ is pronounced
ooh, and O is pronounced ka. Therefore put together l is ”coo” while 1O is ”ka”.
I also learn Hangul from a youtube video - a guy explaining how to write Korean in Japanese. LOL.
My head hurts.
Word of the day: chimera / noun / ki meer uh / etc any similarly grotesque monster having
disparate parts, especially as depicted in decorative art.
Building an online business (Yeah!):
Spent 45 minutes reverse engineering the competitors. Here’s what I did:
• Went to http://results.sitesell.com and visit the best performing website in the niche I’m working
in.
• Went to http://www.semrush.com and input the website’s URL, to reverse engineer their key-
words and traffic volume.
• Checked out how they’re generating revenue. Adsense? Affiliate programs? One particular
website is using this affiliate network - I went straight to that network and signed up with
them.
• Emulate (not plagiarized, of course) their content, general website layout, and revenue source(s)
What I found: for every 100 pages, maybe 5 to 10 pages of the website brings the most traffic
(goes back to the Pareto law). For each website reverse engineered, I copied the 10 best performing
keywords across 3 websites, giving me 30 keywords for my niche website.
What I learned: Why invent when you can sit back and copy success (Hello Iphone. This is
Google Nexus)
What to improve on to beat the competitors: More aggressive advertisement through mutiple
traffic source (SEO, PPC, Video Marketing, Article Marketing, media buys) and more effective sales
funnel (upsell, downsell, cross sell, multiple sells connect follow ups)
Things to do because the day isn’t done yet: 500 words article for website :)
Watch something inspiration: watched 2 episodes of Honey And Clover II (12/12 episodes). I
finished it; Hagu, the petite 18 years old art student, everytime she has a monologue it break tears to
my eyes. Why must your voice be so sweet and fragile, Hagu? In the end Hagu decides to stay wtih
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Syuu-chan, who is a good blend of alpha and beta male provider quality; with Morita-san trailing
on a close second (he happens to be an erratic Alpha male). Takemoto the beta male finishes last,
crying in the train after trying to get Hagu for 3 years and nothing happened. I lol’d.
Watched 1 episode of Serial Experiments Lain (2/13 episodes), yes, this Anime is a good
mind fuck. I like it.
One of the character says something like: ”We all live, and we drift to death”. It reminds me
of our morality as a human being, and that life should be fun. I like the simplie things in life;
drinking tea, holding my girlfriend’s hand, and farting on bratty kids.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
It seems the universal dream for most people [read: developed country] is to own a business
or be rich, travel across the world, write a book, and be a good upstanding citizen (maybe)
However, 95 percent will fail (This is statisically correct, they done a research on this) simply
because of the daily error in judgement - not eating right, spending too much money, gluttony and
sloth ... etc ad infinitum.
The 5 percent is the one who work, I don’t think necessary harder, but they have daily habits that
build momentum over time and it snowballs into something big. If there is a ”secret” for achieving
dreams, I think this is it. Simply paying the price by doing simple, small, daily actions towards their
goals.
What is your dream? Mine is to become a porn star in Japan.
1.3 December
Ubermensch Day #40: Mental Game (2011-12-01 11:52)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 5 minutes. (total accumulated time: 35 minutes). Sat down
like how the old white monk guy taught me, sat down composed, proper hand placement, breath in,
breath out. The mind is scattered. I stare into the wall, trying my best to paying attention in the
here and now for 5 minutes. The sound of my cell phone ring tone, and the 5 minutes is up. In 2
weeks time, when this habit is firmly instilled, I will up the time to 7 minutes. Gradually, 15 to 20
minutes per meditation session would be great.
Exercise like a War God: Ran leisurely for 2 KM in the cold Canada land weather. (Total
accumulated KMs: 4) It’s -2 celsius (or 28.4 degrees Fahrenheit). There’s light snow with vicious
wind. The snow pelts into my eyeballs near the end of the run. I still have a cold, so I put on 5
layers for my upper body (3 t-shirts, 1 sweater, 1 jacket). Fuck my life. However, I feel so alive
running at 10:30 AM while listening to 2NE1 ”Go Away”.
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Listen to self improvement audio (15 minutes) while doing yoga stretches: Listened to Frank
Kern Core Influence: how to make lots of people do almost anything & but in a cool way, (1:03
mins out of 1:56 hr). Frank talk about making millions on the Internet yet he’s still miserable. Then
he did this exercise of self discovery to uncover his core identity, in which he now use to make money
effortless and live a happy life. He uses the formula ”E + I = L” at the 1:03 mark, but my 15 minutes
is up so I pause the video and shut it down. LOL. I’ll discover the ”secret” formula tomorrow.
Read a fascinating book: Principles Of Social Competence by Manhood Academy (Progress:
50/181 pages | Real page count is 284 pages total). The authors talk about how feminism erode our
current society through the emasculation of men (via shaming mechanisms) and unfair, loop sided
laws that side with women (Hello alimony) . Then the author goes on and talk about universal social
principles and how to apply it.
My take: I’m sheltered from feminists, because winners intutively know not to fraternize with
losers. Any time I’m talking to a woman with a feminist upbringing (or worse, a guy who is a
feminist. WTF?), I swiftly cut the conversation short and ignore them. I once had a fling with a girl
who got brain washed by feminism - she was too confrontation, argumentative, and ”rwar, women
powar”. There was no feminine charm too her, so I pump and dump, like a boss.
Learn a foreign language: Learned korean for 27 minutes. (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 27 minutes)
Review of the 14 consonants, 10 vowels, 11 complex vowels. I now understand how to pro-
nounce complex vowels by reading the two seperate vowels. For example, $ Ois ”wah”, because $
is oh and O is ah. < | is ”euh-ee”, because < is euh and | is ee.
1 2 4 7 8 9 A B C E F G H I J K L M N
O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z [ \ ] ^ _ ` a b c
Word of the day: travesty / trav - uh - stee / noun or adj / to imitate grotesquely or ab-
surdly. Example: travesty of justice. ”Did you see that chick with the bad makeup? What a travesty
to makeup whores”
Building an online business (Yeah!): I wrote 785 words in 22 minutes flat. (Progress: 19/50
pages) The quality of the article is good but more importantly, I wrote it fast.
Here’s how I did it:
• I looked at my competitor’s page and see the main points he wrote
• Using paper and pen, I mind map the article layout. Kinda like a flow chart. (Thank you Alexis
Dawes, your ebook ”Fast And Good Content is Great!)
• I wrote the article but not from a view point of a marketer trying to increase sales conversation.
Instead, I wrote it from a view point of a caring, human being who is trying to genuinely help
my website visitors. Ironically, the later is more powerful at persuasion because it’s written
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using my core identity, and the visitors can see I’m not trying hard to sell them something or
”tricking” them.
Alright. I have a new bench mark now - write 800 words in 20 minutes. The quality may not be great
but it has to be good.
Finance wise, this is what I have implemented / will implement:
Multiple streams of income:
Online:
• Adsense
• Various in house affiliate programs
• My own info products
• Various CPA networks (clickbank, neverblue, shareasale etc)
Offline:
• Investment vehicles (mostly dividends, mututal funds, and RSP)
• Property ownership (houses and condominiums)
• A low maintaince brick and motar business (hostel? Car parking lot? Storage property?)
Watch something inspiration: Watched 2 episode of Serial Experiments Lain (2/13 episodes). It’s a
cyber punk anime that deals with our interconnected society via the ”wire” (internet), and the blurrr
between virtual reality and offline reality. Some parts are kinda hard to understand, either that, or
the anime is just really pretentious.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
I think life is merely a mental game. By that I mean, our thoughts affect our actions, which be-
come habits, and our habits become our character, and our character is what our destiny becomes.
If the source of everything starts off with a thought, why are people putting junk thoughts into their
mind? Like negative news stories, and junk religion fables. So it goes back to the popular adage: ”If
you want to be successful, think like a succesful person”. (Side note: Top 10 best selling books of all
time is ”7 Habits of Highly Effective People”)
The momentum of the habits have picked up, and I feel like an unstoppable force of nature (kinda
like the time I had sex for 3 hours straight)
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Ubermensch Day #41: Acquire Patience (2011-12-02 07:50)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 5 minutes. (total accumulated time: 40 minutes) Sat down and
stare at the wall, a hail storm of thoughts race through my mind. ”Wake up!” I mentally told myself.
Momentary, the thoughts disspiate like Moses parting the red sea. I quietly sat and stare at the way,
paying earnest attention to the present moment. It felt like I sat down for a few seconds before the
alarm rang, and the five minutes is up. Is this the ”flow state” monks talk about?
Exercise like a War God: Marched to the gym in cold Canada land weather 1°C (34°F), pro-
ceed to do bench press (3x5), followed by dumb bell bench press (5x15) and dumb bell rows (5x10)
like a boss. There’s the usual gym patrons - old people, one muscular Asian guy, the midget black
guy. There is no fat people to be seen. I follow the exact prescribe routine and don’t deviate one bit.
The routine lacks ab exercise, so I’m going to through in abs 2 days per week.
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Listen to self improvement audio (15 minutes) while doing yoga stretches: Listened to Frank
Kern Core Influence: how to make lots of people do almost anything & but in a cool way, (1:18
mins out of 1:56 hr). He the ”secret” formula he talks about for E + I = L ... is experience +
indentity = life. He presents a list of question to ask yourself and write down.
The most important question is ”What would your perfect average day be like if there is no
limitation or consequence?” and asks like 25 questions. I will do this exercise.
Where would you live?
In metropolitan Japan, metropolitan Korea, metropolitan Vancouver, metropolitan Toronto,
metropolitan Vietnam
What would your house looks like?
A really nice condo that has minimalist interior design
What time would you wake up?
5:30 AM before the sun rise
What would you do in the morning?
First thing first - morning sex. Then meditate, eat, head to the gym, stretch for 15 minutes
while listening to self improvement course, read while taking a bath
What would you think in the morning?
How fun life is
What would you spend first half of the day?
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Sex, gym, stretching, listening to self improvement course, bath, reading, and eating
What would you have for lunch?
Healthy food, chicken / fish / beef with fruits and salad and nuts
Who would your friends be like?
Cool, drama free, non-chalant people. They cannot be pretentious SWPL but they can be
cool weridoes. They don’t necessary have to be business owners but they have to be climbing towards
self actualization. I don’t like hanging around complainers or drama queens.
What would you for personal fulfillment?
Public sex. Writing. Inspiration and motivation speeches to high school students (”Be all
you can be!). Going to the gym, and masterminding ways to create a massive avalanche of passive
income. Write more inspiration stuff. Spend time with family and my nieces and nephew, teach
them to be the best they can be. Also troll them for laughs.
What is your life purpose?
To understanding the meaning of life and death.
What would your business be like?
Make teh monies online, create an empire of digital products, and low maintaince affiliate
websites. I do not want to do consultant or run seminar.
What time would you start work?
At noon/afternoon-ish
What would you do at work?
Think and mastermind business plans then delegate an army of people to do the work for
me. I just want to sit and think and order people around.
What would your customers like?
A super wide range of demographics, since I’m selling a wide range of products. From fat
people to lonely guys to old grandpas who need sex enhancers to clueless middle age people who
want financial freedom. Personally, they’ll be on contact with my websites, but I don’t want to
contact them personally.
What would your relationships [family, friends, significant others] be likes?
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Be a good person, refrain from cheating, lying, gossip, drama. Help others. THAT’S WHAT
THE BIBLE TOLD ME!
What would you have for breakfast?
Oat meals and fruits.
What would you do for family time?
Too young for a family but I suspect it’s idle chatter with family members or going some-
where fun with the girlfriend.
What would you have for dinner?
Like what I had for lunch - healthy food, chicken / fish / beef with fruits and salad and
nuts. Maybe go out and eat in a healthy restaurant. Yes eat some sushi yo.
What would you do at night?
Have sex before going to sleep. In a perfectly optimized day, I would be asleep at 9:00 PM
or 10:00 PM
Who would you do it with?
The girlfriend. Hmm so soft.
Where?
What? At home, in missionary position. Or at the threatres, depending on what day it
is.
What is the last thought would you have before going to bed?
Life is awesome and fun, and then you get old and die. But what is the meaning of life and
death?
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Read a fascinating book: Read 25 pages of Principles Of Social Competence by Manhood
Academy (Progress: 75/181 pages | Real page count is 284 pages total).
This is one most mind blowing book I read this year. This, and ”The Narrow Road: A Brief
Guide to the Getting of Money” by Felix Dennis. Why? Because instead of feel good, chest beating
pep talk, it’s real, truthful and ”raw”.
Imagine an old wise man, who is successful, who had everything in life - he lived as a good
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person, is filthy rich, has a loving family, FAMOUS, donated billions to charity, has a gigantic penis
etc. He sits down and talks to you and distil the most important life lessons, including how to be
success beyond your wildest dream. That is what it feels like when I’m reading Principles Of Social
Competence (previous known as Principles 101)
The book isn’t even really about social competence. It’s about principles. You can read it
online for free at their website: http://manhood101.com/ebook.html
Side note: reading is an crucial - no, necessary! - habit. I recommend you start, even if you
read just 1 page per day to kick start your habit. 1 page. That’s it. But you cannot read junk
books. I recommend you start off with the classics like Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill or
Principles 101.
Learn a foreign language: Review of the Korean number 1 to 10, learned 10+ and beyond,
45 minutes learning. (Total accumulated time starting at Dec 01 2011: 72 minutes)
(I typed out the Korean hangul using http://www.sayjack.com/type/korean/)
1 = | (eel)
2 = t (ee, the letter E)
3 = ¼ (sahm - sounds like sam)
4 = ¬ (sa - as in ”sssah”
5 = $ (oh - as in ”oh no”)
6 = ! (yook - ”yuk”)
7 = ` (cheel - chill ill)
8 = (pahl - pa all)
9 = l (gu - more like ”koo”)
10 = í (ship - more has a ”sheep” sound to it)
To say 11, say 10 + 1 (í| - ship eel)
To say 21, say 2 + 10 + 1 (tí| ee ship eel)
To say 2011, say 2 + 1000 + 10 + 1) (t™ít ee, cheon ship eel)
To say 20, say 2 and 10 (tí - ee ship)
To say 30, say 3 and 10 (¼ í - sam ship)
100 = " (baek - sounds like peck)
200 = say 2 + 100 (t")
1000 = ™ (cheon)
2000 = t™ (ee, cheon)
3000 = ¼™ (sam, cheon)
Word of the day: putative /pyoo-tuh-tive/ adjective commonly regarded as such; reputed;
supposed: the putative boss of the mob. ”What a putative club ho, yo”
Building an online business (Yeah!): Woke up from a 6 hour nap (heh). I’m like ”durrr,
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what am I suppose to do today?! I forgot.”
Wrote a 555 word article - a product review page. (Progress: 20/50 pages) I reverse engineer
this website’s product review page, including her keywords (you mad, little girl?). I basically leverage
all her hard work, research, and time by reverse engineering her page, except mine comes off as a bit
more professional because of my awesome copywriting skills.
I also placed a bunch of call to action at the top of the page, at beginning of the page, in
the middle, on the bottom, at the side. Yes, clicky clicky the links, cute visitors.
Wrote the article, put it up on the page, went on ShareaSale.com and fix my affiliate links
for some product pages.
Watch something inspiration: Watched 2 episode of Serial Experiments Lain (6/13 episodes).
This anime continues to be a mind fuck, and questions the reality of our corporeal self. Can the
human consciousness be uploaded on the Internet and we live in the ”wire”? There are lots of
moments in the anime where I go ”durrr, what the fuck am I watching”.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
”Do today what others won’t, so you can live tomorrow how others can’t”
Life is one long string of activities you do and then you die.
So - if you’re going to die, why let fears set you back?
I think the fundamental problem is lack of patience. I mean, going to the gym or starting a
business or writing a book (3 most common goals, btw) isn’t even HARD. It just requires patience.
But how do you acquire patience? By having daily habits.
Small action steps done everyday that amounts to something big overtime. For example,
writing 1 page per day and you will complete your 365 page novel in a year’s time. 1 year will pass
by anyway, you either have the discipline to do the action today, or you don’t - simple, no?
People dream big but mines is modest; I just wanna have sex with my girlfriend on the Eiffel
Tower ; ;
Ubermensch Day #42: Advice To A 14 Years Old (2011-12-03 06:28)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 5 minutes. (total accumulated time: 45 minutes). I sit with the
proper form - ”Seiza” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seiza). A whirl wind of thoughts continue to
swirl around in my mind. I know why the old monk told us to concentrate on breathing now, because
breathing helps dissipate the thoughts, bring us back to the moment. I want to keep meditating for
five minutes until I become addict to it, then gradually - ever so slowly - move it up in 1 minute
incremental. The goal is to meditate 15-30 minutes per day.
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Exercise like a War God: Marched to the gym in snowy weather. Here in Canada land, it’s
1°C (34°F), it’s rain ... but looks like snow. In snow lingo, it’s ”flurry”.
There’s old people, 2 muscular Asian guys, 2 skinny Asian guys, old people, 1 fattie woman
who looks like she’s 37 years old but she’s probably 25. The midget black guy is nowhere to be seen,
I think the weather is too cold for him.
Today is leg day, did: Squatting, did 5 reps of 160 lbs (72 kg), then 5 reps of 185 lbs (83.9
kgs), then 5 reps of 210 lbs (95 kgs). Then did some calve raises and leg extensions before calling it
a day.
Listen to self improvement audio (15 minutes) while doing yoga stretches: Listened to Frank
Kern Core Influence: how to make lots of people do almost anything & but in a cool way, (1:33
mins out of 1:56 hr). He finishes up with ”how to discover your core identity”, then goes on how to
figure out the market core identity (their real desire outcome, what life the really want), the final
formula is actually caring about the prospect and moving them forward towards that goal. Okay,
sounds cool.
I think I figured my core identity, after days of introspection: Drown out the noise of the
dysfunction western society (Hello feminism and corporate 9 to 5 jobs), and live in my own happy
ideal life style. Be an Ubermensch - super smart, super rich, super awesome (super famous is not in
the equation) - yet at the same time, remain humble, enjoy the simple things in life, and give back to
certain charities. Also, not to rely on the internet for income 100 percent, because what if the USA
and Europe erect a great firewall and kills e-commerce? I always like multiple contingency plans.
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 pages of Principles Of Social Competence by Manhood
Academy (Progress: 100/181 pages | Real page count is 284 pages total). The authors discuss about
establishing and exercising functional authority as a man (AKA, being a ”real man” as a oppose
to a limp wrist, passive aggressive nancy boy). Practically speaking, this involves saying no to
dysfunctional women behavior, and leading her to create order.
Learn a foreign language: (40 minutes today,Total accumulated time starting at Dec 01 2011:
112 minutes) Learned how to say the months. It’s simply by saying the number + adding ”wol”
(sounds like wall but with wol)
January (1) = eel wol
Febuary (2) = ee wol
March (3) = sam wol
Note:
June (6) = Yoo wol, instead of yook wol.
October (10) = shi-wol, instead of ship wol
Nov (11) = ship eel wol (10 + 1 + wol)
Dec (12) = ship ee wol (10 + 2 + wol)
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Year = D (yung)
Month = € (wol - but sounds like whoa)
Day = | (eel)
The date format in Korea is:
Year - Month - Day
Word of the day: lugubrious \loo-goo-bree-uhs\ mournful, dismal, or gloomy, especially in an
affected, exaggerated, or unrelieved manner: lugubrious songs of lost love.
Building an online business (Yeah!): Spent an hour optimizing the product review page. Here’s what
I did:
• Various call to action towards the vendor’s landing page, including text CTA and image CTA
• Used gimp to edit the photos and incoporate CTAs into it ”Click here to visit their official
website”, ”Click here to read a sample of their book” etc
• Using a specialized search syntax, scouted for objectived reviews of the product posted by people
on various forums, and used that as proof that that the product works. (”neutral review”). Used
that and put it into the review page.
• Signed up at my competitor’s website email list, and reverse engineer her email campaign. How
often does she send out emails? How is she profiting from the emails? What is her subject head
line? Where does she place her call to action in the email body? What kind of tips does she
give? I’m going to absolutely nothing but sit back and emulate her campaign.
Watch something inspiration: Watched 2 episode of Serial Experiments Lain (8/13 episodes). This
anime reminds me of the movie, ”Fight Club”. The main character, Lain, experience some sort of
extreme cognitive dissonance that she creates a doppler ganger. Makes sense? Like Jack in Fight
Club imagining Tyler Durden. The Anime also deals with the blurred line between online reality
and offline reality, and how it’s slowly merging into one.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Came wrote: I am 14, from the UK and make websites for people, mainly in New York. My
motivations are money, getting a girlfriend and having fun. I just don’t really know where to start!
Please give me tips on how to. I am willing to do almost anything to change.
Here’s my reply:
When I was 14, I really wished I had a big brother - or a model figure - to tell me this.
Advice on gaining confidence and getting a girlfriend
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The gym is the breeding ground for confidence. When you can squat 2 times your body
weight, or bench press 1.5 times your body weight, you will feel an overwhelming sense of confidence.
Why? You - intuitively - understand that punch a hole into someone’s skull should you get
into a fight. Once you can stand up for yourself, your fear of failure, fear of getting ridicule by others,
will dissipate like snow during a summer heat wave.
You will go through a phase of ”Mother fucker, you think I give a shit what you think? Don’t make
me bitch smack you”. After a while, you will become more humble. But you first will go through the
”I’m better then you” phase. That’s just the nature of things.
By hitting the gym, you will build chisel muscles that will get the ”girls” wet. Their body
will tingle, and your reputation as the ”hunk” around school was circulate. Girls will line up and
jockey for position to date you. When you walk around school, they will give you a flirty gaze while
twirling their hair.
By having a big, chisel body packed with muscles and a relax confident attitude, having a
girlfriend - or mutiple girlfriends. I recommend 2 - shouldn’t be a problem. The first step is work on
yourself, the girls will follow.
I recommend you do a 5/3/1 routine (http://www.strstd.com) and eat big. Eat lots of carb
and protein. Bulk up. Be big, be alpha.
It goes back to the quote ”Do the thing (gym) ,and get the power (girls). Not get the power
(girs) then do the thing (gym)”
Advice on making a pile of money
You don’t get rich working for other people . You need to start a business that serves a
market need, then learn how to systemize your business, so you can outsource or automate every
single part of the operation.
The first book I recommend you to read is ”Rich Dad Poor Dad: What The Rich Teach
Their Kids About Money” by Robert T. Kiyosaki because it’s an easy read. Next, read ”The Narrow
Road: A Brief Guide to the Getting of Money” by Felix Dennis
Understand the only way to become truely rich is owning a business, and putting your money into
various investment vechicles. You’re making about $800 a month, that’s great. Put $100 of it every
month into a saving account and don’t touch it. This should be a habit for life.
Advice on having fun and living a cool life
Do what you enjoy in life. This will eventually come to you naturally once you progress in
your jouney towards self improvement. I honestly don’t know what you define as fun, but I suspect
it’s making a pile of money and having sex with your girlfriend. Right on.
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Cliff note:
- Go the gym
- Eat alot
- Watch TV 1 hour or less per day
- Read 1 chapter per day
- Focus on building a business
- Have sex with your girlfriend(s) (or whenever you obtain one)
Good luck and don’t give up, have patience young one.
Go kick some ass,
Ubermensch
Shout out to my fellow kinsman, ”Transcendence” (http://transcendencelog.wordpress.com) for
creating the new banner. The mustache on the ”Ubermensch” cracks me up.
Ubermensch Day #43: Time Continuum (Saturday) (2011-12-04 10:41)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 7 minutes. (total accumulated time: 52 minutes). On the
surface level, meditation cultivates patience and detachment. But on a deeper level, it’s to figure out
- not by reasoning but by intuition - the meaing of life and death. I hope one day I can figure out
the meaing of life ; ;
Exercise like a War God: Forced 5 KM march today. Surprisingly nice weather for Dec 02
here in Canada land. (Total accumulated KMs: 9) I speed walk pass old people, little children, and
the black guy that refuse to walk faster.
Listen to self improvement audio (15 minutes) while doing yoga stretches: Listened to Frank
Kern Core Influence: how to make lots of people do almost anything & but in a cool way, (1:48
mins out of 1:56 hr). Cliff notes: How to use core to core influence: when marketing, pretend you’re
speaking to one person; an embodiment of a classic customer; ex: Bob, the Internet marketing
newbie, doesn’t want to make money to buy things, he wants to make money to buy respect and life
style experience. He is also afraid of failure and embarassment (heh)
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 pages of Principles Of Social Competence by Manhood
Academy (Progress: 125/181 pages | Real page count is 284 pages total).
So, so facsinating. The author talks about: what is authority, what is functional desire (need)
and dysfunction desire (want). To exercise authority - know your expections, state your expection,
enforce expection. Be direct, punish, not justify. Apple pain, not frustration. I think the military and
religion apply these concepts to the highest degree. I have two pages worth of note on this, and will
apply it to everyday relationships. (Good thing I’m an INTJ who has a low need for socialization!)
QUESTION TIME FROM BishBashBosh:
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”I read the book you’re reading (Principles of Social Competence), and I found it truly hor-
rific. It equates women’s reasoning power with that of children, states that a woman’s mental
capacity is not equal to a man’s, and that women should be led away from assuming anything like
equality with men for their own good. Do you really think this book contains valuable information,
or are you trolling?”
My reply:
”It equates women’s reasoning power with that of children,”
I don’t think the authors were trying to demean women by implying lower IQ but
rather women rely more on emotions then logic for decision making - similar to children.
”Women score higher in terms of language development and emotional intelligence.” source:
http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2008/01/22/he-s-not-as-smart-a s-he-thinks.html
”states that a woman’s mental capacity is not equal to a man’s”
It’s true, men have higher IQ. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-1274952/Men-ARE-
brainy-wom en-says-scientist-Professor-Richard-Lynn.html
”women should be led away from assuming anything like equality with men for their own
good.”
That’s right. Why? Because a woman’s function isn’t equal to a man. (You can’t have a
woman as a fireman, construction worker or soldier because her body is weaker then a man. However,
she can become a doctor or bus driver because she’s capable (functional) of it. It’s glaring obvious
that women aren’t equal to men, and this is for the good of everyone in society.)
You sound outraged because the truth is shocking (like finding out your parents having sex
everyday at 12:00 PM, sharp).
Does that mean men are more important then women? No. Because without women, there
wouldn’t be men (or humankind, for that matter)
Both genders have different functions that work in synergy to compliment each other. Femi-
nist get it wrong when they try to mold women into men (it’s like using a screw driver as a hammer,
it just doesn’t work)
Being a feminist is bad, so is being a chauvinist. The sweet spot is seeing reality for what it
is and acting accordingly.
Learn a foreign language: Review time 25 minutes of review, 35 minutes of grammar learn-
ing. (Total accumulated time starting at Dec 01 2011: 172 minutes)
Review:
Number and months
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Fruits
Consonant, vowels
Complex vowels (\ and ` and Ì are pronounced ”weh”) (` and ì| are pronounced ”yeh”)
New things learned: topic particles and sentence structure
˜ = I (”na”)
YÝ = student (”Hack seng”)
tä = is (”ee da”)
Therefore, to I am a student, is ”I student am” (˜” YÝtä ) (Na Nin, Hackseng ee me
da)
˜ (I) pairs with ” (is). ˜” (na / nin)
I = ˜ (na)
Person = ¬Œ (sa-ram ... aha! Very common word in song lyrics)
”/@ topic particle, ” is used when the noun has no final consonant, @ used for noun with
final consonant
she = ø@ (ku ya)
she is = ø@” (ku ya nin)
study = _€Xä (kun bue ha da)
She studies = ø@” _€\ä
Tools for learning korean grammar:
http://translate.google.com/
http://parksguide.blogspot.com/2008/09/sentence-order.html
Word of the day: dearth / durth / an inadequate supply; scarcity; lack: There is a dearth of
good engineers.
Today’s conclusion for language learning: grammar is hard (you mad, Ubermensch?). It seems my
natural progression for language learning goes like this:
• 1. Learn basic phrases and expressions to get used to korean
• 2. Learn the numbers and dates and time
• 3. Learn the alphabet
• 4. Learn the grammar
• 5. Learn more words
• 6. Use everything in synergy to read, speak and write Korean
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Building an online business (Yeah!): Wrote 500 words article, post it on website, interlink it and
polished it. Didn’t keep track of how long it took to write it - 20 minutes? (Progress: 21/50 pages)
But I think my copy is super persuasive, I write the article to appeal to the audience’s core identity.
I went to the mail box to collect my affiliate checks. 4 checks totaling a pantry $260 USD. Oh
god, why are they still sending checks in 2011? And $260 USD, a far cry from $10,000 USD per
month. Uh ... yeah, I need to get to work.
I think there’s a myth when it comes to a lazy affiliate. I need to work 10 times as hard, and
smart if I want to make $10,000 USD per month. But more importantly, to re-invest back into the
business (outsourcing, media buy funds, software upgrades etc). Not vacationing for 3 months also
helps.
I decided to narrow my focus exclusively on hitting the 10k USD per month mark strictly through
affliate marketing (this encompass adsense and CPAs). If I switch to publishing ebooks on Kindle
(it’s hot right now), or Ebay, or creating my own info products, I’m just stretching myself too thin.
$10k USD a month first, then I can diversify my revenues.
Watch something inspiration: Watched 2 episode of Serial Experiments Lain (10/13 episodes). Oh
god, what am I watching. This anime is completely non-sequitur, it jumps from one scene to another,
questioning our most fundamental questions in life: ”Who am I; is there God; am I more then my
body or is there a spirit; who you erase someone’s memory, are they the same person?” etc.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Time seems to melt for me, the days fade into nights, and the night morph into days. I’m los-
ing track of time, it’s like I’m falling into the abyss, where time seems to stop. I’m timeless now. Or
in popular self help parlance ”living in the moment”.
I’m on day #43 now, it seems like the habits have been established and momentum gained, life
only goes up from here - because we all know, you’re either becoming better, or declining, like a senile
old man.
Ubermensch Day #44: Intrinsic Motivation (Sunday) (2011-12-05 09:27)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 7 minutes. (total accumulated time: 59 minutes). I follow the
same ritual everytime - set the cellphone to ring at 7 minutes mark, sit in Seiza position, 5 foot
from the wall, close my eyes and breathe. Like uninvited house guests, I choose not to entertain my
thoughts for the next 7 minutes. I sit like cat (they’re infinitely patient). My foot starts to feel funny
from the dearth of blood circulation. I continue to sit before the ring tones erupts, the 7 minutes is
up. It feels much shorter. Meditating have taught me nothing last forever. Life is short.
Exercise like a War God: n/a. Sunday is my rest day. I have my exercise routine patted down:
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• Monday: gym - Overhead press (shoulders)
• Tuesday: gym - dead lifts (backs)
• Wednesday: 2 KM jog
• Thursdy: gym - bench press (chest)
• Friday: gym - squats (legs)
• Saturday: 2 to 5 KM force marched
• Sunday: rest
Listen to self improvement audio (15 minutes) while doing yoga stretches: Finished Frank Kern Core
Influence: how to make lots of people do almost anything & but in a cool way, (1:56 mins out of
1:56 hr). Thank god I finished it after leaving it to dust in the hard drive for 2 months.
Cliff note:
• Everything you say, do or write to your market matters (In other words, you have to care for
your visitors)
• Piece of information solves the person’s problem and move them closer to their ideal identity,
results in advance. (In other words, the more value you provide, the more value ( $ $) you get)
• Borrow the voice of the market (In other words, instead of saying .. ”You probably think
...”, borrow the voice of a market in form of a person who wants to start ZXY habit. ”Hey
Ubermensch, how do I hit the gym all day, I wanna lose fat and make my penis look big” - ”Well
you see Billy Bob, first you put the ice-cream out of your mouth”)
Really, really cool stuff. This will help me immesely on my path to become a more ”effortless”
marketer.
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 pages of Principles Of Social Competence by Manhood
Academy (Progress: 150/181 pages | Real page count is 284 pages total).
The author talks about exercising functional authority. I thought he’s going to teach me how
to smack hos, but approach is more practical and benevolent
Dyfunctional punishment: physical punishment, guilt tripping, begging or humiliation (quality
of an emasculated male)
Functional punishment: verbal disagreement, rejection, ignoring, negative assiocation, social pressure
(qualitfy of an alpha male)
The goal of exercising functional punishment is to remove disfunctional female behaviors (rudeness,
flakiness, shaming, passive aggressive behaviors etc) and replace it with functional female behaviors
(nuturing, feminine charm, co-operation, support). Once compliance is met, reward must be dispense
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(affection, provision, protection)
Thinking back in my past relationship, mid-way through I failed to exercise functional au-
thority. Naturally, my ex-GF exhibit dysfunctional behavior that went unchecked, and that eroded
our relationship to the point I had to cut it of from frustration.
Contrast that to my current relationship, I consistently exercise functional authority (uncon-
sciously and by accident), which removes dyfunctional female behaviors. I have also worked to
removed dyfunctional behaviors in myself. The end result: we’re deeply in love, because order is
achieved.
Now it all makes sense now. Why do women stay in abusive relationships with ”jerks” and
”assholes”? Because they’re exercising (dyfunctional) authority. Even dyfunctional authority is sexier
then no authority at all (You hear that, limp wrist nancy boys)
Therefore, when we see a fat person (or someone’s who’s chronically broke, or sexless) have
daily dysfunctional habits. The fattie fail to exercise authority over her habit (AKA, putting the
cake out of her mouth). She becomes frustrated that she’s fat, yet she has the sole authority over her
habits. On a side note, Fat Acceptance Movement irks me. Fat shaming is a good counter-strategy
against FAM.
Since I have a girlfriend(s), I’m not actively persuing women by mall and college campus pick
up. However, as a social experiment I will in the future, write a log of approaching 5 women per day
and getting their phone numbers. (in the name of social experiment and social skills improvement)
Learn a foreign language: 60 minutes (Total accumulated time starting at Dec 01 2011: 232
minutes)
Topic particle ( ” and @)- used for the subject or topic of a sentence. Rules: if the noun
ends with a vowel, attach @. If the noun doesn’t end with a vowel, attach ”
Examples:
(” = neun)
(@ = eun)
¸@ (John, ends with Consonant, add @)
” (Young su, ends with vowel, add ”)
Identifier Particle (/ and t) - used to identity the subject or thing talked in the sentence.
It is more concerned with who did the things asked. Rules: Like topic particles, identifier particles
follow the same rule: / is used for noun/thing ending with vowel, t is used for noun/thing ending
with consonant.
˜” Àä = I bought (places more emphasis on ”what I did”)
´/ Àä = I bought (places more emphasis on ”who” did it)
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Vocabulary:
Drink = ÈÜä (Pronouced: masida - Mah, sa, da)
Eat = 9ä (Pronouced: meogda)
Park = _Ð (Pronounced: kun-won)
Word of the day: Melancholy /[mel-uhn-kol-ee/ a gloomy state of mind, especially when ha-
bitual or prolonged; depression. - Amid the melancholy, there is a glimmer of resilience and a hope
that feels hard-won.
Building an online business (Yeah!): 700 words article for page. (Progress: 22/50 pages)
I have a problem with inadvertently writing in a condescending tone. I really don’t mean it,
it’s just how cold and logic INTJs are. However this is bad when I’m writing the articles because it
seems like I’m insulting the visitors.
For example, if I’m writing in a dating niche it would be something like this:
”You should man up and approach women, you limp wrist nancy boy. It’s not that hard.
God damn, don’t even talk to me.”
After listening to Frank Kern audio and implementing his core influence concept, my writing
has transformed into something like this:
”I was really nervous when I first started this whole ”approaching women” thing. I thought it
was weird and nerve wrecking. (Believe me, I have social anixety). But after approaching them and
saying ”Hi”, I realize that it’s not that of a big deal. They didn’t bite me (thank god!).
I’m also a scrawny guy and I’m not a big fan of going to the gym. (The only thing I lift is
my video games controller, LOL). But I decided what the heck, for 1 day I’ll go to the gym and see
what I can do. I realize that the gym is a nice and friendly environment, and lifting weights isn’t
pretty easy. Over the couple months I have gained 7 pounds of muscles performing simple exercises.
A girl in my class started to compliment on my arms, which is a good confident booster”.
Building an online empire blue print:
The only way to create a website that will be money for years and years to come is to build
an authority website with incredible lasting value in an ever green market (weight loss, wedding help,
self improvement, sex help) instead of fads (Justin Bieber sex dolls, lastest celebrity diet, funny cat
pictures)
I will simply emulate success by looking at the market, and what authority website is in the
market at this moment, instead of coming up with a new ”break through”. (A very common mistake.
I definately won’t be trying to invent a new niche - ”How to dress nice for fat people?” heh)
For example:
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• StevePavlina.com is perceived as an authority website in personal development with his hun-
dreds of useful articles that move people towards their goal of becoming a better person.
• www.webmd.com is an authority website in the medical field. The website help people maintain
a healthier lifestyle, and by providing medical advice.
• Bodybuilding.com is an authority website for - uh, body building. I think. (just kidding)
What these websites have in common:
• Long, helpful articles that help people move closer to their goals
• 300+ pages worth of content
• Branding - to build trust and establish authority
• But most importantly ... they care about their visitors
By shouldering the responsibly of actually caring for their customers and providing useful, actionable
content, the visitors naturally reciprocate - giving 1 way link, word of mouth referal, buying stuff off
the website etc
300+ pages of content. I have a two options: write 1 page per day, or hire people to write for
me. Since funding is low, I will elect to write the articles myself, just 1 article per day. (A high
quality article).
But I should also be adding a more workable schedule, like link building and adding content into
the email campaign also.
Watch something inspiration: Watched 2 episode of Serial Experiments Lain (12/13 episodes). This
anime is truely one of the weirdest anime I ever watched, and this is coming from a weird person. Lain
makes the conclusion that we don’t need our bodies, humans are merely software ... or do we really
need our bodies? At one point, some guy masquerading as God in the ”Wire” (internet) manifest in
real life and becomes a monster. Ok... okay.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
The way I see life, you’re either going up or down in life. (Third option is stagnating. Yes, this
means you, the fat middle age guy working in the same job, having sex with the same wife for 17
years, and rising your brag kids)
It may sound strange but the effort of going to the gym or watching TV is the same - because
both are breed from habits. Either going up or down. People who live a mediocre life made an error
in their daily habits, which over time, leads to nothing but a very life.
A great habit isn’t merely a ”habit”, it’s actually exercising authority over your life. If you don’t
exercise over your life, it will fall into a state of entropy, or worse, someone will exercise influence over
your life.
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Ubermensch Day #45: Miyamoto Musashi (2011-12-06 08:14)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 7 minutes. (total accumulated time: 66 minutes). Eyes opened
or close? Eyes opened, as the old monk instructed. I practice inhaling, exhaling and counting 1 to
10. 1 for every exhale. I see why the monk instructs us to do this - it cultivates concentration, and
less intrusive thoughts into the mind.
Exercise like a War God: I marched to the gym in pissing rain. I think God is trolling me. It’s
warm for Dec 05 here in Canada land.
I have the exact same ritual before I hit the gym. My clothes and gym bag is always in order;
it takes me 30 seconds to get dress and out of the house. I marched to the gym in pissing rain. To
combat the misery, I put on happy music and think of my girlfriend. Ah, love is self hypnosis. ”You
and I” by Park Bom.
Today is over head press day; I pick up the weight like a war god and heave it into the air - in
a controlled matter. Last week 50 pull ups and 50 dips was really tough, I felt like a pregnant lady
struggling to finish the routine. This week was slightly easier, as I perform the pull ups and dips with
demonic like determination.
Listen to self improvement audio: Watched ”Unstoppable Affiliate” course by Andrew Handsen
Video #1: Offer research (20 minutes)
1. find a high converting offer
2. At least profitable keywords
3. Profitability analysis (will the offer convert? See someone’s else data)
Video #2: Competition spy (20 minutes)
1. Go to offervault.com to see current offers
2. Use Google adwords tool to see the keywords and monthly search volume
3. Landing page quality
4. Profitability test - check Adwords advertiser, or other affiliate ranking
5. Use Google insight/trend to see how sustainability of the offer
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 pages of Principles Of Social Competence by Manhood Academy
(Progress: 175/181 pages | Real page count is 284 pages total).
In the final chapters of this book, the author demostrates the practical side of enforcing functional
authority. This includes:
• Avoid lies, mis-characterization, or denial
• Make strangers feel welcome, speak plainly and direct, show affections and warn others of danger
• Communication isn’t about data or information, it’s about the conveying and facilitation of
order
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• Communication is also ”your” personal intrepetion of experience and effectively expressing it.
”Oh hey! I went for a run today in cold, Canadian weather. I had to double layer my pants or
else my balls would shivel up like rasins”
• Speak slow, be direct, be candid, be descriptive.
This book is a required reading for everyone (females included)
I always wonder why do bouncers in night club get hot women. Bouncers get paid relatively
low wages and it’s a menial job. However, upon reflection I realize why women find bouncers
attractive:
1. They exercise functional authority over a large crowd of people
2. They’re muscular. Muscles is a manifestation of order (discipline). Discipline to consistently hit
the gym.
Learn a foreign language: Learned additive particle, Ä (too, also, etc), |/D (object parti-
cle), plus new words. 60 minutes (Total accumulated time starting at Dec 01 2011: 292 minutes)
Word of the day: morose - adjective - gloomily or sullenly ill-humored, as a person or mood,
ex: ”Yo yo, check out diss bitch she da morose”
Building an online business (Yeah!): I will finish watching the video marketing course (5 hours) from
UnStoppableAffiliate.com ( $97 marketing course), after that, I will immediately implement what I
learn. (Putting $50 into my domain registar so I can reigster a bunch of .info domain names ( $3
dolla yo!)
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Serial Experiments Lain (13/13 episodes).
Oh god, this anime is a mind fuck. I have to re-watch the whole thing 5 times if I want to truely
instead the depth of this series. In the end, Lain turns out to be a computer program - or is she?
The anime is trying to convey there is more then just the physical world. Perhaps the ”Wire” isn’t
the Internet I was talking about, but a metaphor for the spiritual world. Lain had many versions
of her, and she did look like an apparition at some parts. Lain copy #1 told the other Lain: ”Well,
it’s nice that we closed down the wire world to the real world isn’t it? They won’t be able to see us
anymore”.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Miyamoto Musashi - the original gangster of Japan. As a clueless teenager, I read his book
but did not grasp the depth of his wisdom. 5 years later, I’m re-reading his books and his words slice
my mind, like a sharp katana.
Do nothing that is of no use
How I implemented it: no video games, ditched a bunch of useless friends, not mingling with
losers, ditched a bunch of women [that isn’t going anywhere], no wasted Internet time, every activity
is analyzed and questioned of it’s usefulness.
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Never stray from the Way.
How I implemented it: Habits. A stead fast, unwavering commitment to life goals. Practi-
cally speaking - doing daily habits that amounts to something big overtime.
there is nothing outside of yourself that can ever enable you to get better, stronger, richer,
quicker, or smarter. Everything is within. Everything exists. Seek nothing outside of yourself.
How I implemented it: Intuitively knowing that life (or society, friends, or parents) doesn’t
owe you SHIT. If I want to make something happen, I must be the one to set foot and do it. This is
the method to beat procrastination and live a life of how I want it to be.
Today is victory over yourself of yesterday; tomorrow is your victory over lesser men.
How I implemented it: checking off the daily habits. For some people, their victory is going
for a run. Others is stop eating junkfood. It reminds me of the other adage: ”Do what others won’t
do today, so you can live life tomorrow how others can’t”.
Ubermensch Day #46: Goal Psychology (2011-12-07 00:44)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 7 minutes. (total accumulated time: 72 minutes). I wake up,
roll out of bed like a hamster, and meditate. The time passed by shockingly fast, as a whirl wind of
thoughts enter my mind. I un-consciously choose to entertain it, because my mind is still a foggy
haze right before waking up. The 7 minutes pass by shockingly fast.
Exercise like a War God: Went to the gym - it’s finally not raining! But it’s cold. Really
cold here in Canada land. Did my dead lifts, heaviest set being 240 lbs (108 kgs). I grunt like a
pregnant lady giving birth. Did 50 good mornings and 50 hanging leg raise before calling it a day.
I have marched to the gym through hail, snow, and rain. I showed up to the gym many
times when I haven’t slept all night, only to workout, come home, eat and pass out.
Going to the gym is no longer a contest of ”will power” or ”discipline”.
It is joy.
Joy of of exercising authority over my body. Joy of lifting the weight high into Heaven like a
War God and smashing it back down into Earth. Joy of the ”muscle pumps” and experiencing
soreness the day after, because it was a damn good work out.
The gym is no longer a place with fancy machineries and heavy plates; it is a sacred place to
test the limits of the mind and body.
When I was in the Zen center, I thought it was goofy that monks would bow before entering
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the meditation hall, and bow before leaving. Now I realize why they do that - to pay respect.
Respect for a place that cultivates them to become a better human being.
Listen to self improvement audio (15 minutes) while doing yoga stretches: watched 2 1/2
hours of Internet marketing (current progress: 17/43 videos) It’s crunch time for Internet Marketing
course, ”Unstoppable Affiliate” e-course, 5 hours worth of content. I need to quickly assimilate
the course, then immediately implement (ie, build websites, increase conversion, build backlinks,
competition analysis, profit analysis, keyword research etc ad infinitum).
Read a fascinating book: Finished reading Principles Of Social Competence by Manhood
Academy (Progress: 181/181 pages | Real page count is 284 pages total).
Notes: Relationship balance - am I giving the other person pleasurable incentive to met my
expectations? Am I removing dyfunctional behavior from the other person that is hindering the
relationship, am I directing the person’s behavior by stating my expectation; am I able to meet
everyone’s needs with my expectations, including my own? Removing dyfunctional behavior must
be replaced with functional behavior, punishment and incentive must be given. Guide and restrict
them.
Social competence goes into 3 stage: First you must be governed (as a child). As you grow,
you become the archor (as a father, teacher, or employer etc). Eventually with enough wisdom,
becoming the managing spider - governing a community, manage the lives of others. Last stage
shoulderes huge responsability.
Excellent book, I would re-read it again in 3 years time.
Currently reading: Talent Is Overrated: What Really Separates World-Class Performers from
Everybody Else by Geoffrey Colvin (Progress: 15/208 pages physical book page count: 240)
Up coming books I’m reading:
• Zen in the Art of Archery by Eugen Herrigel and Daisetz T. Suzuki
• Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die by Chip Heath
• Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies by Jim Collins
Learn a foreign language: 1 hour, concentration of words, grammar (additive particle, topic particle,
identifier particle,subject particle) and reading comprehension. (Total accumulated time starting at
Dec 01 2011: 352 minutes)
Phrase: I am a student = ˜” YÝtä
Breakdown: ˜” (I am) YÝ (student) tä (is)
Phonetically: ˜” (na neun) YÝ (hackseng) tä (ee da)
Note: ” is a topic particle
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Phrase: He is kind = ø” \_Xä
Breakdown: ø” (he) \_ (kind) Xä (is)
Phonetically: ø” (ku nin) \_ (jin seo) Xä (ha da)
Phrase: John went = ¸@ ¸ä
Breakdown: ¸@ (john) ¸ä (went)
Phonetically: ¸@ (jon eun) ¸ä (kut ta)
Eat = 9ä (meog da, sounds like mo oat da)
Ate = 9Èä (meog-eossda, sounds like mo oat cut da)
Drink = ÈÜä (masida, individually it’s pronounced ”ma sa da”)
Go = /ä (ka da)
Come = $ä (oh ta)
A person = ¬Œ@ (sa ram eun)
Sky = X˜
The sky = X˜@ (@ is a subject particle)
Word of the day: plutocracy /noun/ - ploo-tok-ruh-see - a government or state in which the
wealthy class rules. Example, ”The rulers of a plutocracy society will be ... uh ... nice people.”
Building an online business (Yeah!): Next 2 days is going to be crunch time for learning,
once I blast through the marketing video course (taking notes, 10 pages worth), I will immediately
take action, and report the profits the websites. The only CPA networks I’ll use is Neverblue Ads,
ShareAsale, and Clickbank.
Watch something inspiration: watched two episodes of Chiyahafuru (8/25 episodes). This
show always bring a tear to my eyes, I like Chiyaha steadfast attitudes that propel her to greatness;
it’s a classic plot of an underdog turned champion. Watching the show gives me a temporary boost
of motivation; it makes me want to go to the gym and lift weights with the intensity of a thousand
sun. I want to dead lift a 5 ton truck; until my muscle tears, my tendon stretch, my spinal cartilage
compress.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Achieving goals requires a certain level of stoicism. It’s like watering a oak tree - you water
it everyday, and the growth seems imperceptible. You plant the damn seed and you water it for a
week and you don’t even see a damn stalk. It requires a level of belief that underneath the surface,
it’s working.
I think the biggest fundamenal shift in life is knowing that ... life doesn’t owe you SHIT.
What if you wake up the next morning with vagina cancer? What if, you let the dog out
and it runs away from home, never to return. What if you’re squatting on the toilet, an armer robber
kicks down your bathroom door and shoots off your testicules?
Yet despite knowing this, we still march on forward with the daily habits.
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Why do most people fail at their goals? I think it’s a fundamental error in judgement -
they’re creature comfort who want to feel good now, and tomorrow can wait. Yet tomorrow delay
itself until next year, and they make a New Year resolution, and that new year becomes next decade,
until they’re old and senile, looking back at their squandered life.
”Do the habit today, or suffer from the consequence a year from now”
I blog everyday because I cannot motivate anyone; I can only motivate myself. By blogging,
I hold accountability for every action I take, for every minute I spend, for every thought I ponder
about. One day when I achieve greatness, I will look back into this blog and chuckle to myself.
Ubermensch Day #47: Boiling Point (2011-12-07 22:36)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 7 minutes. (total accumulated time: 79 minutes) Now I realize
why there’s proper form for sitting, proper form for breathing, even proper form for placing your
hand (resting on your lap, at the navel, left hand underneath the right hand). When proper form is
achieved, order is in place. This helps make zazen much more enjoyable instead of agonizing.
Exercise like a War God: 6 KM march today (Total accumulated KMs: 9), went to the grocery
store and bank. There’s snow on the ground here, in Canada land. The weather is dark and gloomy
but I’m radiating light like Jesus on a Pogo stick.
Listen to self improvement audio while doing yoga stretches: (Progress: 2.5 hours / 5 hours, 24/42
videos)
Review of what I learned yesterday and today:
• Affiliate offer analysis - does it convert?
• Discovering new products with low competition for ”fast” products using Offervault.com and
Odigger.com
• Keywords that are high converting (product names, product review, buy product, best ZXY)
• Competition analysis - analysis other affiliate’s websites, web site ranking, and what they’re
selling in that particular niche, backlink analysis
• Authority websites vs mini-websites (best to have a mix of both)
• Site strategy - how to direct a visitor into the merchant’s link for commission, and copywriting
techniques
• How to optimize an affiliate website layout for maximum conversion
• Employing Google analytics
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• Presell theory / crafting the prefect presell article
Once I’m done through this video course, I will not refer back to it. A sweet ratio is 1:9 for
learning/action. I probably should spend around 45 hours of solid work before consulting anymore
marketing material.
Read a fascinating book: Talent Is Overrated: What Really Separates World-Class Perform-
ers from Everybody Else by Geoffrey Colvin (Progress: 35/208 pages physical book page count:
240). The book discuss why talent is - ahem - over-rated. The important fact: ”deliberate practice”
and lots of it. Deliberate practice is learn, do, review, adjust, and restart again. Then do this for a
least a decade to become world class.
Learn a foreign language: More particles stuff. (Total accumulated time starting at Dec 01
2011: 412 minutes)
Written form:
This = tƒ (e got)
It = øƒ (ku got)
That = ¸ƒ (troll got)
Spoken form:
tƒ@ ’ t¸ (e gone)
øƒ@ ’ ø¸ (ku gone)
¸ƒ@ ’ ¸¸ (troll gone)
Here = ì0 (yo-gi)
There (it) = /0 (ko-gi)
Over there = ¸0 (jo-gi)
ì0” is also usually contracted to ì4 for the pronunciation’s sake.
ì0” ’ ì4 (yo gin)
/0” ’ /4 (ko gin)
¸0” ’ ¸4 (jo gin)
Finally after 7 weeks of learning Korean, I can speak (and read) this fluently with minimal
accent:
HUX8”. ̘ ¸/Ì”. ´ t„@ Ubermensch…Èä. ùàX t„@ 4Ç…ÈL?
˜ )¸.
(Hello. Nice to meet you. My name is Ubermensch. What is your name? I’m hungry)
Word of the day: meritocracy, noun, mer-i-tok-ruh-see. Ex: ”Poker is strictly a meritocratic
society”
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Building an online business (Yeah!): It’s going to consume another another 2.5 hours to fin-
ish the Unstoppable Affiliate e-course, (Progress: 25 / 42 videos watched), when I’m done, I’m going
to rather up the tools needed and get to work.
The Blue Print:
• Create a metric ton of affiliate mini sites in conjunction with affiliate authority sites
• Promote a super wide range of products through out the 3 CPA networks (Neverblue Ads,
Shareasale, Clickbank)
• Re-invest back in the business: Link Submitter ( $20 per month), Link Emperor ( $127 per
month), different web hosting in Canada, USA, UK, and Australia (estimated cost: $40 per
month)
• Hire college kids from elance.com and Indians from odesk.com to build web empire
• Register for a LLC or S-corp
Mile stones (must be profit, not revenue):
• Hit the $5,000 USD per month goal, expected date: March 31, 2012) Celebrate with the girl-
friend by getting her drunk.
• Hit the $10,000 USD per month goal, expected date: TBA : Dance with joy and give a random
homeless man $100 in cash
• Hit the $12,000 USD per month goal, expected date: TBA: Use $1000 per month to hire college
kids from elance.com and Indians from odesk.com to create my empire of websites
• Hit the $15,000 USD per month goal, expected date TBA: Re-evaluate business idea and (pos-
sibly) diversitfy into other business ventures (Amazon Publishing, Ebay drop shipping, Digital
products creation)
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of IdolMaster (19/25). I have to stop watching
Anime that is still airing, waiting for episodes to come out once a week sucks.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Everyone has burst of motivations, like the New Year resolution crowd that hit the gym, only
to disappear into thin air a week later (or 2 weeks at best)
How do you sustain and keep your self motivated for days, weeks, years, decades, until the
day you die? It’s from understanding - through direct experience - which will trigger life changing
epiphanies.
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Allow me to explain ...
When a person sits down and watch a piece of shit TV show (Hello, American Idol) they fail
to see that it’s squandered use of time - time that could’ve spent going to the gym, or reading a
book, or making money.
”But 1 TV show can’t hurt ...”
”It’s just 1 donut ... I’ll walk it off. I’m not fat”
”I’ll leave it until tomorrow ... meh”
It’s only after years when they’re still working the same boring job, or become a bloated sea
cow do they see the error in their judgement. This is when they panic and looking for miracle
breakthroughs - get rich overnight books, or magic diet pills. The real secret have been staring at
them in the face everyday - yet they fail to see it.
(Strangely enough, going to the gym and watching TV takes the same amount of mental ef-
fort, once it becomes a habit. Strange but true)
How sustained progress is made:
Sustained progress is daily habits. The habits can be simpe or complex, but as long as it’s a
habit, there will be progress (assuming continous, proper course of adjustment is made)
[Note to self: try not to sound so serious, you can offend people and come off as pretentious.
BUT I’M WRITING THIS FOR ME, NOT FOR OTHER PEOPLE. Shut up voice]
Ubermensch Day #48: Inner demons (2011-12-10 04:22)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 7 minutes. (total accumulated time: 86 minutes). I’m achieving
excellent meditation form thanks to the guidance from the old monk from the Zen center; zazen on
hard wood floor no longer hurts my knees and foot. When we zazen in the zendo, we had cushion
seats and another cushion to wedge between the ass. I’m doing zazen like a samurai; there’s a certain
false pride in that.
Exercise like a War God: Marched to the gym at 8:00 AM as usual. There’s one guy that
does homo-erotic poses in front of the mirror while swinging 5 lbs dumb bells around. I think he’s
recovering from an injury. Or, he just enjoys doing nancy boy warm ups in front of the mirror. My
new favorite exercise is dumb bell rows, I can feel my lats swelling like a tumor while pumping 50 lbs
DBs.
Listen to self improvement audio (15 minutes) while doing yoga stretches: n/a
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 pages, Talent Is Overrated: What Really Separates World-
Class Performers from Everybody Else by Geoffrey Colvin (Progress: 60/208 pages physical book
page count: 240).
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Apparently, IQ and memory plays a small role in success. The author claims that sucess is
merely hard work (”deliberate practice”). Studies found that the most elite violinists simply
practiced more then their cohorts; Jerry Lee Rice, regarded as the ”greatest wide receiver of all time
and one of the greatest players in National Football League history” simply WORKED HARDER
then his peers. I think the author is trying to tell us something.
Learn a foreign language:
Word of the day: stratocracy, [struh-tok-ruh-see], noun, government by the military. ”The
congo is a stratocracy”
Building an online business (Yeah!): n/a
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of IdolMaster (20/25).
I cried manly tears, why is it so sad. The media exposed Chihaya’s younger brother died in
a car crash. Chihaya got depress and gave up on her singing career. Her peers encourage her to sing
again, and in the end she does; her passion is singing, her purpose is to keep singing, because that’s
why made her younger brother happy when he was alive.
I have slowly reduced my anime consumption from 3 episodes per day, to 1. It’s affiliate
marketing crunch time, so sacrifice must be made. But it’s still 365 episodes per year, or 121 hours
(20 mins * 365 = X / 60 = 121)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
I like pacing around in a dark room and think. Sometimes it’s for 5 minutes. Sometimes 30.
I call it quality thinking time.
I think people are scared of being alone, alone with their own thoughts, with their inner
demons, scared of what the future will bring them.
People hold themselves accountable when they’re alone. Did they spend this year thriving
and full of joy, or being miserable and merely trying to survive? Are they doing anything to improve
themselves? These kind of thoughts are the inner demons, and it’s scary. So they drown out these
thoughts through junk TV shows, junk novels, junk magazines.
The first step to living an amazing life is instilling daily, positive habits.
[And to those people I say, you’re going to die one day. Accept it, have fun in life, and die
without regrets. I personally recommend farting in a crowded mall on a Saturday.]
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Spent quality time with the newly ”acquired” big boobs girlfriend, hnnnng love her so much.
Love is self hypnosis and I’m fully aware of it. But still - it feels so good.
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I used functional authority to change her mind from ”No, I’m not staying overnight with you
in the hotel. We’re not going to have sex” to ”Ughhhh don’t stop, keep going” all night long.
More on this on Day #49.
Ubermensch Day #49: Relevation (2011-12-10 14:10)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
It’s midnight. I’ve been outside in an 33 hours drunken adventure. I’ll try to write this to
the best of my ability.
Using functional authority for sex. (Or maybe she just really loves me)
Spend 24 hours straight with the girlfriend that I love so, so, so much.
I used functional authority to change her mind from No, Im not staying overnight with you
in the hotel. Were not going to have sex to Ughhhh dont stop, keep going all night long.
What I used:
Stated expectation
Functional authority
Negative association
Incentive/reward
Ubermensch: So, I’m going to put my penis inside you. We’re going to a hotel after this
[restaurant]
Big boob girlfriend: No.
Ubermensch: Do you have work tomorrow?
BBG: Hm, no.
UM: Why don’t you want to? You know that’s not normal, don’t act like those weird girls. [Negative
association] . We’re going to the hotel, it’s what normal couples do [stated expectation + social
pressure].
BBG: But I don’t feel comfortable ...
UM: Fine, we won’t have sex. We’ll just cuddle and do cute couples stuff. [Downgrading expectating]
Sounds good?
BBG: Sounds okay then.
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cue to hotel bed scene*
UM: Take off your shirt
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BBG: Hm, no.
UM: Why? Is there something wrong. I expect you to be perfectly honest with me [stated
expectation]
BBG: Well, because [reasons extracted] ...
UM: Thank you for being honest with me. I like it when you’re honest, it makes you a good girlfriend
[reward]. Take off your shirt.
BBG: Okay dokey
UM: Whoa, nice boobs.
Whoppee-doo, tell me something more exciting Ubermensch, even my grand parents have sex!
What’s the big deal?
The deep, weird epiphany I had, and my promise to her.
Ubermensch: So, I’m going to be making $10,000 per month on the Internet. We’ll live in a
condo over looking the lake. It’s just me and you, baby.
Big boob girlfriend: Sounds good.
cue to the next day*
UM: You know, I WILL be making $10,000 a on the Internet. If I don’t make $10,000 a
month, I would be lying to myself. I would also be lying to you. I feel so pressure - I can curl up in
a ball in the corner and cry ...
BBG: *giggle*
UM: or I can try until I make it
BBG: You have my support.
UM: Thank you
UM: Tell me what’s your perfect day would be like if you couldn’t fail or have any bad con-
sequence
BBG: It would be ... [her list]. What about yours?
UM: Mine would be ... waking up in the morning with you, in a condo, on the 55th floor,
over looking the lake . My first thought in the morning is ... ”Damn, life is awesome!”. I’ll wake up
at 5:00 AM, before the sun rise. You would be still sleeping, so I’m going to molest you. Morning
sex.
BBG: *giggle*
UM: ... then we’ll wake up and have oatmeals and fruits. Or left over sushi from last night.
I’m going to hit the gym, and you’ll come along with me. You’ll be wearing lulu lemon pants, and
I’ll be like, ”Hmm baby you look sexy”, and you’ll say ”Oh, thank you Ubermensch”.
After that we’ll come back home and have a hot bath together. Then I’ll get to work by
turning on the computer and checking how much money I made overnight. Then I’ll delegate an
army of workers to do the work, because I’m too lazy to work ...
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BBG: But that is a type of work
UM: Yeah, good point. I expect you to work in a job that you find meaningful, and not
some generic office that.
BBG: Yes.
UM: In the evening, you’re going to cook me an awesome, healthy dinner and we’ll eat while
drinking wine, overlooking the lake. Then we’ll go to someplace nice, like a fine arts museum, live
music or the nicest mall and buy you whatever you want.
After that, we’ll get home and sex ... then I’ll pass out immediately afterwards. And you’ll
be like ”Ubermensch, oh my god wake up ...”, and I’ll be like ”No, leave me alone!”
BBG: *giggle* Sounds perfect
UM: That’s my promise to you, baby. *kiss*
[epiphany] - The will to great ...
My epiphany was, ”If all men are cut from the same clothe, I can be one of the greatest,
too.”
When we have deep epiphanies, it feels real. It’s like the difference between reading about
putting our hand in a burning camp fire, and actually doing it.
However, epiphanies must work in conjunction with action - or else it’s just mental masturba-
tion. Or worse, a bravado.
Ever since Project Ubermensch started 41 days ago, I’m tunnel visioning. By that, all I did -
slowly - was building and instilling the habits with a steadfast, unwavering attitude.
But what’s more, Project Ubermensch is no longer a pet project; it feels more real and con-
sequential. I mean, what if I don’t make $10,000 a month? I would disappoint myself, my girlfriend,
and my parents (Yes, I told them about this). I would also disappoint the people who read my blog.
I feel a complusion to succeed, like a crack fiend who needs his next fix.
The most I made online per month was $800 strictly from half ass attempts at SEO’d affili-
ate websites. To hit the 10k USD per month barrier is simply by scaling up the operation. I think
once I break the 10k barrier I would have much more confident in my ability to generate money on
the internet by the boat.
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I know that once I hit my 10k USD/month goal, I will look back into this blog post and
chuckle. ”LOL, Y SO SERIOUS UBERMENSCH?”. It’s okay future Ubermensch, it’s just the
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natural course of things to take it seriously.
[Edit: After passing out from the drunken 33 hours adventure, I woke up, ate breakfast, and
spent 45 minutes writing this ... on a Saturday]
Ubermensch Day #50: A New Meaning (Saturday) (2011-12-11 01:21)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 7 minutes. (total accumulated time: 93 minutes). The time
flew by really, really fast - as if 1 minute passed. This means, my body is getting used to sitting
meditation. However, it also means my mind is too clouded - or does it? I need to consult the monk
at the Zen center for guidance.
Exercise like a War God: Marched to the gym on a Saturday morning (10:00 AM). I need to sweat
the alcohol out from yesterday, so I squat, bench press and dead lift like a boss, with very little break
in between - like a speed demon. For that brief moment in time, nothing matters but lifting the
weight. Put it up, put it down. Pose in the mirror like a boss.
Listen to self improvement audio (15 minutes) while doing yoga stretches:
Spent 1.8 hours watching and taking notes on affiliate marketing. I’m at the link building sec-
tion, pretty stoke for this.
What I learned today:
• How to ”steal” competitor links using scrape box and reverse engineering their link building
campaign
• Article marketing for links
• RSS site submission for links
• Commenting for links
• Links networking for links
I have perhaps 6 or more videos until I’m finish this course, can’t wait.
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 pages of ”What Really Separates World-Class Performers from
Everybody Else” by Geoffrey Colvin (Progress: 85/208 pages physical book page count: 240).
In this part, he discuss the components of deliberate practice. It is:
1. It’s designed specifically to improve performance
2. It can be repeated alot
3. feedback on results is continuously available
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4. It isnt much fun
Gee, nice to know Mr. Colvin. I’m excited to read the next part, ”How Deliberate Practice Works”.
Learn a foreign language: Spent 25 minutes reviewing numbers from 1 to 10. I’m using deliber-
ate practice instead of going through the motions. This is accomplished by spending the first 10
minutes memorizing how to pronounce it (without the dreaded foreigner accent), then counting the
number from 1 to 10, then 10 to 1 backwards. Then I wrote a long, long string of numbers and
pronounce it in Korean without looking at the notes.
Word of the day: gerontocracy /[jer-uhn-tok-ruh-see, jeer-] / - government by a council of el-
ders. ”Old tribes, they favor a gerontocracy society ya know”
Building an online business (Yeah!):
I’m blasting through Unstoppable Affiliate course, I’m excited to finish watching the course so I
can actually start marketing.
Here’s the rough draft of the blue print:
• Gather up all the tools necessary for the operation
• Checklist from A to Z of the operation (will compile this into more detail)
• Systemized every part of the operation
• Start content and link building
• After sufficent fund is achieved, outsource every part of the operation
More details on this in later posts.
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Chiyahafuru (Progress: 10/25 episodes). Watch-
ing cartoon has never been so exciting, an emotional rollar coaster.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
The ”Daily Conclusion” part will no longer be about me dispensing half baked advice (the mean
and condescending undertone doesn’t help either)
Instead, this part will be an evaluation of me. Everyday, I’ll put myself under heavy scrutiny :
• Did I spend my time wisely?
• Did I get the work complete?
• What kind of negative or postive thoughts was I thinking throughout the day?
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• Was I hatching evil plans to steal kid’s lunch monies?
• When I finished this one activity and moving into the next, was there a wasted gap of time
between?
Since I post a blog post every 24 hours, this serves as a good way to give constant feedback to myself.
The purpose of this is to eradicate dysfunctional behaviors, including denial, un-aware of competence,
or negative thought patterns. It is to be replaced with a more functional behavior - deliberate prac-
tice, introspection, proper course of adjustment, thorough planning.
This is taking personal responsability to the fullest, and to reveal every weak link in the armor.
I’m looking forward to recifying the problems.
[Thank you MrRottenTreats for pointing out that I need to put more time and effort into build-
ing the business]
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My priority right now is making more money on the Internet then I can shake a stick at.
So this is what’s the new schedule will look like (rough draft):
Wake up
Meditation (7 mins)
Gym (1 hour)
Read (30 minutes?)
Business (3 hours)
Anime (20 minutes)
Korean (20 minutes)
15 minutes audio of self improvement
If I finish the daily list before sleep, I’ll simply loop to the top and go again.
I haven’t touched the PS3 in 3 weeks. I don’t feel the need to play video game anymore once I
realize it’s a dysfunctional hobby.
Ubermensch Day #51: Imposed Limitation (Sunday) (2011-12-12 00:31)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 103 minutes). Today is
the first 10 minute meditation session. SUCCESS! I’m confident to say I have instilled the meditation
habit down now. When I first started it seems to be a daunting task - having the discipline to sit
still, because we all know time comes to a standstill during meditation. My first meditation habit
when I started on day #35 was for 5 minutes, and continue the daily habit until day #49, where I
had 33 hours of alcohol and sex.
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Exercise like a War God: n/a (rest day)
Listen to self improvement audio (15 minutes) while doing yoga stretches: Listen to Jay Z ”Lost
One” music video, looped 3 times.
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 pages of ”What Really Separates World-Class Performers from
Everybody Else” by Geoffrey Colvin (Progress: 110/208 pages physical book page count: 240).
Summary of the chapter(s):
• they [world class performers] understand the sigificance of indicitators that average performers
don’t understand
• they look further ahead
• they know more from seeing less
• they make finer discrimination then average performer
• They know more
• They remembering things more
• Benjamin Franklin practiced hardcore to become a better writer by practicing in areas he’s bad
at, instead of mindlessly writing tons of essays
Learn a foreign language: Learned how to read out the years. (Total accumulated time starting at
Dec 01 2011: 452 minutes)
For example, 2011 would be ”ee cheun (2 thousand), ship ee (11)”, or 4915 - sah cheun (4
thousand), ku beck (900 hundred), ship oh (fifth teen). Learned the months ”woh”, the year ”Yeung”,
and the day ”eel”. Deliberate practice, yo.
Word of the day: vitriolic [vi-tree-ol-ik] / very caustic; scathing: vitriolic criticism.
Building an online business (Yeah!):
I finally finished the Unstoppable Affiliate course!
I sat on my ass and watched 43 videos (5 hours total), 2700 words of notes, and 5 days of
material absorption that makes my head hurts.
Here’s the tentative blueprint for my $10,000 USD per month affiliate marketing plan:
2-3 authority websites in ever green markets (health, diet, exercise, dating, forex, investment,
etc)
15 single product affiliate websites
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Revenue generation model:
Affiliate commissions from sales and CPA - THAT’S IT.
The model is strictly writing good presell content, and then getting the visitors to click on
the merchant website and make a sell. I’m not going to even create a mailing list (for now)
Traffic generation model:
SEO - THAT’S IT.
End goals:
• 1. Passive income. To make $10,000 USD per month ”hands off, passive income”. Live the
lifestyle I envision.
• 2. Thank the girlfriend for supporting me. Fly her and I to some place nice. (See this poontang?
It ain’t free, boy! This is different time zone poon tang / Chris Rock joke)
• 3. Systemize the whole business and outsource or automate every single part of the operation.
I’m merely a ghost in the machine, observing without doing any ”real” work. (Besides yelling
at people via skype)
• 4. Take a break, have sex with the girlfriend, then come back and aim for $20,000 USD per
month. After that? Use the profits to quickly build other similar business venture (adsense
empire? Amazon kindle publishing? Ebay drop shipping? Hmmm)
Contingency plans:
• 1. Alternative traffic besides SEO: After the website is established and is shown to generate
profit, I will drive other traffic into it - email marketing, youtube marketing, ezine ads, media
buys, PPC etc. This is a contingency plan in case I get Google bitch smack.
• 2. Network diversification: I won’t rely on 1 company for payout, I’m going to spread it between
3 main networks - shareasale.com, neverblueads.com and clickbank.com. However, in the future
I plan on expanding to about 20+ affiliate networks and in-house affiliate programs.
• 3. Hosting diversification: sometimes web hosts get cracked into or DoS, so I’m going to register
for 3 different webhost companies, in case one is shot down to shit.
• 4. Save the money and put it into various investment vehicles, including a brokerage account,
and property units.
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• 5. Hire a lawyer, an accountant, and pay the tax man.
Current monthly business expenses (as of Dec 11 2011)
• 1. ActuallyRank.com $89 per month
• 2. Buildmyrank.com $59 per month
• 3. Backlinkbooster.com $9 per month
• 4. Autoresponder $20 per month
• 5. Web hosts on 2 servers $14 per month
• 6. Business mailbox $10 per month
Total expense per month: $201
Current monthly revenue generation (figures from last month):
• 1. Autoresponder affiliate program: $23 per month
• 2. In-house CPA program that pays out $1.80 per signup: $200- $250 per month (average)
• 3. Clickbank: $20 per month (average)
• 4. Adsense: $20 per month (average)
• 5. Saleasale: $0
• 6. Neverblueads: $15 (average)
Total revenue per month: $303 (average)
From what I can understand, the 3 core activities is:
• 1. Research - market, keywords, offer affiliates, competition spying etc
• 2. Content building - make website, presell articles, etc
• 3. Link building - SEO, yo.
And that’s all I’m going to do. Doing the SEO affiliate site model, no deviation whatsoever.
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of IdolMaster (20/25). Hell yeah, kid cartoons.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
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Originally, when I started Project Ubermensch, I took Saturday and Sunday off by doing noth-
ing. It was reasonable back then - I just started the project.
Now, the project is a 7 days a week thing, and this is the second weekend of me implementing
this new imposed discipline. As long as I get my sleep, exercise, proper diet and light dose of social-
ization, I shouldn’t burn out. I have build up the stamina over the past 51 days to confirm this.
It seems - to me - the path to success entails:
• Daily action to the point of obessiveness (habits)
• A certain level of obessiveness (this and perservence is closely related)
• An adoption of successful strategy (emulation of what successful people have done)
• Constant course of adjustment (to improve. And to discard what isn’t working. In a way, failing
towards success)
• Perservence to see the goals come to fruition (patience, and beating up the mental and ”physical”
road blocks)
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I spend my weekends indoor, from morning to night, learning nerdy stuff like search engine opti-
mization, crafting presell letters, and search engine algorithms. This shit is BORING. However ...
This is merely the price I have to pay in order to accomplish the $10,000 USD per month goal.
When things get boring, I just think back to my girlfriend and my promise to hers, and the life style
I envision.
Ubermensch Day #52: Brain Burn Out (2011-12-13 02:46)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 113 minutes). Meditating
the first thing in the morning is not optimal, my mind is a foggy haze, and concentration is hard. I’m
going to switch it - after I’m done going to the gym, shower, and a book ... THEN meditate.
Exercise like a War God: I marched to the gym today, still coughing phlegm. I don’t think this
cold is going away. Did barbell overhead press, heaviest being 90 lbs for reps. Then did 50 dips and
50 pullups. Then 60 crunches and called it a day.
Listen to self improvement audio (15 minutes): watched ”The Human Machine”, a Navy Seal guy
who runs ultra marathons until his kidney fails. It’s a really, really inspiring video. It’s 6 minutes
long and I looped it 3 times.
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”Life is one continuous journey, there’s no limit for me ... I’m going to continue doing this until
the day I die”
”You’ll always hit a wall, but you can always go parallel left or parallel right and find the door
... and you open it. If you don’t open it, you sit there and quit. Personally, I never quit”
You can watch the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrlmLvPFd g8
[If you know any inspiration video, please leave the link in the comment section]
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 pages of What Really Separates World-Class Performers from
Everybody Else by Geoffrey Colvin (Progress: 135/208 pages physical book page count: 240).
Notes of the chapters:
• know where you want to go
• practice directly (you can’t read about riding a bike or swimming)
• practicing in the work
• self regulation (self discipline) is key
• exceptional performers setting specific as fuck goals that isn’t necessary outcome dependent,
but the process of reaching the goal
• improving better element of the work
• BP (best performers) use specific, technique oriented plan. Razor sharp blade.
• BP, self observation during work
• meta-cognition - knowledge about your knowledge, thinking about what you’re thinkg [editor:
This is to uncover areas where we’re uncompetent in and rectify the problem)
• deepening your knowledge
• the economy is no longer finacial capital but human capital
• a mental model forms a framework on which you hang your growing knowledge of your domain
• how to distinguish revelent from irrelevent information
• mental model allows you to project what happens next
Learn a foreign language: n/a
Word of the day: n/a
Building an online business (Yeah!):
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Here’s what I did today:
Installations, tool gathering and set ups:
Signed up for Actuallyrank.com ( $89 USD per month)
Installed scrapebox to reverse engineer competitor’s link campaign
Installed SEO spyglass for intelligence gathering of competitor’s backlinks (similar to scrapebox)
Actual work I did:
• Reverse engineer my competitor’s keywords, the keyword is ”best book” - when
someone enters ”best ZXY book”, we assume they’re pre-disposed to buy the book if the review
page sounds genuinely good. I used SEMrush.com for this.
• The monthly local search volume is 91, with global search being 170. I used Google adwords
keyword tool for this. (Pretty low search volume, but this is my first real ”test” at SEO, I’ll go
low)
• I already had a ”best ZXY book” page for my authority site I wrote a week ago. It was 1500
words - I wasn’t afraid to DELETE IT ALL, and re-write it according to the Unstoppable
Affiliate presell page strategy. I re-wrote 1000 words again, it took 1.5 hours or something. It’s
a slow progress because I’m re-learning but that’s fine. In the future I expect to craft high
quality presell letters quickly.
• I also picked a different landing page, since the default landing page seems to be superfluous
and might hurt conversion rate.
• How much is the affiliate commission per sale? $32 from inital sale, and a potential $30 from
backend upsell.
• Interestingly enough, my website for ”best ZXY book” page ranks #4 on Google.ca, and #5 for
Google.com.
• Spent - 30 minutes (?) - posting comments using ActuallyRank.com
Business thoughts:
If I want to make $10, 000 USD per month in a breakneck pace, I have to work smarter and
harder then other affiliates. This means more indepth competitor intelligence research, thorough
keyword research, professional and highly aesthetic, high quality articles that lead to sales ... but
more importantly, lots of action in an intelligent and thought out matter.
After that, I simply use profits from the website to leverage the business by hiring people
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and make them work for me. Tee hee.
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of IdolMaster (22/25). Anime - always in-
spiration. (LOL)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
You probably know the awesome power of journaling by now. The software I’m using right
now is called ”Red Note Book” and it’s free! It works on Windows, Linux Or Mac. You can download
it here: http://rednotebook.sourceforge.net/
I recommend you write something down everyday, even if it’s a short sentence like ”My math
teacher didn’t wear a bra today and I can see her erect nipples” to ”I caught my wife cheating with a
black man, so I collapsed in the corner in a fetal position, crying my eyes out”
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After hanging out with my girlfriend for 24 hours straight (full of lust and passion), I didn’t
call or text her for 2 days. On the second day she texted me and I ignored it. On the third day, I
sent her a text.
The reasons are two folds: to instill a low level of dread (fear of loss). Second is alpha aloof-
ness (I’m a man on a mission, after all). I’m sure the cutesy text I sent her today made her heart
summersault.
Machiavellian psychology! Interesting shit.
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Shout out to Transcendance [http://transcendencelog.wordpress.com] for creating the new banner, I
feel cool now. Visit his site, he’s also doing his own self improvement journey.
[edit: I’m switching back to the old banner, the mustache on the guy cracks me up]
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The first reason I write this blog is to document my journal to become super human - men-
tally, physically, intellectually and financially. Obvious stuff. By writing it down into words and
documenting it, I cannot lie to myself, or others.
The second reason: Once I hit the 10k per month mark (passive income), I hope it serves as
an inspiration to a whole generation of college students (who are laden with debt and can’t find a
job) to become their own boss. But first, I must lead by example ...
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Today is tiring as heck, woke up at 8:00 AM, went to the gym, came back, and worked all
the way to 8:00 PM, a full 12 hours, morning to night. It’s a bit hard because I’m still adjusting to
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the new work load, after that it should be more smoother sailing - perhaps in 2 weeks time.
Man, my head hurts, this is brain overload. I need to lay down.
Ubermensch Day #53: Intense Concentration (2011-12-14 01:32)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 123 minutes). I’m slowly
getting better at meditation, and it’s bringing me closer to the immediate reality (ie, now). I momen-
tary have heighten hearing sense. The birds chirping outside and cars noises sound much more clear.
Exercise like a War God: Marched to the gym in really warm weather. It actually feels like spring -
in the middle of winter.
Did barbell bench press, dumb bell bench press and dumb bell rows like a boss.
Stared at a cardio bunny on the tread mill, we established eye contact and she broke it, acting
flustered. (adjusting her hair, checking to make sure her shirt isn’t up too high) She looked at me
again and I was still maintaing eye contact before I broke into a shit eating smirk.
Listen to self improvement audio (15 minutes): Watched Alec Baldwin’s ”Best performance scene” (7
minutes, looped twice), where he berates, I mean, motivates a bunch of salesman - Baldwin’s style.
You can watch it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-AXTx4Pc KI
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 pages of What Really Separates World-Class Performers from
Everybody Else by Geoffrey Colvin (Progress: 160/208 pages physical book page count: 240).
Notes:
• People development (or personal development) works best through inspiration, not authority
• How to develop an organization by proper people management
• It usually takes 10 years of hard work and deliberate practice to become world class (10,000
hours rule?)
• Best performers go through periods of immersion in their domain/field (10 years)
• Deep knowledge of the field leads to breakthrough and does not impede creativity
• Innovation grows through incremental changes and not ”break throughs”
• Newcomen didn’t invent the steam engine; he merely improved it
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 20 minutes (Total accumulated time starting at Dec 01
2011: 472 minutes). Past, and present form for nouns; interesting enough, there is written and spoken
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form of the nouns. I’m going to spend 30 minutes per day learning korean - deliberate practice. That
amounts to 3.5 hours per week, which is fine.
Word of the day: carapace - kar uh peys - a bony or chitinous shield, test, or shell covering some or
all of the dorsal part of an animal, as of a turtle. Example: Use that carapace as a shield.
Building an online business (Yeah!):
Worked from 5:21 PM to 8:18 PM or so. Here’s what I did:
• Edit About Page
• Edit Home page - this is where I spent the most time on, working really hard for good conversion
and reduction of bounce rate
• Signed up for BuildMyRank.com ( $59 per month)
• Wrote 300 words, 2 backlinks from BuildMyRank.com to my site
• Professional quality opt in template for email using Aweber templates
Business thoughts:
This is the second day implementing the Unstoppable Affiliate method, and it’s so mentally de-
bilitating.
When I’m writing the home page in this particular niche, I cannot go on autopilot. I must think
everything through.
• For example - when the visitors enter the website, what is their first general impression?
• And I using the correct lingo in this niche market?
• Am I writing in a concise and non-superfluous matter.
• Does it provide actionable steps for the visitors?
• Am I montizing every single visitors, either directly or indirectly?
• At above the fold, is the material interesting enough to hook the visitors to reduce the bounce
rate?
Things to do for tomorrow:
• Edit banner, add ”as seen on google, msn, bing” logo into the banner to increase perceived
authority and trust
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• Add favicon
• Complete the home page of the website, add around 200-300 more words
• Add 1 high quality presell page for an affiliate product that says $59 per lead (it’s an ”As seen
on TV product”)
• Build 5 links using ActuallyRank.com
I’m going to stick to the principle of slow, incremental progress. Practically speaking, this means
making 1 page of content per day and 5 to 10 backlink per day. Even a mere 1 page per day will
amount to 365 pages in 1 year’s time - enough to become a true authority website.
I’m going to flesh out a plan for my SEO routine. For example, I’ll utilize Actuallyrank.com on
Monday, Wednesday, Friday and get 5 backlinks each day. Then Tuesday, Thurs and Saturday can be
BuildMyRank.com day - or something like that. I have to think this through, but the most important
thing is getting a base weekly SEO routine up and going.
Saturday and Sunday should be delicated to rolling out mini-websites. This includes building content
and backlinking. It’s unsafe to rely on 1 main website, because it might get bitch slap by Google. I’ll
let the mini-website sit there for months - after it pass through Google 3 months ”hazing” period, I
can be more aggressive with the link building and content, and slowly morph it into an authority site
too.
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Chiyahafuru (Progress: 11/25 episodes)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Hmmm, my head hurts.
Ubermensch Day #54: 20 Mile March (2011-12-15 01:25)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 133 minutes). I think too
much in the morning; this is no good. I have to focus on breathing in, and out, and disregarding the
scheming and planning thoughts.
Exercise like a War God: (rest day)
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 pages of What Really Separates World-Class Performers from
Everybody Else by Geoffrey Colvin (Progress: 185/208 pages physical book page count: 240).
What I learned from the book:
• Innovators become great with ”breakthroughs” from deliberate practice over the long haul (10
years, it seems)
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• Being great = deep knowledge, deliberate practice, time and effort commitment (Thanks Mr.
Colvin ...)
• Modern day society has a high quaity of excellence compared to 100 or 200 years ago.
• A supporting environment is critical to develop mastery (I heard this before in ”Outlier” by
Malcolm Gladwell)
• Training young people to become business prodigy is possible
• It’s possible to become better even as you age
• Brain plasticity doesn’t necessary stop with age - it’s a ”muscle” that can be come stronger with
deliberate practice
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting at Dec
01 2011: 502 minutes). Deliberate practice - how to read the consonants and vowels, and working
damn hard to eradicate any ”foreigner” accent. Learned some professions:
Doctor = X¬ (euh sa)
Nurse = ¸8¬ (ta no sa)
Teacher = Ý (sun seng)
Student = Y‰ (hack seng)
Actor = )° (pay eu)
Policeman = _0 (kayoung chal)
Word of the day: redress (can be noun or verb) to use as a verb - to set right or remedy, adjust
evenly again.
Building an online business (Yeah!):
Site Construction (elapse time: 3 hours)
• Wrote a concise, 750 words conversion inducing presell page.
• Gathered up a bunch of images to increase click throughs
• Put the call to action above the fold, and at the bottom of the presell page
• Gathered objective reviews of the product and included it in the presell page
Thought #1: The page looks utterly professional - I’m a bit surprise myself. However, what matters
most is getting the clicks and making the monies. I will report when I make the first sale for this.
Thought #2: My email campaign for this niche haven’t produced any money, simply because
I’m promoting a sub-optimal offer. I’ll switch to this ZXY offer and see how well the conversion goes.
Thought #3: I have to train myself for this, in the future I hope to create a high quality
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presell page much faster.
SEO to the top using ActuallyRank.com: (elapse time: 15 minutes )
Build 5 potential backlinks by blog commenting, heh.
Profitability and competition analysis: Elapse time (45 minutes?)
Product: ”ZXY” ( $30 per sale)
Search volume: the keyword ”ZXY review” gets 210 USA search per month
Competitors: ZXYreview.net is currently first place on Google with 20 backlinks; Second place is
some authority website with ZXY product review as an inner page, it has 40 backlinks
Goal: to come #1 place on the SERP, I need to put 60+ quality backlinks to the page or so - and
that’s only for Google.com, not Google.ca
Things to do tomorrow:
Write/modify 12 new emails promoting new offer
SEO work - 7 backlinks ...
Things done today:
Modified banner, added ”as soon on Google, msn, bing” logo (5 minutes; 25 minutes to learn
how to)
Professional quality 750 words presell page (2:40 hours)
Use Actuallyrank.com to build 5 potential backlinks (15 minutes)
Watch something inspiration: watched 1 episode of IdolMaster (23/25). I feel 5 percent smarter just
by watching this youtube clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hN1gzLgCAc ”Unless you play
the game ... or solve the puzzle. You’re nothing but a loser” - Near
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Yesterday I mentioned the business work is mentally debilitating but it’s expected (kinda like
the first day at the gym)
It’s the third day simple implenting The Unstoppable Affiliate system, so there plenty of things to
learn. Last night, I spent 30 minutes learning how to use Paint.net to create a semi-professional
quality banner before passing out.
Today I wrote down a detailed plan of the business, so I know exactly what to do. This pre-
vents me from panicking or not knowing what do next.
Step #1: Offer discovery
Is it a hot product that other affiliates are offering
What it’s potential conversion rate?
What network is the offer hosted on, or is it an in-house affiliate program?
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Step #2: Market spying
Is it an existing market online?
Is the market full of buyers?
Can I see buyers on amazon?
What does Google insight and trend shows me?
Are there affiliate programs for this market?
Step #3: Competition reverse engineering
Who are my competition?
What are they promoting?
What keywords are they dominating at the SERP?
How many back links do they have? Can I beat their ranking given my time and resource?
Are their advertiser spots on Google adwords?
What are they promoting on their landing page?
Step #4: Keyword research and analyse
What are the competitive keywords? Simply reverse engineer the competition using SEMrush.com
or alternative
Use Google Adwords Keyword tool for product, brand name and target keywords
Have I written down a list of at least a dozen profitable keywords to use for my website?
Step #5: Construction of new website
Install thesis theme
High quality banner with as seen on google, bing, msn logo
Add favicon
Highly aesthetic website design ensuring conversion (getting the clicks)
About page, contact us, privacy statement, FTC notice (LOL)
Step #6: Website Home Page
Home page contains short introduction, and picture
Link of the most interesting articles
Opt in list at the bottom (if applicable in niche)
Step #7: Website Population
Write a least 3 product review page (main revenue vehicle)
10 to 30+ articles targeting long tails, convert the visitors into buyers or put them into the mailing
list
Mailing list campaign, entertain, inform and recommend them products for affiliate commissions
For long tail articles, what is my call to action at the end of the article? The options are either:
recommend them the product at the end, or let them join my mailing list
Step #8: SEO campaign
Diverse link portfolio: link networks, RSS, social bookmarks, forum profile links, article backlinks,
comment links
A systematic, weekly, 7 days a week SEO routine
Good SEO practice using traffic travis analyzation tool
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Step #9: Loop step 7 and 8 until desired income is achieved
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Friendly reminder to myself: there are so many ways to make money online, from e-commerence,
”freelancing work”, to Amazon kindle publishing. There’s even sub-categories, like blogging or
making sites with Adsense. But my first $10k USD per month is going to be strictly affiliate sales -
like Miyamoto Musashi, my focus will be razor sharp.
If I want to hit the $5,000 USD per month milestone by March 31 2012, I need a mixture of
authority website and mini-website (since mini-websites will contain Exact Match Domain, which
ranks faster on Google)
The plan is to work on authority website(s) for 2 weeks, then spend the next 2 weeks work-
ing on mini-sites. Perhaps the work schedule isn’t highly optimal but what’s important is getting
the work done.
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The habits seem to be building steam; I noticed in the past 7 days, the first thing that pop
in my mind as I wake up is: ”Hell yes! Time to accomplish the habits for today!”
The strive towards excellence is mentally and physically exhausting; building a business and
hitting the gym is hard work. But this is merely the price I have to pay to become great. I noticed
in life, you’re progressing upwards, or declining down hill. There seems to be no middle ground for
this.
Ubermensch Day #55: Bob The Couch Potato (2011-12-16 05:14)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 143 minutes). The session
went okay; I meditate and business ideas pour into my mind but I gently remind myself to pay atten-
tion to the present moment - the sound of the birds chirping, the car engines outside, my exhalation.
Exercise like a War God: I marched to the gym in freakishly warm weather here in Canada land. It’s
dark and gloomy but the march continues on. Did my dead lifts, good morning and hanging leg lifts
like a boss.
Today I saw a beta male masquerading as an alpha male - he strutted into the gym, chest puffed up,
body swaying. He was 6’2, 190 lbs or so, and was somewhat muscular.
He looked like an alpha male from a distance but upon closer inspection, he wasn’t: His wore thick
glasses, he dressed like main character from ”Revenge of the nerds” and the swagger to his walk seems
slightly forced.
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Later when I was outside of the gym, I saw him alone with his heads down, snuggling in his own
arms. Confidence cannot be faked to the observant eyes.
Read a fascinating book: Read 23 pages of What Really Separates World-Class Performers from
Everybody Else by Geoffrey Colvin (Progress: 208/208 pages physical book page count: 240).
What I learned from the chapter(s):
• Passion = intrinsic motivation with a dash of extrinsic motivation
• Constructive feedback is absolutely necessary to advance
• Talent isn’t innate; it’s breed from arduous practice.
• Drive/motivation isn’t innate either; it’s develop over time
• Child prodigies tend to NOT become word class once their motivation decline and practice cease
• ”Multiplier effect” = starting with small goals, see success, then more on into bigger goals
• To become world class - what do you want? What do you believe? Are you willing to pay the
price?
• To become great is available to anyone who is willing to sacrifice their time, money, energy and
live
Book to read next: Empire State of Mind: How Jay-Z Went from Street Corner to Corner Office by
Zack Greenburg. (Physical hardcover page count: 240)
Watch something inspiration: Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha (Progress: 1/25). This is
a more ”mature” anime, with violence, blood and romance. It’s ranked one of the top 20ish anime of
all time, and I can see why. Pretty excited to watch this series!
Learn an awesome foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 532 minutes). Re-learn the particles ”, /. Examples: ˜” YÝtä = I am a
student, X˜@ ’ä = The sky is high.
Word of the day: ameliorate /uh-meel-yuh-reyt/ to make or become better, more bearable, or more
satisfactory; improve; meliorate.
Build passive income streams (Yeah!):
• 45 minutes site construction: Edit 12 emails promoting the new affiliate offer. Implemented
new ideas from Unstoppable Affiliate into the emails to ensure steady conversion; for example,
”How to achieve ZXY - CLICK HERE to read what I discovered ”. 12 emails is a month worth
of emails, sequence at a 2-2-3 day. Some marketers send out everyday - which is annoying -
others do it once a week, which is not enough. 3 times a week seems to be optimal.
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• 45 minutes SEO: Spend 20 minutes (?) writing 300 word posts to get 2 backlinks using Build-
MyRank.com, and then 20-ish minutes getting 5 potential backlinks using Actuallyrank.com.
SEO is boring, I’m going to completely outsource this operation once I get the fund.
• 45 minutes intelligence research / analysis: My new model is: work for 7 days (1 week) per
website, and then switch to switch #2, #3, etc. The nature of search engine marketing entails
a waiting game to see results in the SERP; also by working 1 website per week I can roll out
plenty of websites and diversify my income, or fail towards success by building a mini empire
of websites.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
I don’t sleep, I hustle. After I’m done the work for the day, I learn more business stuff, and
spend about 30 minutes planning what to do for next week, month, year and decade.
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The new year is coming up, and people will make resolutions. I don’t make New Year Reso-
lutions, I make EVERY DAY Resolutions - it seems to stick better.
Around 95 percent of people who make ”Hit the gym every day” resolution will fail. While
that’s unforuntate, I think the problem can be abated: go to the gym 5 minutes per day, and slowly
build it into a habit.
One guy I know started his gym habit by waking up, going to the gym with a coffee, and
sitting on the stationary bike. He didn’t even bother cycle. His goal was to instill the habit. Now
1.5-ish years later, he looks really fit and hits the gym every morning at 6:30 AM doing circuit
training
Ubermensch Maxim #1: Motivation will start the goal, habits will accomplish it.
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Yesterday I saw a group of middle school children - aged 7 to 10 - play ”chicken” with a
BUS. I saw their collective faces giggle as the bus sped down the road. One girl ran in front of the
bus to cross the road. The bus driver slammed on the brake - the little girl barely escaped death.
She ran into the school before I had a chance to scold her.
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Imagine a fat guy. Let’s call him Bob the Couch Potato. He comes up to me and say:
”Ubermensch, I’m fat. Like 60 pounds overweight, and I can’t quite see my penis anymore.
Plus, my energy is low.
And, I haven’t had sex in 18 months. I tried to bang the red head Starbucks cashier by slip-
ping in sedative ... pill ... into her drink, but it turned out to be laxatives! It gave her diarrhea.
Haha ... eh. So, like, give me advice to change my life for the better?”
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I would smirk, and tell him:
”Bob, It’s time for you to move to Thailand. You’ll get drunk on cheap beer, bang cheap $2
dollar hookers, and get high on cheap drugs. All. Day. Long”
”Sounds good!” beamed Bob. ”Man, I owe you a beer. You wanna go to the bar? It’s on
me!”
”No.” /trollface.jpg
Ubermensch Day #56: Hustle Hard (2011-12-17 01:23)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 153 minutes) Meditation
teaches patience - but not the ordinary kind. It’s the patience of the soul and mind. Practically
speaking, this means being calm when dealing with an obnoxious little kid who keeps on YELLING.
Exercise like a War God: Marched to the gym today in surprisingly warm, sunny weather.
It’s not dark and gloomy here in Canada land. Did squats, leg calves and bench like a boss. I don’t
want to squat 300 lbs anymore, what if I injure my spine and become cripple? I messed up my back
really bad from a previous injury, and from dead lifts 6 months ago. I’m going to switch from a
strength routine to a body building routine.
Read a fascinating book: Read 28 pages of Empire State of Mind: How Jay-Z Went from
Street Corner to Corner Office by Zack Greenburg. (Progress: 28/196 - Physical hardcover page
count: 240). He grew up in the ghetto, and how he’s worth half a billion dollars from his business
ventures. I want to finish 1 book per week. To do this, I simply: (total page count / 7). It looks like
I need to read 28 pages per day to accomplish this.
Watch something inspiration: Watched 2 episodes of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(Progress: 3/25). This anime is fast pace, action anime with a supernatural theme. A TALKING
DOG. WHAT THE HECK. Exciting.
Learn an awesome foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time
starting at Dec 01 2011: 562 minutes).
Reviewing particles:
” 9Èä = Young-su ate
X˜@ ’ä = The sky is high
˜” Àä = I bought (concerned to what I did)
´/ Àä = I bought (concerned with who did it)
´/ Èhä = I drank (may ga, ma shot ta)
”/@ = introduces the subject
//t = identifies a subject.
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Word of the day: efficacy / ef-i-kuh-see / ef·fi·ca·cy [ef-i-kuh-see] Show IPA noun, plural
-cies. capacity for producing a desired result or effect; / example: efficacy of daily habits
Build passive income streams (Yeah!)
45 minutes site construction: Wrote a 450 word article for my website, format it, insert links,
and inter-link websites, inserted URLs presell the affiliate product. I use SEMrush.com to reverse
engineer my competitor’s keyword, heh heh heh.
45 minutes SEO: Wrote 150 words to get 1 backlink, using BuildMyRank.com. I cannot write another
150 words, my brain is fried from writing. Got 5 potential backlinks using ActuallyRank.com, wrote
comments on high PR, index blogs. Goal right now is to build all the backlinks and rank for ”ZXY
review” keyword.
45 minutes maintaince / planning: Add call to action on the home page to an affiliate offer;
remove footer to reduce footprint (Google, you dun knoe me!); fix some ”broken” links.
45 minutes intelligence research / analysis: The CPA campaign makes me $8 to $10 per day
( $200- $250 per month - $13, 000 USD total in the past couple years), I forgot that if I want to make
it $20, $50, or $100 per day campaign, I just need to scale it. By that, I mean building an authority
site, getting more traffic, thus more conversion. I already have a conversion tunnel in place, I just
need more traffic. This is common sense, yet I completely forgot about this! I already have an aged
domain for this, I just need to build it into and authority website ... which I’ll do next Monday [Dec
19 2011]
Business thoughts #1: I’ll be working a solid 3 hours per day, 7 days a week. This shouldn’t
lead to burn out, since it’s a mere 3 hours a day, or 21 hours per week.
Business thoughts #2: The most important aspect is highly focus work: constructing/expanding the
website. The maintaince aspect will upkeep the website, and the intelligent research / analysis will
incrementally improve the business. There should be no room for wasting time.
Business thought #3: Things are beginning to piece together; a webpage isn’t merely just a
page with content. A web page is a place to insert 3 call to action promoting the affiliate product OR
getting them to join my mailing list ... where I continue to sell them the affiliate program. However,
it’s a fine balancing act - the article has to provide value to the visitor, the product has to provide
value to the visitor, and I have to integrate the 3 calls to action in a non-annoying, non-obonoxious
way.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
What is your biggest self improvement ”question”? Leave a comment, and I’ll try to answer
it to the best of my ability.
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Ubermensch Day #57: Magic Bull Shit (Saturday) (2011-12-18 05:44)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 163 minutes). I listened
to the birds chirping outside and that’s it. It feels genuinely nice because it reminds me of nice,
breezy sunny summer days. Hnnng!
Exercise like a War God: n/a
Read a fascinating book: Read a fascinating book: Read 28 pages of Empire State of Mind:
How Jay-Z Went from Street Corner to Corner Office by Zack Greenburg. (Progress: 56/196 -
Physical hardcover page count: 240). Jayz negotiated his record deals (50/50 split, as oppose to 10
percent), and engineered his rival against Nas as a publicity stunt to generate more sales; the fans
seem to eat it up like hot cake.
Watch something inspiration: n/a
Learn an awesome foreign language: n/a
Build passive income streams (Yeah!):
45 minutes SEO: n/a
45 minutes site construction: build banner for website, it almost looks professional.
45 minutes intelligence research / analysis:
HOLY COW. For the past 3 days, I have trouble sleeping because I’m concocting a master
plan, and doing hardcore competition research.
This is what I discovered:
1. I should scale up my current $10 per day campaign to $100 per day (campaign made
$13k USD so far) The market is HUGE, and the people are desperate. Like thristy joggers, they’ll
”buy” the product. I don’t have to sell anything but just stand there and say ”Here it is, go here”.
I’ll slot this category as a ”fast profit, long term project”.
Plan tonight is to register for 3 domain names to scale this project.
2. My health niche website haven’t made any sales yet - but that’s OKAY. It may take
months to get on the first SERP but I’ll continue to build it into an authority website. I’ll slot this
category as a ”slow profit, long term project”
Business thoughts #1: If I want to achieve $5K USD by March 31 2012, I need to put more
time into the business. I think 6 hours per day, 7 days a week (42 hours) is better then 21 hours per
week. This way, I can work on 2 website con-currently.
Business thoughts #2: Maybe I should go to the college library for a couple hours for a
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change of scenery. When I see students who are $30,000 USD in debt to obtain a degree just to get
a job, this motivates me to work harder. (I know university is a breeding ground for higher learning,
however the primarily source of motivation is ”get a well paying job”. Nothing wrong with that, of
course)
Business thoughts #3: I tried to figure out what sort of font that conveys authority - to do
this, I simply went to a government website and copy their font style. I also learn color psychology -
the type of colors that conveys authority and trust.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Went to a really ghetto mall today with my friend to shorten my watch, it cost $5. When
the lady told the Indian man the cost, he exclaimed: ”THAT COST TOO MUCH”. I lol’d.
Then we went to the most balling mall in town and got stuck in the parking lot for 40 min-
utes because everyone do their last minute shopping there. I’ll remind myself to never go shopping
during the holiday again - for the rest of my life.
Also bought a $40 t-shirt from Zara, balla balla! However, had to wait in line for 20 min-
utes. Yes I mad! I learned my lesson, the next time I ever do shopping is on Monday morning, like I
always do.
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I’m going to let the cat out of the bag: ”The Law Of Attraction” is a marketing scam. It
appeals to the herd mindset, because:
1. Anyone can do it (”Think and let the universe help you!”)
2. It requires no work (”Sit around ... and you’ll generate $100k USD effortlessly”)
3. It feels good (Whether it works or not)
Upon watching ”The Law of Attraction”, fat housewives will sit around, chanting affirmations
”I will attract skinness to my body. I will get a sexy body by this summer”.
Likewise, books will go un-read, places will go untraveled, because people ”wish” instead of
”do”. It’s easier to watch Oprah Winfrey then jog 5 KM, right Miss Brontosaurus?
(But ”The Law Of Attraction” can be a good mental masturbation tool to start a habit)
It’s time to shovel the horse shit away, because the waffling smell is obnoxious.
Sounds harsh - but it’s tough love ...
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Ubermensch Day #58: Mind Of Steel (2011-12-19 02:54)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 173 minutes). I like
meditating; I have solidify this activity into a daily habit - something I thought I couldn’t do. Zazen
(meditation) is surrending hope. By that, I mean there is no place to hide or go but to confront
reality - the present moment. Practically speaking, if means facing daily confrontations without
cowarding away. I have marked my calender, on January 31 2012 I will start meditating 15 minutes
per day.
Exercise like a War God: [n/a - rest day]. After 13 months of squatting 3 times per week,
and bench 1 time per week, my legs have grown pretty big compared to my upper body. To undo
”T-rex” mode, for 2012 I’m going to bench 3 times per week, squat 2 times per week, and work on
my core 3 times per week. 2012 will be the year to morph into a ”beach” body - actual pecs with a
nice six pack, completed with traps, back muscles, and muscular legs.
Read a fascinating book: Read 28 pages of Empire State of Mind: How Jay-Z Went from
Street Corner to Corner Office by Zack Greenburg. (Progress: 84/196 - Physical hardcover page
count: 240) Jay-z relied his success by having mentors - and then firing them once he completed his
objectives (LOL). He sponsored a street basketball team, and leveraged that team to sell his Rebook
shoes; he also co-own a club and a alcohol brand. Everything he does, he cross promotes his brands
to generate more revenue.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 592 minutes).
I’m excited. Today session was learning how to form a sentence. Which means, I can learn
how to form sentences and say: ”Hello sexy baby, I’m going to put my penis inside you”. (future
note: need to learn about past and present form for nouns)
Various types of sentence order:
Subject + noun
Subject + verb
Subject + adjective
Subject + object + verb
(Adjectives in Korean can change present tense)
Sentence break down:
˜” YÝtä = I am a student
˜” (I) YÝ (student) tä (am)
˜ (pronoun) ” (particle) YÝ (student) tä (declaration?)
¬¬” ÝØtä = Lisa is a teacher
¬¬ ” (lisa) ÝØ (teacher) tä (is)
¬¬ (lisa) ” (particle) ÝØ (student) tä (declaration?)
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Subject + Verb
¸@ ì$” = Ju-young runs [polite spoken form]
¸ (ju young)@ ì$ (runs) ” (polite ending)
¸ (subject) @ (particle) ì$ (verb) ” (polite suffix)
Subject + Adjective
ø” lä = He is big (ku ein, ku da)
ø (subject) ” (particle) l (adjective) ä (declaration)
ø@” ‘ä = She is small (ku yeong ein, shot ta)
ø@ (subject) ” (particle) ‘ (adjective) ä (declaration)
Subject + object + verb
˜” ¬¸| 9Èä = I ate an apple. (naneun sagwaleul meog-eossda)
˜ (noun) ” (particle) ¬¸| (object) 9Èä (verb)
Word of the day: emend - ”eh-mend” verb, ”to edit or change, or free from faults or error”.
Time to emend this article. Amend is to add, emend is to improve.
Building an online business (Yeah!): Spent 3 hours learning how to fully customize thesis
theme. That’s too much time spent, however I’m just getting used to thesis so that’s okay. I installed
a custom hook on top of the blog, and on the bottom of the box, call to action. It seems highly
effective but only time can tell how much conversion I make.
When I brainstorm business strategies, it takes a while for my brain to systemize the plan. I
have to sit and think it through how to turn the plan into an weekly actionable frame work. And
here is what I came up with:
Weekly objectives:
Populate website with 6 pages of content - progress: 0/6
Get 30 backlinks via blog commenting - progress: 0/30
Get 10 backlinks via link network - progress: 0/10
Start date: Dec 19 2011
Due date: Dec 24 2011
Business thoughts #1: When I don’t put my ideas into an action plan, I start to mentally
panic. Huge, aspiring goals are intimating, and they seem so complicated. However, everything can
be broken down into simple action steps to achieve the goal, and that principle have never failed me.
Business thought #2: in the future, it should take me about 5 minutes to fully set up a web-
site in wordpress, install thesis and customize it. Then it will take 5 minutes to create a high quality
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header image. The name of the game is speed in execution and systemization of the business.
Watch something inspiration: Watched 2 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 2/25). This anime serie is absolutely stunning, from the high quality animation artwork
to the music composition, to the fast pace, intelligent plot line. Everything works in synergy produce
a high calibre anime, akin to Cow Boybebop.
I have been watching the ”wrong” episode of Darker than Black. Darker than Black: Kuro
no Keiyakusha Gaiden is actually an OVA with 4 episodes. Duh, no wonder the stories didn’t really
make sense.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Last night, I was laying in bed while my brain was spewing business strategies. My mind
click, whirl and pump out countless business strategies. I tell my mind to quietly SHUT UP, I’M
TRYING TO SLEEP.
First thought when I woke up this morning was ”Aha! So that’s how I can improve the busi-
ness”.
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Ever met a female who seems to possess a high degree of feminine charm? Her angelic smile,
her child like laughter, her innocent mannerism. How she looks eternally youthful. How her
seductive, womanly figure induce erections even from the holiest men.
She looks so pristine that you just want to sit there and admire such Godly perfection. When
you have sex with her from behind while pulling her hair and hearing her soft moan, you think to
yourself: ”Wait - is this real? Yes it is. I’m fornicating with an angel.”
That’s what it feels like everytime I make love with my girlfriend.
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A person can only achieve greatness through narrow focus. When we think of someone who
accomplish great, they only dedicated their LIFE to only 1 thing - think Mother Teresa (philan-
thropistic work), Albert Einstein (theoretical physics) or Genghis Khan (Ancient domination war
lord).
The law of narrow focus (single function) is apparent in nature. Honey bees are useful be-
cause of their single function, so are squirrels that bury thousands of nuts. Disperse focus (or,
unlimited options) is the enemy of greatness.
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Miyamoto Musashi had a mind of steel; he dedicated his whole life to swordmanship. His ar-
duous habits fascinates me. He spent his years from age 14 to 26 and did nothing but practice
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swordmanship and killed a bunch of people, from morning to night. Nothing else mattered in his life
except achieving swordmanship mastery.
Interestingly enough, it took him about 10 years of hard practice to become world class. By
the time he was 26, he had his most famous duel with a high calibre swordman, Sasaki Kojiro.
Miyamoto Musashi bitch smacked Sasaki Kojiro with a wooden stick (on the head!) and instantly
killed him. Sasaki Kojiro was wielding a long sword, aptly called ”The bird cutter’.
I will pay homage to Miyamoto Musashi by going to Japan and bowing respectfully in front
of his tomb; I will also shed a manly tear. It’s a subtle reminder that life is a race against time.
Ubermensch Day #59: Motivation Ovulation (2011-12-20 02:38)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 173 minutes). No new
insights other then it feels good sitting and meditating, I sit with excellent form now.
Exercise like a War God: I marched to the gym in gloomy Canada weather. I still have a
cold. Did overhead press with the barbell like a boss, then finished it off with pull ups, dips and
chest cable exercises. Today the early ”New Year resolution” crowd is coming in, trio of bros spotting
each other doing curls. One kid asked me to spot him while he does pull ups (”No. You use the pull
up assist machine”).
Read a fascinating book: Read 28 pages of Empire State of Mind: How Jay-Z Went from
Street Corner to Corner Office by Zack Greenburg. (Progress: 114/196 Physical hardcover page
count: 240) Jay-z hustled by selling $13 champagne for $300. He used his music video to promote
the product. Then the chapter goes on about Jay-z and his marriage with Beyonce. This chapter is
nothing more then celebrity gossip and doesn’t fit the overall theme of how Jay-z build his empire.
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 3/25). It was a slow, boring episode.
Learn an awesome foreign language: Learned Korean for 20 minutes (Total accumulated time
starting at Dec 01 2011: 612 minutes). I’m excited, after 2 months of sticking to Korean I’m starting
to understand conversational Korean. Today lesson is learning about nouns, past and present.
¬¸ = an apple (declaration)
¬¸ä = is an apple (present, postive)
¬¸/ DÈä = is not an apple (present, negative)
¬¸ä = was an apple (past, postive)
¬¸/ DÈÈä = was not an apple (past, negative)
¬¸ = an apple (sagwa)
¬¸ä = is an apple (sagwa da)
¬¸/ DÈä = is not an apple (sagwa ga anida)
¬¸ä = was an apple (sagwa yoke da)
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¬¸/ DÈÈä = was not an apple (sagwa ga an yo da)
ðD = a pencil
ðDt| = is a pencil
ðD(t) DÈ| = is not a pencil
ðDtÈ´ = was a pencil
ðD(t) DÈÈ´ = was not a pencil
Word of the day: amnesty [am-nuh-stee] - a general pardon for offenses, especially political
offenses, against a government, often granted before any trial or conviction - ”Young man, you ate
my dog but I’ll grand you an amnesty”
Build passive income streams (Yeah!): Wrote 1 article (421 words), got 7 backlinks, and edit
site to to ensure conversion
Business thoughts: Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. Leonardo da Vinci. I’m for-
getting to keep it simple, therefore here’s the new routine:
Daily activities from Monday to Saturday:
Activity #1: Build 10 backlinks per day
Activity #2: Write 500+ words content, either page for website or into email autoresponder
Activity #3: Small task support - research, edit, upkeep website
Sunday: preparation and planning for next week.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Motivation comes from introspection. It’s actually hard - I spent a solid 2 years just going
for walks and thinking about life. And then the voice in my head told me:
Voice in my head: What if you only have one life? A life time is pretty long. Will you live
a life of mediocrity - or will you live life beyond your wildest dream? Will your be the king, or will
you be the pawn? A life of adventure, or a life time of boredom?
Ubermensch: Uh ... I’ll take the adventure. I’m going to be king.
Voice in my head: But you have to pay the price.
Ubermensch: What price?
Voice in my head: Doing whatever it takes to accomplish it. There is no shortcut. Pay the
price, or shut the fuck up.
Ubermensch: Fine.
I have marched through hail, snow and rain to hit the gym. I have also spent countless
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nights working until I pass out. I don’t think it’s extreme. What’s extreme is living a life of sloth
and mediocrity.
My climb towards self actualization will manifest itself in living the life style I envision. The
physical manifestation is solid proof that I have become self actualize by exercising extreme authority
over my own life; my mind, my body.
Whenever I feel lazy, tired, un-motivated, I remind myself that life is a fast, ticking time
bomb towards death. Either die as someone great, or die as an un-actualize nobody.
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The Dokkodo ”The Way to be Followed Alone” or ”The Way of Walking Alone” was a work
written by Miyamoto Musash. It is a short work, consisting of either nineteen or twenty-one
precepts;
The precepts:
1. Accept everything just the way it is.
2. Do not seek pleasure for its own sake.
3. Do not, under any circumstances, depend on a partial feeling.
4. Think lightly of yourself and deeply of the world.
5. Be detached from desire your whole life long.
6. Do not regret what you have done.
7. Never be jealous.
8. Never let yourself be saddened by a separation.
9. Resentment and complaint are appropriate neither for oneself nor others.
10. Do not let yourself be guided by the feeling of lust or love.
11. In all things have no preferences.
12. Be indifferent to where you live.
13. Do not pursue the taste of good food.
14. Do not hold on to possessions you no longer need.
15. Do not act following customary beliefs.
16. Do not collect weapons or practice with weapons beyond what is useful.
17. Do not fear death.
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18. Do not seek to possess either goods or fiefs for your old age.
19. Respect Buddha and the gods without counting on their help.[1]
20. You may abandon your own body but you must preserve your honour.
21. Never stray from the Way.
Ubermensch Day #60: 2 Months Progress Review (2011-12-21 04:57)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 183 minutes). The
meditation session seem to past by blazingly fast.
Exercise like a War God: Marched to the gym in sunny weather today, this is the second in-
tense workout session this year (first one was setting my 275 lbs ”ass to grass” squat personal record).
This is like circuit training and weight lifting mashed into one. I did my dead lifts (5x5), good
mornings (5x10), hanging leg lifts (5x10) and call it a good session.
Read a fascinating book: Finished reading ”The 10X Rule: The Only Difference Between
Success and Failure” by Grant Cardone (Hardcover: 256 pages). I finished this book in 2 sitting - I
read the book until I passed out, woke up, ate breakfast, went to the gym, and came back to finish
reading the book.
This book is, without a doubt, the best self improvement book I ever read. (No hyperbole).
Second book is ”The Slight Edge: Turning Simple Disciplines Into Massive Success” by Jeff Olson.
Both of these books are written by successful business people who have ”been there, done that”.
The Slight Edge advocates small, incremental action that adds up overtime; 10x rule is like
Slight Edge but on steriods. Both advocate the same thing - TAKE ACTION. If I were to introduce
someone to personal development, I would simply tell them to read ”The Slight Edge” first, followed
by ”The 10X Rule”.
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Chiyahafuru (Progress: 12/25). Best
anime ever! Whenever I need ”motivation”, I simply watch episode 11 of Chiyahafuru.
Learn an awesome foreign language: Learned Korean for 40 minutes (Total accumulated time
starting at Dec 01 2011: 652 minutes).
There’s informal spoken form, and polite spoken form. Interesting.
Polite SPOKEN form, present and past tense:
¬¸” = it’s an apple (sag wa ye yo)
¬¸´” = it was an apple (sag wa yosh soy yo)
¬¸ DÈД = it isn’t an apple (sag wa an yay yo)
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¬¸ DÈÈ´” = it wasn’t an apple (sag wa an yo, soy yo)
Informal SPOKEN form, present and past tense:
¬¸ = an apple (sag wa)
¬¸| = is an apple (sag wa ya)
¬¸´ = isn’t an apple (sag wa yo so)
¬¸ DÈ| = was an apple (sag wa ahn ya)
¬¸ DÈÈ´ = wasn’t an apple (sag wa ahn yo so)
Informal WRITTEN form, present and past tense:
¬¸ = an apple (sag wa)
¬¸ä = is an apple (sag wa da)
¬¸/ DÈä = is not an apple (sag wa ga, anni da)
¬¸ä = was an apple (sag wa, yok da)
¬¸/ DÈÈä = was not an apple (sag wa da, anni yok da)
Word of the day: protege - proh-tuh-zhey - noun a person under the patronage, protection,
or care of someone interested in his or her career or welfare, example: He’s the new protege ....
HARRY POTTER.
Build passive income streams (Yeah!):
Wrote 900 words, 6 backlinks from Link Network
4 blog comment submission to high PR blogs
450 words content for main page
My work day isn’t over yet, it’s midnight. I’m going to keep working until I pass out. In-
cluding this blog entry, today I written 2.5k words.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
On Day #30, I did a monthly review of how I progress. How it’s day #60, jeez .. it seems
like yesterday that I was on day #30. Anyways, here’s the brutally honest self assessment
2 Months Progress Review
Meditation: Good. I progressed from 5 mins to 10 mins, lol. Meditation habit was imple-
mented around day #25-ish? It has become a daily habit, something I thought I could never do.
Exercise: Steady. I haven’t regress or progress in terms of strength but that’s okay. My goal
is to become bigger, I’m switching from a strength base routine to a body building routine, with a
slight emphasis on upper body and abs. I’m pretty excited with my new routine:
==> Monday
Overhead press 5x5
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Cable cross overs 3 x 8
Chin up 5 x 10
Dips 5 x 10
==> Tuesday
Dead lifts 5x5
Good mornings 5 x 10
Hanging leg raise 5 x 10
Crunch variations 3 x 20
==> Thursday
Bench press 5x5
Dumb bell press 5 x 10
Dumb bell rows 5 x 10
Crunch variations 3 x 20
==> Friday
Squats 5x5
Calve rises 4 x 10
Cable cross overs 3 x 8
Crunch variations 3 x 20
Reading: Steady - I’ve been reading about 25-30 pages per day as usual. I usually finish a
book in about 7 to 10 days, depending on the total pages. I don’t really think there’s room for
improvement here, I can speed read but I enjoy the pace where I’m going.
The format on the ebook reader is different from a physical book - for example, ”3 pages” on
an e-reader counts as 1 physical page? In any case, I’m not anal about finish a book fast. Finishing
1 book every 10 days equals to 36 books per year, which is fine - it’s the quality of the book, not the
quantity.
Watch something inspiration: Null. I will still continue watching anime EVERYDAY. It’s in-
spiring, and I have shed manly tears (watching kid cartoon shows. Don’t tell my girlfriend this)
Foreign language acquisition: Great. Learning Korean no longer seems like a chore; it’s fun,
especially when I speak Korean to native speakers and they understand me. I’m pretty stoke to
learn 1 language per year. In 5 years time, 5 new languages! Awesome.
Building a business empire: NOT SO GOOD. It was only on day #49 that I became deadly
serious on building a business empire.
Build a business is probably the biggest ”goal” - and the most life transforming.
If I want to make $10,000 USD per month by March 31 2012, I have to work x10 as hard. I
have 14 weeks (103 days) left to make it happen. If I roll out 1 site per week, I should have 14 sites
up and running by March 31 ...
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I know this project is going to be mentally and physically exhausting. I know there’s going
to be disappointments and setbacks. I also know that from morning to night, for the next 103 days,
I’ll be working with very little breaks in between.
But is it worth it? Yes - I’m merely paying the price, by taking the massive action, to bring
the goals to fruition.
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Big thank you to everyone who reads my blog and comments. Also big thank you to those
who read my thread on the Stevepavlina forum.
And a big thank you to MrRottenTreats - your harsh critism stinged but it motivated me to
achieve my goals FASTER.
[And a big thank you to my mom - your rice beef stir fry dish is great!]
Ubermensch Day #61: Business Empire (2011-12-22 03:11)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 183 minutes).
Exercise like a War God: [n/a - rest day]. I woke up sore as hell, laying in bed for half an
hour.
Read a fascinating book: Read 28 pages of Empire State of Mind: How Jay-Z Went from
Street Corner to Corner Office by Zack Greenburg. (Progress: 142/196 Physical hardcover page
count: 240). Jay-z made his money through endorsement, including a failed partnership with Ford,
called the ”Jay Z Jeep”. Unfazed, he went on wtih more partnership, including with HP and some
other beer companies.
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 4/25) This episode was exciting as it draws a conclusion from the previous episode - I’m
continued to be amazed at this anime, it rivals that of Black Lagoon and Cowboy Bebop.
Learn an awesome foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time
starting at Dec 01 2011: 682 minutes).
So in Korean, there are FOUR different ways to say ”This is an apple”. There is the formal
spoken form, informal spoken form, formal written form, informal written form. I can see why the
honorific versions make Japanese and Korean a slightly harder language to learn now.
Formal spoken form: ¬¸” = its an apple (sag wa ye yo)
Informal spoken form: ¬¸| = is an apple (sag wa ya)
Formal written form: ¬¸…Èä = it’s an apple (sag wa em ni da)
Informal written form: ¬¸ä = is an apple (sag wa da)
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In the spoken form, | is used for nouns without final consonant and t| for nouns with a
final consonant.
Word of the day: ancillary - an-sil-uh-ree - subsidiary, adjective. ”Ancillary room”
Build passive income streams (Yeah!): rewrote 4 articles, 1000 words total, 7 backlinks from
AR.
Business thoughts:
From the looks of it, I have to write 5000 words per day. There’s no way around it.
I have to write to populate the webpage with content, I have to write for backlinks (Build-
MyRank.com), I have to write to get comment backlinks (ActuallyRank.com), I have to write to
populate my autoresponder sequence. There seems to be no way around it!
Right now I’m writing about 2k words per day .
However, to 10x the effort I need to write about 10,000 words per day. (Yes, 10k!)
However, writing 10k per day is just an open invitation to carpal tunnel syndrome, so I’m
going to buy Dragon Naturally Speaking for $100 USD. It’s a voice to text software with 99 percent
accuracy. I’m going to buy it tomorrow and ”speak” 10,000 words per day and build the authority
website at a break neck speed.
Manually typing is so 1999.
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SEM is such a slow progress - I see it as something for the long term. For quick traffic, I
can employ other traffic sources to our website:
==> youtube
==> pod cast (syndicated all over the Internet)
==> media buy (including banners and PPC)
==> Email traffic
==> Article Marketing / Guest Posting
==> ”Social media” (twitter, facebook, even big online forums)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Today, a woman - in her late 20s - died close to my home. She was ran over by a bus early
morning while she was walking to work.
Nobody expects to die today. This is the thoughts that probably went through her mind this
morning while she’s having breakfast:
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”Another day at work, it’s almost the holidays! I can’t wait to finish, finally I can relax and
hang out with the family. I haven’t seen them for a while. I got my gifts for my nieces and nephews,
they’re so adorable! Finally I get 10 days of relaxation and away from the stress.
I can’t wait to see baby Jones, she’s turning 14 months. I hope the cute baby P.J I bought
fits her.
Wow, it’s almost 2012 ... what a year. I hope I get a promotion at work this year, and per-
haps vacation somewhere warm for the winter with my hubby. I gained a couple pounds over the
holidays, I’m going to sign up for the gym and lose some weight, get a sexy body and make my
hubby proud.
Oops, it’s 6:45 AM. Time to get to work, I don’t even have time to finish my toasts any-
more. I guess I have to wake up earlier .... gotta do the grocery after work too”
She was someone wife, sister, daughter, grand daughter, friend, co-worker, nighbour, a citi-
zen, and yes, even a ”spiritual being”.
Dear lady who just died ... you’re gone, but not forgotten - I’ll be sure to look both ways
when I cross the street.
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I wanted to be better then average mentally, physically, intellectually and financially. But
there was something missing; I forgot about being a better then average person morally.
Sounds pretentious I know, but I have to strive into become a very upstanding person. This
is not because of external rewards of heaven, nirvana, or social approval, but beause it’s the correct
thing to do.
When order and harmony interwine, peace is achieve. When disorder and lawlessness is com-
bine, chao ensues.
To achieve a higher order of correct moral conduct, I will read classic literature like Tao te
ching, Buddhist text and Meditation by Aurelius to distil their wisdom and follow a code of moral
conduct throughout my daily interactions.
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Intelligent people are more likely to be introverted.
”Introverts are a minority group in society, they form the majority of gifted people. More-
over, it appears that introversion increases with intelligence so that more than 75 % of people with
an IQ above 160 are introverted”
http://www.sidis.net/HighQStacey.htm
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http://talentdevelop.com/articles/GiftIntrov.html
Ubermensch Day #62: Disorderly Activities (2011-12-23 07:38)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 193 minutes). Meditation
is about calming the storm of the mind. It reminds me of a quote in particular: In fighting and in
everyday life you should be determined though calm. Meet the situation without tenseness yet not
recklessly, your spirit settled yet unbiased. An elevated spirit is weak and a low spirit is weak. Do
not let the enemy see your spirit. Miyamoto Musashi
Exercise like a War God: n/a. After 4 months of routinely hitting the gym, a week break is
welcoming. The gym close until Jan 02. When I return, there’s going to be a massive clog of people
- the New Year resolution crowd is here to stay! For 3 weeks anyway. Then they drop out like flies.
Read a fascinating book: Finished reading Empire State of Mind: How Jay-Z Went from
Street Corner to Corner Office by Zack Greenburg. (Progress: 156/196 Physical hardcover page
count: 240). The book stops at page 156 - the rest of the book is the appendix. Jay-z, mah nigga.
Started a new book; read 10 pages of Zen and the Art of Happiness by Chris Prentiss (Progress:
14/95 - Paperback: 145 page count: 145)
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 20 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 702 minutes). Nominalizing Verbs, AKA, adding a ”ing” to the word. Drop the ä,
replace it with 0
}ä (eek da) ’ }0 (eek key) = reading
ðä (su-da) ’ ð0 (su key) = writing
ãä (tute da) ’ ã0 (tute key) = listening
ÐXä (ma rah da) ’ ÐX0 (ha rah gi) = speaking
Xä (ha da) ’ X0 (ha gi) = doing
/ä (kata) ’ /0 (ka gi) = going
9ä (mok da) ’90 (mok gi) = eating
Word of the day: retinue - noun - [ret-n-oo, -yoo] - a body of retainers, fancy word for ser-
vants?
Building an online business (Yeah!):
Wrote 6 articles for website, 300 words article for 2 BMR backlinks, 6 blog backlinks using
AR.
I didn’t get Dragon Naturally Speaking - because Windows 7 already has a GREAT built in
voice recognition program! Instead, I bought a new laptop (Acer Aspire TimelineX 3830TG-6431)
to replace my 5 years old laptop, a crappy Acer Aspire 5570 ... cough.
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Laptop is 13.3 inch, LED, modern, came out this mid point this year for $1000 (before tax),
I bought it for $530 (before tax), pretty decent deal. 1 person, 1 laptop. I call the laptop ”mah
nigga”.
Goal is to ”write” 6000 words per day.
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 5/25). Somewhat un-interesting episode, this anime seems to take 2 episodes to come to
a sub-plot line, rather then 1 episode.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
I tried to sleep last night but can’t, it’s 3:33 AM. Hustlers don’t sleep, we hustle. What do I
do? Think of more ways to improve the business. Looking up on Google elements that make a
website look professional. How to create a professional looking banner. Etc etc.
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2 weeks into Project Ubermensch, I stopped playing video games. I also quit surfing the In-
ternet (an activity I done HALF my life). I even minimalized directionless socialization in real life.
As you can see, I worked ferverishly to eliminate everything that is disorderly.
There was no special ”5 steps program” for quitting the useless activities. Once I saw - re-
congize - how dysfunctional the activities are, I quit. I haven’t touched a video game in the past 6
weeks - not even 5 minutes.
Ubermensch Maxim #2: The human mind self corrects itself through awareness.
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I need to become a better writer. Write more concise sentences with fewer grammar mis-
takes.
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If you find this website inspiring, spread the word via your Facebook status: (”Hey guys -
check out this guy’s blog out: http://projectubermensch.com)
Ubermensch Day #63: Arthritis (2011-12-24 06:13)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 203 minutes). Apparently
you get kensho - deeper understanding - if you meditate long enough.
Exercise like a War God: n/a. Week long break, gym is also closed. Might do some body
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weight exercises ought.
Read a fascinating book: read 20 pages of Zen and the Art of Happiness by Chris Prentiss
(Progress: 35/95 Paperback: 145 page count: 145). Really cool book, author demonstrates that:
events don’t us happy, it’s our reaction to the event that determines the ”happiness” outcome; every
single event, no matter how good or bad, is an excellent, postive learning lesson. Note to self: read
25 pages per day.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 732 minutes). Working on nominalizing verbs (adding an ”ing” to it)
¸0” X0 l´ ´Ùtä = Walking is an exercise that (we) can do easily
¸0” (walking - but I think it’s ”we”) X0 (is) l´ (easy) ´Ù (exercise) tä (is?)
˜” üQ X0| ‹D\ä = I love shopping
˜” (I) üQ(shop) X0 (doing) | ‹D\ä (like)
\˜” Dt¤l¼ 90| ‹D\ä = Hannah likes eating an icecream
\˜ (hannah) ” (particle) Dt¤l¼(ice-cream) 90 (eating)| ‹D\ä (like)
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 6/25).
Building an online business (Yeah!):
Wrote three articles for web site
Seven high PR blog comments for back links
300 words article for buildmyrank.com (two backlinks)
I do not have a problem writing the articles, however my left wrist is getting inflamed (arthritis)
from excessive typing. From now on I will be in using windows 7 dictation software for writing. I am
using the program right now to ”write” this entry while laying in bed like a boss.
I need to build a system for buildmyrank.com to quickly get backlinks. It takes around 1500
words to get 10 backlinks from the website. Goal is 10 backlinks from BMR.com per day.
5 articles (600 words) x 6 = 3600 words
10 BL from BMR = 1500 words
7 BL from AR = 150 words
Daily biz word count: 5250 words
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
It feels like I’m slacking a bit (maybe?) - the standard I need to keep for myself is 45 min-
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utes of learning Korean daily, 30 minutes doesn’t seem enough. Also, read a steady 25 pages per day,
instead of 20, or 30.
Reasons why I keep blogging: 1. To see how much I progress 2. Personal accountability 3.
Handling public scrutiny. To run a company, I need to handle public criticism (Think Steve Jobs -
some people love him, some people absolutely hate him)
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I noticed that whenever I write down a goal on paper, I manifest it within 1 to 4 years time
span. I sub-conciously think of the goal and manifest it. Kinda like ”Man, I bored this weekend I
think I should work on the project now”.
But now that I consciously aware of the goal, I can use the 10x action to quickly manifest
the goal.
Here is my vision board to remind myself of what I strive to accomplish. (click to enlarge)
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Ubermensch Day #64: Wrath Of Gods (Saturday) (2011-12-25 09:34)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 213 minutes). I can’t
wait to up the meditation time to 15 minutes on January 31 2012
Exercise like a War God: n/a - week long gym break. [gym closed]
Read a fascinating book: read 25 pages of Zen and the Art of Happiness by Chris Prentiss
(Progress: 61/95 pages Physical paperback page count: 145)
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Note from chapters. Brain influence cell production - how we think can create healthy cells
or damage cells. There is brain and body connection. Every action is our reaction, and the reaction
is always in the exact accord with the action (karma). Karma is real because it is one of the ”laws”
of the universe. (like getting fat from over eating. How much effort you put into your life determines
your quality of life - you reap what you sow)
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 35 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 767 minutes).
So there’s two number system used in Korea: Sino-Korean Numerals is for dates, minutes
and prices, while Native Korean numerals counting, ages and hours. Double the fun, huh. I thought
I was done learning the numbers (Sino-Korean). Learning Native Korean numerals at 4:30 AM hurts
my head.
Native Korean numerals [Counting, Age and Hours]
1 = X˜ (ha na)
2 = X (two ul)
3 = K (cept)
4 = 7 (na yek)
5 = ä/ (ta sot)
6 = ì/ (yo sot)
7 = |¸ (il gob)
8 = ì_ (yo die)
9 = DI (an whoop)
10 = ô (yo ow)
11 = ô X˜ (yo ow ha na - 10 + 1)
12 = ô X (yo ow two ul - 10 + 2)
13 = ô K (yo ow cept - 10 + 3)
17 = ô |¸ (yo ow cept - 10 + 3)
20 = ¤< (sue mul)
21 = ¤< X˜ (su mul ha na)
22 = ¤< X (su mul two ul)
23 = ¤< K (su mul cept)
30 = x (so eun)
40 = ÈT (mah ein)
50 = p (shin)
55 = p ä/ (shin da sot)
60 = (yay soon)
70 = |T (eel eun)
75 = |T ä/ [70 + 5 ’ |T + ä/ = |Tä/] (eel eun da sot)
80 = ìà (yo din)
90 = DT (anh heun )
100 = " (peck)
189 = " ìà DI [100 + 80 + 9 ’ " + ìà + DI = "ìàDI] (peck yo din anh hope)
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Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 7/25). Entertaining anime - you got a talking cat, a horny house wife, a hyper active
teenage girl with pink hair, and a beta male detective. WHAT’S GOING TO HAPPEN NEXT?
TELL ME.
Building an online business (Yeah!):
What I did today:
Populate website with 3 pages
Obtained 7 high PR backlinks from blogs
Obtained 3 high PR backlinks from link network
Weekly report of website ZXY:
Populate the website with 17 pages
Obtained 30 high PR backlinks from blogs
Obtained 6 high PR backlinks from link network
Got around half a dozen pages ranking on page #1 and page #2 on Google. Cool.
Not 100 percent sure if this website is a clear winner but 80 percent sure. I’m simply scaling
a winning campaign.
Website is getting around 10 to 20 unique visitors per day from the search engine. Getting
around 15k unique visitors per month off the search engine would great. (I know this because one of
my competitor getse 15k unique visits per month, his amateur website is a Google blogger site. He’s
monetizing the website by selling his ebook, while I’m monetizing mine by gen lead sign ups)
Learned alot about making websites and SEO this week. I’m letting this website site for a
week, because next Monday (Dec 26 2011) I’m starting another authority website.
Goal is to have 20 authority websites like a boss - more on this later.
Future daily business goals:
Obtained 14 high PR backlinks from blogs everyday
Obtained 10 high PR backlinks from link network everyday
Population website with 10 pages (6000 words), everyday
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
I jump out of bed in the morning and do not sleep until I pass out from physical exhaus-
tion.
As Jay Z once said: ”I ain’t no ordinary nigga. Look around, look what ordinary gets ya.”
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I absolutely love my girlfriend and will remind faithful to her. However, I’m not afraid to
lose her.
A high value male who has a big bank account, excellent social skills, high social status, and
a chisel body will drown in pussy - whether he wants to or not. (universial law #99)
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Books I read for 2011:
1. Drive: the surprising truth about what drives us, by Daniel H. Pink
2. Great by Choice: Uncertainty, Chaos, and Luck Why Some Thrive Despite Them All by Jim
Collins
3. The Effortless Life, by Leo Babauta
4. The Time Management Masterclass By James Mankelow
5. Everyday Zen By Joko Beck
6. Zen and the Art of Poker By Larry K. Philips
7. The Narrow Road: short guide to getting rich by Dennis Felix
8. Play Poker As a Business: Rob Tucker
9. A Year of Living Generously: Dispatches from the Frontlines of Philanthropy by Lawrence
Scanlan
10. Make Your Own Rules: A Renegade Guide To Unconventional Success By Josh Young
11. Nothing Special by Joko Beck
12. The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference by Malcolm Gladwell
13. Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking by Malcolm Gladwell
14. Outliers: The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell
15. Freakonomics by Steven D. Levitt
16. Racing Towards Excellence by Muzaffar A. Khan
17. A 450 page book on the history of Ancient civilizations, I forgot the name.
18. Oriental Philosophy by some old senile man with a Ph.D
19. Its Not About the Bike: My Journey Back to Life by Lance Armstrong
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20. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert M. Pirsig
21. SEO book (2005 edition) by Aaron of SEObook.com
22. Goals!: How to Get Everything You Want-Faster Than You Ever Thought Possible by Brian
Tracy
23. Principles 101 & Social Competence, by Manhood Academy
24. Talent Is Overrated: What Really Separates World-Class Performers from Everybody Else by
Geoffrey Colvin
25. Empire State of Mind: How Jay-Z Went from Street Corner to Corner Office by Zack Greenburg
26. The 10X Rule: The Only Difference Between Success and Failure by Grant Cardone
27. Zen and the Art of Happiness by Chris Prentiss
28. [1 entrepenur book - to be read before this year ends]
I only started reading daily since April, when I got my e-reader. From August to October, I slacked
in the reading department because all I did was drinking, gambling and fornicating for 2 1/2 months.
For 2012, goal is to read 40 to 52 books
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Some interesting facts on reading:
One in Four Read No Books Last Year
”One in four adults read no books at all in the past year, according to an Associated Press-
Ipsos poll released Tuesday. Of those who did read, women and older people were most avid, and
religious works and popular fiction were the top choices”
Source: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/08/21/AR20
07082101045.html
Average book read per year - 6.5:
A 2007 Associated Press-Ipsos poll reported that in the prior year, 27 % of Americans had
not read a single book, while 73 % had. Of the respondents who reported having read a book, the
mean was 6.5 books per year.
Specific percentage breakdown summary:
1 to 5 books 41 %
6 to 15 books 31 %
More than 15 books 27 %
Source: http://www.quora.com/How-many-books-does-the-average-American-read-p er-year
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Some very interesting statistics:
Number 1, the average CEO reads 4 to 5 books per month
Number 2, the average person buys 1 book a year
Number 3, The number of people who will not read past the first chapter ...60 %!!!
Number 4, the average CEO earns approximately 536 times what the average book reader makes in
a year.
Source: http://sta.rtup.biz/forum/topics/leaders-are-readers-this-might
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What will I be doing for Christmas? Working - all the way to New Year Eve. Then I get a
day off to rigorously copulate with the girlfriend while watching fireworks at midnight.
Ubermensch Day #65: Sunday Funday (2011-12-26 06:42)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 223 minutes).
Exercise like a War God: n/a [gym closed for a week]
Read a fascinating book: read 25 pages of Zen and the Art of Happiness by Chris Prentiss (Progress:
87/95 pages Physical paperback page count: 145)
Notes from the book:
• The universe has order, since we are part of the universe, every event we experience leads to
potential order (goodness)
• The fear is a mechanism that self corrects weakness; therefore it is a good thing.
• Awareness is key to strive for greatness which leads to manifesting the goal faster
• Lay down and think back about the past, and re-live the most painful experience. And knowl-
edge it as a gift
• Events are the language of the universe.
Learn a foreign language: Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 50 minutes (Total accumu-
lated time starting at Dec 01 2011: 807 minutes).
Adjectives - past and present:
Taking Take ä off the present form of the adjective, and add À JD to make it a negative.
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(This is for spoken form). Apparently there is two ways of expressing negatives.
‹À Jä (chew chi, anna) = not good
Attach H to the present tense of an adjective (at the beginning of the word) to form a nega-
tive
H‹D (anh cho wa) = not good
h| (bella) = fast
H h| (anh bella) = is not fast
h•´ (bella so) = was fast
H h•´ (anh bella so) = was not fast
(/Ì (cha ga well) = is cold
(/à´ (cha ga well so) = was cold
D„äÌ (al uum ta well) = is beautiful
D„äà´ (al uum ta well so) = was beautiful
D‰)ä (al uum tap ta) = beautiful
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 8/25). Okay episode, it comes to a conclusion to the sub-plot.
Building an online business (Yeah!):
Things done today:
5 backlinks from do follow blogs
Set up a new website, populate the site with 3 pages.
Business thoughts:
Checked my email, I sold 2 copies of my ebook today (at $17 per copy). Yeaaaaaaaah nigga!
I’m only selling 1 to 2 copies per month ought - because the website only gets 2 to 5 visitors into my
mailing list per day. If I quadruple or 10x the traffic, I would quadruple or 10x the sales. It all boils
down to the numbers.
This week, from Monday to Saturday I’m going to roll it out into a mini-site - roughly 20
pages worth of content, get the traffic, get the visitors into my mailing list ...
Then next week, I’m going to roll out another mini-site.
At 1 website per week, by day #365 I should have 43 websites up and running.
The word ”mini-site” is a misnomer, since all of the websites have an innate ability to be-
come an authority website. All website are established in an ”ever green” market with plenty of
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affiliate offers.
The goal for the website is to deliver AWESOME value to the visitors. I expect to put up
the website, and have it pump cash for me for years - and decades - to come ...
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
I’m pretty excited to learn new languages, 1 per year. In 10 years time, that’s 10 languages!
I always thought learning a language is ”difficult” but not necessary so ... behold! Teenage white girl
speaks fluent Korean:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DfAv401vN7c
Her youtube description:
”Update*Okay so everyone is wondering where I learned Korean but the truth is I taught it
to myself. I learned a lot from was music. I listened to korean songs and looked up the lyircs and
translated them myself. So there is no real trick behind but definitely learn to write the alphabet
first! It is not as hard as you think : ))) [Also I have been learning Korean since my freshmen year
in high school so its been about 9 years since i was learning!]
Ubermensch Day #66: khanacademy.org (2011-12-27 05:00)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 233 minutes). I need to
concentrate harder, relax and count the breathes instead of letting the mind drift in thoughts.
Exercise like a War God: 90 hanging leg raise; 40 diamond push ups, 90 ”rock climber steps”.
Read a fascinating book: Finished reading Zen and the Art of Happiness by Chris Prentiss
(Progress: 95/95 pages Physical paperback page count: 145)
Started reading Zen in the Art of Archery by Eugen Herrigel (Progress: 11/42 pages. Physi-
cal paperback page count: 96)
This is a super old ”classic book”. From Amazon: ”Mr. Herrigel, a German professors/philosopher
who came to Japan and took up the practice of archery toward an understanding of Zen, gives an
illuminating account of his own experience.”.
I noticed that professors tend to be wordy as fuck. Dear Mr. Herrigel, please write short,
concise sentences.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 60 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 867 minutes).
Conjugations rules: making adjectives formal, present tense. (written form)
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Take ä off adjectives, and then add B Èä (For adjectives whose final character ends with
a vowel). Basically, adding the ”ni da” to make it sound more polite.
lä (ku da)’ }Èä (kum ni da) = big/large
8ä ’ (se da) IÈä (se ni da) = strong
`tä (pale eu da) ’ `…Èä (pale eu ni da) = fast
•¬ä (new li da) ’ •½Èä (new li ni da)= slow
)Xä (check ca da) ’ )iÈä (check ca ni da) = kind
For adjectives whose final character has a final consonant, attach µÈä. Basically, adding
the ”sum me da” to make it sound more polite.
‘ä (check da) ’ ‘µÈä (check sum me da) = small (size)
Îä (man kah) ’ εÈä (man sum me da) = many
¸ä (choke da) ’ ¸µÈä (choke sum me da) = small (quantity)
}ä (sheep da) ’ }µÈä (sheep sum me da) = easy
Conjugations rules: making adjectives formal, past tense. (written form)
Take ä off the past tense of adjectives, and then attach µÈä.
‹Xä (joe at ta) ’ ‹XµÈä (joe at sum me da) = was good
h•ä (bale lat ta)’ h•µÈä (bale lat sum me da) = was fast
•8ä (new lat ta)’ •8µÈä (new lat sum me da) = was slow
làä (she wut ta) ’ làµÈä (she wut sum me da) = was easy
Conjugations rules: making adjectives formal for all tense (spoken form)
Add ” at the end of the adjectives of all forms. Basically, adding the ”yo” to make it sound
more polite.
’D (nope pah) ’ ’D” (nope pah yo) = high
H’D (anh nope pah) ’ H’D” (anh nope pah yo) = not high
’X´ (nope pah so)’ ’X´” (nope pah so yo) = was high
H’X´ (anh nope pah so) ’ H’X´” (anh nope pah so) = was not high
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 9/25). Interesting episode, Mafia daughter kills her dad, then it’s a cliff hanger.
Learn something new: Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org (total video watched: 1),
”Sculpture from the Parthenon’s East Pediment” ancient sculpture from Athens, Greece (c. 448-432
B.C.E). Now I know why art critiques are so pretentious haha.
Building an online business (Yeah!):
$55 into domain registry (Going to buy 5 domain names)
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Register domain name
Create blog, banner, and affiliate offer
3 pages of content
5 backlinks do follow backlinks
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
According to New York Times, the AVERAGE American watches TV 34 hours per week. At
34 hours per week, that’s 1768 hours per year, or 73 days of continously TV watching. To put it into
more concrete perspective, imagine sitting on your couch for 2 months straight just watching TV.
(WTF?)
If you think about it, watching TV is an activity reserved for the poor and the middle class.
The rich are busy playing golf, managing people or reading a book.
I’m pretty happy with my 1 episode per day habit, that’s 2.3 hours per week of media con-
sumption. Even at 1 episode per day, that’s still a mind boggling 365 episodes per year - or, 121.6
hours, or 5 days straight of anime watching per year.
As a kid I wished I was playing the piano, creating a business, or reading as oppose to watching TV.
Source: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/03/business/media/03ratings.html? r=3 &ref=media
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After 66 days of learning Korean, I’m ready to put in a solid 1 hour per day. 1 hour of lan-
guage learning is mentally taxing. What I find works is assimulating the information for 30 minutes,
then practice it through rote memorization / vocally repeating the words for the other 30 minutes.
Ubermensch Day #67: New Year Resolutions (2011-12-28 05:18)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 243 minutes). There’s
a famous zen story - two monks where looking at a flag waving. The first monk said: ”The flag is
moving!”. The second monk said: ”No, it’s the wind moving the flag!”. The third monk, a wise sage
said: ”No, it’s youre mind moving”.
Exercise like a War God: n/a - week long break. After the gym re-open, I’m ready to lift
weights with thea intensity of a thousand sun. A body chiseled with muscles is a manifestation of a
discipline mind - that’s why muscles is universially admired.
Read a fascinating book: read Zen in the Art of Archery by Eugen Herrigel (Progress: 22/42
pages. Physical paperback total count: 96)
Notes from the book:
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Archery is meditation, and meditation is concentration of the breathe - to remind an egoless
state. Breathing also helps shut off external stimuli - like the moaning of a midget masturbating in
front of you. Because meditation can shut off external stimuli, people use it as a ”relaxation” tool.
Mother fucker - BREATH IN. BREATH OUT.
Learn a foreign language: Learn Korean for 60 minutes (Total accumulated time starting at
Dec 01 2011: 927 minutes).
Adjectives in their descriptive form conjugations rules:
Take off the ä in the adjectives. Add @ to any adjectives of one character with a final con-
sonant.
Îä (man ta) ’ Î@ (man eun) = many
Î@ ¬Œä (man eun, sam ram del lu) ’ many people
‘ä (seck da) ’ ‘@ (seck eun) = small
‘@ œÁt (seck eun nan chang ni) ’ a small dwarf
‡ä (yal da) ’ ‡@ (yal pun) = thin
‡@ (yal pun pal)’ a thin arm
’ä (nop da) ’ ’@ (nop eun) = high
’@ X˜ (nop eun hand eul) ’ a high sky
.... With the exception of any objective character that ends with ˆ and Æ, then attach

Ûˆä (ma shite ta) ’ Ûˆ” (ma shin eun) = delicious
Ûˆ” LÝ (ma shin eun en shek)’ delicious food
Kˆä (mo sheep da)’ Kˆ” (mo shin eun) = handsome/good-looking
Kˆ” ( (mo shin eun cha)’ a good-looking car
¬øˆä (chim me ta) ’ ¬øˆ” (chim me eun) = interesting/fun
¬øˆ” T (chim me eun young hwa) ’ a fun movie
¬øÆä (chim yoke da) ’ ¬øÆ” (chim young nun) = not interesting (boring)
¬øÆ” Ü|È (chim young nun draw ma) = a boring drama (soap opera)
Àì´ (key yah ooun) = CUTE.
HU Àì´ ì• (anh young, key yah ooun, nam ja) = Hello, cute girl
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 10/25). Yeaaaah, awesome episode. Every two espiode is interwine with an underlying
theme; this episodes theme is about responsbility.
Learn something new: Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org, 5 minutes (total video watched: 2).
”Head of Augustus”, some Roman emperor dude who like a poster child for down syndrome.
It’s interesting listening to art critiques, because they weave a ton of things into their inter-
pretations (most of what they say is mostly made up)
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If you asked an art ciritque what is this painting of a woman holding a pen means, she would say:
”Well, you see that she’s carassing the pen, it’s a sub-conscious desire for a penis. How she holds the
phallic object at a 45 degree angle is a perfect representation of her suppressed sexual desires - you
call tell by her coy body language that she wants sex, but at the same time, she doesn’t want it.”
Building an online business (Yeah!):
I spent 5 hours furiously doing markets research ... then I registered 10 domain names (
$100 USD). Usually I just register 1 domain name at a time ... but it’s 10 TIMES THE EFFORT,
10 TIMES THE RESULTS, BABY.
The websites I’m developing have people who are pre-disposed to buy THINGS [or services].
I don’t want to make websites about trimming pubic hair - no. People who enter my website
got there by typing in Google ”Oh god, fuck my life, I’m desperate to fix ZXY problem NOW, plz
halp” or ”ZXY product review - does it work I need to know before buying it online”
It’s going to be busy, busy times ahead as I content, video and SEO my way to $10,000 USD
per month by March 31 2012.
(Just logged into one of my affiliate account, made $24 commission off $124 sales for ZXY
product)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
It’s that time of year again, were the mass of people make resolutions. According to Guardian.co.uk,
”Many of the 78 % who fail in their plans are focusing on downside of not achieving goals, research
finds”.
I suspect the failure rate is closer to 90 %. Observe all your friends who made ”new your
resolutions” - which one of them actually stick to it throughout the whole year? Probably 1 in 10.
Making the new year resolution stick involves a simple daily habits that adds up over time.
Most people have the ”do or die” attitude which can’t be sustained over the long run.
For example, many people drop out of the gym after three weeks simply because they are
working too hard in the gym and over exert themselves. It’s like an obese guy trying to run a
marathon - he simply can’t.
New habits need to start S-L-O-W, a simple point that most people fail to notice - or just
plain outright ignore.
According to the USA government website, here’s the top New Year resolution:
• Drink Less Alcohol
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• Eat Healthy Food
• Get a Better Education
• Get a Better Job
• Get Fit
• Lose Weight
• Manage Debt
• Manage Stress
• Quit Smoking
• Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle
• Save Money
• Take a Trip
• Volunteer to Help Others
Source #1: http://www.usa.gov/Citizen/Topics/New-Years-Resolutions.shtml
Source #2: http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2009/dec/28/new-years-resolut ions-doomed-f-
ailure
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I don’t make New Year Resolutions; I make everyday resolutions.
Ubermensch Day #68: Delirium (2011-12-29 07:33)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 253 minutes).
First time I ”formally” meditated was at a zen center. During the short 15 minutes zazen
(meditation) session, I started to have auditory hallucination - I kept hearing a bee in the room,
except there was no bee. And the bee was making this ”hehehe buzzzzzzz buzzzz hehehe” sound and
I laughed for, literally, 5 minutes straight. Dunno why but it’s hilarious.
Exercise like a War God: 60 push ups (3x20), 60 squats (3x20), 60 bicycle kicks (3x20). In-
terestingly enough, every weight exercise at the gym can be replicated using the local school play
ground. BY HOLD, ”60 years old man with a body of a 20 years old”
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzlJ xDzmdg
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Read a fascinating book: read Zen in the Art of Archery by Eugen Herrigel (Progress: 34/42
pages. Physical paperback total count: 96)
A passage from the book went something like this:
Student after practicing for 4 years: So, you’re telling me to hit the target without aiming?
Old, wise, sage master: Yes.
Student after practicing for 4 years: NIGGA STOP LYING. I DON’T BELIEVE YOU!
Old, wise, sage master: *pulls out bow, hits the target at 60 feet, in pitch darkness [night
time]*
Student after practicing for 4 years: Please teach me your ways.
Learn a foreign language: Learn Korean for 1 hour (Total accumulated time starting at Dec
01 2011: 16.45 hours).
Descriptive adjective saga continues:
For adjectives whose final character has a final consonant of either 9 or N, replace them
with 4.
8ä (key da) ’ 4 (kin) = long
4 ðD (kin young peeil) = a long pencil
ìä (tal da)’ è (tan) = sweet (taste)
è \ (tan cho co late) = sweet chocolate
h_ä (bel ga ta) ’ h¸ (bel gan) = red
h¸ ¬¸ (bel gan sa wa) = a red apple
x—ä (no la ta) ’ x€ (no run) = yellow
x€ °° (no run usan) = a yellow umbrella
For adjectives who final character has a final consonant, B, take it off and attach ´ to
them.
}ä (sheep da) ’ l´ (shoe eun) = easy
l´ 8¸ (shoe eun moon jay) = an easy problem/question
D„õä (a room dap da) ’ D„ä´ (a room dome) = beautiful
D„ä´ C (a room dome goad) = a beautiful flower
(¸ä (cha gap ta) ’ (/´ (cha ga eun) = cold (tangible)
(/´ @å (cha ga own ta dap) = a cold floor
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(•ä (lue goad ta) ’ (/´ (le goun)= hot (tangible)
(/´ ä< (le goun copi) = hot coffee
For adjectives whose last character does not have a final consonant (vowels), just attach 4
to it.
KÀä (mo chi da) ’ KÄ (mo chin) = nice/cool
KÄ ¨• (mo chin mow cha)’ a nice/cool hat
Xä (yep poo da) ’ \ (yep pun) = pretty
\ lP (yep pun ku do)’ pretty shoes
`tä (bale lue da) ’ `x (bale un)= fast
`x •Ù( (bale un so dun cha) ’ a fast car
•¬ä (neu de da) ’ •° (neu lin) = slow
•° •% (neu lin son yuck) ’ a slow speed
Writing in Korean looks complicated but in spoken Korean the particles are often ommited
(except for the D/| particle)
Factual spoken Korean: Cä D„äÌ” = The flowers are beautiful.
Casual spoke korean: Cä D„õ$”
Factual spoken Korean: •Ù( K{” = The car is good-looking.
Casual spoke korean: •Ù( KÀ$”
Factual spoken Korean: 8¸ lÌ” = The question is easy.
Casual spoke korean: 8¸ }$”
Korean words from Youtube!
”key yah ooun nam ja” = cute girl
”al room tap da” = beautiful
”cieh eru min Ubermensch im me da” = Hi I’m ubermensch
”ee ru me, mosh say yo” = What is your name?
Word of the day: fusty, ”fuss tey”, adjective, Having a stale smell; moldy; musty.
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 11/25). Another slow paced episode, interestingly enough Darker than Black uses a two
episode formula to make a more detailed sub-plot line compared to other animes.
Learn something new: Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org (total video watched: 2). 10
minutes of the Colosseum (Amphitheatrum Flavium), c. 70-80 C.E., Rome; the speakers also talked
how Rome was multi-cultural, used concrete to construct buildings en mass, and it was multi-cultural
society were citizenship mattered and not skin color.
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Build an online [business] empire (Yeah!):
Building a 30 page ”mini site” in a health niche (desperate visitors looking to buy a solution),
20 pages of information, 10 pages of product recomendations. I’m not doing anything new, just
copying the competitor’s hard work (without plagiarism, of course)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
I worked 18 hours last night, suffering from delirium. Near the point of passing out, I was
panicking: ”WHAT IF I CAN’T MAKE MONIES ONLINE, OH GOD, I HAVE TO WORK AT
MCDONALDS”.
Then I reminded myself thousands of people making a living online from affiliate marketing,
it’s not hard, or that big of a deal.
Then I went to bed.
Ubermensch Day #69: Simplify (2011-12-30 11:22)
Meditate like a monk:
Meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 263 minutes). In meditation, there is no
real goal or purpose. Just sit and be aware, like a cat that stares out of the window. Interestingly
enough, meditation teaches patience. Not patience of the ordinary kind, but patience of the soul.
Exercise like a War God:
n/a [6 more days until the gym re-opens! Funny stories of new year resolution will be sure
to follow]
Read a fascinating book:
Finished reading Zen in the Art of Archery by Eugen Herrigel (Progress: 42/42 pages. Phys-
ical paperback total count: 96). The end is interesting, because he speaks about the height of
mastery - which is abandoning the ego, and become ”purposeless”. I think the author is trying to
refer to ego death, where one is at peace, whether living or dying.
Learn a foreign language:
Learned Korean for 60 minutes (Total accumulated time starting at Dec 01 2011 17.45hours)
Adjectives in it’s connective form:
This form is used to list several adjectives in a sequence, and to connect one sentence to an-
other. Take ä off adjectives and then attach ¸ to them.
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Written form for: High
Present: ’ä (nope da)
Connective: ’¸ (nope go)
Written form for: Low
Present: ®ä (nat da)
Connective: ®¸ (nat go)
Written form for: Big
Present: lä (keun)
Connective: l¸ (kugo)
To list adjectives in a sequence
To say ’kind, beautiful and humble’ in Korean, the adjectives must be changed to their con-
nective forms except the last adjective of a sentence which determines its tense.
)Xä (check ha da) ’ )X¸ (check ca go) = kind
D„õä (al room dap da) ’ D„õ¸ (al room dap go) = beautiful
_•Xä (kum soon han da) = humble
)X¸ (check ca go) D„õ¸ (al room dap go) _•Xä (kum soon han da) = IS kind, beautiful
and humble
)X¸(check ca go) D„õ¸(al room dap go) _•ˆä(kum soon hit da) = WAS kind, beautiful
and humble
Learned grammar for 20 minutes. At this point, I pass out for 5 hours, wake up, and imme-
diately spent the other 40 minutes learning Korean on Youtube. Some Korean girl in Korea giving
random Korea phrases:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUpUUizuCs4 &feature=relmfu
Word of the day: Interpolation The act or process of introducing something additional or ex-
traneous between other parts. /noun/ - he act or process of introducing something additional or
extraneous between other parts. Example: ”interoplate those pages, young one”
Watch something inspiration:
Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha (progress: 11/25). I knew
who the culprit is, it was blatantly obvious. The protagonist of this anime Lei, is an ISFJ playing
the role of an INTJ - too emotional, not logical and calculating enough.
Learn something new while stretching:
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org (total video watched: 3) The Seated Scribe, 3 min-
utes, anicent Egyptian sculpture.
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While not a bad thing, I can see why INFJ (the artistic types) are intellectually inferior in
terms of cognition compared to INTJ and INTP. INFJ state and intrepret the most OBVIOUS
THINGS. ”You can see this sculpture guy ... well he looks middle age ... he’s fat and lost muscle
tones ... he’s obviously someone important because they made a sculpture of him ... well he’s high
status because he can write ...” Nigga, no shit.
Build an online [business] empire (Yeah!):
Building 14 high quality backlinks and 2 pages per day. Pace isn’t fast enough. I need to ”hire” a
trainee to work for me to offload some of the work - wat to do? Enlist people from the Internet?
Kids from around the nighbourhood? I have to think this through.
Last night I signed for this affiliate program thath as a network of diet pills and ”male en-
hancer”. LOL.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Yesterday I was stuffering from delirum because of sleep deprivation - working 18 hours straight is
not cool.
So today I spent 2 hour of hard thinking to systemize EVERY SINGLE PART of the busi-
ness. After I done that, a sense of calm and order is restored.
——————
Yesterday, I also signed up for http://www.deathbycaptcha.com. It’s nice knowing that an
army of people in India is solving my captcha at $1.39 per 1000 captchas.
——————
Not sure if it’s an INTJ thing, but I’m definiately not a morning person. My brains is a
foggy haze, I need coffee and time for it to ”reboot” in the morning, after that I can use it at full
capacity.
Ubermensch Day #71: NY EVE (2011-12-31 12:00)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Happy New Year Eve! Thanks for reading my blog!
My ”2012 New Year Resolution”? Intensify my obession. I know that strategic actions combined
with intelligent planning will get me to my goals (vision board). The question is - how long will it
take?
I’ll be taking the day off to get drunk and be balls deep in the wife. Feelsgoodman.jpg
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Question - which part of this blog are you most interested in reading more about? The exercise
part? The affiliate marketing part? The Daily conclusions? Drop a comment and let me know.
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Chapter 2
2012
2.1 January
Ubermensch Day #72: INTJ PPs (2012-01-01 09:15)
Read a fascinating book:
Finished reading ”The Millionaire Fastlane: Crack the Code to Wealth and Live Rich for a Life-
time” by MJ Demarco in 2 sittings. (Progress: 389/389; Physical page count total: 336)
Notes:
1. The slow lane is working at a job for 40 years, maxing out the 401ks, living frugally and having
a chance at ”wealth”. the slow lane where the mediocrity mass reside should be avoided.
2. Wealth formula: The mentality - need to get rich ”fast”. The path there - real estate? Internet
marketing? Seminars? etc. Speed - from idea to execution.
3. People get fixated upon the wealth events (ie, guy living in mansion) when real wealth is the
process (ie, guy living in mansion paid the price through hard & smart work)
4. ”The fast lane process demands sacrifices that few make, to resolve to live a few can”
5. To change your outcome, you change your beliefs, which effects action, which effects outcome.
(Obvious huh)
6. To become rich, a rich mindset MUST be adapted.
7. Wealth is freedom, health and relationships
8. Material wealth can be destruct true wealth if not kept in check (aka, rapper lifestyle)
9. Lifestyle of the riches for the middle class is the anti-thesis of happiness
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10. Slow lane (middle and uppler middle class) is boring, compound interest is inherently limited,
being middle class sucks. Heh.
11. Don’t listen to financial gurus who preach one thing and do the other; aka the high school
business teacher who teaches how to create a business ... but she doesn’t own a business, LOL
12. Fast lane (rich) mindset: debt is a useful system to build the business, time is more important
then money, always be learning (everyday), income is earned by mutilple businesses and invest-
ments; money is every where, it’s created depending the value I create; money is created by
building business or buying an existing business;
13. Have a producer mindset, not a consumer
14. Engage in a busines where there is massive consumer demand (think weight loss or online dating)
15. Wealth = Net profit + asset value
16. Net profit = unit sold + unit profit / asset value = (net profit) x (industry multiplier)
17. Business system; divorce time from income
18. 5 business systems; rental (real estate); comptuters or software (internet marketing, comptuer
softwares like windows, macbook); content system (books, ebooks, magazines etc); distribution
system - selling any products to the mass;
19. Law of Effection - scale and magnitude leads to rich, sell a dollar pen to a million people (scale),
or sell a $100,000.00 product to 10 people (magnitude)
20. Worse case consequence analysis - whati s the worst case consequence, what is the probability
of this outcome, what is an acceptable risk
21. A business that serves a need; help 1 million people, make them feel better; help them solve a
problem; educate them; make them look better (clothes, makeup, nutrition); give them security
(housing. safetly, and makeup); raise a positive emotion (love, happiness, laughter, self confi-
dence; satisify appetites, from food to sex; make things easier; enhance their dreams and give
hopes
22. Control over business; build your product or service; build your brand.
23. Scalability - can the business serve the global market? Is there a limitation of how many units
you can sell per day?
24. Fast lane end goals; define lifestyle, assess the cost, target profit for business, execute it
25. Financial literacy is important
26. Build brands, not businesses
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
INTJ pet peeves #1: People who keep repeating themselves
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Exceptions: If the concept is deeply complex, or if it’s an naked chick repeating her ”HNNNNG
you’re so good UBERMENSCH” one liner.
INTJ pet peeves #2: People making excuses
Exceptions: Little toddlers. Even then, there shouldn’t be excuses. (”Little Jimmy, don’t be
afraid of the Lion! Bop his nose and show him who’s the boss”)
INTJ pet peeves #3: Small talk
Exceptions: Conversational ice-breakers. Small talk is mundane; tell me some big cool idea
and implementation steps. Tell me your aspiration to make the world a better - or worse - place.
———————
I did it; I finished reading ”The Millionaire Fastlane: Crack the Code to Wealth and Live
Rich for a Lifetime” (Physical page count total: 336 pages) by MJ Demarco in 2 sitting.
It took 10 or 12 hours, I was reading it slow and taking notes. At one point I passed out,
only to wake up and immediately read it again.
Why so hurried?
I can spot a genuinely EXCELLENT book when I read one. The author of The Millionaire
Fastlane, MJ Demarco, is worth more then 10 million USD - he’s one of those authors who have
”been there, done that”.
(BTW, I don’t listen to that popular author who espouse ”Don’t buy a latte - save it for
your retirement fund”. LOL, nigga u gay)
The book is really friggin’ fascinating; it dispense practical advice and a good glimpse on
how the rich get richer.
My top 4 self improvement book would be:
1. The Narrow Road: short guide to getting rich by Dennis Felix
2. The Millionaire Fastlane: Crack the Code to Wealth and Live Rich for a Lifetime by MJ
Demarco
3. The Slight Edge: Turning Simple Disciplines Into Massive Success by Jeff Olson
4. The 10X Rule: The Only Difference Between Success and Failure by Grant Cardone
5. The Book Of Five Rings, by Miyamoto Musashi
(Hint: All the authors above got rich BEFORE they started selling those books. They’re the anti-
thesis ofa smoke and mirror”guru”)
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I’m confident that if I implement the ideas in this book, it will make me millions during my life
time.
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Been out with the wife for the past 2 days; wil resume normal Project Ubermensch schedule to-
morrow.
Ubermensch Day #73: Mass Psychology (2012-01-02 12:32)
Meditate like a monk
meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 263 minutes) I obtained no psychology
insight during meditation. I woke up, immediately starting doing meditation and thought: ”Man, I
feel like a zombie and my nose is stuffy. My nose is stuffy. Hurrrrr durrrr.”
Exercise like a War God:
n/a [The gym opens tomorrow! Hilarious gym stories will ensure. Last year, you got people
doing weird exercises, like some guy laying the floor and repeatedly thrust his pelvis into the air.
Groups of Asians and Indians doing curls in unison. Then you got this girl who was wearing sun
glasses while she’s stretching. Yeah, not making this up.
Read a fascinating book:
Read 20 pages of Meditations By Marcus Aurelius (Progress 30/157; Physical page count:
200 pages (?))
Marcus Aurelius was a roman emperor known to be virtuous and kind; he also a student of
stoicism. Much like the Buddha’s teaching, ”Meditations” is a practical book that enspouse how to
live a life of honor and for the good of everybody. I don’t know what edition I’m reading but it uses
old english and big words, which makes comprehension a bit difficult. (But I’ll read it anyway
Learn a foreign language:
Learned Korean for 1 hour (Total accumulated time starting at Dec 01 2011: 18.45 hours)
Restaurant phrases:
„t8” (yup boni say yo) = How many are you (how many people)
¸8” (jew say yo) = Please
<€¸8” (moo jum jew say yo) = Some water please
Tt € ¸8” (menu pun, jum jew say yo) = The menu please
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<¸ € ¸8” (moo sue gun jum, jew say yo) = Water and hand towel please
t/ € ¸8” (ego jew say yo) = I want this
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GpF17lV92fw
This learning session was interesting because, instead of copying the hangul (Korean alpha-
bet), I had to manually type it on the keyboard. This is great for learning how to write in Korean
AND ... seeing the hangul in a proper sentence is infinitely more interesting then learning it
individually.
Word of the day: truss, verb, To tie, bind, or fasten. Eg: I trussed the girlfriend with a
scarf.
Watch something inspiration:
Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha (progress: 13/25).
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org:
3 minutes. (total video watched: 4 ) Victory Stele of Naram-Sin, Akkadian, pink limestone,
2254-2218 B.C.E.. ”This monument depicts the Akkadian victory over the Lullubi Mountain
people. In the 12th century B.C.E., 1,000 years after it was originally made, the Elamite king,
Shutruk-Nahhunte, attacked Babylon and, according to his later inscription, the stele was taken to
Susa in what is now Iran”
Build an online [business] empire (Yeah!):
Current operations:
Operation #1. Adding 10 high quality product reviews into authority site at $20 to $40 per
sale
Operation #2. Get 9 other websites up and running
Operation #3. Backlink campaign to get it rank in Google, first page for ”[ZXY product] reviews”
Operation #4. Make a million dollars using Youtube
Operation #4 is interesting because I’m looking to upload 300 high value videos. 300 videos
at 5 minutes each is merely 25 hours of video presentation recording. The video directs the viewer
to a website that pays out $1.50 to $3.00 per lead (emails and names etc)
This seems like a good idea because:
1) The market has massive consumer demand
2) It’s a market with build in consumers (think gambling, sex and drugs)
3) It’s a market that isn’t going anywhere for the next 10 to 50 years
To hit a million dollars, I would need a few million visitors to the website, and a good con-
version rate (20 to 30 percent is decent)
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Anyways, pretty excited with Operation #4, since it can be considered ”fast money”. I made
around $800 using this method before - It never crossed my mind to SCALE the operation.
Step #1: Design the business system
Step #2: Implement the business system
Step #3: Make love to the wife
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
On New Year’s Eve, the girlfriend and I were downtown for the New Year countdown.
We made love with feral like intensity (for 5 hours; no hyperbole).
15 minutes before the New Year, we rushed to the city hall to watch the fireworks. Bad
idea.
Because there’s 40,000 other people squished together in the city hall with the same idea.
We were squashed together like Japanese people in a subway station during rush hour; it didn’t
helped that a bunch of teenagers kept shoving forward, creating a cassading effect. I told them to
knock that shit off.
One guy who looks like he abuses steriod wanted to fight another guy, simply because he got
”shoved” from the cassading effect ... then the fireworks ensued and everyone got happy, staring at
the exploded lights in awe.
I kissed the waifu at mid-night and smiled.
In the back of my mind, I’ll never forget this experience being inside a mob.
The mob - the 99 percent - stuck in the cold, being squished, staring at 10 seconds of fire-
works before dispersing into the subway. They got work in the morning.
The 1 percent are somewhere nice, perhaps in Niagara Falls, overlooking the waterfall, and
watching the midnight fireworks in their cosy $1000 per night hotel room, as they sip on expensive
$200 wine bottles.
We walked back to the hotel; people screamed ”HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!” followed by collec-
tive howls.
Some teenagers posed in front of cop cars, as their friend snap a picture.
One guy sprayed his beer can into a random stranger with a shit eating grin. The other guy
contemplated confronting the perpetrator, but (cowardly) walked away.
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The wife and I had a bubble bath while sipping on wine, then we passed out at 5:30 AM.
Ubermensch Day #74: Skills Principle (2012-01-03 04:03)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 263 minutes). There is
acute auditory awareness when meditating; I can hear the soft hum of a car’s exhaust from outside.
Then there’s acute cognition, my thoughts are clear and linear instead of a erratic train of thoughts.
However, I’m thinking too much when meditating, which defeats the purpose of meditation. Breath
in, breath out, and nothing else.
Exercise like a War God: Marched to the gym in -15 degrees Celsius (5 degree Fahrenheit), with
cold as fuck wind chill. Went to the gym at 9:30 AM, perhaps it’s too early to see the New Year
resolution people - or it’s too cold? Saw a couple of fat college girls languidly paddle the bicycle
machine.
Read a fascinating book: Read ”Meditations” by Marcus Aurelius, the condense version. [This
abridgement reduces the original 66,000 words to about 4,200 and is largely based on the trans-
lation by George Long.]. The original version I was reading was written 150 years ago using old
English, was pretty hard to understand.
Quotes I like from the book:
• Adhere to the principles of wisdom, and those who now take you for a monkey or a beast will
make a god of you in a week.
• A thing is neither better nor worse for being praised. Do virtues stand in need of a good word,
or are they the worse for a bad one?
• Mankind are poor, transitory things; one day in life, and the next turned to ashes. Therefore
manage this minute wisely and part with it cheerfully
• Be not ashamed of any action which is in accordance with nature, and never be misled by the
fear of censure or reproach. Where honesty prompts you to say or do anything, let not the
opinion of others hold you back. Go straight forward, pursuing your own and the common
interest.
• THE best way of revenge is not to imitate the injury. Be always doing something serviceable
to mankind; and let this constant generosity be your pleasure, not forgetting a due regard to
God.
Abridge version: http://www.btinternet.com/ glynhughes/squashed/marcusa.htm
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 1 hour (Total accumulated time starting at
Dec 01 2011: 19.45 hours)
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˜ë´ (na no she zero) = I hate you
øÌ (no meewah) = You’re ugly
˜‘ ܬ˜ (na rung sa whee lay) = Will you go out with me?
Ô”¼ (wah yo eel) = Monday
8”¼ (hua yo eel) = Tuesday
Sorely lacking in this learning session but that’s okay, I’m sleepy.
Word of the day: admonish, verb, to caution, advise, or counsel against something. Example:
admonish against making fun of Park Bom ; ;
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 14/25). The piano background music is lovely, and Yin is hauntingly beautiful. I want to
dress my girl friend up in Yin’s clothes.
Learn something new while stretching: Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org (total video
watched: 5), 10 minutes, Unknown sculptor, Venus after the Greek original by Praxiteles from the
4th century B.C.E. Horray for naked woman sculptor.
Build an online [business] empire (Yeah!):
2 presell article. 2 clicks on the affiliate link, $60 worth of sales, $6 bucks worth of commis-
sion, conversion rate at 50 percent. Lesson learn - target visitors to the website.
I have completely outsource/automate my SEO (search engine optimization, the thing where
you get your website rank first page on Google). SEO is an interesting topic but doing SEO is boring
work.
Instead, I have sticked to the creative side of marketing - writing presell letters, populating
the autoresponder, niche research, video creation, managing people and stuff like that.
”Don’t do anything you don’t like” - Jimmy D Brown (old fart marketer). Obvious statement
is obvious but wise none of the less.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Invictus commented:
”Id like to hear more about your social interactions. You mention having a girlfriend,
but nothing about where you met her or how you courted her or anything.”
You can about my social interactions at ”[1]Ubermensch Day #9: Social Tennis” and ”[2]Ubermensch
Day #49: Relevation”.
I’ll hazard a guess and say you want to be more socially competent. Just follow the steps below
for learning any new skills.
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Step 1. Learn (books, videos, mentors)
Step 2. Practice (approaching random women is funny; so is talking to more random people)
Step 3. Analysis and correct (what went well, what didn’t)
Step 4. Loop (Go back to Step #1 to #3 ad infinitum)
Note: Do not get stuck at any step for too long. A good starting ratio can be Step #1: 15 minutes,
Step #2: 15 minutes, Step #3: 15 minutes.
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My favorite quote for the day:
”New years resolutions are for people that don’t have regular goals”
1. http://projectubermensch.com/ubermensch-day-9-more-hotel-sex-and-yelling-at-people
2. http://projectubermensch.com/ubermensch-day-49-relevation
Ubermensch Day #75: Adult Diaper (2012-01-04 18:47)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 273 minutes). Again, the
time seems to past by seemingly fast. I’m not meditating with proper ”conduct” - I need my mind
to be sharp and not a mental haze. Believe it or not, proper meditation is hard work.
Exercise like a War God: One of my favorite part about going to the gym is walking there
and back - yes, even in sub-zero Canada land weather. It gives me time to think and to enjoy some
music.
I listen to Eminem (”I’m going to be what I set out to be, these mother fucking demons are
doing jumping jacks”), Jay-Z (”You are what you are, gangster”), and 2NE1 (”Hey BOY, why don’t
you go away!”). Yeah, 2NE1 ”Go Away” song, awefully gay.
In the gym, there was this co-ed girl who was attention whoring. I think she was a border-
line exhibitionist (people who receive joy from being naked in public), because her ”shorts” she was
actually an underwear!
It was so short, I could see her ass crease (the part where the upper thigh and ass meets).
The tightness of her underwear, upon closer inspection, reveals her vagina outline.
What compels a young woman to wear that in the gym, in the middle of winter? Does she
derive a sense of accomplishment from getting attention? Or was laundry day, and she ran out of
clothes? Does she want her vagina to be prod?
I will be sure to ask her these questions next time.
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Read a fascinating book: Read 20 pages of The Art of the Start: The Time-Tested, Battle-
Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything By Guy Kawasaki. (Progress: 20/120 pages - Hard
cover page count: 226 pages)
Notes: Make meaning - service or product that makes the world a better place. Get going -
deliver the service or product ASAP. Good is enough (think buggy Windows software). Copy others.
Proven biz model. Think big, shoot for 10x the status quo.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 1 hour (Total accumulated time starting at
Dec 01 2011: 19.45 hours)
´ (au tea) = Where, which place?
´Ð (au tea eh) = Where, at which place?
´Ð (au tea eh) ¸´” (ka so yo) = Where did you go?
YPÐ (hack kyo eh) ¸´” (ka so yo) = I went to school
´Ð (au tea eh) ˆ´” (is so yo) = Where are you?
ÑÐÜ P t” (cheap eh so, moe hey yo) = What are you doing at home
$ (ne) = Yes
DÈ” (anh ne yo) = No
$D” (ne, mah cha-aye yo) = Yes, that’s right
EUˆ /8” (anh young he, ka say yo) = Bye (when the other person is leaving)
EUˆ Œ8” (anh young he, kay say yo) = Bye (when the other person is staying)
¸0” (toe key yo) = excuse me
t„t ¨D8” (eru me mosh she eh yo) = What is your name?
¸ t„@ (jeh eru min) [blank] …È (ee me da) = My name is [blank]
Really productive learning session, I concentrate hard on proper pronunciation so there’s no
foreigner accent.
It seems for every language there is nuances for tonality, speed and rhythm ... I try my best
to emulate naive speakers by repeating after them and saying the phrases 10 to 20 times.
Then I practice writing down the hangul by actually typing it out using
http://www.sayjack.com/type/korean/
Word of the day: concatenate, verb, to link together, unite in a series or chain. Example:
concatenate ideas
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of ChiyahaFuru (Progress: 13/24). Best
motivational anime ever! The anime bring tears to my eyes everytime I watch it.
Learn something new while stretching: Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org (total video
watched: 6).
Watched Law Code Stele of King Hammurabi, basalt, Babylonian, 1792-1750 B.C.E. (3 min-
utes) It’s a big stone with laws written in it, by some dead guy who died 4000 years ago.
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What’s funny is that the art critique keep mentioning the obvious ”the rock is hard”, ”the
stone is black”. LOL, woman.
I haven’t read the the law code of King Hammurabi, but if it’s made up laws concocted to
benefit the ruling class, I’m going to snicker.
Build an online [business] empire (Yeah!):
Building 25 product review pages for health website. Building money page and 1 video for
operation Youtube.
I’m productive as fuck, and it’s only 1:45 PM.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Yesterday my friend told me he was wearing a diaper, because he has diarrhea from food
poisoning.
”I don’t believe you”, I said.
Sitting in the restaurant, he un-buckles his belt and unzipps his pants, revealing his adult di-
aper and sprouty public hair.
I chuckled and said: ”Now that’s gangster”.
Ubermensch Day #76: Reading Bleeding (2012-01-05 04:56)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 283 minutes). Meditation
teaches patience of the heart and soul - I’m slowly understanding this now, sitting there, doing noth-
ing, immobilized.
If I were to say: ”Hey old zen master, I’m becoming more patience!” he would scold: ”NO, ZEN
IS NOT A TOOL FOR ANYTHING. SIT AND BREATHE!”
Exercise like a War God: [n/a - rest day]. Here’s the video that inspired me to lift weights - a
contribute to Zyzz, the come at me bro guy.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v= Sy6YxhZZSk
Read a fascinating book: Read 20 pages of The Art of the Start: The Time-Tested, Battle-Hardened
Guide for Anyone Starting Anything By Guy Kawasaki. (Progress: 40/120 pages Hard cover page
count: 226 pages)
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Notes from the book:
• Positive (good things), consumer focus (what can your company do for the cusomteres?), specfic
(better security for website - no. Prevent banking fraud by protecting website with SSL, yes)
, core (central problem the company help solve for the consumer), revelent (to the industry),
long lasting value
• Start in one niche and branch out
• Branding - pick a good name, potential to become a verb. ”I Google’d that”
• Be personal (consumer self interest): ”This helps the ozone layer! Please donate” NO. ”This
helps you from getting skin cancer, donate now” YES.
• No technical jargon; speak plain english.
• Cut the chase - when pitching something, tell them within the first minute (asking for a date?
hiring an employee?)
• Use ”For instance, ZXY real life example” as a way to convey concrete proof
• You said: ”we provide telephone encrpytion” They said, ”So what? You said: ”So your boss
can’t snoop on your ass” Then you said: ”For instance, when you’re calling the hooker your boss
won’t know”
• Powerpoint tips: use black background, add logo, san serif arial, bullet points. 1 slide, 1 point,
support with bullets. Add diagram and graphs.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 1 hour (Total accumulated time starting at Dec 01
2011: 20.45 hours)
¸Ð” (cho a yo) = It’s me!
Ì” (bowl yay yo) = What is it?
t/ ÌД (ego bowl yay yo) = What is this?
t/ ä<” (ego cop pee a yo) = This is coffee
DÈ” t/ ¸tД (anh young. ego mulee a yo) = No. It’s water.
t/ <•Ð” (ego, pizza a yo) = Is this pizza?
¬tˆ´” (ch-eh me sai yo) = It’s interesting
¬øÆ´” (ch-eh me op sai yo) = It’s not interesting
t/ ¬øÆ´” (ego ch-eh me op say yo) = This is not interesting
t/” ¬øˆ´” (ego nin ch-eh me sai yo) = This one is interesting
\ ¸8” (chocolate jew say yo) = Give me chocolate!
I can almost touch type Hangul (Korean alphabet)!
I’m pretty happy with that, at first it was really difficult to type in Hangul, it was like learn-
ing how to type on the keyboard all over again. Muscle memory / rote memorization does the job
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well.
Word of the day: gasconade, verb, Extravagant boasting; boastful talk.
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 15/25).
Learn something new while stretching: Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org (total video
watched: 8 )
Watched Mixing Vessel with Odysseus Escaping from the Cyclops, tells a story of a Greek
dude who got his eyes poked out and humping a sheep.
Art is one pretentious subject and I can’t stop watching the videos, I find it absolutely hilari-
ous, OH GOD WHAT SHOULD I DO.
Build an online [business] empire (Yeah!):
A couple days ago I hired 2 person from fiverr.com to write for me. They wrote a total of
1200 words for $10, which is pretty cool.
Yesterday’s work was pretty cool, I build a ”rating fact sheet” template. Using the template,
I was able to quickly make 25 fact sheets for 25 different products.
It’s a very small sample size - but I’m making $3 per click, the product review page is THAT good.
My work log shows I worked a solid 6 hours today, but that’s only half the battle. Need to
work another 6 hours then pass out
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
While reading is good, I realize there’s alot of shitty books with tons of FLUFF. (You’re lis-
tening to me, Michael E. Gerber?)
If the concept can be reduced to 10 pages instead of 350 pages, I’m going to be looking up
the cliff notes - this includes ”Getting Things Done” by David Allen.
I’m done with reading about marketing and productivity.
I’m going to make the gradual shift to learning history, psychology, theology, political science,
hard science, philosophy, personal finance and personal health.
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When I pick a book to read, I go on Amazon and look for the book with the most reviews
(at least 50 or up) with good reviews. Then I look at the top 2 most helpful reviews, and judge if
the book is worth the read.
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Ubermensch Day #77: Fail Nation (2012-01-06 02:03)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 283 minutes).
I get flash backs of meditating in the zen (meditation hall) in hot, humid weather last year. 3
monsterous mosquitoes land on my neck and forehead, sucking my blood. I’m like, ”Fuck my life” but
I dared not to move.
Today’s meditation insight: the time will come, do not grasp for outcome.
Exercise like a War God: Marched to the gym in surprisingly warm weather (What’s wrong with
Canada land weather? 2 days ago it was cold as fuck)
Did my bench press, dumb bell rows, and dumb bell press like a boss. Talked to a gym bro in
his early 30s who insist on having monkey sex with middle aged women. We spot each other doing
bench press.
A cute Asian girl instinctively shiveled her head 15 degrees and stared at me as I came out of
the gym. I also shiveled my head, 5 degrees.
She’s cute with good facial aesthetics but I’m awry of her pound of makeup. I hope she doesn’t
sweat too much in the gym, or else her eyeliner will drip off her face.
I’ll say Hi to her the next time we meet.
Read a fascinating book: Read 20 pages of The Art of the Start: The Time-Tested, Battle-Hardened
Guide for Anyone Starting Anything By Guy Kawasaki. (Progress: 60/120 pages Hard cover page
count: 226 pages)
Notes from the book:
• Culture of excution
• Realism is good
• Bootstrap - cash is king
• Hire the best employees
• A startup need the following: Kamikaze - who are willing to work 80 hours per week to
achieve success Implementers - who come behind the kamikaze and turn the business into a
system/infrastructure Operators who run the system Hire smart people, not ”degree” people
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Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 1 hour (Total accumulated time starting at Dec 01
2011: 21.45 hours)
ȸ8” (pun jew say yo) = Give me money
Ûˆ´” (mah she soy yo) = Delicious!
ÛÆ´” (mah dap soy yo) = Not delicious
¬ÕÛˆ´” (sa tongue, mah she soy yo) = Candies are delicious!
˜9¸µÈä (tie mok get sum me da) = Thanks for the meal (before the meal. Grammar: meal,
thank you)
˜9ÈµÈ (tie moe sum me da) = I enjoyed the food (after meal)
Current obession: typing hangul (Korean alphabet). I went from ”nigga where’s the keys at”
to ”Yeah, I’m typing semi-fast now! We gangster now”.
Thinking back, this is how I learned Korean:
Simple phrases
The alphabet
The number system
Grammar
Back to simple phrases
A combination of grammar and simple phrases / learning new words will get me to the point
of speaking Korean fluently.
I’m practicing my conversational Korean hardcore, going to awe the Korean MILF that works
at the convenience store.
Word of the day: sprat / noun / A small or inconsequential person or thing. Example: nigga u
sprat!!1
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 16/25). The anime production is really high quality, from the intriguing story line to the
jazzy background music to the character animation.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org (total video
watched: 9 )
Arch of Titus, originally Pentelic marble, early 19th-century restoration is in travertine, c. 81
C.E., Via Sacra, Rome
Arch of Titus, a big column arch made by Titus’s brother to commemorate Titus after his
death. From what I gather, Titus invaded jerusalem and stole a bunch of stuff. Good job.
I’m going to stop watching Art history, cause it’s kinda gaylord and pretentious, and switch
to biology, cosmology, astronomy, current economics, finance, medicine, history, microeconomics,
organic chemistry, statistics, valuation and investing, venture capital, that’s the list.
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Shout out to Salman Khan, mah nigga. (founder of Khanacademy.org)
[Trivial: I dated a girl in high school with the last name Khan]
Build an online [business] empire (Yeah!):
Last month I spent $190 on various SEO (search engine optimization) services - it sucks be-
cause it’s not automated. So I cancel all of it, now I’m subscribed to a cutting edge SEO software
for $150 per month, I’m just going to stick with this.
I watched 1 hour of their video, signed up, and added a bunch of pages. Now I can finally
just concentrate on building the websites, and let the software do the link building for me (thank
god - SEO is tedious)
I’m a digital gangster now.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
”Teen stabs bully 12 times in self defense and charges are dropped in FL”
The teen failed to used functional authority over the bully. What if the teen told the bully
to knock that shit off, and they got into a fist fight? The end result would have been a bloody nose
at best.
Instead, like a boiling kettle, the teen let the bullying continue for months (or years) on end.
The final confrontation resulted in a deadly stabbing attack.
So who’s wrong here - the kid or the bully? Neither. The bully shouldn’t have bullied, and
the ”victim” should have used functional authority and nip on the problem before it escalated.
Source: http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2012/jan/03/collier-judge-upholds-sta nd-your-ground-
defense-ca/
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BTW, Obama signed the NDAA Martial Law (which allows indefinite citizen detainment without a
trial), and the SOPA / IP act is pending to be approve (in one form or another). SOPA / IP act is
basically censoring the Internet, much like the Firewall of China.
Americans watched passively as their freedom slowly erode.
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Ubermensch Day #78: Business Thoughts (Saturday) (2012-01-07 23:55)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 293 minutes). I had my
eyes closed, as my mind lapsed into fantasies. I snapped back to reality, opening my eyes; I notice
the dents on the wall, and the paint texture. Can I have 10 minutes of perfect concentration? I’ll
strive for that.
Exercise like a War God: [n/a - rest day, saturday]
Read a fascinating book: Read 20 pages of The Art of the Start: The Time-Tested, Battle-
Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything By Guy Kawasaki. (Progress: 80/120 pages Hard
cover page count: 226 pages)
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 1 hour (Total accumulated time starting at
Dec 01 2011: 22.45 hours)
PX¸ö´” (more ha go, ship pie yo) = What do you want to do?
•l ö´” (ja goo ship pie yo) = I want to sleep
\| 9¸ö´” (cola moe go ship pie yo) = I want to drink coke
E}¸ö´” (chick gee sip pie yo) = I want to read a book
& phrase previous learned phrases
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IcZka dV8yc
I think a combination of typing the hangul (Korean alphabet), typing my ”romanization”
(LOL - if you can call it that) and repeated pronouncing the word over and over again helps.
I need to learn the most common words, phrases and grammar in order to speak Korean flu-
ently. I’m getting there!
Word of the day: Cimmerian \ si-MEER-ee-uhn \ , adjective; Very dark; gloomy; deep.
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 17/25).
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Watched Scale of Earth and Sun, 10 minutes. To
learn how big the earth and sun is .. well, it’s humbling that we’re merely a speck in this big universe.
Can’t wait to see how big the galaxy is.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
How to quickly and ethically REVERSE ENGINEER a competitor’s website.
Real example ....
I look for websites that are making money. In our example, http://www.juicing-for-health.com
because it’s on sitebuildit’s top performing website. (I know this because it’s published on their
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website)
Okay - cool.
Next, I head over to semrush.com and type in http://www.juicing-for-health.com to look at
their background information.
• Alfalfa sprouts monthly search volume: 5,000
• http://www.juicing-for-health.com ranking for the term ”Alfalfa sprouts”: 2nd in Google
• Average adsense cost of advertising ”alfalfa sprouts”: 65 cents per click.
juicing-for-health.com has a page ranking for ”alfalfa sprouts”. So each time a person enters ”alfalfa
sprouts” into Google, the page http://www.juicing-for-health.com/alfalfa-sprouts-nutrition.html
shows up in 2nd position in the search engine ranking.
The current search volume is 5,000 inqueries per month. So I go to http://www.juicing-for-
health.com/alfalfa-sprouts-nutrition.html and observe how the website is making money.
Okay, so the person is making money using Google adsense, and from semrush.com it shows
that the ads for ”alfalfa sprouts” cost about 65 cents per click.
So, let’s estimate that every time someone visits http://www.juicing-for-health.com/alfalfa-
sprouts-nutrition.h tml and clicks on the ads, the web master gets 30 cents.
Rvery month the page http://www.juicing-for-health.com/alfalfa-sprouts-nutrition.html gets
3000 visits. Then we assume the 1 in every 10 person clicks on the ad.
So the page is making the web master $9 per month on that page alone.
She gets 30 cents for every 10 visitors, divide by 3000 potential visitors, equals 9 bucks. Is it
right? Someone correct me.
Now multiple that page by hundreds of pages and how she’s making thousands of dollars.
How to reverse engineer it:
Visit her website, look at her content, how she’s monetizing the website, what keywords she’s
ranking for, then simply DUPLICATE her whole website without plagiarising it [building content
and links]
When a marketer told me how ALL THE MONEY ON THE INTERNET BEING MADE IS
TRANSPARENT, I thought he was full of shit. But now I know he’s telling the truth.
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I got the SEO automated now (paying $150 month for it), finally the SEO part is scalable.
Current popualting the website with 5 pages per day.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Realism is good - you can’t sell ice to eskimos (wait - isn’t that common sense?!)
I have yet to meet a successful person who is a hater. Haters tend to be nobodys, sitting on
the sideline, yelling and mad at somebody or something.
I want my business infrastructure to completely virtual - the employees will work from home.
I’ll run multi-million dollar company from my laptop.
I can’t wait to get a Porsche 911. I gangsta now.
Ubermensch Day #79: Time Race (Sunday) (2012-01-08 05:21)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 303 minutes). I’m experi-
encing some strange feeling - I feel lighter now, in the physical sense. Kinda like a floating in the air
feeling. Zen masters call these feelings Maya, which roughly translate into ”illusions”. They say it’s
best to ignore Maya because it’s nothing special. BUT I FEEL SPECIAL FLOATING.
Exercise like a War God: 9 KM (5.59 miles) march. Decent weather for January Canada land.
NO SNOW. YEAH.
Read a fascinating book: Read 20 pages of The Art of the Start: The Time-Tested, Battle-Hardened
Guide for Anyone Starting Anything By Guy Kawasaki. (Progress: 100/120 pages Hard cover page
count: 226 pages)
Notes on public speaking:
• Cut the sales propaganda, give people information
• Tell stories
• Self deprecate (candor)
• Don’t denigrate the competition
• Practice
• Use top 10 list format
• Entertain, don’t just inform
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• Tell the truth
• Make casual conversation
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 1 hour (Total accumulated time starting at Dec 01
2011: 23.45 hours)
t/À¸ ö´” (ego ta push pie yo) = Do you want to ride this (LOL)
HUX8” (anh young ha say yo) = HELLO
Okay - so this learning session was pretty lax, I watched a bunch of Korean videos on Youtube and
masquerade it as ”learning”.
I stumbled on this video, an inside look at Korean’s school system - and why Korea has the
highest rate of suicide (Yes, even higher then Japan. Korean ranks 2nd in the world while Japan
lags behind in 6th place)
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List of countries by suicide rate
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5GvkcjszLk
Word of the day: profligacy PROF-li-guh-see \ , noun; Reckless extravagance. Example: the
profligacy of the riches, towel made of $100 bills
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 18/25).
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Watched Scale of Solar System, 10 minutes. My
mind is blown! I’ll never look at the sky the same ever again, like how you catch your parents having
sex for the first time.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Holy shit. I did it - I created 17 pages over the span of 2 days. 17 product HIGH QUAL-
ITY review pages and hooked it up with an SEO program that automatically build backlinks to it.
My right wrist actually hurts from the excessive clickings.
My 1 website per week strategy is flawed, because I can’t create an authority website with
good value within 7 days (unless I hire writers) However, I can create a decent mini-authority every
2 weeks. At the rate of 3 pages per day, that’s 42 pages, then on to the next site.
Starting Monday (Jan 09 2012), I’m starting a video marketing project in conjunction with
the websites, pretty excited for that.
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Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Do nothing which is of no use. Miyamoto Musashi
When I read that quote 5 years ago, I thought it’s blatantly obvious. ”No shit, it’s common
sense!”
But now I realize Miyamoto Musashi intuitively understand that life is short.
Difference between intellectual understanding and intuitive understanding:
Intellectual understanding: ”Yeah, I get it - life is short. Anyways, I’ll be back, I’m going to
spend the next 5 hours playing video games and surf the Internet. Maybe I’ll go exercise tomorrow -
maybe ...”
Intuitive understanding: ”Life is a speeding train towards death. Am I going to be video
games? HELL NO. Cut the bullshit, time to do what truely matters - starting now.”
Once I got that ”aha” moment, I stopped drinking alcohol excessively, Internet surfing or
video games. There was no ”5 step” program. Last time I played video games was probably 1 1/2
months ago.
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I’m slightly nervous about this making a million dollars online thing - what if it doesn’t hap-
pen? OH GOD, I WOULD HAVE TO WORK AT MCDONALDS! I have been self employed for 4
years, I don’t want a job.
If I fail to achieve the $10,000 USD per month mark by the end of Dec 31, 2012, I’m going
to work at Mcdonalds, just to embarass myself. (I even told a friend this!)
(However, I’m still striving to hit $10,000 USD per month by March 31 2012. It’s difficult
with SEO, since it’s a slow and arduous game but I’ll try my best)
Ubermensch Day #80: Psychology On Hating (2012-01-09 10:50)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 313 minutes). I feel a
sense of peace and calm. I hear meditation actually produce tangible benefits, like lowered blood
pressure. I have to research this - but then again, meditation isn’t about ”getting” something. It’s
about figuring the meaning of life and death.
Exercise like a War God: The gym is packed today. Like every new year, hordes of people
got fat over the holidays, so ”now” is the time to hit the gym.
”THIS YEAR IS THE YEAR!” they chant, as they vow to get fit, only to quit 3 weeks in.
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It’s understandable that people are busy - jobs, school, relationships, dildo practice classes
etc but when people promise themselves to hit the gym and quit, it’s nothing but excuses.
Excuses like ”I don’t have the time” when they sit at home watching American Idol.
Excuses like ”I don’t have money” when jogging outside is free.
The most honest excuse is ”It’s too much effort”. Hey - at least the person’s is candid.
Today marks my 14th month going to the gym. Including rest days, the habit is 425 days
long. Now that it’s established, there’s no doubt in my mind I’ll be going to the gym 4 times a week
for the rest of my life.
Read a fascinating book: Read 20 pages of The Art of the Start: The Time-Tested, Battle-
Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything By Guy Kawasaki. (Progress: 120/120 pages Hard
cover page count: 226 pages)
It was a quick reading, interesting book that cuts through the bullshit from someone who’s
”been there, done that”. I’m glad the author isn’t one of those professors who has 3 Ph.Ds on
creating a company but someone who actually done it.
Notes from the book:
Mensch is a yiddish term for a person who is ethical, decent and admirable. It’s one of the
highest form of praise. [I’M BECOMING THE UBER MENSCH!]
The foundation of mensch-ness is helping alot of people, doing what’s right, and paying back
to society.
Do what’s ethically right, not ”it saves money so I’ll cheat a bit” or ”I can get away with it,
so why not?”
Pay back to society in terms of time or money
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I read another short ebook (66 pages) in 1 sitting, it’s called ”Faith Finish Line” by Jimmy
D Brown. He makes 7 figures every year selling his ebooks on the Internet. The book is at
http://www.iraize.com, it cost $3, and 50 percent of the money goes to a charity for orphans in
Mexico.
Notes from the book:
Progressive - start slow, and work your way up
Limited - minimalize the steps, preferable 3 to 5 steps to achieve the goal
Applicable - tailor it to your strength; maxmize strength, improve weakness or delegate it
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Narrow - Just focus on the next step
Specific - Lose 10 pounds, not ”lose weight”
Executeable - can it be achieved? (Have others done this before?)
Timely - Assign time to goal
Understand the requirements
Step #3: Train yourself to acquire the skillset
Step #4: TOIL. Work hard. There’s no other way around this
Step #4 subpoint #1: prioritize the important task
Step #4 subpoint #2: Put it in your schedule
Step #4 subpoint #3: dedication (”Nigga, nothing ain’t stopin’ meh”)
Step #4 subpoint #4: motivation - remember WHY you’re doing this goal
4 Stages of learning:
Stage #1: model - read books, observe what others are doing
Stage #2: mentor - a step up from reading books
Stage #3: mastermind - ”master mind” groups
Stage #4: Multitude - hire, delegate. No man is his own island
Facing failure:
Step #1: Survey and tweak the problem. Failure isn’t a big deal; failing to fix it is.
Step #2: Learn from the mistake (and don’t repeat it)
Step #3: Stick to the plan
Celebrating achievement
#1: Relish. Sit back and enjoy it for a day or two.
#2: Reflect - think back where you started and how you got to this point
#3: Restart - don’t rest on your laurels; go forth and set bigger goals
FINAL STEP:
Help other people.
#1: Listen to their problems
#2: Courage them
#3: lead / help. Lead by example, lead by helping.
#4: Provide provisions (money, time, book, publicity, networking etc)
Final destination:
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Life isn’t about the ”goal”, it’s about enjoying life - or, having the ideal lifestyle. Live every-
day like its’ your last, have fun and die. Heh.
Learn a foreign language: Busy day and passed out from exhaustion but this shouldn’t be an
excuse to not complete today’s daily foreign language learning
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 19/25).
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: n/a
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Busy day and passed out from exhaustion but this shouldn’t be an excuse to not complete
today’s daily hustle.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
It’s so much easier to hate on somebody (or something) then to do.
Hate is effortless; it’s about expelling hot air from a person’s mouth. (Or in case of Internet
trolls, typing while chortling ... then wheezing because they’re out of breath)
Hate is also therapeutic - it’s fun gossiping about people! Which explains why celebrity gos-
sip magazine and ”scandal news” is so popular.
Archiving big goals requires a strong inner resolve to grind it out - the countless hours doing
boring tasks, the frustrations, the obstacles, going against the herd, fear of the unknown etc ... which
explains why few people on Earth achieve big goals.
When I used to see a Hummer, I thought the driver was a pretentious douchebag - why
would someone need such a big car? THINK OF THE ENVIRONMENT, ASSHOLE!
Thinking back, that’s just a hater’s attitude that sits on jealously and envy, with a thin ve-
neer of ”environmental concerns” LOL!
Nowadays, if I see a person driving a Hummer or Porsche, I think ”Damn, that’s gangster.
Who’s the driver ... is it a black guy? Must be selling lots of drugs. Now that’s gangster. Wait ...
it’s a white dude! He’s probably selling drugs too ... now that’s gangster. No wait! It’s actually
a white man in his 80s ... he probably owns a business - or does white collar crime. Now that’s
gangster!” [Of course, this is written tongue in cheek]
Hating is like fat women hating on skinny women; proletariats hating on the elite ruling class; poor
hating on the rich.
At the end of the day, who gets the last laugh? Hahaha.
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Ubermensch Day #81: 66 Days To Habits (2012-01-11 03:37)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 323 minutes). I meditated
in the kitchen. As the pot of water boiled and steamed, I remind myself not to move until the
meditation session is over; do not let the mind move, be immobilize like a mountain.
Exercise like a War God: Went to the gym ”early” today at 8:30 AM, before the new year
resolution crowd rush in. An Asian girl - Korean I think - was doing vagina stretches in front of the
mirror, as she admires my dead lifting. I did 25 dead lifts, 5 repetitions, 5 sets. Then I did 50 good
mornings, 50 hanging dead lifts, 50 calve raises and call it a day.
Read a fascinating book: Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctua-
tion by Lynne Truss. Progress: 20/110 pages (Physical hardcore page count: 209 pages)
I’m not sure how the book became popular; the first 20 pages is about her lamenting im-
proper grammar usage.
She tries to use ”woman humor” but instead of an uproar laughter from the readers, it’s more
of a ”Eh ... okay. Cool stroy bro.” Her writing is superfluous; instead of being concise, she keeps
yapping (like a bunch of girls gossiping before erupting in collective clackings)
Read another fascinating book #2: Duck Tape SEO by James Hussey. (Progress: 33 / 298
pages). Talks about getting website rank high on Google, yo.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 1 hour (Total accumulated time starting at
Dec 01 2011: 24.45 hours)
Š (sa da) = to buy
ÀW´” (sa soy yo) = (I) bought
$ä (o-da) = to come here
7W´” (wa soy yo) = (I) came here
¸ä (joke da) = to write down
¸È´” (cho go soy yo) = (I)
Xä (ha da) = to do
´” (hiss soy yo) = (I) did
9ä (meok da) = to eat
9È´” (maw got soy yo) = (I) ate
½ä (jap da) = to catch
¡X´” (ja ba soy yo) = (I) caught
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ä (pal da) = to sell
X´” () = (I) sold
ۊ (nol-da) = to play
€X´” (no ra soy yo) = played
0ä¬ (key da ri da) = to wait
0ä8´” (key da yooi soy yo) = waited
¬øˆä (jay me it da) = to be fun
¬øˆÈ´” (jay me ee soy yo) = it was fun
Typing hangul (korean alphabet) faster and faster like a boss.
Word of the day: panacea / pan uh see uh / noun; A remedy for all diseases, problems, or
evils; a universal medicine; a cure-all, example: Jesus is the great panacea for mankind’s delusions
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 20/25).
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Watched Scale of Distance to Closest Stars, 8 min-
utes. So I learned that, if we’re going to travel to the nearest star, Centauri A, (4.2 light years away)
and we’re traveling at 60 km an hour (current rate of the Vouyeurer), it would take 80 thousand
years to get there. ”you will never go to the nearest stars within your life time, sad frog.jpg”
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
I didn’t think I could do it, but I did it: I created 3 high quality products page ... it took 7
hours for research, writing, and graphic design. Total word count: over 3000.
These are not the short, mini product review pages (I did 17 of them 2 days ago) but long,
comprehensive review pages - think of it like a thesis paper.
I definitely know that the pages will pay great dividends once it gets ranking on the first
page of Google, even ought it’s an ultra competitive niche.
SO THIS IS WHAT GRINDING FEELS LIKE. It’s not so bad, I enjoy creative writing.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
How long does it take to develop a habit? What research found:
”It takes an average 66 days to form a new habit, according to new research by Phillippa
Lally and colleagues from the Cancer Research UK Health Behaviour Research Centre based at UCL
Epidemiology and Public Health.”
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Another article goes on to say:
”Although the average was 66 days, there was marked variation in how long habits took to
form, anywhere from 18 days up to 254 days in the habits examined in this study. As you’d imagine,
drinking a daily glass of water became automatic very quickly but doing 50 sit-ups before breakfast
required more dedication (above, dotted lines). The researchers also noted that”
Looking back, it takes me around 20 days to develop habit - no ... an OBESSION.
I’m looking through the archieve, and in the business area, on day #58 I became deadly seri-
ous about scaling the business.
The past 7 days have been an complete obession; this includes sleeping for 5 hours, then im-
mediately waking up and working on the business again; this also includes working on weekends.
If I’m not putting in 84 hours per week (12 x 7), I’m not working hard enough.
Source #1: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/news-articles/0908/09080401
Source #2: http://www.spring.org.uk/2009/09/how-long-to-form-a-habit.php
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Remember the other day I was talking about making product review pages?
On one affiliate network, I got 3 visitors to the merchant ’s (the supplier’s website that sells
stuff) website. Out of 3 clicks, one of them bought the product and I got $10 commission. It’s a
small sample size, but that’s $3 per click. Gangster.
On another affiliate network, I got 13 unique vistors to the merchant, they bought a total of
$136 worth of stuff, I got $13 commission, conversion rate is at 14 percent. That’s close to 1 dollar
per click - not bad for ”free” traffic.
I’m redefining product review pages to a fine art, then make them EN MASS like a gang-
ster.
Things are starting to look good.
Ubermensch Day #82: Seduction Analysis (2012-01-11 23:58)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 333 minutes). I feel so
serene when meditating; I get this slight head rush feeling, as if I’m floating out into space. During
zazen (meditation), a person exist in an empty vacuum, as if nothing in the world matters.
My limbs all seem to melt together, and I’m immobilize like mount Fuji.
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Before I started daily meditating, I thought meditating was special and hard ... now I realize
it’s nothing special at all. Yet, it’s immensely enjoyable.
Exercise like a War God: 3 km (1.8 miles) forced march, went to buy groceries.
Read a fascinating book: Read 53 pages of Duck Tape SEO by James Hussey. (Progress:
86/ 298 pages). How to rank high on Google, yo.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 40 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 23.85 hours)
Review of previous lessons.
̘¸¸µÈä (muna so, puhan gap sum me da) = nice to meet you
All this time, I was one syllable off - muna so, pan GET sum me da - at least the Korean
lady understands me. Going to keep auto self correct my pronunciation until I sound like a native
Korean speaker.
Word of the day: expostulate, verb, To reason earnestly with someone against something
that person intends to do or has done. Example: Exposulate Bob from stealing kid’s lunch monies
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 21/25). It takes almost a month to finish one anime series, heh.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: watched Scale of the Galaxy, 12 minutes. So in our
galaxy, there are 200 to 400 BILLION stars (or solar systems), yet humans have the conceit and
IGNORANCE to assume we’re only intelligent beings in this galaxy. LOL @ people who used to
think we’re the center of the universe.
When George Carlin, a respected comedian, said ”the human species is nothing but apes with
baseball caps and machine guns, we’re barely out of the fucking jungle”, he wasn’t kidding.
Studying the galaxy does give me an immense appreciation of life. I could imagine some-
where, in some part of the Milky Way Galaxy, some humanoid form is drilling balls deep in his lover
while muttering ”YEAAAAAAAAAA”
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Wrote 3 indepth product review pages (4000 words total), time elapsed: 4 hours.
Current website has 49 pages but that’s not good enough. I’m looking to create 200+ pages
of content, so I can grab a massive amount of traffic and put the visitors into my mailing list (which
is basically a sales funnel)
I should step up my game and create 5 pages per day, at 600 words per page, which equals
to 3000 words total.
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My day is only half over, going to work until I pass out.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
A couple days ago I saw a cute girl in the gym. I caught myself thinking (verbatim): ”That’s some
pleasing facial aesthetic”.
I momentary gave her attention, something I rarely do at the gym (yeah - I’m talking about
you, attention whores in shorts shorts)
Voice #1 in my head said: ”Why didn’t you approach her and say hi?”
Voice #2 in my head said: ”What’s your ROI (return of investment) for approaching?”
Voice #3 in my head said: ”Are you backwards rationalizing your failure to approach her?”
It took me 30 minutes to think this through, and the final answer is: No, I don’t have the
time or resource to date another girl.
I broke off a relationship with a success business girl (she owned 2 brick and motar stores),
and declined a offee date with another cute girl.
My current girlfriend supports me whole heartedly; she plays an ancillary role as I build a
multi-million dollar company.
Ubermensch Day #83: Masturbating Champion (2012-01-12 23:59)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Everyone masturbates, yet few talk about it - once, I masturbated on the bus like a boss. (It
was dark and I was the only person on the bus. Not as risque as it sounds, huh)
Personally I think masturbating is GREAT. Why? By training your penis to insensitively, you have
sex longer. I banged the girlfriend for 6 hours straight without a condom. (new personal record, yo)
You should be banging the girl until her vagina is sore and she can’t walk. Heh.
Masturbation (reportedly) lower testosterone level but who the fuck cares; your testosterone level
should be sky high by default.
Exercise and eating healthly, raise the T-level. Feel the testosterone course through your vein! Mas-
turbate like a champion and feel the forearm pump!
Don’t use masturbation as a crutch for the lack of sex and you should be okay.
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Spent the majority of the day molesting the girlfriend. Hmmm boobs.
Ubermensch Day #84: Make A Million Dollars Online (2012-01-13 23:59)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 343 minutes). Not
an optimal meditating session, too much intruding thoughts. I should be clearing my mind, and
increasing joriki (concentration), not dispersing.
I have to focus on increasing joriki - or one point mindedness, to further advance in my med-
itation goal.
Exercise like a War God: marched to the gym in hazardous Canada land weather. The land-
scape is an arctic tundra, with ice snow pelting on my face. Interestingly, there’s a correlation
between how cold it is, and how many people show up in the gym.
Today was leg days, as I squat, calve rise and leg curl like a boss.
A common mistake is missing a gym day, and trying to compensate by doubling the exercise
load. Big mistake it only leads to burn out. Instead, just complete the regular exercise routine as
usual (20 miles march principle)
Read a fascinating book: Read 100 pages of Duck Tape SEO by James Hussey. (Progress:
186/ 298 pages). How to rank high on Google, yo.
Notes from the book:
Telepathy: When the visitors land on the page, what are they expecting to read? To under-
stand this the visitor’s intent, look up the New York Times best seller and look at the table of
content. Use Amazon or Google Books.
Use Alexa, Quantcast. Use products.google.com and Amazon.com for customer reviewsm or
yahoo answers, or forums, Google news or Google discussion. Pewinternet.org, internet.bs
Include Gravatar
Link tier structures
- solo ”main keyword, short tail”, 300k monthly searches or more with good CPC
- midtail keywords, 100k to 300k competition or monthly searches
- long tail keywords, supporting posts
SEO ultimate wordpress plugin, recommended
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- Freemind software to organize website
- SEO design blog solutions
Plugins:
- use ping-o-matic, under writing -> ping list
- Plugin to avoid ping abuse (heh)
- Use feedburner
- WP super cache
- WP smush.it
- Google XML sitemap
- Google XML sitemap for videos
- SEO rank reporter
- SEO ultimate* (teh best?)
- WP policies
- Login Lock
- Topsy button (twitter?)
- Tweet old posts
- Statcounter
- Akismet
- Use plugin center to auto download all the plugins
- Genesis theme framework
- Penthesilea theme (?)
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 40 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 24.85 hours)
Grammar session, future tense for ”I will” (verbs)
Written form:
Will do: ` /ä
Won’t do: XÀ JD /ä
Spoken form:
Will do: ` /|
Won’t do: H ` /|
Conjugation rules:
Take ä off the plain form of verbs and then: For verbs whose final character has no final
consonant, attach 9 /ä to them.
Xä ’ ` /ä = will do
/ä ’ ¸ /ä = will go
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$ä ’ , /ä = will come
Ì˜ä ’ Ì/ä = will meet
•|ä ’ •„/ä = will grow
For verbs whose final character has a final consonant, attach D /ä to them.
9ä ’ 9D /ä = will eat
Iä ’ ID /ä = will sit
}ä ’ }D /ä = will read
…ä ’ …D /ä = will wear
¡ä ’ ¡D /ä = will catch
Verbs whose final character has 9 as a final consonant, just attach /ä to them.
_ä ’ _/ä = will push
ä ’ /ä = will fly
´ä ’ ´/ä = will live
Grammar session, future tense for ”won’t” (verbs)
Simply attach À JD /ä to verbs.
E.g.
Xä ’ XÀ JD /ä = won’t do
/ä ’ /À JD /ä = won’t go
$ä ’ $À JD /ä = won’t come
Example sentences
ÑÐ ¸ /|? = Will you go home?
¬|” ` /| = Sarah will swim
ä@iÈ (sheel lay ham knee dah) = excuse me (formal)
ÜÌN” (chum she man yo) = excuse me / yeah, just a second (informal)
ä< (copee) = coffee
ä<ù¤ (coppee mixsu) = Instant coffee mix
ÐPä< (won do copee) = brewed coffee
ä<(copee) Èܸ(ma she go) ö´”(ship pie yo) = coffee, drink, I want (I want to drink coffee)
( (cha) = tea
Word of the day: visid (vis sid) - adjective; Having a glutinous consistency; sticky; adhesive.
Example: viscid chicken sauce!
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 22/25). Interesting anime is interesting, can’t wait to see the final episodes.
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Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: watched Intergalactic Scale, 10 minutes. Wow, my
mind is BLOWN. Holy crap the universe is big, in an incomprehensible way. There is no doubt in
my mind that the universe was created by an intelligent being(s) (Not necessary the Christian God
or the Muslim God)
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
I finally see the light - proper internal link structuring of the website.
At the end of the day, it all boils down to: creating captivating websites that solve people’s
problems [and recommending them some products that ACTUALLY WORKS for affiliate profit]
Working hard as per usual, started work from 3:00 PM to 12:00 AM. (Building websites,
pretty much it)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
When people think ”make money online”, they think ”SCAM”.
They bought a book called ”Get Rich Overnight, make $30, 000 USD by not doing much ...
perhaps push a button?” .
These products are called ”business opportunity” products, and it’s mostly thinly disguised
MLM memberships, or some convoluted money making method that doesn’t work.
While these people whip out their credit cards and max it out, the marketers who are push-
ing these products are banking millions, and retiring in Thailand, banging lady boys.
So these business opportunity seekers (mostly middle aged men in their mid 40s with a fat
wife and 2 kids), grumble and bellow: ”IT’S ALL A GOD DAMN SCAM!” as they shuffle back to
work, selling insurance.
They fail to observe and understand that the Internet is simply a medium for selling thing.
Observe what others are selling, and copy them. [Which requires another long post]
But simply put, the Internet is a great equalizer. Mom and pop stores can compete with
global corporations by selling to a world wide audience (ebay), writers* making millions without a
traditional publisher (Amazon kindle), some guy in his mom’s basement making a ”revolutionary”
website (Facebook)
Now if you excuse me, I have a million dollars to make.
[Source: Amanda Hocking makes millions a year selling her ebooks at $1 a pop on Amazon
kindle store: http://articles.businessinsider.com/2011-02-28/tech/29960359 1 kindle-store-book-
sales-publishing]
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Ubermensch Day #85: March Towards Death (2012-01-14 03:29)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 353 minutes). I think I’m
experiencing initial experience of samadhi or ”one-pointedness”of mind, however it’s hard to ascertain
without the old zen master’s evaluation.
Zazen is about just sitting and being present, dropping all intellectual concepts. According to
wikipedia:
Zazen is considered the heart of Zen Buddhist practice. The aim of zazen is just sitting,
”opening the hand of thought”,[1] that is, suspending all judgmental thinking and letting
words, ideas, images and thoughts pass by without getting involved in them.
Exercise like a War God: n/a [rest day]. Yesterday was leg day, squatting like a boss. Woke up in
the morning exhausted as heck. Ugh.
Read a fascinating book: Read 40 pages of Duck Tape SEO by James Hussey. (Progress:
227/ 298 pages). How to rank high on Google using wordpress, yo.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 25.15 hours)
I learned the optimal way to learn a language - or most activities - is a 1:3 ratio. Example:
for every 15 minutes of learning, I should spent 45 minutes of PRACTICING. That way, everything
is fully ingrained, so I don’t have to go back on the previous lessons. It also makes language learning
less overwhelming and more enjoyable.
y( (lok cha) = green tea
M( (hon cha) = black tea
TTD (co co wha) = chocolate
TTD(co co wha) Èܸ(ma she go) (ship pie yo)= I want to drink some hot chocolate (chocolate,
drink, want)
LÌ (un yo sue) = beverages
\| (cold la) = coke cola
° (ou you) = milk
< (moo uel) = water
l¤ (juice su) = juice
Pö´”Èܸ (mall, ma she go, ship pie yo) = WHAT DO YOU WANT TO DRINK, I’m gonna
kill you.
Word of the day: furtive \FUR-tiv\, adjective, Expressive of stealth; sly; shifty; sneaky. Ex-
ample: futive public molestation (heh)
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Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 23/25). Reaching the finales, it’s interesting.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Hubble Image of Galaxies, 4 minutes. Okay, so the
universe is big, therefore, everything is in abundance.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Looking at the work log, I’m working a solid 6-8 hours per day with NO distraction (forum,
emails, MSN, yada yada).
BUT thats’ not enough. I should be working a solid 12-15 hours per day. Narrow focus +
putting in the hours = massive success.
Basically, the day entails:
Writing content / copywriting work
Writing content for email autoresponder
Keyword search / competition research
SEO ”work” (using automation / outsourcing)
Signing up for affiliate networks to promote stuff (just signed up for 2 today)
Editing (fixing dead links, formatting websites, improving conversion rate)
I’m getting the hang of systemization, and I do mean EVERYTHING in the business can be
systemized.
For example, when writing an article, there’s a template I copy and paste, then simply fill in
the blank.
For designing the website itself, there’s a general layout template where I just paste all the
code in etc.
Or take this journal for example, I have a template where I simply paste and fill in the blanks
Let’s take it a step further: completing a 275 page book in 5 days. Have a template for
chapters, book outline, and using Dragon Naturally Speaking (voice to text dictation software) to
quick write the book.
Also spent 2.5 hours today learning keyword research and SEO competitor analysis, and learned how
to use the keyword tool, market samurai.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Life is a rentless march towards death; every second you’re closer to dying.
It’s easy to intellectually grasp this - but when you intuitively understand it, it’s somewhat
sobering. It’s like the difference between reading about putting your hand on a hot stove, and
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actually doing it.
End goal of meditation is kensho/satori, a Japanese Buddhist term for enlightenment that lit-
erally means ”understanding”.
According to wikipedia:
”Kensho (Japanese) is a term used in Zen traditions meaning ”seeing into one’s true
nature.” Ken means ”seeing,” sho means ”nature,” ”essence.”[1] Satori and kensho are com-
monly translated as enlightenment, a word that is also used to translate bodhi, prajna
and buddhahood.”
Ubermensch Day #86: Omega Male Encounter (SUNDAY)
(2012-01-15 04:35)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 363 minutes). Zen has
taught me more patience; in zazen (meditation) there is no beginning, middle or end. You sit just to
sit. Now I know why zen monks seem to be content with very little - they know something I don’t
know: perhaps life is one big zazen session?
Exercise like a War God: n/a [rest day, sunday]
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 pages of Duck Tape SEO by James Hussey. (Progress:
252/ 298 pages). How to rank high on Google using wordpress, yo.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 25.45 hours)
Reviewing hangul for 30 minutes, the website that I usually use to type hangul is currently
down, too lazy to install Hangul keyboard right now, so, I’ll just repeat the words.
Word of the day: sanguine - sang-gwin - adjective, cheerfully optimistic, hopeful, or confiden.
Example: A saguine middle age MLMer.
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of ChiyahaFuru (Progress: 14/24). I hate
waiting for new airing animes to come out cause Chiyahafuru is an amazing anime.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Big Bang Introduction, 10 minutes. Interesting the-
ory is interesting.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Been working HARD all weekend.
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One thing I have implemented is Parkinson Law (Work expands to fill the time available for
its completion.), I give myself a REALLY short time limit.
For example, it takes me 5 minutes or less to make a brand new website. It goes something
like this:
1. Pick a domain name (60 seconds)
2. Register it - express checkout - link it to web hosting
3. Install wordpress, thesis theme, and wordpress plugins via FTP
4. Make banner for website (3 minutes)
5. TADA - THE WEBSITE IS LIVE.
I have been systemizing every single part of the business. Creating a banner? I have a tem-
plate ready that, it’s simply plug in and go. Writing an article? I have a template for that also, it’s
basically ”fill in the blanks” and I’m done.
Writing a sales letter? I have a skeleton template for that also. What used to take 3 to 6
hours now take 1 hour, because there’s no much to ”think” through - fill in the blanks, and go.
In short: systemization + Parkinson Law = massive surge in productivity.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Today I saw an omega male who was afraid to sit beside a mildly attractive female. It was
the only seat left, and he was standing on the walking isle (that’s unusual and awkward in a coach
bus)
He spent 2 minutes contemplating, then hesitantly placed his backpack on the seat beside
her. Did he sit? No, he elected to stand, with his hands in his pockets.
”You should sit down” I said.
Replies I was expecting: ”Oh yeah ...” or ”No, I’m good. The air is fresh up here” .
Instead, he defensively replied: ”YOU GOT A PROBLEM WITH ME STANDING? You see,
I like standing up!”
At this point, everyone on the bus thinks he’s a weirdo.
Without missing a beat, I said: ”That’s good for you”
After 20 minutes of standing, he musters the courage to sit down beside her.
Maybe he really does like standing up - that’s a possibility. Or maybe his cat died and he’s
stressing.
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Talking to unpleasant omega males is mentally nauseating.
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In retrospect, I forgot to apply functional authority on him. I should have said: ”The way
you replied makes you seem defensive. Now everyone on the bus thinks you’re a weirdo”.
I will remember to do this next time. However, the wisest choice is to mind my own busi-
ness, and let him stand.
Ubermensch Day #87: Test Of Will Power (2012-01-16 06:09)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 373 minutes). A common
novice mistake is trying to eradicate all thoughts during meditation. That’s not how meditation
work.
Zazen (Japanese word for meditation) is about being non-attach to those thoughts, so they
come and go. It’s also about hearing a sound, and just hearing it - without adding judgements to it.
Exercise like a War God: Went to the gym in surprisingly warm Canada land weather.
I went at 1:30 PM - New Year Resolution crowd are at full force; clueless beginners lifting
with poor form; fat chicks using vagina stretching machines languishly; anorexic Asians who insist
on wearing wife beaters and gloves.
When does the New Year Resolution crowd dissipate? About another week.
It’s great that people chose to exercise at the gym but why wait for New Year? BECAUSE
EVERYONE IS DOING IT?!
There’s no doubt in my mind that being average will result in FAILURE - much like the re-
cent surge of kids going to college and not finding employment after graduation.
Remember what Jay-z said: ”I’m no ordinary nigga, look around you, and see what ordinary
getcha”
He’s worth 500 millions in net worth - his quote has some weight.
Read a fascinating book: Read 46 pages of Duck Tape SEO by James Hussey. (Progress:
298/ 298 pages). How to rank high on Google using wordpress, yo.
Notes from the book:
After posting:
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webseoanalyetics
Websiteauditor by SEO powersuite
SEO doctor; firefox plugin
Search status tool FF plugin
Clickbump SEO
Use:
1. Ping the website
2. Pubshububbub pluglin
3. Feed burner
4. Ping.fm + hootsuite
5. Use Tweroid
6. Use Commentluv footprints and post comments (Keyword + commmentluv enabled)
7. Use google alerts for lastest news and blog about it
8. Myblogguest.com for guest blogging
7. Use soloseo/tools/linksearch.html
8. Spy on your competitor’s links using Market Samuari or SEOspyglass and reverse engineer it
9. Wordtracker winbinar (listen to them)
10. Read ericward.com/bestpractices
11. Link buiding secrets revealed, Polepositionmarketing.com
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 1575 minutes)
Hangul (korean alphabet) reviews
D = ah
/ = ka
˜ = na
È = ma
° = uh
l = ku
= nu
4 = mu
$ = oh
¸ = ko
x = no
¨ = mo
ä = ta
P = too
Ä = tow
t = e
= pe
ø = me
0 = ki
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È = knee
Word of the day: perspicacious / adjective / pur-spi-KEY-shuhs / Having keen mental per-
ception and understanding; discerning. Example: A perspicacious black man.
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 24/25). Exciting anime is exciting, what’s happening next?! Can’t wait to see it
tomorrow.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Watched Radius of Observable Universe, 13 min-
utes. Mind is blown, apparently the ”observable” universe is 13.7 billion years old. How did scientist
figured that out? Is the hypothesis even remotely accurate?
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Made a sales video and put up a new website with new domain name under 1 hour. Yes for
Parkinson Law.
18 clicks, zero conversions for $5 lead CPA. If it doesn’t get any signups after 100 unique
clicks, I’m switching to a different offer.
Also made 1 video today for Youtube marketing, process is slow because I’m just getting the
hang of it. Need to make videos at a neck break pace, goal is 100 videos up and running on Youtube.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
I see daily blogging as a test of will power and discipline; not only am I learning self improv-
ing every day ... I have to write it down, accessing myself in a brutally honest matter.
And finally, because Project Ubermensch is something I wished I READ as a teenager.
If I stumbled across Project Ubermensch as a 16 years old, I can’t imagine the limitless po-
tential I would achieve because of the head start. (If you’re 16 and reading this, great!)
In 10 short months (Oct 21, 2012) marks the #365th day of Project Ubermensch - and the
end of this blog.
I will discontinue writing on this blog, as I disappear back underground (You’re talking to a
person who distain Facebook) and continue my multi-million dollar business plan.
Ubermensch Day #88: Learning Ratio (2012-01-17 04:31)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 383 minutes). Meditating
on the bed is not an ideal place; the floor is much better - a more stable grounding that leads to a
more stable mind.
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Exercise like a War God: Marched to the gym at 1:30 PM in foggy weather, the gym is
packed, like a human zoo of some sort.
I need to change my sleeping schedule so I can go to the gym at 7:30 AM, where it’s less
pack and less waiting time for the equipment.
My current routine is a modified version of 5/3/1:
Day 1
Overhead Press - 5 sets of 5 reps or 5/3/1
Dips - 5 sets of 15 reps
Chin-ups - 5 sets of 10 reps
Crunches - 3 sets of 20 reps
Day 2
Deadlift - 5 sets of 5 reps or 5/3/1
Good Morning - 5 sets of 12 reps
Hanging Leg Raise - 5 sets of 15 reps
Cable chest cross overs - 5 sets of 10 reps
Day 3
Bench Press - 5 sets of 5 reps or 5/3/1
Dumbbell Bench Press - 5 sets of 15 reps
Dumbbell Row - 5 sets of 10 reps
Crunches - 3 sets of 20 reps
Day 4
Squat - 5 sets of 5 reps or 5/3/1
Leg Press - 5 sets of 15 reps
Leg Curl - 5 sets of 10 reps
Calve Rises - 5 sets of 10 reps
Hanging Leg Raise - 5 sets of 10 reps
Cable chest cross overs - 5 sets of 10 reps
Pretty happy with this, undo T-REX mode by working upper body 3 times a week when Dec
2012 rolls around, I should have a pretty aesthetic body (ideal body is Tyler Durden from Fight
Club, played by Brad Pit)
Read a fascinating book: Read 20 ”pages” of Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Ap-
proach to Punctuation by Lynne Truss. Progress: 40/110 pages (Physical hard cover page count:
209 pages)
The British lady humor is dry, and I could learn all the grammar rules in a single fact sheet.
Yet I feel compell to finish reading this book, based on principles.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
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at Dec 01 2011: 1605 minutes)
Reviewing the Hangul (korean alpha) and learning how to touch type it. I’m typing faster
like a boss.
` (eh)
{ (kay)
{ (neh)
(teh)
ä (meh)
¬ (sa)
Ü (she)
(sue)
Π(so)
È (say)
@ (bah)
D (B)
€ (Boo)
) (Beh)
) (Bow)
Word of the day: enervate (adjective or verb) to deprive of force or strength; destroy the
vigor of; weaken. Example: enervate people through hunger
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 25/26) Exciting episode was exciting - it seems to be the finale. What’s the final episode
gonna be like? Hm.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Red shift, 10 minutes. Learning about electromag-
netic spectrum. Okay.jpg
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
YOUTUBE MARKETING PROJECT.
I created and uploaded 5 video, each video is 5 minutes long.
This is a pet project, I’m doing it because it’s fun. Goal is to make and upload 100 videos,
then sit back and wait - is it a profitable campaign? If yes, I’lll continue to upload more videos and
expand the system. If not, I’ll simply work on other projects.
Right now the work load is 4 simple things: create websites, make videos, research promotes
to promote and add emails into the autoresponder, so I can spam - er, educate - people.
Also, implementing what I learn from DuckTapeSEO to create 1 website per week - that’s
where the real money is at.
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Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
You maybe ”learning” a skill the wrong way without knowing it.
I’m talking about ”learning to practice” ratio. For example, for every 1 hour you learn a new
material, you should practice said material for 1 hour.
Most people get it wrong by having the wrong ratio, something like 5:1 or 10:1. The optimal
ratio would be 1:25.
WHY? Because information is the road map, and the action is the car that gets towards the
goal.
(Now I know why some people who learn for YEARS and get nowhere)
My new formulated plan for getting things done quickly:
1:25 ratio principle + systemization + Parkinson Law = massive surge in productivity.
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[The only exception to this rule are subjects that aren’t really actionable, like history or ab-
stract arts study]
Ubermensch Day #89: INTJ Decoded (2012-01-18 04:39)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 393 minutes). Today
marks the 51th days of my meditation habit - something I THOUGHT I wouldn’t be able to do. On
January 31 2012, I’ll up the meditation to 15 minutes.
Exercise like a War God: n/a [rest day]
Read a fascinating book: Last night I spen 2-3 hours reading contents from seodesignsolu-
tions, and will continue reading the invaluable SEO articles on the page. I’m a SEO student, and
seodesignsolutions is the lecture room.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 1635 minutes). Reviewed previous Korean lessons, including words for drinks, and
casual conversation phrases.
Word of the day: persnickety / adj / per-SNIK-i-tee / Snobbish or having the aloof attitude
of a snob, example: persnickety SWPL
Watch something inspiration: Watched 1 episode of Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha
(progress: 26/26) Last episode is pretty funny. Awesome anime is awesome.
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Watch 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Cosmic Background Radiation, 11 minutes. When
I’m look at a star, I’m looking into the past, because it took 1 billion light years for the light to
travel to earth. Mind = blown. The more I study the universe, the more I’m inclined to think the
universe was created by an intelligent being (but not necessary by the Christian God)
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Made and upload 5 videos, edit a couple emails, re-structuring my websites for best SEO
practice, sent an email to my list of 1000 subscribers, edit a couple links.
I’m also formulating a coherent business schedule to run the operation day to day.
For example, everyday I should be:
1) Activities that attracts new visitors (eg: article writing to add to page or making a video)
2) Activities that makes money (eg: sending emails to my subscribers to buy this, or writing
a presell page to SEO)
3) Activities that maintenance / upkeep (eg: I pretty sure I lost between $40 to $400 be-
cause I failed to changed my affiliate link for a particular offer ... now I changed it today but I’m 45
days late)
4) Activities that improve - improving existing system, or researching new things to promote
I should also have a spreadsheet that tracks every product I’m promoting, and various other
business matrix.
I still have alot of things to learn.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
As an INTJ, we inspect and analyze things; that’s our cognitive function. INTJs are INTPs
are ”smarter” compared to other MBTI types; the downside: we easily offend people who are
”feelings” types.
Why INTJs come off as being cold and distance: we value efficiency and high standards.
When I see a fat guy, it’s not contempt for him as a person; but rather, judgement for his lack of
discipline for eating shitty food, lack of exercise, and not caring for his health.
”Why do you care about other people’s businesses, Ubermensch?”
Fact: I don’t. When I see a fat guy, it’s not ”caring” but factual judgement, much like ”it’s
raining” or ”The birds are chirping outside”.
When I spot flaws in people, I also learn WHAT NOT TO DO. I use them as a shortcut for
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better efficiency or striving for a higher standard.
The more you know.
Ubermensch Day #90: PROJECT UBERMENSCH 90 DAYS!
(2012-01-19 06:35)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 403 minutes) Time seems
to be blazing by fast - or I’m just more patience. I’m ready for 15 minutes zazen sessions
Exercise like a War God: Marched to the gym in relatively cold weather, did chest day like a
boss. Two days ago I vowed to head to the gym earlier - and I did. Slept for 4 hours, went to the
gym at 8:00, then I came home and passed out.
Read a fascinating book: reading contents from seodesignsolutions blog, it has better SEO
content then the previous SEO book I read. I’m going be an SEO gangster.
Learn a foreign language: n/a [first time I skipped in 60 days, I just want to get working on
the biz]
Word of the day: Shiv / noun / A knife, especially a switchblade, example: a pointy shiv
Watch something inspiration: watched 1 episode of Idolmaster (Progress: 24/25) Idolmaster
is a sad and melodramatic anime that makes me shed manly tears.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Cosmic Background Radiation 2, 10 minutes. The
universe is so big, when we look at stars we’re looking into the past. Interdasting
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
BUILDING WEBSITES AT A BREAK NECK PACE.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
I’ve been running Project Ubermensch for 3 months nows. The number 3 months is special -
that’s the usual duration for bootcamp, when a civilian turns into a disciplined soldier.
Proejct Ubermensch is mentally tough; I would be lying if I said it’s a breeze.
Working from morning to night, including weekends is the norm; I’m also investing a couple
hundred dollars per month and HUNDREDS of man hours working on the Internet biz (with no
guarantee of monetary returns); walking to the gym when it’s cold as fuck is not fun.
The way I see it, if I want to achieve greatness, I have to pay the price. There’s absolutely
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not shortcut to it.
”Do what others won’t do today, so you can live how others can’t tomorrow”.
When I accomplish what I set out on my vision board, I know damn well I can accomplish
anything in life.
Whenever I feel tired, un-motivated or nervous, I remember that I’m ethically obliged to fin-
ish Project Ubermensch - for my family, my girlfriend, the blog readers, even society at large (I’ll
create jobs for people)
Secondly, I remember that we’re all racing towards death; I want to die knowing I lived a
cool as fuck life.
Get beyond love and grief: exist for the good of Man. Miyamoto Musashi, Book of Five
Rings.
Ubermensch Day #91: Smart Phones and Productivity (2012-01-20 03:51)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 413 minutes). When the
Buddha said, ”We’re all one” does he mean that we’re all atoms, created from the big bang? And
seperation - in an atomical level - is an illusion? Mind is blown.
Exercise like a War God: n/a [rest day]. Since Jan 01, I had 3 weeks of heavy lifting. I
woke up in the morning feeling like shit. There’s something called ”light lifting week” and I thought
it was for weaklings for the most part; now I know why it’s important.
Further more, I’m going to switch from a 4 day split into a 3 day split. The reasons are two
folds: 48 hours between workout is good for muscle recovery and building; it’s cold as fuck here in
Canada land, with temperature dropping below -25 Celsius (-13 Fahrenheit) on cold days.
Current routine: 3 days split, modified Wendell 5/3/1
Day 1
Overhead Press - 5 sets of 5 reps or 5/3/1
Dips - 5 sets of 15 reps
Chin-ups - 5 sets of 10 reps
Abs pull down - 4 sets of 10 reps
Day 2
Deadlift - 5 sets of 5 reps or 5/3/1
Good Morning - 5 sets of 12 reps
Hanging Leg Raise - 5 sets of 15 reps
Cable chest cross overs - 5 sets of 10 reps
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Day 3
Bench Press - 5 sets of 5 reps or 5/3/1
Dumbbell Bench Press - 5 sets of 15 reps
Dumbbell Row - 5 sets of 10 reps
Squat - 5 sets of 5 reps or 5/3/1
Calve Rises - 5 sets of 10 reps
Abs pull down - 4 sets of 10 reps
Read a fascinating book: Read 20 ”pages” of Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Ap-
proach to Punctuation by Lynne Truss. Progress: 60/110 pages (Physical hard cover page count:
209 pages). It took her 40 pages but the author finally explains some grammar rules.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 1665 minutes). Review of previous lessons, ”drink names”
ä < (cop pee) = coffee
ä< ù¤ (cop pee mixsu) = instant mix cofee
ÐPä< (won do cop pee) = brewed coffee
t< Èܸ ö´” (cop pee, ma she go, ship pie yo) = I wanna drink coffee
( (cha) = tea
y( (lok cha) = green tea
M( (hon cha) = black tea
y( Èܸ ö´” (lok cha, ma she go, shipe pie yo) = I wanna drink green tea
Word of the day: aplomb \uh-PLOM, noun \ Assurance of manner or of action; self-possession;
confidence; coolness. Example: Her aplomb as a professional street walker
Watch something inspiration: watched 1 episode of Idolmaster (Progress: 25/25) It took al-
most 3 months (I started watching on Nov 03 2011) but I did it - I finished watching Idolmaster!
Great anime.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Cosmological Time Scale 1, 7 minutes. Interdast-
ing, Khan gives a scaled down example of how old the universe is.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
The hardest part about building an online business is formulating an effective day to day
plan. It feels like I’m doing 99 things at a time, lacking focus.
I read books from productivity ”gurus” and try to devise an effective plan - but it’s too com-
plicated! Then it hit me:
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. Leonardo da Vinci
Here’s my simple business schedule:
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Monday to Friday: build websites
Saturday: email marketing management
Sunday: upkeep websites / small tasks / research
The real money is in building websites and getting it rank high on Google, therefore the bulk
of the time is doing that.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
A smart phone is a minimalist’s dream, because it’s a singular device that replaces SO MANY
devices.
My god tier Samsung Galaxy S2 replaces:
GPS
PDA (personal digital assistant - remember the old school Palm Pilot?)
Alarm clock
MP3 player
Digital Camera
Portable DVD player
Ebook reader (Yeah)
Netbook computer
Pen and paper notebook
If it wasn’t for my online business, I wouldn’t even need a laptop. I’ll just walk around with
my smart phone all day, checking the Internet and watching streaming anime.
Ubermensch Day #92: Positivity Habit (Saturday) (2012-01-21 06:04)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 423 minutes) I raged a
bit before meditating. I’m feeling this head rush / floating senstation ... a natural high of some sort
- is this why monks are so happy? Whenever thoughts start to creep in, I tell myself meditation isn’t
about thinking time, it’s about dropping all conceptualization and being in the near and now.
Exercise like a War God: n/a [saturday]. I was tempted to hit the gym in the morning but I
remain myself to get bodily rest.
Read a fascinating book: Read 20 ”pages” of Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Ap-
proach to Punctuation by Lynne Truss. Progress: 80/110 pages (Physical hard cover page count: 209
pages). Learning about: colons and semi colons; question marks, exclamation marks and commas! I
also speed read through the book, like a boss.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 1695 minutes)
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\ ¸8” (chocolate jew say yo) = give me chocolate
ä< ¸8” (cop pee jew say yo) = give me coffee
È ¸8” (twoun jew say yo) = GIMME MONEY
Ûˆ´” (ma she soy yo) = delicious
¬Õ Ûˆ´” (sa tongue, may she soy yo) = candies are delicious
ÛÆ´” (ma dap soy yo) = not delicious
…t ÛÆ´” (pon knee ma dap soy yo) = paper is not delicious
˜9¸•È˜ (tai mok get sum me da) = thanks for the meal (before the meal)
Word of the day: masticate / verb / To grind or crush with or as if with the teeth in prepa-
ration for swallowing and digestion; to chew; as, ”to masticate food.”. Example: old people with no
teeth masticating.
Watch something inspiration: watched Darker than Black: Kuro no Keiyakusha Gaiden (progress:
4/4). An end to the OVA, like a gangster. Good ending, one of the best best anime I watched,
probably in the top 7.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Cosmological Time Scale 2, 6 minutes long. So if
we compare human life to the universe’s age (which is still an educated guess), it’s like a shooting
star. Food for thought.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Email marketing Saturday, created 30 emails that is sequenced to send out for 60 days. 15
emails promoting a $70 commission product, another 15 emails promoting another $27 prouduct.
The emails are ”education + promotion” type of hyrid, so email readers derive some knowl-
edge from the emails.
(Too many emails that sound like infomericals get un-subscribed fast, obviously)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Nothing comes good from being negative, therefore I’ll only think NEUTRAL or positive.
”That person is fat and is resting on the exercise for the past 30 minutes. Laziness.” is re-
framed into ”That person just ran 2 miles for the first time in her life, and now she’s taking a well
deserved 30 minutes break”.
”That looks like a creepy fat guy and he smells bad” is reframed into ”He’s a genius scientist
who’s figuring out the cure for cancer, so he doesn’t have the time to bath”
”That prostitute is a literal crackhead uh....” is reframed into ”She’s trying to experience spir-
itual enlightenment through substance usage. Okay.”
[ONE CAVEAT: while being positive is good, striving and being ambitious should never fall
into leeway. Not being content is a good thing]
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Ubermensch Day #93: Ambition Discontent (Sunday) (2012-01-22 04:32)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 433 minutes) Meditation
effaces the ego; interestingly enough, this boosts confidence. Not the ”I’m better then you” confidence
but the ”I’m merely a shell, so I’m doing this no matter how scary” confidence. It’s not secret that
fearless samurais use meditation as a psychological training.
Exercise like a War God: n/a, rest day [can’t wait to hit the gym tommorow!]. I’m either
over training, or hyer-extending my waking hours, thus causing fatigue. Either way, excited to hit
the gym tomorrow like a boss.
Read a fascinating book: Read 15 ”pages” of Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Ap-
proach to Punctuation by Lynne Truss. Progress: 95/110 pages (Total hard-cover book count: 209
pages). Learning about eclipses, quotations, brackets and dashes. Fun!
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 1725 minutes)
Learning the kinship vocabulary.
˜ (nu na) = older sister (you’re a guy and addressing older female)
$` (oppa) = older brother (you’re a female addressing an older male)
¸È (eon ni) = older sister (you’re a female addressing an older female)
ÙÝ (toun sang) = younger brother or sister (you’re addressing younger people)
ÙÝ (yah toun sang) = younger sister
T ÙÝ (nam toun sang) = younger brother
Word of the day: archipelago / noun / a large group or chain of islands. Example: an archipelago of
poon tangs
Watch something inspiration: watched 1 episode of Chiyahafuru (progress: 15/26). Chihaya-
furu is like Iroha Hanasaku, both high quality anime. Hnnnnngh Chihaya!
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Four fundamental forces, 10 minutes. Learning
about gravity, weak interaction, electromagnetic force and strong force. Interdasting.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Made $5 off the Youtube Marketing project! Someone filled out a form, and I made $5.
(This is also known as lead generation)
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Making money off Youtube is nothing new, I made $6000 USD off youtube before. We can
see it simply as a marketing medium. Bad news - my youtube account got banned from copyright
infringement, cough.
So current goal is to help millions of people by providing valuable, original youtube videos ...
and monetize the traffic.
If I want to make $1,000,000.00 USD off youtube, I would have to help 200,000 people (each
person makes me $5)
Projects right now is making websites to get it rank on Google, and Youtube Marketing ... I
should see a downpour of money if one of my video goes viral (like what it did in the past)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
A person’s success in life depends on his contentness level.
If a man likes the simple life of driving a taxi all day, that’s great. However the problem
arise when people AREN’T happy with their lives.
”The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation” Henry David Thoreau
A common example would be a middle age man stuck with a fat wife and 2 kids, working at
some job he DREADS going to every morning. But he’s chained to the life, because he has
obligations - wife, kids, mortgage payment etc.
How about college students who go to school en mass but dread not finding employment af-
ter graduation?
An uncommon example would be a hikkimori or NEET. Apparently he does nothing all day
but wake up, and play on the computer from morning to midnight, for years on end.
It’s not ad verbatim but I remember the person saying: ”It’s fun for the first year because
I’m a solitary person. But after that, everyday feels like a nightmare that I can’t wake up from, and
I don’t know how to escape this.”
My motivation and ambition is at an all time high, because I KNOW living the life style I
envision is attainable.
More on this later.
Ubermensch Day #94: Ambition Discontent II (2012-01-23 04:25)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 443 minutes) - meditation
teaches giving up. There’s no where to go but to sit and be in the here and now. 8 more days until I
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increase my zazen session to 15 minutes per day.
Exercise like a War God: Didn’t sleep all night; no problem - marched to the gym at 8:00
PM. It’s cold and raining here in Canada land. Did overhead pess and weighted pull down ... the
hardest part is doing 50 pull ups with proper form. Concentrate really hard on my form - get the
concentric and eccentric part right. Marched back home in the rain, like a soldier.
Read a fascinating book: Finished reading ”Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Ap-
proach to Punctuation” by Lynne Truss. Progress: 110/110 pages (Total hard-cover book count: 209
pages).
This book is like listening to your grandpa: ”Did you know that, ah ... back in .... 1935 ...
we didn’t have tiolet paper so ... ah - what was I saying again?”
Lynne Trus is an old grandma who’s vehemently adamant against modern grammar. Overall,
reading her book was like pulling teeth: boring, slow, painful.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 1755 minutes)
Instead of going through the motions, I use deliberate practice. I verbally repeat each hangul
25-30 times. I visually imagine the hangul in my mind, and mentally associate the hangul with a
story. Example: I imagine D to be a falling egg, and the egg is making an ”ah” sound. Therefore D
= ah.
Hangul review:
D = ah
/ = ka
˜ = nah
= nu
l = ku
° = ou
$ = oh
¸ = go
x = no
Word of the day: countenance, noun, appearance, especially the look or expression of the
face: example, a unpleasant countenace
Watch something inspiration: watched 1 episode of Queen’s Blade 2011 (Progress: 2/2). Ec-
chi for the win? I could imagine somewhere in Japan, an obese Otaku is fapping while watching
Queen’s Blade.
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Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Birth of stars, 8 minutes. How stars made made?
Derp. We’re made from star particles. Mind is blown.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Build a brand new website with custom domain, banner and site template
Add existing autoresponder sequence into website, promoting two products, $80 and $27.
Made and upload 10 videos on youtube to drive traffic to said website
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Taking a leap of faith is required to achieve greatness.
Example: the inventors of the Internet, airplanes and cellphones took a leap of faith to dream and
implement these inventions.
A mundane example: people going to the gym. They had to ”believe” in themselves and hit
the gym to obtain that acesthetic body or athletic prowess.
HOWEVER, HERE’S THE PROBLEM: they stopped believing in themselves at the 21 days
mark (average time it takes for a New Year Resolution gym goer to drop the goal) because they’re
not seeing results fast enough.
It’s really common - you see it all the time, people with burst of motivations and bravado,
only to run out of steam.
Which brings me to another point: every man (and woman) is destined for greatness, if they
put in the extraordinary time and effort. Success in life is nothing more then a sustained mental
game.
There’s absolutely no doubt in my mind that I’ll be owning a company with multi-million
dollars yearly profits because I have the extraordinary work ethic and mindset to back it up.
Ubermensch Day #95: 86,400 (2012-01-24 08:49)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 453 minutes). Every.
Single. Day. Like a boss.
Exercise like a War God: n/a, rest day. [Monday - Wednesday - Friday are gym sessions]
Read a fascinating book: Read 20 pages of ”The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden Di-
mensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory” by Brian Greene. (Progress: 20/313 pages on
e-reader. Total hard-cover book count: 464 pages). The book is about string theory. ST is a theory
that explains about everything in the universe.
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Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 1785 minutes)
Watched Korean drama (heh) and learned basic phrases. I’m starting to understand basic
conversational Korean.
)ä (poo ta) = to look (dictionary form)
” (pah yo) = to look (present tense)
9ä (mok ta) = to eat (dictionary form)
µ´” (maw ego yo) = to eat (present tense)
/ä (ka ta) = to go (dictionary form)
/” (ka you) = to go (present tense)
‹ä (joh ta) = to be good, to like (dictionary form)
‹D” (chow while yo) = it’s good, I like it. That sounds good.
Word of the day: educe; verb; To draw forth or bring out. example: educe a confession,
Priest!
Watch something inspiration: watched 1 episode of Chihayafuru (Progress: 16/26). Chihaya,
you so cool.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Becoming a red giant, 10 minutes. How stars be-
come red giant. All stars are initially made of hydrogen. We’re made from stars. We’re all orginally
hydrogen. Mind is blown.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Revamp 2 websites, produce and upload 4 videos on Youtube for traffic. My new website
just hit $25 per month in affiliate sales, and got around 1000 visitors.
Goal for the website is to make it into a $500 per month passive money maker. This should
be possible once the web site gains more traffic, and I actually add an autoresponder sequence into
the mailing list. (working on that right now)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
86, 400. That’s how many seconds we have every day.
How you ever had a day where you felt impending doom, so every second seems really long
and precious? How about - when you had an absolutely amazing day, and every moment felt
precious?
Every second should be treated like that, because you never know when you’re going to die -
getting stabbed in the neck, dying in a car crash, or testicular cancer.
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It’s easy to intellectually understand this but that’s not true understanding. It’s like being a
near death accident survivor - you view life compeltely different.
I remember this whenever I catch myself wasting time doing useless shit.
Ubermensch Day #96: Dark Noises (2012-01-25 04:59)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 463 minutes). Apparently
meditation can effect a person’s brain wave. Zazen induces theta brain wave, which helps with
relaxation. Another interesting note: veteran monks can induce out of body experience / astral
projection through meditation.
Exercise like a War God: marched to the gym in cold Canada land weather, and dead lift
like a boss. Did 5/3/1, with the last rep being 235 pounds (106 kgs), did 50 hanging leg raise, 50
good mornings, and 40 cable cross overs like a boss. Interesting enough, today there was alot of
cardio body. Didn’t talk to anybody; lift weight with beast mode intensity (little rest in between)
Read a fascinating book: Read 20 e-pages of ”The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden
Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory” by Brian Greene. (Progress: 40/313 pages
on e-reader. Total hard-cover book count: 464 pages). Learning about time dilation (Lorentz
contraction), and Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity. FUN.
Learn a foreign language: Learn Korean, (Total accumulated time starting at Dec 01 2011:
1815 minutes) Reviews of kinship lesson.
(heyoung) = older brother (used when the speaker is a guy, addressing older male)
˜ (nu-na) = older sister (used when the speaker is guy, addressing older female)
$` (oppa) = older brother (used when the speaker is a female, addressing older male)
¸È (uh-knee) = old sister (used when the speaker is a female, addressing older female)
ÙÝ (ton-sang) = anyone younger regardless of gender
Word of the day: alacrity / a lack crit tee / noun / cheerful readiness, promptness, or will-
ingness. Example: a beta male’s alacrity to appease women
Watch something inspiration: 1 episode of Ergo Proxy (Progress: 1/23). HOLY crap, one of
the best ”dark” anime ever. This is an adult theme anime with great graphics (even better then
Darker Then Black). I remember watching Ergo Proxy like 2 years ago but I quit the first episode,
simply because I didn’t have the ”anime watching habit”. Heh.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: White and black Dwarfs, 13 minutes. Interdasting,
so the sun is going to become a red star, and it’s going to shallow up Earth - but humans will be long
dead as a specie before then. People who try to save the environment, I get my last laughs at them.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
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My new website made $25 in sales this month, traffic source was Google search ... however
the SEO part isn’t free, since I paid $150 per month to get back links.
But still - getting automated backlinks is simply the cost of doing business and the $150 is
negligible when the search traffic starts pouring in.
Since I have empirical proof that ”review style” websites do work, I’m going to scale up the
operation to hit $10,000.00 USD per month mark by promoting Amazon products like crazy. More
websites, more products, more money.
I did a couple of reviews for mainstream products - but hardly got any sales ... simply be-
cause every Bob, Jane and their dogs are promoting this product.
So instead, I’m going to take the more sneaky approach and promote products that has re-
ally low competition - there are, literally, millions of products to promote on Amazon.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
I have completely eradicated dark noises from my life - that’s my secret to staying focus and
accomplishing daily goals on a consistent basis.
Examples of dark noises:
• News of any sort (Fatal shooting at the mall! More news available at 11:00 PM)
• Troll comments on blogs (u gay lol i troll u!)
• Chat or email conversations that are directionless (So what you doing today? LOL cool bro.
LOL so cool!!!)
• Negative people
Ubermensch Day #97: Multi-Million Dollar Business (2012-01-26 23:15)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 463 minutes). The
Japanese word ”satori” means enlightenment. It can be also be translated into ”seeing the true nature
of reality, devoid of illusions”. Apparently, if you sit and meditate long enough, satori will come, like
a flash of psychology insight that rocks the very core of your being.
Exercise like a War God: n/a - rest day. [Current gym schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Fri-
day]
Read a fascinating book: Read 20 e-pages of ”The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden
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Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory” by Brian Greene. (Progress: 60/313 pages on
e-reader. Total hard-cover book count: 464 pages). The author explains one of Einstein’s theory
(not the relativity one), and uses an amusement park ride analogy but I find it hard to follow by
reading it.
Learn a foreign language: n/a - [heading out to hang out with the girlfriend at noon. Yeah -
almost finished the daily Project Ubermensch before noon. My sleeping schedule is messed up, I’m
tired yet I can’t sleep. WTF son]
Word of the day: chide / verb / to express disapproval. Example: Chide a fat kid eating
cake
Watch something inspiration: 1 episode of Ergo Proxy (Progress: 2/23). Amazing anime is
amazing. Interestingly enough, the English dub is not bad, but I’m switching over to the English
sub, because Japanese sounds much more bad ass. ”You will never live in a technological utopia like
Ergo Proxy sad frog. jpg”
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: A universe smaller than the observable, 9 minutes.
So the universe maybe possible smaller then the observable universe. Nigga say wat.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Wrote 8 emails to load into *email autoresponder, promoting $43 dollar commission product.
It usually takes up to 8 contacts for a person to make a buying decision.
An email autoresponder is a program that automatically sends out email in sequences. An example
of an autoresponder service company would be Aweber.com
Goal is to promote 10 products per email list, thus I would have to write 64 email sequence.
Of course - not everyone who signs up for my e-newsletter buy anything; however I got the
subscribers for ”free”. Each subscriber is a potential $43 dollar, yo.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
”I’m a hustla, ask about me” Cassidy
I have a work obession. Bulk of the day is spent working; I wake up, and immediately start
working. I sleep for a couple hours per night. I work until I pass out.
What I do:
Vertical research (fancy word for markets) - credit repair, health supplements, dating, gam-
ing, business opportunities, business to business sells etc
Keyword research, including educational and commerical - ”How to get rid of acne”, ”Proac-
tive reviews”, ”Herbal acne treatement” etc
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Competition analysis - what are the competitor’s revenue model, how much traffics they’re
getting, what’s their traffic source, backlink campaign analysis etc
Informational research - who are my target demographics, what do they want to know when
they visit the website, what are their biggest problems, what solutions are they looking, what
information do they want?
Copywriting - everything from the informational article on the web page, to email copies, to
preselling a product, to review pages
Email followups - email campaigns, where 12 to 30 emails are sent in sequence to the sub-
scribers. The emails are informative while promoting something within the email itself.
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How I’m making this into a business with million dollar yearly profits:
Speed of implementation - Market research, competition research, revenue plan and actual
website launch is done within a day, not weeks or months
Systemization - every part of the business is systemized and stream lined; everything is done
quickly using pre-defined procedures. Eg: a web site is quickly build using Wordpress; a product
review page is created using a skeleton template etc. Since everything is systemized, I can hire
PEOPLE to build the business. I’m merely the observer.
Operation Scaling - it’s not good enough operating in a single market; invading a multitude
of markets, including dating, weight loss, health supplements, investment, credit repair, etc etc is a
must
Ubermensch Day #98: Minimalism (2012-01-27 07:27)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Monks and nuns, the happiest group of people on Earth, have very little material possession. Monks
are allowed to have 3 sets of clothes and a bowl.
Could it be ... just maybe ... the less material things you own, the less worries you have?
”The things you own, end up owning you” Tyler Durden
Ideally, your ”personal belongings” (excluding things like kitchen ware and a bed) should fit inside a
suit case.
Here’s my list:
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A 13 inch laptop
USB hard drive
A smart phone
4 sets of clothes
Basic toiletries
Important paper documents
Wallet
e-book reader
That’s it.
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Spent the past 27 hours with the girlfriend. I am so tired. Slept for 8 hours, now back on the
hustle.
Ubermensch Day #99: 5 Minutes Habit (2012-01-28 11:40)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 473 minutes). A common
zazen practice for beginners is counting the breath. This is to help achieve proper breathing and
letting go of thinking. My new favorite way to zazen is listening to the clock. Just listen to the
clock, and let go of conceptual thinking.
Exercise like a War God: 5 KM forced marched, 50 dips, 50 wide push ups (using chairs).
Tried to do pull ups - I’m so tired.
Read a fascinating book: Read 20 e-pages of ”The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden
Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory” by Brian Greene. (Progress: 80/313 pages
on e-reader. Total hard-cover book count: 464 pages). Now learning about the Quantum theory.
Interdasting.
Learn a foreign language: (Total accumulated time starting at Dec 01 2011: 1845 minutes)
Watched a Korean skit, ”He who can’t date” and it cracks me up.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05QkFyFwNMY
And ... [she’s 32 years old! Aging like fine wine. Hnnngh, I have to get myself a Korean
waifu - oh wait, I already do. Herro]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oilbS1mk46s
My brains is fried - thus the non-productive learning session, but tomorrow I’ll get back to
serious Korean studies like a boss.
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Word of the day: brusque - adjective - abrupt in manner; blunt; rough: - example: a brusque attitude
Watch something inspiration: 1 episode of Ergo Proxy (Progress: 3/23). Interdasting, the
city in Ergo Proxy is a floating city in the sky. >you will never live in a floating sky city sad frog .
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Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Star Field and Nebula Images, 7 minutes. So the
earth, stars, stones, tree ... all orginated from hydrogen. The earth was once a gas ball. Mind is
blown.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
So, for the Month of January, I have turned a $0 website into a $50 per month website. I
left the website abandoned for 2 years. For the month of January, I added 50 pages of content and
did some high powered backlinkings, made $50 in affiliate commission.
Goal is to slowly build the website into a $1000 per month passive earner. Replicate that 10
times, and I’m making $10,000 USD per month.
(But the reality is, the earnings is all over the place - some sites will earn $50, others wil
learn $500 or $800 etc)
Weekends is one of my favorite; it means I get to stay indoor and work even harder.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
How to start a habit and make it stick: for the first 30 days, do it for 5 minutes per day.
Wanna read? Try 5 minutes per day.
Wanna exercise? Try 5 minutes per day.
Wanna meditate? Try 5 minutes per day.
That’s exactly how I started out.
The point is to establish the habit, not to accomplish anything spectacular. You’ll establish
the habit for LIFE.
Then you’ll gradually build ”tolerance” to do the habits for hours per day.
Simple - yes. Deadly effective? Indeed.
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Ubermensch Day #100: 100 days mile stone! (Sunday) (2012-01-29 23:41)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 483 minutes). My mind
has reached the point of non-grasping. When I first started meditating, a common thought was: ”So,
is the 5 minutes almost up yet?!”. Now that thought has completely evaporate. A famous zen master
once said: ”Just sit.” 3 more days until I start meditating 15 minutes per day.
Exercise like a War God: n/a - rest day. [Monday - Wednesday - Friday] Can’t wait to hit
the gym tomorrow!
Read a fascinating book: Read 20 e-pages of ”The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden
Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory” by Brian Greene. (Progress: 100/313 pages on
e-reader. Total hard-cover book count: 464 pages). Learning about Quantum physic, like a gangster!
It’s going to take another 11 days to finish this book, but that’s okay.
Learn a foreign language: (Total accumulated time starting at Dec 01 2011: 1875 minutes)
/_ (ka bung) = bag
¸¥ (cun jung) = soy sauce
¸ (cun pun) = sign
¸< (cum mul) = building
_¸ (jun go) = warning
{è (kay then) = stairs
{° (kay sen tay) = check out counter
{ (kay) = dogs
So, in order to speak fluently in Korean, I would need to learn:
1. The grammar
2. The words
3. The tense
4. The sentence structure
If I work on those things every day, I should speak fluently at one point or another.
Word of the day: pensively / adjective / dreamily or wistfully thoughtful. Example: a beta
male’s pensive smile (haha)
Watch something inspiration: 1 episode of Ergo Proxy (Progress: 4/23). Okay-ish episode
compared to the last exciting episode.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Parallax In Observing Stars, 7 minutes. Learning
about Parallax (The effect whereby the position or direction of an object appears to differ when
viewed from different positions). I have never heard of the word Parallax until today.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
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Getting back into the groove of things. Created 19 emails in total promoting two products.
Writing emails isn’t the sum of all activities, I need to work in generating more traffic to the
websites. I’ll keep that in mind.
Spent a good 30 minutes writing down the systemization of the business, so I can do execute
everything with SPEED. I used Wikispace, one of the best free cloud software so far.
Need to create more web pages, I’m done writing the emails and product reviews, need to do
more keyword research and create content for webpage at a breakneck speed. More on this tomorrow.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Well, it’s the 100th day of Project Ubermensch. This shit is mentally tough. But rewarding?
Yeah.
In the past 100 days, here are the habits/things I have done:
1. Read at least 20 pages per day on the e-reader. Finished 18 books.
2. Hit the gym 3-4 times per week without fail - build bigger muscles.
3. Building an Internet business, 6-12 hours work days, 7 days a week (something I never
done!)
4. Got myself an adorable girlfriend
5. Established clear life goals (see vision board)
6. Started meditating daily (something I failed in the past)
7. Learn a foreign language daily (something I tried for 3 years but failed)
8. Cut Internet surfing time to ZERO. (I was addicted to internet surfing for 10 years!)
9. Became a better writer (writing this blog everyday)
All this started with a thought, back in Oct 21, 2011:
”What is the height of human potential? Are all human cut from the same clothe? What if
I changed my habits, can I change my future?If I emulate the success habits of extra ordinary people,
can I come extra ordinary myself?”
Now that I understand the mindset of success - and the price I have to pay - there’s no
doubt in my mind that I’m destined to be great; like a fucking boss.
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Ubermensch Day #101: TV CRAP (2012-01-30 10:50)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 493 minutes). I have to
practice ”harder”. I need to make my mind still, like mount Fuji.
Exercise like a War God: Marched to the gym in cold Canada land weather.
Today I olympic over head press 115 pounds (52 kgs) for the first time, like a boss. At first
I was leery of losing control of the bar, and cracking my skull open. I only made it half way.
Then I said ”FUCK THIS SHIT SON, TIME TO LIFT IT UP LIKE A WAR GOD!” and I
heaved it over my head like a boss. To make sure it’s not a fluke, I did it again.
Did 40 pull ups, 40 dips, 40 weight abs pull down, and call it a day.
Read a fascinating book: Read 20 e-pages of ”The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden
Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory” by Brian Greene. (Progress: 120/313 pages on
e-reader. Total hard-cover book count: 464 pages). There was a conflict between Quantum physic
and Relativity theory ... then came along String Theory, which unifies both theories ... which makes
scientists understand the universe better.
Learn a foreign language: (Total accumulated time starting at Dec 01 2011: 1905 minutes)
Learning Korean emotional expressions.
I practice with intense emotions - scientific studies discovered that the more ”emotions” you
put into a concept, they longer you’ll retain it; like how you experience an intense emotional event
and you remember it for the rest of your life ... like the time you caught your parents having sex.
So when I’m practicing, I conjure all sorts of emotional imageries.
For example, ”pay go pah” means ”I’m hungry”.
So I would imagine myself being a skeleton, on the brink of death, crawling on the ground
.... screaming at people PAY GO PAH. PAY GOOOO PAAAAAAAAAAAH. FUCK YOU PAY GO
PAHHHHHHHHHHH!.
If it takes 5 minutes of visual imagineries to learn the phase ”pay go pah” for the rest of my
life, it’s worth it. Goal is to shorten the learning curve to 1 minute (in the future)
)¸ (pay go pah) = I’m hungry
¸$ (jol yuh) = I’m sleepy
.D (quint chan nah) = I’m okay
•t (koom kum hey) = I’m curious
˜‰¨t (nah hang bok hey) = I’m happy
àœä (shin nan ta) = I’m excited
¸ÈÌ (go ma whoa) = I’m thankful / thank you
t (peeon hey) = I’m comfortable
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Word of the day: truncated / adjective / shortened by or as if by having a part cut off; ex-
ample: a truncated love song
Watch something inspiration: 1 episode of Ergo Proxy (Progress: 5/23). Interesting episode,
I love the top notch animation.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Stellar Parallax, 10 minutes. Learning the concept
of parallax, and how it appliable to stars. INTERDASTING!
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
How passive income is made from mailing lists:
People visit my website from Google -> they join my mailing list -> mailing list automati-
cally sends them emails -> they buy things -> I get money
Every single set of the operation above is automated, all it takes is setting up the system,
which the past 3 days have been hectic, because I’ve been editing my mailing list of 10,000+
subscribers.
The email list makes me money - it made me $20,000.00 USD so far in passive income. Goal
is to make at LEAST $100,000.00 per year with email marketing.
That’s the good news, the bad news is that I haven’t really ”systemized” the part of my
email marketing campaign, and I’ve been in the lab doing that in the past 3 days.
I went over like 100 emails and set a standard for EVERYTHING.
When a person signs up for my mailing list, they automatically get an email every 2 days
(that I’ve pre-written). The email is a mix of education and recommendation of products. Every 9
emails I product a particualr product, then I move onto another product to promote.
I’m engineering my mailing list to become a well oiled passive money maker.
Today and tomorrow is basically email marketing mode, then from Feb 01 onwards I’ll be
websites after websites (late delay on this)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
I stopped watching TV in 2004.
Time is precious; it’s sad when you think about it ... an old man in his death bed, reminisc-
ing: ”I watched TV and life passsed by me”
”According to the A.C. Nielsen Co., the average American watches more than 4 hours of TV
each day (or 28 hours/week, or 2 months of nonstop TV-watching per year). In a 65-year life, that
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person will have spent 9 years glued to the tube.”
Source: http://www.csun.edu/science/health/docs/tv &health.html
The only exception is watching educational documentaries - but you could do that on the
computer.
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To be fair, I watch Anime ... 1 episodes per day (20 minutes, no commercials). Thus, every
week I spend a mere 2.5 hours watching ”TV”, compared to the average 28 hours per week.
Ubermensch Day #102: New Year Resolution Failure Rate (2012-01-31 10:38)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 10 minutes. (total accumulated time: 503 minutes). The time
went by blazingly fast, it feels like 2 minutes. Amazing. Tomorrow I will start meditating 15 minutes
per day.
Exercise like a War God: 3 KM forced march, in 1 foot of snow. Canada finally has snow
but it’s warm outside so it should melt soon. I can feel my calves burning.
Read a fascinating book: Read 20 e-pages of ”The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden
Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory” by Brian Greene. (Progress: 140/313 pages on
e-reader. Total hard-cover book count: 464 pages).
So a string is a sub-atomic ”element”, the smallest of the small (so far). And we’re all made
up of atoms. Interdasting. Reading about quantum physics, super string theory and relativity is
kinda hard for someone who doesn’t know shit about physics but oh well, I’m learning.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean! (Total accumulated time starting at Dec 01 2011:
1935 minutes)
Review of:
)¸ (pay go pah) = I’m hungry
¸$ (jol yuh) = I’m sleepy
.D (quint chan nah) = I’m okay
•t (koom kum hey) = I’m curious
Practiced:
˜‰¨t (nah heng bok hey) = I’m happy
àœä (shin nan ta) = I’m excited
¸ÈÌ (go ma whoa) = I’m thankful / thank you
t (peeon hey) = I’m comfortable
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˜•àˆ´ (na cha shin iss oh) = I’m confident
Word of the day: sublime / adjective / impressing the mind with a sense of grandeur or
power. Example: A sublime penis. Or, a sublime monologue.
Watch something inspiration: 1 episode of Ergo Proxy (Progress: 6/23). The story revolves
around Riel, and Vincent, Vincent is the key character. And Quint died for what she believed in, a
cause. Quint ; ;
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Stellar Distance Using Parallax, 12 minutes. Khan
shows how to use trigonometry to measure the the distance between the Earth and a star.
Personally, I couldn’t give a shit about using trigonometry and measuring star distance. But
it’s interesting, none of the less, how scientist use math to figure star distances.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Wrote 8 emails to load into autoresponder. Revamp and edit 52 emails in the autoresponder
sequence.
Expand ”about me page”
Add link to ”about me page” in the first email
Make opt in page ABOVE the fold in ”home page”
1 article for web page
Add opt in page at end of article.
Last night I checked one of my account and made $32 in sales. This brings the website from
$0 per month to $80 per month. Goal is to make the website $1000 earning per month by repeating
the SIMPLE things I do. Then I make more websites, and keep repeating until I hit $10,000.00 USD
per month.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
January 31 - today is an important date.
It’s a day where most people give up on their New Year resolutions:
”A 2007 study by Richard Wisemen from the University of Bristol involving 3,000 people
showed that 88 % of those who set New Year resolutions fail,[8] despite the fact that 52 % of the
study’s participants were confident of success at the beginning.”
So - only 12 percent of people achieved their NYR. Not surprised.
Source on NYR failure rate: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424 -
052748703478704574612052322122442.html
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Becoming extraordinary requires some sort of freaky inner resolve.
The resolve to WORK on your goals while your friends are out drinking .... the resolve to
WORK on your goals while facing obtacles ... the resolve to work on your goals for months and
YEARS, even ought it’s mentally and physically tiring as SHIT.
For me, my resolve comes from understanding - deep down inside - that life is a speeding
train towards death. There is no ”Let’s do the new year resolution .... next year!”.
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Life is a train ride towards death, you ever die as an awesome mother fucker, or an average
nobody.
Now that I think of it, New Year Resolutions is DUMB AS SHIT. You shouldn’t wait for
some arbitrary date to start changing your life, if you really want to do something about it, you’d
start that day.
[That’s why following what the mass is doing is never a good thing]
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I read this quote today that cracked me up:
”Remember the guy that quit? Yeah, neither have anyone else”.
2.2 February
Ubermensch Day #103: Choice Limitation (2012-02-01 03:05)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 518 minutes). First time
meditating for 15 minutes at home! Meditated the first thing in the morning, like a boss.
When Zen monks say ”empty your mind”, they don’t literally mean stop thoughts from enter-
ing the mind. They mean stop being attached to the thoughts. With enough meditation experience,
the thoughts enter the mind, and then dissipate like hot steam. A sense of calm and order is in the
mind because there is less thought clutter.
Exercise like a War God: Marched to the gym in freakishly warm weather for Feb 01. Walk-
ing to the gym is a nice relaxing experience, listening to music and smelling the first morning air.
In the gym, saw a ”Bodybuilding.com” t-shirt, and it’s a skinny fat guy wearing it, doing
curls in the squat rack.
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I did 5/3/1/1 dead lifts, started with 135 lbs, then 205 lbs, then 225 lbs, then 235 lbs. At
some point, I’ll dead lift 315 lbs like a boss. I’m started doing short and intense 30 minutes gym
session, this is to prevent the muscles from catabolizing itself. Also, I’ll be going to the gym Monday
- Tuesday - Thursday - Friday, because lifting is fun (heh).
Read a fascinating book: Read 20 e-pages of ”The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden
Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory” by Brian Greene. (Progress: 160/313 pages on
e-reader. Total hard-cover book count: 464 pages).
I’m having a hard time understanding this physic stuff - author talks about quantum physic,
super string theory, super symmmetry and the likes. But I’ll try my best to understand and finish
this book, based on principles. Hope it gets less complicated!
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean (Total accumulated time starting at Dec 01 2011:
1965 minutes)
Reviewed of:
˜‰¨t (nah heng bok hey) = I’m happy
àœä (shin nan ta) = I’m excited
¸ÈÌ (go ma whoa) = I’m thankful / thank you
t (peeon hey) = I’m comfortable
˜•àˆ´ (na cha shin iss oh) = I’m confident
Practiced of:
<¸t (pee gon hey) = I’m tired
˜$\Ì (na wae roh whoa) = I’m lonely
˜íít (nah shim shim hey) = I’m bored
Word of the day: aplomb / noun / imperturbable self-possession, poise, or assurance. Exam-
ple: He smacked her ass with great aplomb.
Watch something inspiration: 1 episode of Ergo Proxy (Progress: 7/23). Real, the female
protagonist, without her makeup is like false advertisement - it’s just isn’t the same person. Near
the end of the episode, the doctor writes up a death cerificate but I’m sure she isn’t dead. Nice try.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Life cycle of massive stars, 7 minutes. So a star
becomes bigger because the core is fusing the materials together. As the core becomes dense, the
star expands and becomes a super nova.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
I didn’t do any work today. It’s possible that I’m burning out; for the month of January, I
worked for 29 days. For the month of December (2011), I also worked 29 days.
Went to the mall today with a friend and bought chocolate for girlfriend, Valentine is in 2
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weeks but I’m prepared.
Anyways, resume back to work tomorrow - work hard.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Productivity Tip #1: choice limitation
When it comes to productivity, too many choices is BAD.
I had to learned this the hard way for building a business - I probably wasted hundreds of
hours being side tracked.
When I’m building the business, I only have 4 choice in activities:
1. Get more traffic to website
2. Improve website for more profit
3. Search products to promote for money
4. Produce content (for website, email autoresponder, youtube channels) etc
Or a more mundane example ... when I sit in front of the computer, I have 5 choices:
1. Learn a language
2. Write Project Ubermensch blog entries
3. Build an online business
4. Watch Khan video
5. Write 1 anime episode
I rarely do anything else (twitter, email, facebook etc)
That’s my secret to staying super productive on a consistent basis.
Ubermensch Day #104: Parkinson’s Law (2012-02-02 05:44)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 533 minutes). Second
day of meditating 15 minutes like a boss. woke up at 4:30 AM, and started meditating. My mind is
a mental haze, yet the feeling is so relaxing.
Perhaps meditation teaches us to efface the ego (”Oh I love this! Fuck you I hate this!”),
leaving us to become more carefree, like a puppy running through the meadow. I am very thankful
for attending the zen course in an actual zen center. Thanks, old zen monk!
Exercise like a War God: n/a - rest day. [Current gym schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Fri-
day]. Last gym session was good, I woke up sore.
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Read a fascinating book: n/a.
Learn a foreign language: n/a
Word of the day: fulmination / noun / violent explosion. Example: Her fart was a big ful-
mination.
Watch something inspiration: 1 episode of Ergo Proxy (Progress: 8/23). Interdasting, an-
other cliff hanger. Vincent = the monster. I knew it.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Super Nova, 12 minutes. Star dies, becomes super-
nova, then becomes black hole.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
I did it - I sat down and wrote 2000 words for my website. I need to write 2000 words (3
articles) for my website everyday. 3 articles per day, 42 page website every 2 weeks.
It was a fucking struggle sitting down and writing content for something you don’t care for,
but I did it. And I need to do it again tomorrow, and again every day for months on end.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Productivity Tip #1: Parkinson’s Law
Parkinson’s Law states: ”Work expands to fill the time available for its completion”
I used to allow myself days, weeks or even MONTHS to accomplish a task. (Nasty!)
Nowadays, I give myself an extremely short amount of time for any given task (60 minutes or
less)
This is to ensure:
1) The work actually gets done
2) To defeat against perfectionism
Another good rule: When you make a decision, take 60 seconds or less to make the decision
IF the decision won’t make a huge difference in your life 6 months from now.
This is to prevent wasting time deciding on inconsequential things.
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Proud of myself - I wrote 2000 words for my website today, 3 articles. I need to keep a
steady pace like this.
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I had to motivate myself writing these articles - pacing around the room, and tell myself
”MOTHER FUCKER TIME TO WRITE THINGS YOU DON’T CARE ABOUT!”. It took 45
minutes of pacing around while listening to 2NE1, before I sat down and get writing.
Tomorrow I’ll schedule my time better, so I don’t miss out on reading and learning Korean.
Going to bed now, gotta hit the gym in the morning.
Ubermensch Day #105: Todo List Mania (2012-02-03 04:55)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 548 minutes). Sat in a
half locus position, with 1 foot resting on top of another instead of the usual seiza. I noticed I’m
slightly leaning forward when sitting, so I sit on my ass. This is important because to immobilise the
mind, you must immobilisethe body first. My form is rock solid, like mount fuji.
Exercise like a War God: Woke up in the morning, tired and sore. There’s light outside ...
OH SHIT, I’m late for the gym. Ate a quick breakfast and quietly marched to the gym. Did bench
press, squats, dumb bell rows, crunches, and calve rises like a boss - all within 30 minutes. (circuit
training)
Read a fascinating book: Read 20 e-pages of ”The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden
Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory” by Brian Greene. (Progress: 180/313 pages on
e-reader. Total hard-cover book count: 464 pages).
What the hell is a calabi yau? Quantum physics and string theory is hard to understand,
even when the author tries to put it into lay man term. I have a hard time understanding it but I’m
more then half way through the book - can’t give up now.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 1995 minutes)
Reviewed of:
˜‰¨t (nah heng bok hey) = I’m happy
àœä (shin nan ta) = I’m excited
¸ÈÌ (go ma whoa) = I’m thankful / thank you
<¸t (pee gon hey) = I’m tired
˜$\Ì (na wae roh whoa) = I’m lonely
˜íít (nah shim shim hey) = I’m bored
Practiced of:
X/˜ (hwa ka na) = I’m angry
°Ì (moo saw wo) = I’m scared
øHt (me anh hey) = I’m sorry
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ø•˜ (ja chin na) = I’m annoyed!
Word of the day: enmity / em met tee / noun / example: the cat’s emity towards cheese.
Watch something inspiration: 1 episode of Ergo Proxy (Progress: 9/23). So Ergo Proxy is
named after Vincent, a ”proxy” monster. What happened to Re-al? OH GOD I WATCHED THIS
SHOW JUST FOR HER.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Black Holes, 10 minutes. Supernova condense into
a small ball. Not even light can escape the black hole’s gravitational pull. What happens after a
black hole? I’ll find out in the next videos.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Didn’t do any work today, was hanging out with friends today, got home close to 11:30 PM -
time to sleep! Tomorrow is the weekends, which is good - more time to stay home and work.
Focus on work, my nigga.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Productivity Tip #2: Todo lists
In my teenage years, I did nothing all day, except surfing the Internet. My life was in sham-
ble - no money, no girlfriend, no goal, no hope, no direction in life.
Todo list saved (perhaps even literally) my life.
How to use todo list:
YEARLY goal: what do I want to accomplish by the end of the year?
Monthly goal: can I experience some of that success by the end of the month?
Weekly list: Have I accomplished what I set out to do this week?
Daily list: Have I accomplished the task for today?
Example for someone losing weight ...
Yearly goal: Lost 48 pounds
Monthly goal: Lose 4 pounds
Week list: Have I exercised 4 times this week?
Daily list: Have I jogged for 30 minutes today?
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Ubermensch Day #106: Elite Schedule (SATURDAY) (2012-02-04 00:52)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 563 minutes). Sat down
like the Buddha, still like mount fuji, unflappable like an oak tree. I calmly remind myself the past
doesn’t matter, the future isn’t here yet, the present is what counts the most.
Exercise like a War God: n/a [rest day]
Make a million dollars on the Internet:
Wrote a 650 words article for webpage. Took an hour to write a template for ”informational”
article, ”How-To” article, and ”Product review” article, so how I should be writing articles at lighting
speed. Spent another 2 hours writing 3 pages of content.
Applied for Amazon Assiocate program - accepted! Yeah my nigga, time to promote Amazon
products for 4 to 8 percent commission. Made another $17 from clickbank (thank you, email
marketing!)
YEAH, getting into back into the groove of things. I’m going to be writing like a speed de-
mon tomorrow (sunday)
Watch something inspiration: 1 episode of Ergo Proxy (Progress: 10/23). Interesting, there
is a scene of technological utopia - robots mowing the lawn, delivering physical newspaper, cutting
the grass. I hope we get to see that technology manifest within 25 years or so.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Cepheid Variable #1, 10 minutes. Cepheid Vari-
able: estimating how far a star is by it’s luminosity. Interdasting.
Read a fascinating book: Read 20 e-pages of ”The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden
Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory” by Brian Greene. (Progress: 200/313 pages on
e-reader. Total hard-cover book count: 464 pages).
Oh god, reading about quantum physics on a Saturday morning; what am I doing with my
life. Ubermensch, the smart nigga learning about sub-atomic particles.
Learn a foreign language: Learn Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting at
Dec 01 2011: 2025 minutes)
30 minute sessions feel so short now; on March 01 I will increase the learning time to 40
minutes per day.
Review and practice:
¸ÈÌ (go ma whoa) = I’m thankful / thank you
<¸t (pee gon hey) = I’m tired
˜$\Ì (na wae roh whoa) = I’m lonely
˜íít (nah shim shim hey) = I’m bored
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°Ì (moo saw wo) = I’m scared
øHt (me anh hey) = I’m sorry
ø•˜ (ja chin na) = I’m annoyed!
Word of the day: demure / dim your / adjective / characterized by shyness and modesty; re-
served. Example: an demure emo chick
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Productivity Tip #4: Schedule
Like I mentioned before, in my teenage years, I didn’t have any ”real” schedule. My life was
in shamble - no money, no girlfriend, no goal, no hope, no direction in life.
Schedule and todo list saved (perhaps even literally) my life.
Having a schedule works in conjunction with having a todo list (see: Ubermensch Day #105)
Just like school, you need to have a schedule that works for you. The ”secret” is to start a
easy schedule, then gradually improve it. As always, start s-l-o-w.
Ubermensch Day #107: Learning Ratio, Part II (SUNDAY)
(2012-02-05 03:39)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 578 minutes). I’m getting
better at this - my mind is still. It feels like I can sit longer, because there’s no place to go. I still
haven’t figured the meaning of life and death yet, but meditation has taught me almost infinite
patience.
Exercise like a War God: n/a - rest day. Can’t wait to hit the gym tomorrow!
Read a fascinating book: Read 20 e-pages of ”The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden
Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory” by Brian Greene. (Progress: 220/313 pages on
e-reader. Total hard-cover book count: 464 pages).
They should have a ”physics for dummies” book, because it’s hard to understand concepts
like Calabi-Yau and Planck in technical terms. Moving to the next chapters ... the author talks
about worm holes, and tearing a hole through the fabric of space.
I’m going to stop reading this book - what’s the point of reading something so difficult that I
have a hard time understanding it. I could be reading something more inspiration or informative -
a good fiction novel, a business book or something about political science and the military industry
complex.
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Starting tomorrow I’ll be reading ”American Psycho” by Bret Ellis, I heard it’s a good novel.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 2055 minutes)
It’s not good enough just pronouncing the words, I’m also carefully scrutinizing the hangul.
Some characters like ˜ is become similar (AKA, learning through repetition)
Review of:
˜$\Ì (na wae roh whoa) = I’m lonely
˜íít (nah shim shim hey) = I’m bored
°Ì (moo saw wo) = I’m scared
øHt (me anh hey) = I’m sorry
ø•˜ (cha chin na) = I’m annoyed!
Practiced of:
=<t (chang pee hey) = I’m embarassed
/µ D (ka sum ah pah) = I’m heart broken
õõt (tap tap hey) = I’m frustrated
°¸t (ool ool hey) = I’m depress
Word of the day: recapitulate / verb / to review by a brief summary, as at the end of a
speech or discussion; summarize. Example: so to recapitulate, the vagina smells like fish.
Watch something inspiration: 1 episode of Ergo Proxy (Progress: 11/23). This episode Vin-
cent trips balls; a psychotic trip in his mind as he accepts himself as a monster. Then he meets Real
near the end of the episode - another cliff hanger?
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Introduction to interest; 10 minutes. Learning about
simple interest and compound interest. Interesting. Need to learn everything about money so I can
handle my monies like a Jewish master.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Wake up Sunday morning, immediately do work.
Good thing I don’t have to THINK so hard in the morning, because all I’m doing is copying
my competitor’s website - like Burger King copying Mcdonalds, hell yeah it’s ethical.
My brain is a fuzzy hazed, I wonder if my brains are getting calcified from the tap water.
Or, my brain is damaged from excessive binge drinking (dementia?). FML. Either way, I’m not a
morning person.
Today I wrote: 1700 words for home page. Desperate visitor comes into website and looks
for a solution, my website recommends the product - in a clear and professional matter. Wrote
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another 500 words article, which brings today’s word count to 2200 words total.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Productivity Tip #5: Learning Ratio
In my teenage years, I used to spend months studying something ... but it never brought me
closer to my goals. Why? Because nobody told me the ”learning ratio” principle.
For example, for every 1 hour you learn a new material, you should practice said material for
1 hour.
Most people get it wrong by having the wrong ratio, something like 5:1 or 25:1. (That’s like
learning how to drive for 25 hours, then actually driving for 1 hour!)
The optimal ratio would be 1:25 (1 hour learning, 25 hours doing)
WHY? Because studying is the road map, and the doing is the car the gets to the destina-
tion. Now I know why some people who learn for YEARS and get nowhere.
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The girlfriend is using the same psychological tactic that I use - not returning calls or texts
for 3 days. I’m mad. If she’s playing a mind game, she doesn’t know who she’s up against - I got a
Ph.D on this shit.
The alpha way to handle this is:
1) Not contacting her in any way, shape or form UNTIL she text me back. And I’ll take my
sweet time (24 hours) before I reply.
2) Get a second girlfriend, so my ”care-o-meter” goes back to an acceptable low level.
On second thought, what if she got hit by a car and is in the hospital? God damn. I have
to wait 3 days and see how this plays out.
Ubermensch Day #108: Outlier Male (2012-02-06 00:09)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 593 minutes)
Here’s a classic zen parable: A university professor went to visit a famous Zen master. While
the master quietly served tea, the professor talked about Zen. The master poured the visitor’s cup
to the brim, and then kept pouring.
The professor watched the overflowing cup until he could no longer restrain himself.
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”It’s overfull! No more will go in!” the professor blurted.
”You are like this cup,” the master replied, ”How can I show you Zen unless you first empty
your cup.”
Exercise like a War God: Marched to the gym at 1:30 PM. Way to crowded in the after-
noon, feels like being inside a petri dish. Clueless bros doing ineffective exercises as usual. I silently
do my overhead press, dips, and pullups before calling it a day. The weather is freakishly warm for
Feb 06, it feels like spring. Hory shiet.
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 e-pages of ”American Psycho” by Bret Ellis. (Progress:
25/358 pages on e-reader. Total hard-cover book count: 416 pages)
Starting to read American Psycho, I heard the book and movie is good like ”Fight Club” by
Chuck Palahniuk. It has been a long time since I read a fiction book; it’s fiction books are easy to
read, so I can speed read like a boss!
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 2085 minutes)
Review of:
=<t (chang pee hey) = I’m embarassed
/µ D (ka sum ah pah) = I’m heart broken
õõt (tap tap hey) = I’m frustrated
°¸t (ool ool hey) = I’m depress
Practiced of:
˜¬| (nah sue paul) = I’m sad
ÅÈ (om ma) = mother (informal, like saying ”mom”)
D` (ah bba) = father (informal, like saying ”dad”)
´8È (ah mon knee) = mother (formal way, and traditionally)
D„À (ah paul gee) = father (formal way, and traditionally)
Word of the day: subjugate / verb / to make submissive or subservient; enslave. Example:
Are you trying to subjugate the black man wearing the bunny suit?
Watch something inspiration: 1 episode of Ergo Proxy (Progress: 12/23) Even anime chicks
(real) cream for alpha males. She fails to eradicate Vincent ... bish is in love.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Interest (Part 2), 8 minutes. How bankers charge
people up the ass with compound interest. Interesting.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
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Wrote 2000 words, 3 articles for web pages. Use state of the art backlinking that cause $149
per month. I’m also going to be signing up for another 2 major companies, thus bringing in the total
network count to 5.
Building a business right now is a grind, so there’s nothing exciting to report.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Definition: ”Outlier” is a scientific term to describe things or phenomena that lie outside nor-
mal experience.
Back in Oct 21, 2011, I wrote:
”What qualifies as a super human? To become better then average mentally, physically, in-
tellectually and financially. Thats MY definition.”
It took a couple years to convince myself that I need to become an Outlier. If I told my
high school self to become an Outlier, I wouldn’t be able to make it - simply because the confidence
and self belief isn’t there.
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Project Ubermensch is about becoming an Outlier male - owning a multi-million dollar busi-
ness; multiple con-current girlfriends of the highest caliber; becoming self actualize etc.
I suspect very few men become outliers, simply because it requires massive, strenuous effort
and and extra-ordinary thinking.
In a way, it’s a narrow road that is less traveled. It’s the path I take everyday, as I steadily
march, trudge, and limp the narrow road while the mass of people are taking the ”conventional”
path. (mall walk way?)
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Fact is, Project Ubermensch isn’t about false bravado or mental masturbation; it’s strenuous
work. Ask me about working 8 to 16 hours per day, 7 days a week, for months. How about working
throughout the weekends while people are drinking and partying? How about building a business
and using credit cards to fund it? That’s my story.
Some days I feel tired as shit waking up; then I put on my clothes and hit the gym.
The fact is, life is a speeding train towards death - you can live an awesome fucking life, or
live a boring one. Once I truly understand this in a deep level, my resolve to become an Outlier
became fully cemented.
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Productivity Tip #6: Systemization
Building systems for EVERYTHING is good, because you finish the activity easily and quickly.
For example, you can build a system for writing an essay.
1. Have 3 types of opening paragraph ready - use a quote, short story, or question.
2. 3 paragraph, 3 points. Examples: 1) ZXY is wrong because ... 2) The evidence tht sup-
ports ZXY is ... 3) How to accomplish ZXY is ...
3. 2 ways to write a conclusion
A more mundane example:
It takes me 60 seconds to prepare for the gym session. My wallet and keys are in my jacket
pocket, the gym clothes and bag is in it’s place. I put everything on and head out the door.
Ubermensch Day #109: I AM WORK ETHIC (2012-02-07 00:38)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 608 minutes). There
is nothing sexy or exciting about meditation; but through perseverance, I hope one day I will
understand the meaning of life and death; the answer will come through an eruption of the mind.
Exercise like a War God: rest day. But I did went for a walk today, ah it’s getting cold
again. [current gym schedule: Monday - Wednesday - Friday]
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 e-pages of ”American Psycho” by Bret Ellis. (Progress:
50/358 pages on e-reader. Total hard-cover book count: 416 pages)
I heard the movie is good (but I never watched it; perhaps one day). So, this book is about
vanity, white collar workers and their snobbish ways. It’s funny.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 2115 minutes). Current method of learning: for the first 15 minutes, review
yesterday’s lesson. Then spend the last 15 minutes learning today’s lesson.
Review:
˜¬| (nah sue paul) = I’m sad
ÅÈ (um ma) = mother (informal, like saying ”mom”)
D` (ah bba) = father (informal, like saying ”dad”)
´8È (ah mon knee) = mother (formal way, and traditionally)
D„À (ah paul gee) = father (formal way, and traditionally)
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Practice:
¬øˆ´” (chey me soy yo) = it’s interesting
¬øÆD” (chey me, op soy yo) = it’s not interesting
t/ ¬øÆD” (ee go, chey me op soy yo = this is not interesting
t/” ¬øÆD” (ee go nin, chey me soy yo) = this is interesting
Word of the day: suffrage / noun / the right to vote, especially in a political election. Ex-
ample: a prole’s sufferage
Watch something inspiration: 1 episode of Ergo Proxy (Progress: 13/23) So iggy, the robot
became infected with an incongito virus, which allows it to think and feel like a human. The
robot became beta and lusted over Real, then ultimately sacrificed himself by saving Real from an
explosion. In evolutionary terms, males are expendable. Good bye Iggy, you were an ugly autorave.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Introduction to present value, 10 minutes. Learning
how to handle my money like a Jewish master. Sal teaches present value (of money) and uh, the
mathematical formula to calculate present value of future value.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Wrote 2000 words today; 2 products review pages promoting Amazon products, then another
review page promoting more goodies. To ensure I get the work done, the first thing I do in the
morning is write. Fuck, my brain is a mental haze in the morning and I can barely write. I write
best at night when it’s quiet - perhaps I should make that my ”writing” time.
Search Engine Marketing (SEM or SEO, used interchangably) is a slow waiting game. Creat-
ing websites, building backlinks, then waiting for the website to get 1st page on Google. Then,
finally the visitors start trickling into the website, and I have to convert them into buyers.
I don’t see how I’m going to hit $10,000 USD per month by March 31 but that’s okay - I’m
in this game for the long haul.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Ask me about work ethic, and I’ll tell you what it’s like working until 4:00 AM.
What it’s like working on WEEKENDS, for months on end.
What it’s like working 7 days a week.
What it’s like working until passing out from exhaustion.
What it’s like risking money, time, and effort with no guarantees of monetary returns.
What it’s like socializing once every 2 weeks, because business comes first.
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I AM work ethic.
Ubermensch Day #110: College scam (2012-02-08 22:40)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 623 minutes). Meditated
in the morning aftter the gym session, like a boss.
Exercise like a War God: I’m tired. After 3 weeks of heavy lifting, my body is experiencing
fatigue. Oh god, I’m getting old. Went to the gym in cold Canada land weather and did dead lifts,
hanging leg raise, and cable cross overs like a boss. Saw a guy wearing a wifebeater at the gym, it’s
tacky and gay. Perhap someone should tell him that.
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 e-pages of ”American Psycho” by Bret Ellis. (Progress:
75/358 pages on e-reader. Total hard-cover page count: 416 pages) I can see why Patrick Bateman
is called am American psycho now - so does he actually kill a person in the book? Hm. I’m reading
the book at a slower place, starting to enjoy it more now.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 2145 minutes)
Review and practice:
ÅÈ (um ma) = mother (informal, like saying ”mom”)
D` (ah bba) = father (informal, like saying ”dad”)
´8È (ah mon knee) = mother (formal way, and traditionally)
D„À (ah paul gee) = father (formal way, and traditionally)
¬øˆ´” (chey me soy yo) = it’s interesting
¬øÆD” (chey me, op soy yo) = it’s not interesting
t/ ¬øÆD” (ee go, chey me op soy yo = this is not interesting
t/” ¬øÆD” (ee go nin, chey me soy yo) = this is interesting
Word of the day: supercilious / adjective / haughtily disdainful or contemptuous. Example:
a supercilious waiter.
Watch something inspiration: 1 episode of Ergo Proxy (Progress: 14/23). This episode is a
psychological mind fuck, sprinkled with pseudo philosophy. Re-currenting themes like ”who am I?”,
”what is my identity” springs up during this episode. Overall, Ergo Proxy is becoming interesting -
it dives more into philosophy and psychology then actual plot. OMG, anime too deep 4 u.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Renting Vs Buying a home, 10 minutes. Interest-
ing, Sal explains the math behind renting vs buying a home, and why renting is better because
you’re not giving the bank free money (interest from mortgage). There’s 3 parts to this video, very
excited to watch the next one.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
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Wrote two articles, 1200 words. At 2 articles per day, that’s 60 articles per month. Slow,
stead progress. It’s almost spring time again, I have the itch to play poker.
I went from a losing player, to break even, to WINNING (1/2 NL live. Win rate was $16 to
$20 per hour) - it took 2-3 years of playing, reading and practice to became a winning player.
Then I was playing live poker for a living - exclusively - but too much partying, sex and al-
cohol ruined it. Perhaps I should return to poker again, this time without drinking 24/7 and more
focus on playing cards.
I remembered when my health shot to shit because I was drinking for 3 months straight ...
need to focus more, because the feeling of walking around with a wad of $100 bills - well, it almost
feels like sex.
Poker + Internet Marketing = Hustler’s life.
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Signed up for Sellhealth and MarketHealth affiliate network. Hell yeah, time to market to
people with colon, thyroid and other misc health problems.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Aside from a few degrees like finance, accounting, medical, engineering, IT, physics, math
and law .... college is a scam.
A limp wrist hipster studying liberal arts; a girl obtaining a degree in ”womens studies”, ”Italian art”
and ”dildo practice”.
The education bubble will burst when the ignorant mass realize: ”Wait a second ... where’s
job, dude?! All I got was a useless paper. My parents paid $30k for this shit?!”
I’m so glad I dodged the bullet by not attending college. But more importantly, WASTING
4 years learning half baked subjects by incompetent professors is a sin.
Following what the mass is doing was never a wise choice.
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Earlier today I was stressed out because the girlfriend took the wrong bus and got lost in another
CITY.
She texted me at midnight and she’s like ”Ubermensch, I lost in another city. Halp”.
My phone was off, so I didn’t read it until the next morning. I texted her back and still
haven’t gotten a reply it (5:13 PM), I hope she’s safe. >mfw useless girlfriend is useless.
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Ubermensch Day #111: Proletariat Dreams (2012-02-09 02:02)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 638 minutes). Today I
practiced the koan ”What is your face like before your parents were born?” It baffles me. What is a
koan? Answering a koan requires a student to let go of conceptual thinking and of the logical way
we order the world, so that insight into sunyata arises naturally and spontaneously in the mind.
Exercise like a War God: [Current gym schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Friday]
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 e-pages of ”American Psycho” by Bret Ellis. (Progress:
100/358 pages on e-reader. Total hard-cover page count: 416 pages). A re-occuring theme in
this book: talk about clothing name brands, going to the clubs and bars, and coke. Okay Patrick
Bateman. jpg
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 2175 minutes)
Current learning method is 15 minutes review of the pervious lessons, then 15 minutes learn-
ing new vocabulary.
Learning a new language is studying the pronouns, nouns, verbs, adjectives, then stitching it
together with grammar. So I can learn random words like ”cat, ”fuck”, and ”mother” ... then, while
conversing with a Korean, I point to a cat, and say ”THAT MOTHER FUCKIN’ CAT!”
I’m also use every memory ”hacks” and studying tricks in the book for language studying.
For example, it’s well known that using visual imageries. When I’m learning hangul, the character
”D” is pronounced ”ah”. I imagine the circle is an egg falling down from a wall, and going ”ahhhhhh!”
Or - if I’m practicing a word like Ýù (restaurant), I would yell out loud, ”YO LET’S GO
TO THE Ýù! Ýù! God damn Ýù. And troll the waitress. Ýù? Yeah, let’s go”.
I would use today’s vocabulary and use it in sentences, like ”ÅÈ (mom) you wanna go to
the Ýù (restaurant) Or x˜_(Karaoke). LA LA LA LA x˜_”
Review:
ÅÈ (um ma) = mother (informal, like saying ”mom”)
D` (ah bba) = father (informal, like saying ”dad”)
´8È (ah mon knee) = mother (formal way, and traditionally)
D„À (ah paul gee) = father (formal way, and traditionally)
Practice:
Ýù (shik done) = restaurant
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¸0Ñ (go gi jeep) = BBQ house
x˜_ (no ray bung) = Karaoke
t˜ (kafe peh) = cafe shop
ø” (me sue quwan) = art gallery
Word of the day: tautology / noun / needless repetition of an idea. Example: a black’s man
racial tautology
Watch something inspiration: 1 episode of Ergo Proxy (Progress: 15/23). One of the most
boring episode ever - Vincent goes on a gameshow and answers a bunch of questions. Whoppee.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Renting vs Buying, Part II, 9 minutes. Sal rails
against buying a home, because it’s a losing proposition. Of course - the video was made back in
2009, now it’s 2012, and foreclosed homes everywhere with the banks taking the homes back. Jew
Master 9000.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Wrote 2 articles, 1200 words.
I haven’t seen any sales in 7 days across my various affiliate accounts - WHY?! Nigga I mad.
(Highest commission day for February was $57)
Nothing much have changed, one of my health niche website is reaching a steady 60 visitors
per day. Maybe because, in one of my health niche site, the new year resolution crowd has died down
and they’re not buying the pills. Hm.
At any rate, I have to adopt the same mentality as going to the gym - slowly, steady progress. If I
really need money, I can always play poker ... or get a job. (LOL)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Back in 2009 and 2010, I was seriously considering living in a van - yeah, like literally. Then
upgrade to a motorhome and travel the country.
Luckily, it was just a phase. The phase taught me simplicity, which is cool. But I realize
living in an RV is what old people do, and quite frankly, it’s a proletariat’s dream. ”Hey girl, wanna
go back to my home? It’s an RV”
A common story: a lawyer who quits his stressful 6 six figures job to persue a life of simplic-
ity. I already experienced a life of simplicity, now it’s time to become a ruthless entrepeneur making
7 figures yearly - and staying there.
I have aligned and fully committed myself as an INTJ villain.
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Ubermensch Day #112: Will Power Redefined (2012-02-10 04:27)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 653 minutes). Today I
meditated on my morality.
Imagine your life as a train passenger. The train is relentless speeding towards a cliff, and it
will plunge down into the ravine, resulting in a huge explosion. Me, you, your mother, and a bunch
of people dies.
We cannot get off the train. Everyday we eat, chit chat, shit, and masturbate when nobody
is looking. We know the train is going to plunge off a cliff and we’re all going to die, but we pretend
it won’t happen anytime soon.
A fitting metaphor for life; how quaint.
Exercise like a War God: marched to the gym in so-so Canadian weather, did my squats,
bench and calves raise like a boss. My new regimen is lifting heavy with little rest, so I’m in and out
of the gym in 30 minutes flat.
A gym bro who I ocassionally talk to, the conversation goes like this:
Me: So, did you get laid?
Him: I’m in a relationship
Me: Oh, congrats.
Him: No really, I don’t care about the relationship (Translation: his girlfriend is fat and
frumpy)
Me: How did you meet her?
Him: Internet forum meetup
Me: What? Haha.
I’m going to avoid talking to him simply based on principles.
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 e-pages of ”American Psycho” by Bret Ellis. (Progress:
125/358 pages on e-reader. Total hard-cover page count: 416 pages).
Patrick Bateman is a prententious SWPL, reading the book is hilarious because I encountered
a fat Asian girl in her late 20s who tried sooooooo hard to be SWPL. It would be a long post if
I were to rant about her SWPLness - I’ll save this for another post ... but if you been around
SWPL, you know how pretentious they are. [I’m pretentious but they’re pretentious to the point of
obnoxiousness]
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Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 2305 minutes)
Review:
Ýù (shik done) = restaurant
¸0Ñ (go gi jeep) = BBQ house
x˜_ (no ray bung) = Karaoke
t˜ (kafe peh) = cafe shop
ø” (me sue quwan) = art gallery
Practice:
¸< (pun moo quwan) = museum
üQ° (shyo ping mol) = shopping mall
"T¸ (peck hwa chum) = department store
ù¥ (geuk jung) = movie threatre
Word of the day: taxonomy / noun / the science or technique of classification. Example:
See that chick with the short mini skirt during broad day light? According to my taxonomy, she’s a
certified whore.
Watch something inspiration: 1 episode of Ergo Proxy (Progress: 15/23). The episode con-
sist of Real doing calisthenic exercises in her bras and panties. Hmm, hot. Overall, an interesting
episode (but I think this episode and last was a filler)
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Renting vs Buying (detailed analysis), 15 minutes.
Using a spread sheet with complex mathematical formulas, Sol explains why mortgaging a house can
be a losing proposition over the long run.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Wrote 1200 words, 2 articles.
Yeah, made a sale today! Don’t know why I was panicking like a little bitch yesterday, must
be stress.
Current daily earnings is fluctuating between $5 to $57, I need to work hard enough so the
daily earnings is a constant $100+. If I could just hit the $100+ per day barrier, I wouldn’t bitch
about paying for the SEO automation ( $150 per month)
In any case, I’m adopting a different strategy, after thinking last night: instead of promoting
popular product(s) with fierce competition, I’m going ”under the radar” by promoting Amazon
products that have demands yet tiny competition I could easily crush.
[by fierce competition, I mean a product where super affiliates, Joe Blow and their dogs are
promoting it. Something you would see for a popular clickbank products]
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Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
When we notice a body builder pumping weights at the gym for 3 hours per day, everyday ...
we think: ”Wow, he must have a strong will power - or on steroids!”
Or we notice an an Asian student studying 3 hours per day, everyday ... we think: ”THOSE
ASIANS, HOW DO THEY DO IT?!”
The ”secret”: They kept practicing and become accustomed to the habit. So pumping weight
for 3 hours no longer seems like a big deal, because the body builder have slowly build the tolerance
over the years.
A common novice mistake is ”not paying the dues”.
They immediately jump in and want elite performance. They want to pump weight 3 hours
a day; they want to study 3 hours per day. Their enthusiasm is good but they will drop out within
10 days. (I’m #1 at this - done it so many times in the past)
Then, they’ll wait until January 01 next year to try again, ”because everyone is doing it”.
The secret is starting small - set ridiculously easy goals. For someone who rarely read books,
try 1 page per day. For someone who rarely exercise, try 5 minutes per day.
Instill the daily habits - you have a life time to become great. There’s no rush (unless you’re
Ubermensch)
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Today while shopping for clothes (Zara), I saw a Korean guy in his early 20s shopping for
clothes ... with his mom!
His mom is a classy MILF, and judging by her attire, an affluent one.
The son picks out his clothes, under the watchful eyes of his mom. He gives the clothes to
his mom, and she buys it for him. LOL. Damn right I’m judging you, Korean guy.
When purchasing the clothes, I told the cashier with a sarcastic grin: ”You know, it would
be awesome ... if my mom buys me clothes”.
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Ubermensch Day #113: Journaling Improvement (SATURDAY)
(2012-02-12 05:15)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 668 minutes). A cat
meditates all the time; it’s in the present moment, freed from past worries and future anxiety. It’s
hard to catch a feral cat simply because it has present awareness 99 percent of the time.
Today wasn’t a conductive meditation session, simply because I’m antsy. But that’s okay - I
sat daily, whether I like it or not.
Exercise like a War God: rest day [Current schedule: Monday - Wednesday - Friday].
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 e-pages of ”American Psycho” by Bret Ellis. (Progress:
150/358 pages on e-reader. Total hard-cover page count: 416 pages). I can see why Patrick Bateman
is a popular internet meme - he’s an egocentric maniac that killed a homeless black man and a limp
wrist gay guy.
Learn a foreign language: n/a
Watch something inspiration: n/a
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: n/a
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!): n/a [Made $31 in clickbank today. W00t]
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
99 percent of successful people - both past and present - kept a journal of some sort.
To start a journal, you can try something simple like Wordpress.com or
http://rednotebook.sourceforge.net/ (both are free. I’m currently using rednote book, then I
paste it into wordpress)
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Here’s a good template that you can use for your journal entries:
Day #[fill number here]: [title, summary of your day?]
How was your day:
[What happened that day, did you set the goals that you wanted to accomplish?]
What needs to be changed:
[What are the mental barriers? What are you doing ”wrong” that needs to be fixed?]
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Person notes:
[Personal rants, and notes here]
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Busy day socializing, thus not getting things done. Posting this at midnight – the day went
by way too quick. Came back home at 9:00 PM, and freezing my balls off. Holy shit it’s cold outside.
In any case, tomorrow is Sunday, time to bunker down and work hard.
Ubermensch Day #114: Productivity Hacks Collection (Sunday)
(2012-02-12 23:39)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 683 minutes). Time
is subjective - a 15 minutes meditation session feels like 10 minutes now. Monks who do sesshin
sessions (week long meditation retreat) usually meditate up to 14 hours per day. How interesting is
that?
Exercise like a War God: rest day [Current schedule: Monday - Wednesday - Friday].
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 e-pages of ”American Psycho” by Bret Ellis. (Progress:
175/358 pages on e-reader. Total hard-cover page count: 416 pages). I don’t find joy in reading
anymore - I’m not sure if it’s chronic fatigue, or reading crappy literature, or reading too much.
Learn a foreign language: Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total
accumulated time starting at Dec 01 2011: 2335 minutes)
Review:
Ýù (shik done) = restaurant
¸0Ñ (go gi jeep) = BBQ house
x˜_ (no ray bung) = Karaoke
t˜ (kafe peh) = cafe shop
ø” (me sue quwan) = art gallery
¸< (pun moo quwan) = museum
üQ° (shyo ping mol) = shopping mall
"T¸ (peck hwa chum) = department store
ù¥ (geuk jung) = movie threatre
Practice:
˜ (nah) = I (informal)
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¸ (chou) = I (more formal)
(no) = you
| (yeah) = hey
\ (weh) = Why?
ÝØ (sung sen neem) = teacher
D¸( (a joe shii) = man
Word of the day: inculcate / verb / to cause or influence (someone) to accept an idea or
feeling. Example: inculcate little children with religious ”facts”.
Watch something inspiration: 1 episode of Ergo Proxy (Progress: 17/23). Interesting episode,
the police chief let his emotions got the better of him, and he betrays the regent. Highly recom-
mended anime.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: The housing price conundrum, 9 minutes. In 2006,
the housing price rised higher then any period of America’s history. How is that possible when
supply is greater then the demand? Weird. In the next video, Sal explains housing hyper-inflation.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
So for January, the new ”test” site I made generated $100. Now that I got the simple for-
mula for making money (make websites that is promoting a something, attract buyers from Google),
it’s simply replicating it. I would need to create 10 websites up and running to generate $1,000.00
USD per month.
Right now I’m working on my second website, past 3 days have been fiddling around trying
to make the theme professional. Fuck that. Instead, I’m using a custom CMS and go straight to the
matter: create content, sell things, get the page ranking high on Google. ”Simplify”.
Otherwise, nothing too exciting to write about other then ”research keywords people are searching
for, write reviews about products, then use an SEO automation software and wait a while for it to
get rank high on Google”. Whopee.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
If you love life, don’t waste time, for time is what life is made up of. - Bruce Lee
The most power productivity ”hacks” I’ve learn thus far:
Parkinson Law: set extremely short time limit for completion of activity.
Pareto Law: Focus on the vital few acitivity/things that makes the biggest impact
Learning Ratio: 1:25 - for every 1 hour spent learning, spend 25 hours doing
20 Mile March: Finish a measurable goal everyday - no matter what. Schedules and ”Todo
lists” would be a sub-category.
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Systemization: standard procedures and streamlined - think Mcdonalds franchaise operation.
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I was in the mall yesterday hanging out some chick. I half listen to her incessant verbal diar-
rhea while observing body language dynamics between couples passing by.
You may think that guys walking around with a woman clinging to his arm is alpha but the
top tier alpha males do not let their lovers touch them in public.
The reasons are two folds:
1. It instills a low level of dread on the woman. ”Am I good enough for him? Why isn’t he
holding my hand like most other couples? Or is he checking out other women? DAMN THOSE
BITCHES”
2. It conveys alpha aloofness and non-neediness which taciturnly conveys high value.
Holding hands with your love ones in public is borderline beta. (something I was guilty of in
the past; but I didn’t know any better)
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When I was in the food court, I noticed a couple to my right. The guy was tall (6’2), hand-
some face, and nicely dressed, look like somewhat of a hipster. The girl was at least a 7.5/10 -
fashionably dressed, face symmetrical, nice body, face somewhat caked with makeup; looks like
someone who would work in the makeup department.
The interesting part: the couple wasn’t talking or even facing each other - they were staring
off into the distant. The girl was sitting, with a stoic stare. A face that conveys indifference. The
guy, standing, is feebly holding her hand.
As I walk past by them, I gave the girl a last minute glance; she was staring at me, her neck
craned to the side, eyes full of admiration (LOL)
Ubermensch Day #115: Entrepreneurship Terror (2012-02-13 01:36)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 698 minutes). I can sit
for 15 minutes yet my mind thinks too much - in Buddhist term, ”the monkey mind”. My mind
continues to be a fuzzy haze in the morning, perhaps I should meditate at night time, when my mind
is sharper.
Exercise like a War God: Woke up in the morning feel sore and tired as shit. Perhaps this is
chronic fatigue? After 1 1/2 months of heavy lifting, I’m going to take a couple more days off. Then
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do calisthenic exercises like this old man.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H78NP1WrXYc
Read a fascinating book: Read 11 e-pages of ”American Psycho” by Bret Ellis. (Progress:
186/358 pages on e-reader. Total hard-cover page count: 416 pages).
I don’t feel like reading too much today, feels like I need to prioritize my business more then
reading
Learn a foreign language: Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total
accumulated time starting at Dec 01 2011: 2365 minutes)
Review:
˜ (nah) = I (informal)
¸ (chou) = I (more formal)
(no) = you
| (yeah) = hey
\ (weh) = Why?
ÝØ (sung sen neem) = teacher
D¸( (a joe shii) = man
Learn:
D¸8È (a joe mon knee) = lady (middle age lady)
D/( (a ga shii) = unmarried lady
´/ (nay ga) = I am
(yeh) = yes
DÈ$ (an knee yo) = no
DÈÄ (ah mah do) = maybe
˜LD (na no ara, sentence structure is: I, you, know) = I know you
Word of the day: kowtow / verb / to touch the forehead to the ground while kneeling, as an
act of worship, reverence, apology, etc., especially in former Chinese custom. / example: the
betamale kowtow his lover on Valentine’s day.
Watch something inspiration: 1 episode of Ergo Proxy (Progress: 18/23). In this episode,
they go full circle - they traveled to someplace far to searched for an answer, only to go back to their
home town to see the final conclusion. 5 more episodes until I finish this series, INTERESTING!
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: The housing price conundrum (part II), 9 minutes.
Sol explains the housing market history, why housing loan requirements were more stringent back
in the 1980s, and suddenly it’s much more lax in the 2000s, which leads to a surge of more home
owners, and inflated housing price.
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Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
What I did today: created an opt in page (to collect emails from potential leads), wrote 19
emails (31112 words total) and added it into the email autoresponder (kinda like an ezine that sends
out automatically), edit 4 articles, with a call to action near the end for visitors to join the ezine.
Overall a decent productive day. At the pace I’m going, it looks like I’m making 1 mini-
website every 2 weeks.
Here’s the upcoming work load for this particular website:
Write 15 ”info” articles (600 words each), with call to action for ezine optin
Write 10 product pages (600 words each) promoting amazon shit
Dead line: Feb 29 2011
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Holy shit, I wrote 19 emails (3111 words) in 2 sitting.
For those of you who don’t know, the emails is written and loaded into an autoresponder.
Think of it as an ”email” that automatically sends out to the recipient every X days. The email is
part information, part promotion for $ $ $.
I wrote 9 emails, took a nap, then wrote another 9 emails. 18 emails, each one is sent every
2 days ... so the email campaign 36 days long. Over the long term, these emails should be making
me thousands of dollars on auto-pilot. I like.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Oh god, I’m experiencing entrepreneurship terror*.
The complusion to work day and night - I need to fucking relax but I can’t. I think that’s
why recently I have been feeling sore and fatigued from the stress.
Is this the price to pay as an entrepreneur during the start up phase?
This entrepreneurial journey is like a sprint and a marathon, I need to work day and night
at a breakneck pace until I have 50 websites up and running, each making $100 a month on
auto-pilot. Right now I have 4 websites, each generating between $50 to $150 per month.
Excuse me, I’m going to outside and shout at the skies for a bit.
entrepreneurial Terror article http://www.inc.com/magazine/19870201/4032.html
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Tomorrow I might not get a lot of things done, going to spend the whole day finger banging
the girlfriend. Oh YEAH / duff man
Ubermensch Day #116: Valentine Lovin’ (2012-02-14 19:32)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Spend the whole day humping the girlfriend in various places.
She baked me cookies, and gave me a valentine card. I gave her overpriced chocolate ( $14
CAN, WTF BRO) and a Valentine card.
I refuse to give her a rose for Valentine, because it’s borderline beta - not to mention, cheesy
as fuck. (Yes, I’m aware chocolate and cards is lame also)
I also met her dad for the first time. He seems mildly amused by my Korean. We talked for
a bit, I was a bit nervous.
He ask me what I do for a living.
”Marketing” I told him.
”You own your own business?” he questioned.
”Yes”. My face a blank expression to mask my nervousness.
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I got a text from another woman: ”Honey, are we seeing each other tomorrow? (Valentine)”.
I replied ”Busy. Another time”.
Such a dick move. But I don’t have time or the emotional capacity for her. Our love will
naturally fade away, as she finds someone else.
Why didn’t I tell her: ”Look, I’m seeing someone else.” Am I afraid to tell her? No. Then
why not? Too much drama. The drama lingers on my mind for days or weeks - it’s not worth it.
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Hope you guys have a nice Valentine day.
Ubermensch Day #117: A New Beginning (2012-02-15 04:16)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 713 minutes). Pleasant
and relaxing session.
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Exercise like a War God: What I did: 2 sets of vertical wall pull, 20 repetitions. A vertical
wall pull is kinda like humping the walls.
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Why I’m qutting the gym ...
After 15 months of training in the gym (started October 2010), I have gained 10 pounds of
muscles. I went from untrained, to squatting ATG for 275 lbs; bench press a little over my body
weight; dead lift for 275 lbs; over head press for 115 lbs.
I never thought I would be able to squat for 275 lbs, so that was pretty cool. However, I
also had injuries: bad hips, ripped shoulder rotation cuffs, herniated disk from dead lifting. At one
point, I thought my spinal column was fucked for life - it was painful just to walk.
My gym membership is expiring, and I’m not renewing it. Instead, I’ll do calisthenic exer-
cises.
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Introducing, calisthenic exercises.
According to Live Strong, ”gymnasts typically practice a range of calisthenics and full-body
exercises to train their bodies.”
I was shocked - because you can attain a muscular gymnast body without hitting the gym
(even ought it may take ”longer” - but I don’t care, it’s all about fitness for life)
I finished reading a copy of Convict Conditioning by Paul Wade, and now it’s time to imple-
ment the steps, baby!
Current exercise routine:
Monday: Pull Ups (2-3 sets)
Tuesday: Bridges (2-3 sets)
Wednesday: Handstand pushups (2-3 sets)
Thursday: Leg raises (2-3 sets)
Friday: Squats (2-3 sets)
Saturday: Push ups (2-3 sets)
Sunday: Rest day
Read a fascinating book: Finished reading ”Convict Conditioning” by Paul Wade. (303 pages)
Excellent book - he does a great job at explaining why modern gym exercises is bad for your
body, and why calisthenic exercises is the ”best” way to get huge like the Greek statues (they didn’t
have gyms back then!)
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The book goes on to explain the various exercises and how to progressively train to become
bigger and stronger - without going to the gym. I have picked the ”Veterano” routine, and will stick
with it for the 12 months.
A recommended read for beginners and veterans alike. I personally like it because it’s a min-
imal type of exercise - do it at home, gain uber human strength, saves time from commuting to the
gym.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 2395 minutes)
Review:
D¸8È (a joe mon knee) = lady (middle age lady)
D/( (a ga shii) = unmarried lady
´/ (nay ga) = I am
(yeh) = yes
DÈ$ (an knee yo) = no
DÈÄ (ah mah do) = maybe
˜LD (na no ara, sentence structure is: I, you, know) = I know you
Learn:
/ä (ka ta) = go
)ä (poo ta) = see
Xä (ha ta) = do
¸ä (cun ja) = going
[ä (pun ja) = seeing
\ä (hun ja) = doing
ÑÐ ¸ä (chi pay cun ja) = going home
Word of the day: gauche / adjective / lacking social grace, sensitivity, or acuteness. The
gauche neckbeard belched on the baby, then chortled.
Watch something inspiration: 2 episode of Ergo Proxy (Progress: 19/23). Espisode 20 is
about split personality, it’s such a mind fuck of an anime, similar to the movie ”Fight Club”.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: The housing price conundrum (part 3). Sal ex-
plains a bit about the mortgage industry, how people get loans from mortgage brokers, and mortgage
brokers sell the leads to investment bank, then the investment banks sell the leads to investors.
Hmm.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
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Wrote a 600 words product review for new website promoting Amazon product.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
I’m going back to the hustler’s life - playing poker at the casino. Playing at 1/2 NL with
$200 max buyin, my average win rate is $16 (win rate is calculated by adding all the loses and wins,
then divide the hours played) It’s the closest thing to ”fast money”, aside from trading stocks. Let
me tell you ... making $900 in one night in cash feels good.
I played poker exclusively during 2011, and the downfall of my short poker career was alco-
hol. I was tired and sick, and didn’t have my head on straight, which lead to making bad decisions
at the poker table (ie, losing money)
[And yes, losing $200 in 1 hand sucks but that’s the price of short term variance, when you’re 80
percent favorite to win and the guy’s at 20 percent]
The plan? Be more humble, stop being cocky, and play excellent poker. Learn new poker
concepts everyday and apply it to the table, then gradually move up stakes. (I’ll continue making
money onlines, of course)
Since the weather is getting warmer, I can return to the casino and play. It’s going to be
more hectic in the upcoming months.
It’s going to be hard, but I’ll try my best to update this blog. If I miss any days, I’ll write
the backlog and post on this website.
Wish me luck. :)
Ubermensch Day #118: Training Days (2012-02-16 12:32)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
”Maybe I should sleep under the bridge” I mused to myself.
So the poker degeneracy begins.
After a 4 months break from poker, I came back to play.
I sat down and play, my mind a hazy tunnel. Sitting on the bus for 2 hours to the casino is
tiring. I quickly lose $200 from making hero calls on the river, I had the nut flush against a guy slow
played flopped full house. I had AA against a guy’s backdoor flush on the river. Etc.
I was emo; time to curl up in the corner and die.
Then I rebought back in for $100 and went on a heater - won 5 big pots in a row, and was
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sitting on $550.
I crushed some guy with a set of 44 on a Q46 board, he shoves all in for $80 with JQ (wtf?); I had
the nut straight on the turn with 57, I checked. Some guy bets, another guy calls, I raise 3x, some
chick shoves for $80 with two pairs (LOL), I instant call and take down the pot. I also flopped nut
flush against a guy’s AA, and I had AA the next hand and played it a bit cautiously and won.
It was midnight, and I was tired. Time to sleep in the Casino’s food court like a degen! But
it’s cold, and the table is hard. I contemplate sleeping in a hotel’s stair way.
Believe me when I say I’m fucking candid.
I played from 1:00 AM to 4:50 AM, then went to catch the bus back to town.
Overall, 10 hours played, $130 made. Have to slowly grind up my bank roll, then move up
to $2/5, where I can make $20 an hour on average.
Well fuck, time to sleep for 4 hours, then do it again. It’s grind time, and the fish are out in
full force in Friday nights.
Ubermensch Day #119: Motorcycle gang and Poker. (2012-02-17 11:34)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks
Came back home, slept for 5 hours, woke up, took the bus back to the casino again.
It’s Friday, and the fishes are out in full force.
Some guy called $95 preflop with 34 suited ... at a 1/2 NL table. He had $250 or so? He
called HALF of his stack with 34 suited. It wasn’t even a ”real” multi-way pot, because there was
only 3 players in a hand. Then he turned a straight and won the massive $600 pot. Only on Friday.
An old grimey man sat at the table - I think he’s in a biker gang. I would imagine his hob-
bies include getting drunk and raping teenage girls. He started with $100, and was getting good
cards and got paid off, and quickly build his stack to $800. He got a bit cocky, and loss $150 ... then
$200 ... then he went on tilt and loss all of his chips. Heh.
ME, on the other hand, folded for 2 hours. At one point, I had AA with $36 in chips. Some
guy raised $7, with 4 callers, so that’s $28. It got to me, and I made a cutesy raise to $26. 4 callers
called, the pot was $130 on the flop. Long story short - I made a set of AA on the turn, and some
guy rivers his flush ... fuck this gay Earth. The pot was around $200.
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I lost $420. All in all, I ran pretty bad. I put in my money when I was a 90 percent fa-
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vorite to win but I still loss.
Losing money doesn’t bother me; what bothers me is playing a hand perfectly and losing.
Also, sitting there for hours on end, folding and doing nothing productive in particular (aside from
talking shit to other players)
Perhaps I should put my risk/reward analysis skills into Forex or day trading? Hmm.
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It’s 3:30 AM the next day, and I’m waiting for the casino bus to go back home. The other
gambling degenerates are waiting for the bus, too.
An old man - who looks like a Buddhist monk - takes off his shoes, lays down on the ledge
of the window, and starts doing bicycle kicks while playing Angry Bird on his smart phone. I stare
at him amusingly; he stares at me back, his face conveys a ”nigga wat u looking at” attitude.
To be honest, I lost my resolve to play poker. Traveling back and forward to the casino
takes 6 hours. (Yes, 3 hours from my home to the casino, then 3 hours back). I’m tired as shit; don’t
have the mental acuity to play poker.
Anyways, no more poker. Back to business as usual.
Ubermensch Day #120: Back on the grind (2012-02-18 05:59)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 728 minutes). The mind
is a mental sewage, and meditation is the cleaning tool to remove the ”impure thoughts”. In a way,
zazen (meditation) is about sitting and nothing more.
Exercise like a War God: did 3 sets of 25 of wall pushes (intermediate standards)
Today is the second day of Convict Conditioning. I did wall pushes, which is step 1 of the
10 steps progression. Step 1 is the wall push (easiest), step 10 is the 1 arm push up (hardest).
It’s really humbling doing wall pushes - this is an exercise designed for middle school chil-
dren. Much to my surprise, I can feel my pec, tricep and delt burning.
I will do step #1 for a month (this is for all exercises, including push ups, squats, pull ups,
leg raises, bridges, handstand push ups). This is a way to stay humble and gradually build muscles.
Read a fascinating book: Read 20 e-pages of ”American Psycho” by Bret Ellis. (Progress:
202/358 pages on e-reader. Total hard-cover page count: 416 pages). Read the famous scene in the
movie America Psycho where Patrick Bateman kills a guy with an axe ... to the face!
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
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at Dec 01 2011: 2425 minutes). Today’s lesson is all about verbs. I wanna learn ”SO ... WANT MY
PENIS INSIDE YOU?” to random Korean chicks in the club (one day I’ll do that in Seoul, Korea)
Review:
/ä (ka ta) = go
)ä (poo ta) = see
Xä (ha ta) = do
¸ä (cun ja) = going
[ä (pun ja) = seeing
\ä (hun ja) = doing
ÑÐ ¸ä (chi pay cun ja) = going home
Learn:
/• (ka ja) = let’s go
)• (pull ja) = let’s see
X• (ha ja) = let’s do
Word of the day: lugubrious / la goo bri is / adjective / mournful, dismal, or gloomy, espe-
cially in an affected. Example: The fat kid became lugubrious after someone ate her cake :(
Watch something inspiration: 3 episode of Ergo Proxy (Progress: 23/23). It took me almost
a month to finish this anime but it was worth it. The anime has philosophical underpinning (even
ought it’s pretentious). The anime started with a nice plot line, then it scattered everywhere, only
to tied loose ends near the last 3 episodes. Overall, an okay anime. I’m glad I finished it.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: Housing conundrum, part 4. (7 minutes long).
Like the previous video, Sal explains the lowered standard of mortgage requirement lead to the
housing bubble. That, in conjunction with declined of employment, lead to mass foreclosures. In the
next video, he explains why hedge funds exploit this to make the CEOs filthy rich.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!): n/a. (I woke up 6 hours ago and it’s mid-
night now. I’ll be working until 5:00 AM, however)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
#1: Return of polyphasic sleep
No more heavy lifting in the gym means I can return to polyphasic sleep. Current plan is
”Everyday Man” cycle, one 1.5 hour nap with 4-5 20 minute naps. So every 24 hours period, that’s
3 hours of sleep instead of the usual 8 hours. This saves a metric ton of time, so I can ... MAKE
MORE MONEY.
#2: Make more money
Make websites, make monies. When I mean ”making websites”, I meant marketing diet pills
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to fat chicks, overpriced acne cream to insecure teens, and pills for old men with erectile dysfunction.
Will I make $10,000.00 USD per month by March 31, 2012? Probably not. I knew it’s a
pipe dream to make that much within a short time frame - especially with a small budget. However
that’s okay - as long as I take massive action, I’ll reach there eventually.
Time to hustle - let’s go!
Ubermensch Day #121: Naked Crowd (2012-02-19 05:22)
Polyphasic sleep: Failed. I took a 20 minutes nap, then slept at 2:30 AM ... set the alarm for 1.5
hours. I hit the snooze button and went back to sleep. Instead of 1.5 hours core sleep, I should try
the 3 hours core sleep, and three 20 minutes nap, for a total of 4 hours of sleep.
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 743 minutes). I
meditated in the bath room floor ... in the dark. Like an emo little bitch. Feels like I have a million
things to do right now; I need to calm down.
Exercise like a War God: n/a, rest day.
Current schedule as follows:
Monday: Pull Ups (3 sets)
Tuesday: Bridges (3 sets)
Wednesday: Handstand pushups (3 sets)
Thursday: Leg raises (3 sets)
Friday: Squats (3 sets)
Saturday: Push ups (3 sets)
Sunday: Rest day
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!): Doing some marketing (ie, spamming) on a
new social site populated with middle aged women.
I’m building some landing pages (10), and uploading pictures (500), to test if this website is
a good platform for traffic arbitrage; should take around 2 days of work. I’m either going to bank
decent money, or fail miserable, because this is just an experiment. Will report revenue for this
experiment 2 weeks later.
Watch something inspiration: watched 1 episode of Chihayafuru (progress: 17/25). Nigga, I
watch Chihayafuru for motivation.
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: what it means to buy a company’s stock. (14 min-
utes). Interesting - Sal gives an introduction to stocks. Learned the differenced between stocks and
bonds (the first one is partial ownership of the company; the later is lending the company money).
And assets, liability, and equity. Hmm.
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Read a fascinating book: Read 23 e-pages of ”American Psycho” by Bret Ellis. (Progress:
225/358 pages on e-reader. Total hard-cover page count: 416 pages).
Bret Ellis is an excellent writer; his words paint viseral images and induce raw emotions from
the readers. Oh, and it’s pretty nasty that Patrick Batemen (protaganist in the book) kills his
ex-girlfriend with a nail gun, cuts her tongue and literally skull ****s her. That’s nasty. (Why am I
reading this?!)
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 2455 minutes). Current method is reviewing the previous lessons for 15 minutes,
then spend 15 minutes learning new vocabs or grammar rules.
Review:
/ä (ka ta) = go
)ä (poo ta) = see
Xä (ha ta) = do
¸ä (cun ja) = going
[ä (pun ja) = seeing
\ä (hun ja) = doing
ÑÐ ¸ä (chi pay cun ja) = going home
/• (ka ja) = let’s go
)• (pull ja) = let’s see
X• (ha ja) = let’s do
Learn:
¸´ (gass so) = went
´ (boss so) = saw or watched
ˆ´ (heh so) = did
Word of the day: furtive / fur-tiv / adjective / taken, done, used, etc., surreptitiously or by
stealth; secret. Example: She furtively glanced at his crotch.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
God damn, I hate crowds.
Today I was at the grocery store ... on a Sunday.
It’s not social anxiety - because that implies fear. Nor is it claustrophobia.
It’s more like ”Ah, too much people standing around, bumping to each other, breathing into
each other’s neck, shuffling around to buy something; waiting in line to buy things ... a wall of people
... oh god ... who let out that nasty wet fart?!”
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I do my shoppings on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday mornings, when there’s nobody at
the mall or grocery store (except for old people)
Ubermensch Day #123: 48 hours hustle (2012-02-20 02:57)
Polyphasic sleep: Had the first nap (20 minutes), slept like a baby. Set my alarm for 3 hours core
sleep, at 5:00 AM. I hit the snooze button and woke up 8 hours later. I need to discipline myself
to roll out of my and onto the floor or something. The trouble part is the waking up after the core
sleep ...
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 758 minutes).
Exercise like a War God: 3 sets of 30 vertical pulls. Griping the edge of the wall, I did 30
vertical pulls. A humbling exercise, because this exercise was made for people in rehabilitation or
complete beginners. I have to step #1 for 30 days... this is a test of discipline.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Spent all day working on this new traffic source ... holy crap, I just got 110 new leads into
the sales funnel (autoresponder sequence). I usually only get 2-3 subscribers for this list.
Usually when someone bid on these Google adwords, they’ll be paying around $1 to $3 just
for a CLICK. So it’s safe to say the targeted leads are at $1 each.
No time for Anime, I’ll be working and night for the next 3 days. Time is the essence when
you’re exploiting a loop hole.
Watch something inspiration: n/a
Watched 1 video from Khanacademy.org: n/a
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 e-pages of ”American Psycho” by Bret Ellis. (Progress:
250/358 pages on e-reader. Total hard-cover page count: 416 pages).
Learn a foreign language: n/a
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Declined to hang out with friend today, because work comes first (even if it’s a holiday -
Family day, here in Canada land)
I will be spending the next 48 hours working, with little sleep or rest in between. Mother
fucker! It’s grind time ... will report back how much I make, because I just discovered a little loop
hole that can make a stack of money.
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Ubermensch Day #124: Simplify III (2012-02-21 01:10)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 773 minutes). Sat down,
and meditated on this: my time is limited, why am I reading books that I deprive no value from?
Last 3 books I read - The Elegant Universe, Eat Shoot Leaves, and American Psycho - I had
to grit my teeth and read it because it’s un-inspiring and boring. I shouldn’t be afraid to drop a
book like a fucking rock if I don’t derive value from it.
I’m dropping American Psycho. Good bye, sweet prince; I’ll read another fiction book in 5
years or so.
Exercise like a War God: 3x15 knee push ups (chest) , 3x8 half pull ups (backs) , 3x10 knee
tucks (abs), wall headstand (10 seconds). Third day of convict conditioning. This is gangster - can’t
wait in the future when I’m doing 1 arm pull ups and 1 arm push ups.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Generated 150 email leads using this website that is like 4chan ... for women! It will take
around 7 to 30 days to see any sales. / sigh
Read a fascinating book: Read 25 e-pages of ”How To Get Rich” by Dennis Felix. (Progress:
25/251 on ebook reader. Physical paperback page count: 320)
Reading American Psycho was like pulling teeth; reading ”How To Get Rich” by Dennis Felix
was like sex.
Dennis Felix is worth around $500 million to $900 million. He’s the real deal, not some broke ass
nigga trying to peddle audio books, DVDs and board games on how to get rich.
Overall - a fun and informative read, even ought I read his condense version of the book,
”The Narrow Road”.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes
Reviewed and practiced of:
¸ÈÌ (go ma whoa) = I’m thankful / thank you
<¸t (pee gon hey) = I’m tired
˜$\Ì (na wae roh whoa) = I’m lonely
˜íít (nah shim shim hey) = I’m bored
°Ì (moo saw wo) = I’m scared
øHt (me anh hey) = I’m sorry
ø•˜ (ja chin na) = I’m annoyed!
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
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My entry posts became too cluttered. So starting tomorrow, I’ll have a more simplify post
entry; it will focus on 5 things: exercise, making money, reading, language learning, and daily
conclusion.
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After 120 days, my meditation habits have become firmly cemented. I will continue to medi-
tate every day, until the day I die. Why zazen (meditation)? Because I want to figure out the
meaning of life and death; why the sky is blue and why dogs bark. It also teaches me to calm the
fuck down.
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I need to calm the fuck down and do less things; revert back to simplicity in every aspect in
life, instead of trying to do so many things at once.
Ubermensch Day #125 & 126: Get Rich Or Die Trying (Yeah, nigga!)
(2012-02-23 05:18)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
If you look at the Ubermensch vision board, there’s on recurring theme: MONEY.
Therefore, I’m going to further simplify Project Ubermensch - the art of getting money!
Project Ubermensch - starting from today - will revert back to utter simplicity:
Meditate (15 minutes)
Exercise (20 minutes)
Read a book (30 minutes)
Learn a language (30 minutes)
Bust my ass off and build a business (12 to 16 hours per day)
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I’m not delusional - the entrepreneurial path arduous, like traveling across the African savan-
nah with no water. The path is also littered with failures, bankruptcies, and suicides.
However, the reward is tremendous: freedom from working at a slave job; millions of dollars
in the bank; the affluent lifestyle of fast cars, high class prostitutes with fresh smelling vaginas; 16
months vacations across the globe.
Life is a short trip towards death; my choice is playing the game of getting rich (At LEAST
3 million dollars per year, after tax). Entrepreneurship is a ”risky” game, but I’m not stranger to
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calculated risk - like losing or winning $1000 a night in poker. Besides, I deserve 3 millions EURO
per year. It’s my divine rights.
I’m confident, yes. But this isn’t about false bravado ... there are many times when I thought about
quitting. ”Maybe I should just get a job or some shit. Oh god, I have credit card bills to play.
FUCK THIS SHIT”, I cried to myself. But the thought of getting a job (for me, personally) would
be downgrading my ambition. A cowardly retreat. Like putting half of your dick inside a chick, and
pulling out.
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I took 2 days off to celebrate a special occasion with the girlfriend; She bought me shoes (
$120 pair?), I humped her sideways, and went on a ferris wheel.
A letter from the girlfriend, ad verbatim:
”Dear Boyfriend,
I’m so glad that you are going to spend your special day with me. Let’s make great
memories together.
I’m always excited to see you and love the way you look at me; I see the determina-
tion, sincerity as well as your playfulness. They make you really attractive and unique.
When I see you exhausted from working it upsets me as if I feel the strain that you
go through ... I hope that by being next to you, I can take your stress because you know
that I support you no matter what.
Promise that you will be there for me when I need you too. Love you :)”
Related post: [1]http://projectubermensch.com/ubermensch-day-49-relevation
———————
I pledge my alliance to become filthy fucking rich. (Yes, I’ll document my marketing endeavors.
Stay tune)
1. http://projectubermensch.com/ubermensch-day-49-relevation
Ubermensch Day #127: Don’t sleep (2012-02-24 06:08)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 788 minutes). Spiritual
enlightenment haven’t been found, yet I’ll still continue to sit.
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Exercise like a War God:
I sincerely hope that my muscles won’t deflate because of the lack of gym membership.
3x15 kneeling pushups
2x8 half pullups
3x5 hanging knee raises
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Creating a single web page to capture emails. Once they enter their email and name, it
auto-redirects them to a high converting product ... that nets me $37 commission.
There’s no doubt that video is mainstream right now. I remember the time - 5 years ago,
when Youtube wasn’t mainstream and bought out by Google. Back then, you can’t find music videos
- it was that ”underground”.
Anyways - video marketing works now, and it will work 5, 10 years from now. That’s why I
need to upload (aiming for a modest 1000 videos) on Google, so it drives traffic to the website.
Read a fascinating book: Read 37 e-pages of ”How To Get Rich” by Dennis Felix. (Progress:
62/251 on ebook reader). Dennis Felix is my idol.
Learn a foreign language: n/a
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Today I bought a wacom tablet, and a microphone - going to be doing Youtube Marketing
like a boss.
It’s the weekend - guess what I’ll be doing? WORKING.
I’m so tired and exhausted but I must continue marching on ... the march to become filthy
rich. So rich that I’ll bundle a brick of money ( $100 bills), and throw it at homeless people without
care.
Talk is cheap - that’s why I haven’t been writing much, because I’m busy doing - create
videos, marketing, make the monies.
A wise man once said, ”Talk is cheap. Get to work, nigga”.
I don’t even want to sleep, I wanna work.
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Ubermensch Day #128: Road Less Travelled (2012-02-25 04:38)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 803 minutes). Meditation
is sedation for the mind; whenever I feel like punching the wall in frustration, I remind myself to
meditate and ... calm the fuck down.
Exercise like a War God: Doing convict conditioning - this is gangster shit. I did the head-
stance, and then progressed to a static wall handstand. It won’t be long before I start doing hand
stand push ups.
What I did today:
3x30 close stance squats
3x8 angled bridge (doing a bridge off a bench)
3x20 head stance (20 seconds each; practice to do eventual handstand push ups)
This is the final form of my routine:
Day A: push ups, pull ups, hanging leg raise
Day B: bridges, squats, hand stand push ups
Work out days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
Rest days: Sunday, Wednesday
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Created 4 videos and uploaded it on Youtube, each video is 5 to 10 minutes long. I put the
wacom tablet I bought into good use. My habit should be uploading 3 videos per day on Youtube. I
got into their partnership program (adsense), so I could make some money there too.
I logged into an old Youtube account and this crappy video I made got 90,000 views. Wow.
4 years ago, I also created a video - which is basically a montage of pictures, that got half a million
views. But more importantly, I made $6000 off Youtube by promoting a gambling product a while
back, before the company went bankrupt.
Read a fascinating book: Read 28 e-pages of ”How To Get Rich” by Dennis Felix. (Progress:
90/251 on ebook reader). He talks candidly about building a business and going through the
”entrepeneur terror” phase - waking up in the middle of the night, sweating, with no money to pay
the electric bill.
Also read another fascinating book: Read 25 e-pages of ”Compound Effect” by Darren Hardy
(Progress: 24/122 pages on ebook reader). I saw it at the book store, and I was about to buy it. But
I was like ”Nah, I’ll download it off the Internet like a digital gangster”. This book is really similar
to ”The Slight Edge” by Jeff Olsen, which focus on the fundamentals truth - small actions over time
can lead to something big.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
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at Dec 01 2011: 2515 minutes - 41 hours mark!). Today is about learning adjectives.
Sentence:
t Ñ lä (ee jeep, ku da) = this house is big
t (this), Ñ (house), lä (big)
tÑ‘ä (ee jeep, chak ta) = this house is small
tÑH‘ä (ee jeep, anh chak ta) = this house isn’t small
¸ tŒ| ‹ä (cho camura chute ta) = that camera is good
¸ tŒ| H‹ä (cho camura anh chute ta) = that camera isn’t good
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
I orginally stated that I would make $10,000.00 by March 01 2012; it looks like it won’t be
happening. How anti-climatic. I’m not a dummy; I knew it wouldn’t happen by then - but it was
fun to set the bar high, because it drove me to MASSIVE action. I created a 50 page website, and
made $200 in commission. However, I spent $300 in SEO services, so it might take be another 1-2
months before I break even for that website (sigh)
There is agony, frustration, failure, loneliness and hard work ... I wish I was more robotic.
With that said, I’ll still grind on.
The reality of overnight success = years of hard work ; ;
Ubermensch Day #129: Re-newed (SUNDAY) (2012-02-26 03:28)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 818 minutes). Had a
hard time getting out of bed, my back problems flared up, from the previous day’s exercise. I tried
my best to meditate with a bad back.
No psychological insight for today - in a way, zen is about obliterating concepts, and pointing
awareness to the here and now (without trying to conceptualize reality)
Exercise like a War God: n/a - rest day.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
What I did today:
Created 3 videos and uploaded it on Youtube. The videos are embarassing, very amateur.
But I upload it anyways, because I’m honing my skills to make great informative and entertaining
videos ... for fun and profit.
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Researched on publishing on Amazon kindle format, I have an account. All I need to do is
write and publish. I should stop jumping from 1 project to the next, but you need money to SEO
(or lots of time), whereas Amazon Kindle store has build in traffic. Tsk.
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Videos on the Internet is here to stay, now, and for YEARS to come. Therefore, I want to
create a habit of making 3 videos for youtube per day for marketing purposes. That’s 1095 videos in
365 days.
(Currently making Khan academy style videos - but it’s not for true altruistic purposes. I’m
here to sell you things, lady)
I’m thinking of consistent habits - like creating 3 videos per day, and writing 500 words per
day (for marketing purposes). I also need a daily ”quota” - do it, or die.
Read a fascinating book: Read 45 e-pages of ”Compound Effect” by Darren Hardy (Progress:
70/122 pages on ebook reader). My favorite quote in this book is: ”There is one thing that 99
percent of ”failures” and ”successful” folks have in common - they all hate doing the same things.
The difference is successful people do them anyway.”
Some interesting notes from the book:
- Take 100 percent responsbility of your life (don’t play the blame game)
- Have a notepad and track how you spend your day (every hour!)
- Small decisions add up to something monsterous overtime (bad habits like eating cakes, smoking
etc)
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 2545 minutes).
Review:
tÑ‘ä (ee jeep, chak ta) = this house is small
tÑH‘ä (ee jeep, anh chak ta) = this house isn’t small
¸ tŒ| ‹ä (ch-all camura chute ta) = that camera is good
¸ tŒ| H‹ä (ch-all camura anh chute ta) = that camera isn’t good
Learn:
¸ tT| ˜` (ch-all camera nappa) = that camera is bad
¸ tT| H ˜` (ch-all camera anh nappa) = that camera isn’t bad
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
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Wow - so it has been 4 months since I started Project Ubermensch. I’m almost proud of my-
self.
Daily reading, exercise, learning a foreign language, meditation, and building a business is
something I tried years ago but failed miserable - simply because I wasn’t serious enough.
In 4 short months, I have instilled a habit of doing it everyday. I’m nowhere near my goal
envision on my vision board (see left picture) - but that’s okay, since I have a whole life time to
accomplish it. Perhaps I should stop being so hard on myself and be more patience.
In 4 months, I have cemented the vision I wanted in life. The hard part is toiling - everyday
- for years on end ... and when I do accomplish my life goals, I’m sure I won’t be anymore happy
then I am today. Funny, isn’t it?
In any case, I’m pretty happy with starting Project Ubermensch, it’s a life changer. What
will my life be like on day #365? How about 10 years from now? I marvel at the thoughts.
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On some days, I hate language learning. Don’t feel like it, ya know? But I saddle up and do
it ANYWAYS, because the power of consistency and momentum is extremely important. If I skip 1
day, it’s very easy to skip the next ... and the next ... etc.
Ubermensch Day #130: Morning Routine (2012-02-27 07:13)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 833 minutes). There’s
nothing sexy about meditation but yet I do it everyday. Someday I’ll figure out the meaning of life
and death.
Exercise like a War God: I’m paranoid that my muscles are going to deflate from doing calis-
thenic exercises, but we’ll have to wait 6 months and see. I’ll eat alot, and progress to doing harder
calisthenic exercises (1 arm push ups, 1 arm pull ups, handstand pushups, hanging leg raises etc)
What I did today:
3x8 half pull ups (back and arm)
3x15 kneeling pushups (chest and arms)
3x8 flat frog raises (abs)
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Today I wrote - more like dictate to text - 6,406 words. I wrote 3,500 last night before I
slept, and 2,500 words today.
Created 2 videos.
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Through youtube marketing, I got 12 subscribers to my mailing list. I said once I got past
10 subscribers, I’ll add 8 emails into the auto-responder sequence ... so I did. (Copy and paste the
emails from previous email campaigns, heh)
Read a fascinating book: Read 45 e-pages of ”Compound Effect” by Darren Hardy (Progress:
122/122 pages on ebook reader). I finished the book! It’s a short read that focus on the fundamentals
of success - good habits, continued learning, surround yourself with positive people, going for the
extra mile etc. Overall, a good and terse read. I would give it a solid 3/5 ratings.
Learn a foreign language: n/a (busy day!)
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
I really hate jumping from one business model to the next. But the fact is, SEO services
cost money. If I want (serious) traffic to my websites, I need some serious outsourcing or automation
tools - and I don’t have the money for that.
So the next best thing - Amazon Kindle publishing, since the amazon store has a ”built in”
market already. The traffic is already there - I just need to publish the ebook.
I’ll be writing a short guide (ebook), and publish it on Amazon Kindle store by March 07
(10 days from now) . Each day, I’ll write 3000 words. In 10 days, that’s 30,000 words - good enough
to be a short book. (With the cover page, table of content, dedication and author bio, it will come
close to 40 pages) ... I’ll slap on a cover, and upload it on Amazon like a boss.
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My new morning routine: (model after after Darren Hardy, author of ”Compound Effect”. I
like the routine because it’s streamlined)
Spend 5 minuntes thinking how grateful and privileged I am (not being a starving kid in
Africa comes to mind)
Spend 5 minutes thinking of the top 3 goals (business and lifestyle of the riches)
Bottle kettle to make coffee
While the water is boiling, do convict conditioning exercise
Meditate for 15 minutes
Set alarm and read for 30 minutes (no more, no less)
Un-distracted work for 1 hour
Spend 15 minutes reviewing my goals for this week, month and year
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It’s currently 2:14 AM, (Feb 28 2012), I’m working fervishly to upload my ebook into Ama-
zon Kindle. As a ”test” - this is an old 50 page guide (12,306 words) that I’m currently selling for
$17. I made $700 with it so far, I’m going to place it on Amazon for $2.99.
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This is going to be interesting, because I’m editing the guide, changing the title and cover.
The reason? Because I want to see if it ranks high for keywords ... for example, if a common phrase
people search on Amazon Kindle is ”Quick weight loss” then I’ll name my guide ”Quick weight loss:
how to trim 3 inches off your waist this week”.
Work hard, make monies.
Ubermensch Day #131: Kindle Book (2012-02-28 04:53)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 848 minutes).
Exercise like a War God: I never thought I would be able to do perfect form handstand
pushups but I did. First I practiced doing a head stance against the wall. Then I did a perfect
handstance against the wall. Then I pumped out half handstand pushups. Now that’s gangster.
3x15 feet together squats
1x5 half handstand pushups (against wall)
3x10 short bridge
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Yup, I published my first ”kindle” e-book on Amazon. I just submitted it, so it’s in the re-
view process, and I will know in another 48 hours if it’s accepted or rejected. (How did I get it up so
fast? I uploaded a previous published work of mine)
I priced it for $2.99 on amazon (lulz)
I need to see at least 1 SALE on Amazon for it to motivate me to do more work. If I get at
least 1 sales, I’ll go ahead and write another guide ... and another ...
Probably the most interesting aspect of amazon is, marketing isn’t NEEDED. Just like how
ebay stores don’t need marketing, because Ebay is already has a built in buyer’s market - same thing
could be said for Amazon.
I also currently have another guide in the making - I have 6000 words written, I’ll publish it
once I hit 10,000 words.
Read a fascinating book: Read 30 e-pages of ”How To Get Rich” by Dennis Felix. (Progress:
120/251 on ebook reader). Felix is a gangster; he gives the ”real talk” when it comes to being filthy
rich.
Learn a foreign language: n/a - my voice is shot to shit.
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
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Today I was in the subway during rush hour; I felt like a proletariat ... people getting off
from work and school, rushing to get home ... the pushing and shoving, the stoic faces, the grim
expressions on their faces.
I hate crowded public places, simply because it feels ... dirty. That’s why I go shopping on
Monday morning, where most of the working class (including white collars) are at work.
If you ever go to an upper scale mall during Monday morning, you’ll mostly see rich house
wives pushing baby strollers and old people. Students and everyone working in offices are nowhere
to be seen.
I like that.
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Business wise, I really *fucking* hate jumping from 1 project to the next - simply because
you lose momentum, and all the previous hard work is loss.
With that being said, I wonder if Amazon kindle publishing is a viable platform to make
$10,000 USD a month, if I keep publishing short reports priced at $2.99?
This guy (http://jakonrath.blogspot.com/) makes $50,000 USD per month - most of his in-
come comes from Amazon kindle store.
Or this girl (http://amandahocking.blogspot.com/) made over a million dollars on Amazon
Kindle, publishing her Twlight-esque books.
Ubermensch Day #132: Last Day (2012-02-29 05:35)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 863 minutes). In a
way, meditation is like relaxing and sitting on the toilet while dropping logs. You don’t try to
conceptualize the experience, do you? Likewise, meditation - or zazen - is about sitting; just sit ...
like a cat!
Exercise like a War God: n/a - rest day
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Created 1 video (7 minutes long) and uploaded it on Youtube. My voice is still recovering,
hence not 3 videos.
Sat down and manually typed 1500 words in 45 minutes. Publishing short ebooks (or rather,
reports. 10,000 words, baby!) is the name of the game.
Read a fascinating book for 30 minutes: Read 33 e-pages of ”How To Get Rich” by Dennis
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Felix. (Progress: 120/251 on ebook reader). Felix talks how ownership of a company is everything -
do not give away company shares.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 2575 minutes). I don’t feel like learning Korean but guess the FUCK WHAT? Sit
down and grind it through. Learning about adjectives today.
ø- {øˆ´ (ku check, cheng nee is so) = the book is fun
ø- {øÆ´ (ku check, cheng nee op so) = the book isn’t fun
ø- (the book) {ø(fun) ˆä (is)
lä mÑ (ku ja, kim jeep) = big house
lä (big) mÑ (house)
‹@ t| (cho um, camera) = a good camera
¸äÛˆ´ = The tangerine taste good
¸ä = ”That tangerine over there”
øä = ”That tangerine we’re talking about”
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Jesus on a pogo stick, I can’t believe it’s the end of Feburary already - it still feels like Jan
1. Time passes by so quick, it’s frightening. Now I truely understand when senile old people say ”life
is short”. Holy shit it’s true.
———————
My kindle book is LIVE on Amazon Kindle store! Well, that was easy. I thought the for-
matting for my book and cover is shit (heh).
Next up, I have to give away some free copies of the book in exchange for reviews on Ama-
zon ... wait for some sales, then repeat by writting another short report.
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Now I understand why establish habits is so hard, and why people fail at New Year resolu-
tions so miserably.
The fact is, starting a new habit is HARD. Everyone goes through a ”you suck” phase, and
it’s embarassing. They don’t see progress, so there is no incentive or reward for continuing on. (This
especially rings true for New Year resolution people at the gym)
In a way, people start a new habit or project with gusto and then quickly run out of steam
because they want the journey to be quickly over, because it’s painful (psychologically) ... but the
journey is LONG and there is no escaping it.
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If, in day #1 of Project Ubermensch I started publishing on Amazon Kindle market, I would
have seen money in my bank account, instead of circling around from 1 project ot another ... oh
well, live in learn.
A new habit I want to establish is writing for 45 minutes per day, it seems I write about
1,500 words during that time. Of course, I’m not writing for the sake of writing, but to publish the
reports on Amazon Kindle.
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Want to see my ”LOL” worthy drawings? Check out: [1]http://draweveryday365.wordpress.com
1. http://draweveryday365.wordpress.com/
2.3 March
Ubermensch Day #133: Human Nature (2012-03-01 05:52)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 878 minutes). When I
first meditated, I thought it was something special. After 14 hours of meditation, I think there’s
nothing special or fancy about zazen. It’s pretty anti-climatic. Where’s my spiritual enlightenment?!
Or - is the mere state of being free from mental clutter a spiritual enlightenment in itself? I would
love to attend Zen centers again but it’s too far from where I live. Some day I will.
Exercise like a War God: 2.5 KM forced march (also known as, going to the bank and de-
positing some checks), and convict conditioning.
The pullups are moderately difficult. I feel the burn for the push ups; the key is proper form
and not using momentum.
3×15 full pushups (chest and arms)
3×8 half pull ups (back and arm)
3×8 flat frog raises (abs)
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Created 1 video and uploaded it on youtube (5 minutes long)
Wrote 1500 words (write for 45 minutes)
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Well, I’m getting 5 to 9 subscribers per day to my mailing list (from Youtube Marketing)
But this means jack shit if I’m not making any money off the subscribers. *sigh*. The past
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week there has been absolutely no sales - there is something wrong here. I need to work more on
converting the subscribers into buyers.
Copy and paste another 8 emails, giving the email campaign a total of 19 emails, promoting
2 two products.
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I got Google buttseckz. My main money making websites dropped from page #1 to page
#50, no wonder I’m not seeing any sales. I just cancel my SEO service that is costing $150 per
month.
I really need to diversity into ebay, ebook publishing, information product creation etc but
I’m a 1 man operation, this shit is so exhausting ... the best bet is Kindle report publishing - since
Amazon itself has a built in ”buyer’s market” (like Ebay).
Read a fascinating book for 30 minutes: Read 21 e-pages of ”How To Get Rich” by Dennis
Felix. (Progress: 171/251 on ebook reader). Felix, the original gangster of the business world. He
got rich, bang hos, and did drugs for 30 years - and still lived to tell the story. His word of wisdom:
”As I mentioned before, it’s a nasty, lonely business getting rich”. He talks how delegating others
will make you rich.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 2605 minutes). I can touch type Hangul like a boss. Minimal looking at keyboard,
yo.
Review (15 minutes)
ø- {øˆ´ (ku check, cheng nee is so) = the book is fun
ø- {øÆ´ (ku check, cheng nee op so) = the book isn’t fun
ø- (the book) {ø(fun) ˆä (is)
lä mÑ (ku ja, kim jeep) = big house
lä (big) mÑ (house)
‹@ t| (cho um, camera) = a good camera
¸äÛˆ´ = The tangerine taste good
¸ä = ”That tangerine over there”
øä = ”That tangerine we’re talking about”
Learn (15 minutes)
P Èܸ ö´” (mul ma shi go, ship pie yo) = what do you want to drink? :D
ä< (cop pee) = coffee
ä<u¤ (cop pee mix su) = instant coffee mix
ÐÄä< (wun do cop pee) = brew coffee
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ä< Èܸ ö´” (cop pee, ma shi go, ship pie yo) = I want to drink some coffee
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Human life used to be short:
”For much of history, human life span was not particularly long. Two thousand years
ago, the average life expectancy was a mere 22 years”
”Two-thousand years ago average life expectancy was less than 20 years or about 7,000
days. It is difficult to imagine, but most of our ancestors kicked the bucket before our
modern legal drinking age”
”The life expectancy in prehistoric times was low, 2540 years”
”Men in medieval Greece lived to 37.7 years, on average”
Is the modern human brains ill-equipped? Are we still operating on the pre-historic man mentality?
The ”survival mentality” - have enough food to eat, make babies, and call it a day.
Does this explain why few people strive for excellence? Becaue our brains - our innate program-
ming - is not suitable for the long, arduous road of skills mastery.
But I sincerely believe we can break free from our out dated brains programming ... but this takes
conscious effort, which can be neurologically ”painful”. (Never exercised before? Try 50 pushups
everyday ... your brains will hate it. Literally)
In a way, striving towards excellence goes against our human nature. Your primal brains will tell you:
”Relax, you have enough food to eat and some entertainment. Why are you trying so hard. You’re
comfortable as you are, aren’t you?”
But the good news is: strive to establish ”good” habits, so it becomes automatic. We’ll no longer
have to fight against our primal brains; it will become our ally as we strive towards excellence.
The meaning of life and death still bugs the shit outta me.
Reference:
http://www.lovelyhealth.com/paleolithic nutrition.htm
http://www.fightaging.org/archives/2003/01/this-wonderful-lengthe ning-of-lifespan.php
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prehistoric medicine
http://www.beyondveg.com/nicholson-w/angel-1984/angel-1984-1a.sht ml
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Ubermensch Day #134: Ideal Day (2012-03-02 05:33)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 893 minutes).
Exercise like a War God: 2 KM force march (also known as going to the grocery store to
buy a big can of coffee). What else I did:
3x15 feet together squats
1x5 half handstand pushups (against wall)
3x10 short bridge
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
I wrote for 45 minutes; I’m not sure how many words I wrote but most likely 1500 words.
My guide is 9000 words now, I’m only a day or two from publishing my second report on Amazon
Kindle.
Ideally, I would write 3 times per day, in 45 minutes block, which should net around 4500
words.
I need to write good content, and subjects that are in demand (like ”How to lose weight
quick”, as oppose to ”Where to buy dildos on the Internet”)
Goal write now is write everyday, keep publishing reports, get ”lucky” (by lucky, I mean working
hard), and make bank with Amazon Kindle.
Read a fascinating book: Read 21 e-pages of ”How To Get Rich” by Dennis Felix. (Progress:
192/251 on ebook reader). Felix talks why you shouldn’t ”follow your passion” if you want to get
rich quickly. Go in whatever business is profitable and make bank.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 2635 minutes).
Review and practice:
P Èܸ ö´” (mul ma shi go, ship pie yo) = what do you want to drink? :D
ä< (cop pee) = coffee
ä<u¤ (cop pee mix su) = instant coffee mix
ÐÄä< (wun do cop pee) = brew coffee
ä< Èܸ ö´” (cop pee, ma shi go, ship pie yo) = I want to drink some coffee
( (cha) = tea
y( (lok cha) = green tea
M( (hon cha) = black tea
ä< Èܸ ö´” (lok cha, ma shi go, ship pie yo) = I want to drink some green tea
TTD (co co wa) = hot chocolate
Ľ (um yo sue) = berverages
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Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
It’s weird - everything I wrote down 6 years ago, I have accomplished to varying degrees. I
have worked for a government (military), played poker for a living for 2 years, and have generated
$20,000 USD through marketing on the Internet.
There’s no denying it - if you write down your goals - you’ll eventually accomplish it, to
varying degrees.
A recurring theme I kept hearing: most multi-millionaires, all-star athletes, and people who
accomplished extraordinary things have written down their goals and visualized it daily; this is
nothing new - it’s personal development 101.
Here’s what my ideal, average day would be like:
I wake up from my sleep, still half asleep. The girlfriend is giving me a morning blow job; I
pet her head. We proceed to have lazy, morning sex (strictly for procreation purposes, of course)
After hot sweaty sex, we cuddle for a bit, because I’m still half asleep. I tell the girlfriend
how much of a slut she is; she giggles.
After being semi-awake, I proceed to fix myself breakfast: organic oatmeals with bananas and
apples. The oatmeal is cooked in distilled water; I also have my morning coffee (french vanilla, no
sugar, no cream).
I eat the breakfast looking outside; I’m living in a high rise condo, on the top floor (we’re
living in the penhouse) The window faces the lake. I can see old senile grandpas and MILFs down
below, jogging.
I tell the girlfriend to get dress; she is wearing tight yoga pants and tees. I’m wearing a
black sweat pants from Roots, with a white Armani Exchange t-shirt.
We’re in the elevator, heading towards the condo’s private gym. I slap her ass and give her a
kiss.
I’m in the gym performing bench press, overhead press, squats and dead lifts like a boss.
The middle age wife - who’s attentioning whore with her mid drift tank top - admires me as I squat
310 lbs.
It’s morning time, and there’s only old people and bored house wives in the gym; most peo-
ple are at work right now.
After 45 minutes of working out, we head back home (a few short steps, and up the eleva-
tor)
I take a 30 minutes bath while reading on my e-book reader; today I’m reading ”Lords of Fi-
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nance: The Bankers Who Broke the World” by Liaquat Ahamed. It’s about the international
banking cartel that controls - well, everything.
I then proceed to take a shower, as I exfoliate and moisturize my face. I use organic soap,
shampoo, and conditioner. I make sure to rigorious soap my arm pits, crotch and ass. All done, I’m
fresh!
After I’m done, I proceed to start today’s work: I check my investment account on the com-
puter. I’m currently investing in some 50+ companies, mostly dividends; I yield around $75,000
USD per month in passive income.
I also get an email: ”Thank you Ubermensch for your monthly contribution of $10,000 USD
to Food Funds for Starving Children. We appreciate your continuing support for a good cause”.
I got on skype and have conferences with my managers. I don’t ”work” with the company;
I’m merely a ghost in the machine. I let the managers run the companies while I (intermittly)
observe and tell the managers what to do.
My online business asset is currently a mixture of affiliate websites and inhouse information
products (both published on Amazon and othe distribution networks). The company revenue’s last
year was $5 million dollars; I’m currently banking $3 million CDN, after tax.
It’s lunch time, and we head out to a fancy restaurant. My girlfriend picks exquisite shark
fin soup (It’s $90 for the dish, and I have marinated goat meat (it’s organic meat - the goat imported
from Mongolian. It was rised in the mountain side)
I also have an expensive glass of wine that cost $40 (the girlfriend drinks one, too).
The bill comes to $325.94. I tip the waiter $100, and told him it’s an early Birthday gift.
After lunch, I work for another 2 hours - mostly delegating work, answering emails and con-
ferencing with managers via skype.
”What you wanna do this afternoon,” I ask the girlfriend.
”Hm, I dunno. What do you wanna do?” she says meekly.
”I’m taking you somewhere special, baby”.
”Where we going?” she ask, as I drove.
We’re driving in an black Lamborghini Gallardo. I hate people tail gating, gawking and ”rac-
ing” me while I drive this car, but it’s nice cruising around in this.
”I’m taking you to ... Mcdonalds”. I say.
”What?! No!” she giggles.
”I’m taking you to the best mall in town, baby”.
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We proceed to shop at Holt Renfrew and Club Monoaco.
After a couple hours of shopping, we head back home. The girlfriend cooks naked, save for
the apron she has on. She makde traditional Korean dishes (Traditional Korean food are very
healthy and low calories)
We eat the food and get drunk on wine, then promptly have drunken sex in the shower and
in bed.
Tonight we’re feeling lazy so we stay inside; she’s watching Korean drama in the movie room
while I proceed to work for another hour or two on the computer. (By ”work”, I mean watching
Anime and crying during the sad scenes)
It’s midnight, and we’re falling asleep in our Queen size bed with duvets from Ikea.
”I love you, Ubermensch” she says.
”I love you too”
I pass out in a dreamless sleep.
Ubermensch Day #135: Micro Habits (Saturday) (2012-03-03 04:36)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 908 minutes). Meditata-
tion is about effacing the ego; I imagine myself letting go of my hopes, fears, past accomplishments
and embarrassments; I also imagine myself to be a peeling onion, as I keep peeling layers of thoughts
... ”concepts” of who I am, until I’m a single floating atom. Suddenly, I felt so light, as if I just
smoked a cigarette.
Exercise like a War God: Ghetto workout time!
3×15 full pushups (chest and arms)
3×8 half pull ups (back and arm)
3×10 flat leg raises while laying down (abs)
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Spent 45 minutes writing; wrote 1500 words. Deadline to release the second short report on
Amazon is Monday (March 05 2012)
I’m getting around 10 subscribers per day into my mailing list but it’s not making money; I
have to figure someway to convert the subscribers into monies ... even $1 per subscriber is good.
Read a fascinating book: Read 23 e-pages of ”How To Get Rich” by Dennis Felix. (Progress:
215/251 on ebook reader). Felix states the quickest way to get rich is hiring talent.
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Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 2665 minutes).
Review and practice:
( (cha) = tea
y( (lok cha) = green tea
M( (hon cha) = black tea
ä< Èܸ ö´” (lok cha, ma shi go, ship pie yo) = I want to drink some green tea
TTD (co co wa) = hot chocolate
Ľ (um yo sue) = berverages
\| (cold la) = coke
¬tä (side ta) = cider
° (ou you) = milk
° (mul) = water
l¤ (jew su) = juice
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Meditation - something I thought that was hard. Sitting - just sitting - and not thinking too
much ... it’s hard shit. However, I have systematically made daily meditation a habit.
Here’s how I did it ...
The first time I meditated at home, I only did it for 30 seconds. I did that for a couple
days; then I proceed to meditate for ... 1 minute! Eventually - over the course of months - I start
meditating for 15 minutes everyday.
Every new habit should begin with a ”micro habit”. It’s human nature to hate change; we
fucking hate change! However, marketers and politicians know that if you slowly introduce or change
something, people are 500 percent more likely to accept it.
With that said, you can implement micro habits for anything.
For example - hate reading books? Try reading 1 page per day. How about exercise? Try
doing 3 push ups per day.
Fact: micro habits is powerful stuff; the hardest part is starting the habit. Eventually if you
keep doing micro habits, it will snowball into something big.
Hope this helps.
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Ubermensch Day #136: Leonardo da Vinci (Sunday) (2012-03-04 06:03)
Meditate like a monk: meditated for 15 minutes. (total accumulated time: 923 minutes). In a way,
Zen is about giving up on your fantasies, hopes and fears, and being in the present moment. To be
content, like a cat. I now understand why people use meditation as a ”stress relief” tool. (Yeah - I’m
slow on this)
Exercise like a War God: n/a - rest day. I woke up sore, who ever knew calisthenic is so
taxing on the body? I’m pretty happy with my handstand push ups, I went from standing on my
head, to handstand against the wall, to half hand stand push ups. So close to a full handstand push
up.
Make a million dollars on the Internet (Yeah!):
Wrote 1500 words. Due date to release the second book is midnight Monday (March 05,
2012)
Ideally, I would write 5000 words per day, and church out hot selling reports at a god like
pace.
Amazon Kindle is still slightly undertap market right now - it hasn’t reached an saturation
point where every Joe Blow, his dog, and his aunt Hilma is ”publishing a book”. I need to seize this
opportunity and create best selling Kindle books.
I even bought a fancy pants keyboard, so I can type all day, everyday.
I’m not planning too far ahead, I just wanna publish 10+ reports on the Amazon Kindle
store and see some sales.
Read a fascinating book: Read 36 e-pages of ”How To Get Rich” by Dennis Felix. (Progress:
251/251 on ebook reader).
I greatly praise this book, simply it’s a genuinely helpful book - and Dennis the real deal.
He’s like Miyamoto Musashi of the business world; he made a ton of money and is writing this book
out of self amusement, not because he’s trying to peddle some fucking DVD and semester.
It’s as if Dennis wrote this ”anti self help book” (as he aptly like to say) as his contribution
to the world, his words a guidance for future entrepreneurs.
I put ”How To Get Rich” by Dennis Felix as the top 5 books I ever read, among with ”The
Book Of Five Rings” by Miyamoto Musashi, and ”Tao Te Ching” by Lao-Tzu.
Learn a foreign language: Learned Korean for 30 minutes (Total accumulated time starting
at Dec 01 2011: 2695 minutes). Touch typing Hangul (Korean alphabet) is easy now, and - after
4 months of learning - I’m somewhat familar with the language. As in, it doesn’t seem foreign
anymore.
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Practice and review:
\| (cold la) = coke
¬tä (side ta) = cider
° (ou you) = milk
° (mul) = water
l¤ (jew su) = juice
)¸< (pay go pah) = I’m hungry
¸$ (choe yeah) = I’m sleepy
??? (quin chan nah) = I’m okay
_t (kom geum hae) = I’m curious
Daily Conclusion - what Ubermensch thinks:
Leonardo da Vinci is the original Ubermensch. I vaguely knew that he painted the Mona
Lisa, but that’s about it.
According to Wikipedia:
Leonardo da Vinci was an Italian Renaissance polymath: painter, sculptor, architect,
musician, scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, geologist, cartographer,
botanist, and writer whose genius, perhaps more than that of any other figure, epitomized
the Renaissance humanist ideal.
How did Leonardo da Vinci became good at so many things? He didn’t sleep much - perhaps 2 hours
per day. He DID a massive amount of work; he strived to understand things by reading; his work
habits were very consistent. (He kept improving until the day he died)
Here are some quotes from him:
I have been impressed with the urgency of doing. Knowing is not enough; we must
apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do.
It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back
and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things.
Experience does not ever err. It is only your judgment that errs in promising itself
results which are not caused by your experiments.
Iron rusts from disuse; stagnant water loses its purity and in cold weather becomes
frozen; even so does inaction sap the vigor of the mind.
Obstacles cannot crush me. Every obstacle yields to stern resolve. He who is fixed
to a star does not change his mind.
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As every divided kingdom falls, so every mind divided between many studies confounds
and saps itself.
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I need to sleep less. Ideally, 3 hours per day. More time for writing and trolling people.
News! (2012-03-05 14:57)
First off, thanks for reading this blog. I hope you learned a thing or two.
With that said, I’m going to stop updating this website; it’s too time consuming. After writing
81,600 words (!) for this blog, I’m getting tired of blogging; it’s not fun anymore.
Yes - I will continue Project Ubermensch; I just won’t blog about it. Rather, I’ll fade in the shadow
and walk the lonely road of becoming fuckin’ awesome. There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that
I will achieve what I imagined on my vision board within the next 5-10 years. (see picture on left)
In conclusion, I hope you enjoy my pointless drivel. I enjoyed your comments, even the troll comments
(LOL, i troll u)
I’ll be on the long and lonely road of getting filthy rich - while humping my girlfriend side way.
See ya!
- Ubermensch
PS: This is only a natural progression: I stopped going on Facebook, then instant messenger, then
emails ... then online blogging. Finally I’m free from the grips of the Internet time sink (which means,
more time for getting rich and humping the girlfriend side way)
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