No-Pill #11 The Self-Esteem Hoax — Stop Caring What Others Think

— The Perils of Being a Value-Destroyer

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Got it? Good. If you’re a value-producer, you’re on the right path. You’re feeding your self-esteem, and in return, life will reward you with deep-range pleasures, prosperity, and happiness. Hell, you might even find love. But remember, life owes you nothing. You’re not entitled to anything unless you’ve worked for it.

You can’t fake self-esteem. Every pussy-ass out there tries, but they can’t and it’s pathetic. Instagram? LOL.

If you’re a value-destroyer, you’re a leech. You’re living off the labor of others, and that’s not going to do anything for your self-esteem. On the contrary, your self-esteem will wither and die under the weight of your parasitic existence. Change your shit, unless you want a life devoid of genuine happiness.  

You can change. That’s the whole point of this exercise. You can always switch to a value-producer orientation. But it won’t be easy. It’s going to demand honesty and a commitment to creating value. It’s going to be a slog, but guess what? That’s precisely what life is.  

The Rewards are Worth the Struggle 

Once you’ve tasted the rewards of self-esteem, you won’t want to go back. You’ll relish the sense of control over your life. You’ll find satisfaction in your productivity and in the values you create. And the romantic love, prosperity, and long-range happiness? Those will be just icing on the cake.  

So, stop looking for happiness in the wrong places. True gratification lies in self-esteem, and self-esteem lies in the confidence and satisfaction of knowing that you’re a value-producer.

Go out there and earn, so you’ve got some worth others and society will reward you for; and that’s lasting and not fleeting. 

Forget the clichéd notions of happiness that revolve around hedonistic pursuits. True gratification is found in genuine, earned self-esteem, a byproduct of integrity and industriousness. This hard-earned self-esteem is the cornerstone of romantic love and far-ranging pleasures, the latter being an elevated form of pleasure that passionate and abiding love brings to human life. These are not mere pleasures of the flesh, they are the rewards of rational, productive actions. So…pleasures, financial prosperity, romantic love, and long-range happiness are the spoils of an honest, productive life. 

Self-esteem isn’t some vague, feel-good concept. It’s an individual’s assessment of their own worth, rooted in their ability to live independently and competently. Effectiveness in dealing with reality is the lifeline of self-esteem. High self-esteem is not a product of wishful thinking, hopes, wishes, or luck. It demands a commitment to objectivity and honesty. It’s not a one-time effort but a constant grind. If you don’t keep at it, you’ll fail, and you’ll keep failing.

… And faking it, through dishonest, fraudulent, and lazy machinations and maneuvers might fool some people some of the time.

It won’t fool you…and that’s the only one that really matters.

Feeling worthy and competent enough to navigate this world is self-esteem in its essence. It’s that sense of control over life. This feeling, however, hinges on whether you’re a value-producer or a value-destroyer. Here’s a self-evaluation test: 


Value-Producer Orientation 

  • I earn my keep by creating values that are competitive and tradeable in the free market.
  • I’m a student, acquiring knowledge to become a creator of values that are tradeable in the free market.

Value-Destroyer Orientation 

  • I don’t earn my keep by creating values for others. I live off the fruits of others’ labor.
  • I’m a student learning how to exploit people using government, religion, or other forms of manipulation, exploitation, fraud, and mysticism to leech off the value produced by others.

Orientation for Positive Changes 

  • I will discard the usurper in me and learn to become a creator of competitive values to earn my prosperity and achieve happiness.
  • I will sever ties with those parasitic assholes who, through direct or indirect coercion, thrive off others’ efforts.

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