A pleasure-driven man is out of shape, in a mental funk, and suffers in silence.
This type of man lives in a cycle of misery. That’s fueled by states of anxiety, depression, and stress.
And instead of answering their call to greatness, they silence this call with porn, drugs, procrastination, and food.
They know they’re meant for more. Yet with this knowledge, they don’t step outside of their comfort zone to get what they deserve in life.
So instead of getting what they deserve, a pleasure-driven man thinks and talks about what they “could have done.”
They talk about the “old days” when they were doing things, but something happened.
Like a leg injury that stopped them from going pro. Or the scaling-to-the-moon business idea that never took off because of the economy.
This is a pleasure-driven man.
Then there’s the other type of man.
A purpose-driven man.
This type of man is focused, wants more from life, and will face any obstacle head-on to achieve his goals.
He knows he deserves more and answers his call to greatness.
He’s a protector, provider, and savage servant.
A purpose-driven man is a man of discipline that dominates his life while being a servant leader to others.
I tell you this because I want you to understand the difference and figure out what type of man you are.
If you are courageous enough to admit, you’re a pleasure-driven man, my hats off to you.
It takes a special kind of man to admit this.
I was a pleasure-driven man through my 20s and early 30s. I used to ignore my calls to greatness. Instead of answering my calls, I used to hide from them in a Barnes & Noble parking lot.
Fast forward to now, I never miss a call.
One of the calls I got is to help transform pleasure-driven men into purpose-driven men.
This is why I created the Modern Day Knight Project. A 75-hour personal development experience that transforms men to be purpose-driven servant leaders.
Click here to apply to the MDK Project in November 2020. This will be our final class of the year, and after 2021, the price will go up.
A person’s life can be turned around with just one decision: to become purpose-driven instead of being a pleasure-driven man.
Which type of man do you want to be?
It’s time to take control.
You deserve more than you’re getting right now, and you can get what you want in life.
The first step is recognizing that there are two types of men out there and then deciding which type of man you want to be.
To your success,