Why drama Queens and Nazi feminists aren’t exactly “winners” in the game of life – or fitness
- Life doesn't recognize drama, my friend.

Life doesn’t recognize drama, my friend (well, not unless it’s Oprah or some rot of that nature).

Or Sin and the City (sex and the city or what not) and assorted lunacy, Bold the Beautiful or what not, but the folks that made those shows are anything but stupid actually.

They’re pandering to the stupid lot out there – tons of them, “legion” as someone recently told me. Hehe.

He’s right.

And Nazi feminists are probably even more legion, along with the drama queens (well, all of the same ilk).

Behold what the “caveman” just saw …

I wanted to pull myself out of bed today but I couldn’t.

There’s some drama happened and the negative emotions suck me dry.

I know perfectly well what I need to be doing but I’m not doing it. This gives me a lot of bad stress.

I also know I don’t deserve a break just yet, but I’ve also learned not to give myself a hard time for underperforming.

Idk where I’m going with this post but let’s just say, I’ll bring my A game back tomorrow, you guys can check in on me✌️

No prizes for guessing who this is.

I’ll give you a guess – this woman had a “billionaire by 2025” tag on her social media profiles, while it’s now (today) changed to “millionaire by 2025”.

Apparently changes by the day.

Schofield would have a hey day, him with his billionaire (not) status. LOL.

But anyway, the only part of her post that makes any sense to me is the first.

Back in 2015, for a brief period, I DID feel that way.

I DID Feel like the sun wasn’t going to rise the next day.

But rise it did, and so did i, though it wasn’t pleasant.

I talked to some people about it, and none really supported me – all preferring to “not hear the tough stuff” as it were, and focus on inanities.

Fair enough, I suppose, given how shallow most people are.

But end of the day, I had enough.

And I channeled my rage, or anger, or sadness, or whatever you call the emotion I dont know – into my fitness routine “without even knowing it” which I ramped up very quickly to insanely “crazy” levels as some people called it.

Anyway, back to what Miss “CL” is saying …

If I had to give her advice?

I wanted to pull myself out of bed today but I couldn’t.

RM – Cry me a river, CL. Then pull yourself out of bed anyway. Just do it! The world won’t stop revolving. I did it, so can you. 

There’s some drama happened and the negative emotions suck me dry.

RM – Well, negative emotions can be countered with the positive if you WANT them in your life. 

I know perfectly well what I need to be doing but I’m not doing it.

RM – Well ,then you got YOURSELF and yourself alone to blame, so whining about it on social media accomplishes … what? Squat? 

Come to think of that, you posted something your fitness routine not being where it should be as well … 

This gives me a lot of bad stress.

RM – Sometimes, we get exactly we deserve…

I also know I don’t deserve a break just yet, but I’ve also learned not to give myself a hard time for underperforming.

RM – So, where do we stand? No kudos for underperforming, thats for sure, and no brickbats either. Btw, we don’t get breaks out of thin air. We MAKE our own breaks, those of us that are DOERS … 

Idk where I’m going with this post but let’s just say, I’ll bring my A game back tomorrow, you guys can check in on me✌️

RM – …. A game? Complaining about why “women are better to talk to than men”, about how male managers suck and female managers rock (without proof), about how “bosses need to be more caring and considerate”, and in general the entire world against the “Chloe brand of soap operas…” 

Now, I’m sure some may be thinking “what an A – hole he is”.

Perhaps I sound like one.

But not even the most critical of critiquers can tell me I’m wrong in what I say.

I mean, this whole rant she posted sounds like she’s looking for sympathy, tears, the whole she bang of “boo hoo”, “woe betide me”, “Poor Chloe”, “I understand”, other inanity …  and then … it accomplishes (to borrow a Schofield term he copied from book he borrowed (but never fully read)) F -all.

I mean, life’s tough.

Get over it already is my point.

Not to mention don’t mention your goals to the world, and inanenly change your goal upon the spurt of the moment, and then brand youself as someone that gives “actionable self help and improvement tips” (which is probably why it showed up in my feed anyway).

Neither are Nazi feminist “whiny” rants actionable nor are they “self improvement”.

Exactly the opposite, and I’m sure if you took her rant to ANY doer, they’d say much the same thing.

Anyway, my book on going from Zero to Hero! has 25 very actionable self help tips.

But they’re real world tips that don’t hand hold or pussy foot around the issue that YOU need to be a DOER and implement or apply what is taught in order to achieve success.

Social media doesnt make it on ONE SINGLE PAGE of either that book, or Gumption Galore, or any of my others.

Whining and moaning doesn’t either.

Blaming doesnt either.

And caving into the negative don’t either.

All for a good reason.

Now that I’ve said all that, well, THIS will be (in some way, shape or form) in the book on Nazi feminists. I’m halfway through that at the time of speaking (writing).

Lots of you will LOVE that book, though theres no drama in it. Just real life examples, and how to WIN and profit from the Nazi feminist plague as it were.

And fitness wise, same damn thing.

You hear people complaining about their lats hurting from too much lat pulldown, or “my feet are sore after my instructor asked me to run two laps! How dare he!” or … I lifted a lot yesterday, so I need a two week break!

Or what not.

All equal idiocy.

You do, and you do daily – much like you breathe daily.

Animals in the wild don’t muck around on “split day schedules” my friends.

The tiger doesnt pause for weeks to rest its hoofs, giraffes don’t their long necks, pandas don’t their mouths, and the deer certainly not it’s legs.

(and monkeys certainly dont complain about sore lats either)

(yet, I’ve seen plenty of human monkeys do and cry up a storm about ’em!).

Ah well …

On that note, remember to pick up Animal Kingdom Workouts – I did the “Noah’s Ark” workout in in today – an ass kicker.

I’m sore, tired, exhausted, and I’m loving it.

I’ll be back for more too!

YES!

Best,

Rahul Mookerjee