Rahul Mookerjee

Bit of a strange, and somewhat philosophical note to start off the email day on!

But it's something that popped up in my Inbox, and caught my eye. 

I never read the article. But the question it posed is pretty genuine!

If today was the "last day on planet Earth for you" (I dont mean for those of you going on space travel, hehe, apparently Japanese billionaries have joined that race too!) - I mean, if today was the last day you know you'd be here on the physical plane - what would be your regrets, if any? 

Answer honestly, my friend. 

Lots of people say "no regrets" but thats an off the cuff remark, not well thought out. 

For me, I thought for a good two minutes or so, which is way longer than I think about for this sort of thing. 

No regrets. 

IF today were to be that last day, which it most certainly isn't - none at all. 

I know I've done my best - given my best - in and at everything I've done. 

I know fitness wise, I've done everything I wanted to, and then some - and while I have goals right now, most notably the jump rope goal I wrote to you about - - I'll get after those too. 

If I wanted to start a business, I just up and did it regardless of the neighsayers, admirers, encouragers (usually none) and so forth. 

Regardless of the falls I'd take, if I wanted to do something, write something, say something, no matter how outrageous, no matter what the consequences, I've always done it. 

That to me is what its all about . 

When Jeff Bezos was asked this, he said "his only regret would be not trying". 

And, with regard to space, and his ownership of the Post - "when I'm 90, those are things I can look back and be proud of". 

Which I agree with Jeff on both. 

What about YOU, my friend? 

Fitness wise, have you done - and been - all you CAN BE?

It isn't an indirect push to buy products. 

It's a simple question.

If you had a goal to do 100 pushups per workout -have you got there? 

If you were once in super shape - and you keep looking back at that picture saying "I used to be like that" and wistfully wanting to be more - HAVE you done it? 

Have you honestly given your best at all- business, and everything else?

Have you done the right thing as far as possible?

These are just questions from my end, I highly encourage you to think of them for yourself!

Anyway, that's an interesting note on which to start things off. 

Back soon!

Best, 

Rahul Mookerjee

P.S - Fitness wise, if you want do something - try something - buy a product - then just DO IT, my friend. 

Pushups wise, for instance, think about it - would it not be nice and satisfying to look back at the age of say 80, and say "I did (or do, if youre Clint Eastwood) one arm pushups willy nilly - or, 500 pushups per workout)? 

Similiarly for pull-ups ... 

I know a lot of you on here want to buy certain products, but you aren't "saying anything" for some reason. 

Seize the day, my friend. It's the "Yuletide" time, if I got that right, hehe (my agnostic / atheist self sometimes does get these things right!) - GET something for yourself, DO something for your fitness. 

Trust me, you'll feel great once you get on my workouts, which is really what makes it all worth it!

Friend, 

There has never been a better time for two things. 

One, it is my belief that Depressions, or "so called" depressions are some of the best times to make money, or set the foundation for doing so. 

Before you throw bricks at me, take a look at a certain Henry Ford, or Marshall Fields, or ... countless others. Yes, times have changed, and no, they haven't. The basics remain the SAME. In any economy, any "world"!

And two, it's never been a better time for the Bozos, neighsayers, moaners, pissers, whiners, and perhaps most of all the "I told you so's". 

"I told you this business wouldn't succeed, you gotta get a jobbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb" go the idiots who have never done much of anything in their own life, never faced hardship THEMSELVES etc - yet, dispense advice on how to deal with willy nilly to all and sundry (usualy those who do NOT want it). 

I've seen this sort of thing upfront - in the past Ive experienced it personally, these days I'm seeing more and more of it in the third person. 

PIcture this, a guy running what you'd think is an "essentials" store i.e. selling utensils. 

He was forced to shut down. 

And whether covid had something to do with it or not is NOT the point. 

The point is ... well, covid did - that was part of China's grand plan, inflation, lockdowns, they know how the sheeple globally would react, and if all else fails ,make "essentials" or the procurement of the same more expensive for the  average guy, middle class, what not. 

But the point is, he was getting so called "advice" from some idiot who kept telling him "I told you, Amazon is the death of us all!" 

Now, Bozo is not necessarily wrong (not Schofield, he doesnt have the brains to mount any sort of argument beyond asses, both male and female and their innards - but the Bozo above). 

But really, picture this - other dude has to survive. Literally. 

You might not know it, or hear about it, but a lot of small business owners at some point live hand to mouth - a lot of them will never tell you about the hardships THEY face, but will listen to YOU all day. 

Thats just successful business, you help others FIRST. 

It's successful LIFE, more like. 

Relationships 101, or should be ... 

But really, with all else going on, the LAST thing that man needs to hear is "Amazon is the death of us all". 

(I wonder if other dude told him about all the benefits of Amazon, most notably selling on there...) 

(finding new customers, Amazon marketing products on auto pilot, Billpay's, much more!) 

Like Jeff rightly once said, has anyone ever focused on how people Amazon has made and continues to make RICH - not just stocks wise? 

He needs to be focusing on what he WANTS i.e how to stay afloat - rather than the panic nonsense being spread about - thats good for alcohol fueled discussions at night or rants or what not, but real life - it ain't gonna do you a SMIDGEON of good focusing ont hat rot. 

He needs to focusing on making his offers, albeit in person more attractive - especially given the current situation. 

Customer service. 

And more ... 

But the LAST thing , if at all, he needs to focus on is this inflation rot. True, he needs to be AWARE of it - but thats all!

People are just idiots, my friend - the ones dispensing this free advice. 

Pretty much why I never listen to anyone anyway ... 

Anyway, had to say that. 

Maybe there's a message in there for YOU somewhere, I dont know. 

And remember the Tuesday 50% offer I just emailed you , my friend. ONLY for yo u on my list, and no, it ain't gonna last beyond Tuesday, so get in NOW while you can. 

Save big - remember, only applicable on ONE order, so get all you can i.e. "load up". 

Best, 

Rahul Mookerjee

Well, well, well. 

Seems my rants (all very well warranted) on Nazi feminism and the lot aren't just being read - they are, as I've been saying all along what a lot of (non cuckolded and simped) men FEEL - on a damn near daily basis - especially if you're born after the year 2000 or so. 

Before that the effects of the World wars were still there, when (right after the wars) men were at a premium in most places (indeed, today, look at places like Russia, still the case! I heard they used to give Russian females awards for those that pumped out 10 babies - such was the paucity of people in general - quite different from today's vastly over populated coddled world!). 

Anyway, from CBSE Drops 'Sexist' Passage form 10th English Exam, Students to get Full Marks (news18.com) ... 

Since I couldn't copy and paste from that link, I googled, it's all over the place. 

According to the contentious section, "women acquiring independence is the primary cause of a wide range of societal and household difficulties." It further stated, "The wife's emancipation damaged the parent's control over the children." It added: "By lowering the male from his pedestal, the wife and mother robbed themselves, in reality, of the instruments of discipline."

Essentially, this was there in a question paper or something for some exam for students in India, therefore, had to be studied first in some textbook (I'm not quite up to speed in that regard, especially nowadays!). 

But what people felt was what was put into the text, and of coure, there was a massive hue and cry about it, now it's been taken down, students get full marks for the question whether they got it right or wrong, everyone is bashing the leading BJP for it (true, I'm not exactly enthused by what they've accomplished in India over the past few years, but neither has the opposition, at least, end of the day, BJP took a STANCE!) ... 

Thing is though, that is how a LOT of men - and quite a few REAL women feel. 

This "emancipation of women" is all well and good, but it has been taken to extremes. 

Female rights and equality dont mean the men have none practically speaking, yet, the liberals everywhere have made it that way, and / or are doing their damndest to make it that way. 

No matter where you might fault the ruling BJP in India, there is ONE silver lining - a huge one for me. 

They're NOT liberals in any sense of the word. 

Sigh of relief ... 

SOMETHING!

But anyway, I'm not for teaching this sort of thing to kids either. 

But, point being this - they're being force fed Nazi feminist idelogies damn near all over the place everywhere else, so I dont blame someone for taking a stance and saying it like it is (like I do, and no, I could care less about lost sales in that regard). 

More to the point - anyone notice the disaster single mom families are - in all regards - both economically and otherwise? 

When you turn over any and all decision making power to the woman - it is an UNMITIGATED disaster. 

That is not support patriarchy necessarily, but men are a very vital cog in the wheel of parenthood and family for one. 

The trend these days is to marginalize the men to whichever extent possible (of course, in my family, that has been going on since birth). 

But how does that work out - look at the stats for one. 

Then you take goose and gander. 

What say unequal divorce settlements - downright unfair ? What say "if women are truly independent, why do THEY get alimony, and mammoth amounts of it - while the man gets zero or less?"

What say visitation rights? 

Even in the families where men do live with their kids, taking the man out of the decison making process has never ended up well for anyone. 

If the man has any brains, he'll do what I did and go mgtow. 

Trouble is though, the kid can't do that. 

And a father is essential for kids, my friend - any kid. 

Ask even the most coddled and Nazi fem spoon fed kid - and they'll tell you wistfully how they wish their DAD was with them. 

That ain't theory I'm spouting, it's FACT. 

And of course - not a word has been said, even in India, about men being on the hook for everything financially. 

And the rare cases they arent, it's only so the woman can "do it her way or the highway". 

That ain't the case with a male head of the family. 

The woman often and almost always STILL has her say and decides on matters that are "female domain". 

Yet, the opposite case - females decide damn near everything, the men nothing - not even the "male domain" issues. 

My take on it remains the same - real woman, feminism, all OK and well and good. But when it morphs into Nazi feminism - or anything morphs into Nazi anything - THAT is where one needs to take a stance!

Anyway, it's great guirella marketing for the politicians too, hehe. 

If it was intended to be that, of course. I dont see how it could be anything else (CBSE is national level education, so I'm sure they anticipated the hue and cry). 

Anyway ............................. 

For those of you stuck dealing with Nazi feminism, remember - you can not only combat it, but BENEFIT from it. 

And unlike the CBSE - my book on it ain't going anywhere anytime soon, neither is mgtow. 

Get this book NOW, my friend. 

Best, 

Rahul Mookerjee

PS - I'm off to do handstand pushups now but before this - there has been an EXPLOSION of interest in the great course "Shoulders like Boulders" which gives new meaning to the phrases "power packed" and "pocket dynamite" and "good things come in SMALL packages". Truly, this course offers more value per WORD than ANY OTHER fitness course out there. Grab it yourself NOW, and see what people BE yelling about. 

(and if you have already bought it, please leave a review. Thank you!)

Thursday, 09 December 2021 08:47

Use it or lose it

Use it - or lose it. 

As I was working out this morning, I saw a baby - or a toddler, rather, clinging on to "Mama" for dear life - much like a baby monkey does to its mother. 

They were on the swing together. The way the lady was talking to her son (I think) reminded me of my own "wife" and daughter ... 

Anyway, sentiments and "the look cute" factor aside (or not) - the point isn't so much that, as it is "use it or lose it". 

Last night, I read a story about astronauts - or a "relation of the facts" actually. 

When I write fiction of any nature, I make it so real that I call "reality mixed in with a dab of creative license" as opposed to the other way around!

But anyway, that was a set of facts about astronauts in space. 

How they eat - shit - sleep - workout - all of it. 

And "seperate tubes for #1 and #2 aside" (use your imagination, hehe) - Glyn Bozo would have a field day, not to mention the lack of gravity would make his lard float so much easier - how they workout was interesting to say the least - and for how LONG per day. 

Like 2.5 hours a day - daily - no excuses, no breaks. 

If not, they lose a ton of bone density and muscle mass - that takes up to FOUR years to rebuild. 

I think it was >10% of bone density lost in six months (stay in space) and perhaps more in terms of muscle. 

Kinda like premature ageing ... or oesteoperosis "early" if you get my drift. 

To counteract that, they workout for 2.5 hours daily, so sometimes, these days, they end up back on terria firma fitter and stronger than before!

But it's another great example. 

Use it - or lose it. 

And if you lose it, you lose it QUICK. But it takes donkey's years to gain back what you lost, and not in proportion either!! 

Same thing for monkeys, and their insanely strong grips. On the Animal Kingdom Workouts page, I believe, I write about how chimpanzees can kill full grown adult crocs outweighing them by almost a ton - with their bare hands. 

If a baby chimp grabbed your finger - you'd SQUEAL for mercy, period. 

Same thing with caimans and jaguars, grizzlies and moose - the animal kingdom rarely stops to "rest" or "recover from their sore lats" or "not walk becaus their forepaws and hindlimbs are too sore" or what not. 

Look at captive animals and how MISERABLE They are, and you'll get the picture. 

Miserable... we'll get to that soon!

But anyway, for human beings - in terms of fitness - CORE fitness is the first to go - and the LAST to come. 

Think love handles, obliques, once you do lose 'em - make sure they STAY off. 

It's very easy to Get out of shape - or spend money for that matter. 

It's much harder to earn it back - both things!

Trust me on this. 

Good news, if you keep using it - you won't lose it - and if you do lose some, you'll gain it back pretty quick too. 

Same thing for your FREEDOM, my friend. 

I was ranting about the latest Biden nonsense forcing everyone to get vaccinated or trying to (thank God for Florida and the Southern U.S. - there's still freedom left SOMEWHERE! - drop in the ocean I know with Bozos globally, b ut still! THAT is why I'm a huge supporter of the NRA, this government overreach is just intolerable, PERIOD!!!)  to my Jie Jie Maria, and of course, her first comment - 

"You're just like Americans, freedom is the most important". 

You're miserable with all this going on!

So it is, yes. 

And I wasn't aware which pundit in the Universe deemed freedom to be an uniquely American concept for one? 

Freedom of speech, thought, expression, end of the day, when it's all taken away from you - a man's got his freedom, and thats all, my friend. 

Period. 

You can rail against this fact and say "nuts like us take things to extremes", but it's the nuts on the other side of the spectrum that take thing sto extremes. I mean gee, it's been like two years into this panicdemic, and schools aint opened in some parts of the world - travel is still all mostly closed despite people lining up to get panixated - who is being extreme here???

End of the day, freedom is what it's about. 

And the more you get used to losing it, the quicker you lose it - and the LONGER IT TAKES TO GET IT BACK!

Anyway, I told Maria the following. 

"America must have done something right, Maria", I laughed. She's a great girl! 

Very helpful, great girl, really. I mean it. 

"It's the numero uno country in the world". 

Americans must have done omething right - I dont think people as a whole woke up one day, proclaimed themselves the number one country in the world and just became that. 

FREEDOM at the end of the day was what allowed it to happen - along with a whole new country "for their own". 

Some idiot was ranting recently about Thanksgiving (a Chinese guy who is normally quite sensible, to be honest) and how its all about slaughtering Indians that gave the white colonizers turkeys, and not "enjoyng the bounties of the harvest"- which is the real reason Thanksgiving is celebrated (this idiot also got it wrong in that the US and Canada don't celebrate it on the same day at all)(. 

I mean really, the jingoistic lengths people go to, and this whole "anti white" bullshit, I dont know if I'm the only one, but isn't it really now being taken to giddy limits 

I mean geez, let Jim Crow stay in the past where he belongs. 

Anyway - use it - or lose it. 

I'm out. 

Back soon!

Best, 

Rahul Mookerjee

PS - Same thing for the great offers we have going on, USE the discounts - or LOSE them. All the whining int he world ain't gonna get it back later either!

PS #2- And what Biden, liberals and sheeple in general are doing to make peoples lives more miserable - or try to - is just a DISGRACE, my friend. Period!

Thursday, 02 December 2021 03:33

Converting defeat - to VICTORY!

Believe it or not, some of the greatest, most succesful and deepest motivators need support too. 

Oddly enough or maybe  not, the people closest to them hate them the most - closely followed by the legions of trolls eagerly hanging on to their every word, thought, action ... hehe. 

Which is fine. 

As Jeff Bezos once said, 

"You gotta be willing to be misunderstood for long periods of time to be an entrepreneur". 

Bezos put it in his own manner. 

I'd say it differently! 

I'd say "the bozos that understand all, but pretend not to". Hehe. 

But anyway ... here are a couple of quotes - old time quotes - NO videos, no inanities, just quotes - that have picked me from the depths of darkness - yes, I've been there too! - when I most needed it in the past, when no-one was there for me - when the whole world was against me - or so it felt - when NO-one had faith in me (a lot still dont, and I love it!) ... when people called me an idiot for doing ebooks instead of paperbacks, when people called me stupid for daring to start a biz, and so much more. 

Edison, with his famous quote on the problem most men have is GIVING up too soon. Most men when they reach the point of giving up do not realize just how close they are to success when they do give up - as it told in the great book "Three Feet from Gold" by Napoleon Hill, I believe. 

Or, the HIll quote. 

"No man who has achieved anything worthwhile has done so without at one time or the other, having one foot hanging WELL over the brink of failure". 

In the modern day, perhaps the Bezos quote of "never give up on your goal no matter how hard it gets". 

I know all this myself, of course. 

But sometimes, it pays - and helps - to read - the greats!

Precious few people DO though. 

Anyhow, why do I say this. 

Because last night, I watched one of those Amazon Prime movies - something about "dark side of life in Mumbai". 

A run of the mill movie, fairly so, but I love Kay Kay Menon - one of the actors in it - along with Emraan Hashmi, one of my favorite actors and one who unlike Hashmi doesn't seem to quite get the dues that should be given him. 

It's about six couples (I think) in Mumbai, all going through dire, tough times - the toughest - this was pre covid obviously - and how they handle it. 

One couple, hemmed in by financial woes all around them, contemplates suicide. They even get the pills to do it!

"Easy to find the illegal stuff", laughs the husband when asked by his wife if he "got the goods". 

Since it's their last night, they eat up, drink up - they even give the delivery boy a ton of change (like three spare meals) because he didnt have change, and told him to keep their phone too, they wouldn't need it!

They have it out with their rude landlord, they tell their old bosses to piss off, and so much more. 

All the hidden feelings - animosities - they get it all out!

End of the night, they discover living life "carefree and fear free" wasn't so bad after all. 

They never do commit suicide. 

Then, there are others that do. 

Some survive, like a young boy who was homeless in Mumbai, falls in love with a girl that takes him home, introduces him to an old "Uncle" who sort of adopts him, the story goes on and on until the girl OD's on drugs, the guy is devastated, commits suicide, survives, six months later, he's a succesful singer...

And many others. 

Including an impotent (apparently) cop - and the barbs he gets from his girlfriend on a daily basis. 

"You forgot the bullets!" 

"Your lock is permanently jammed!" 

Glyn Bozo of course would have a field day listening to all of that, but I was thinking, what if the GIRL had a problem - do we ever talk about that - and if the guy dared to say half of what the girl was?  

He'd be labled abusive in an instant, whereas the girl gets away scot free? 

"No fair". 

But anyway, cop dies heroically in the end - saving another damsel from a terror attack. 

And his woman at home is devastated and distraught, but thats a lesson unto itself. 

Words hurt and matter - whether or not people admit it or not. 

ALWAYS be careful what you tell the other person, my friend. 

As Napoleon Hill said, your words can plant the seeds of either success - or the OPPOSITE - in other people's minds - subconsciously. 

Some times, like in Glyn's case for instance, harsh words cannot be avoided, but in most cases, its best to do what HIll says ie write the words out either on the beach - right before high tide - or, on a sheet of paper which you then burn up later. 

Anyway .............

The movie, and the reasons for "ending it all" - were to me, frankly - LAUGHABLE. 

But then again, I've been through a LOT. 

Which is why people call me incaring (un) - and insensitive when I nigh on tell them that their problems are nothing in the grand scheme of things. 

Believe me, I've seen it all - and BEEN through dark times like no-one else has - or precious few have. 

And believe me, living to fight another day is what it's all about. 

As the old man in the movie said (my favorite) "even sculptures weren't made without hemming away at stone. Nothing good comes easy!" 

Those old men, people in that age group as I keep saying are really the ones that have it spot on, that I identify with - ever since I was young, for whatever reason, I've always had "older friends" and so forth. 

My Mom hated it "why can't you hang out with your own age group". 

Gee, Mom, like it matters.  

But anyway, living to fight another day, to keep the good fight going - and to convert that defeat into victory through sheer and utter persistence - THAT is what life is all about ultimately. 

I dont know why I saw fit to say this now ... but I did. 

Maybe it'll help some of you going through dark times right about now. Maybe it'll provide a spark of cheer to those that have "given up". I dont know, maybe someone will read these words, and feel uplifted!

As Emerson said, if even ONE person feels that way - I've done my job - regardless of sales or not. 

Anyway........

Being grateful is something we often forget. 

Often, my friend. 

And its probably the best time to tell you to be grateful - again - for what you DO have - and not focus so much on what you DON'T have. 

I know I'm grateful to all of y'all on here, and I'll keep doing all I can in this regard for as long as I live. (on the physical plane). 

Because I know lots of you LOVE my daily dispatches, it makes your day ... 

And that makes mine too!

I'm grateful, and thats what it's about! 

Chin up - shoulders BACK!

Best, 

Rahul Mookerjee

PS - Fitness wise, remember, you HAVE To be in top shape to "vibrate" at the highest levels and ultimately attract GOOD to you no matter what. 

THIS is the fitness system that will DO it. 

Tuesday, 30 November 2021 05:39

Should I be a movie star?

Well, well, well! 

The "you look like a movie star" rears its not so ugly head again. Hehe.

Jesus, TV personalities, Habib - I cannot think of ONE thing I have not been compared to. Or person! Or "personality!" 

Ironman. Triathlete. All has been said about me - even "swimming champ" back in college (when I was doing breaststroke in anything BUT the "right form" (of course, being what I was doing was survival oriented, the vibe snuck through!). 

Anyway, y'al know that. 

So yesterday, dude #1 - on the phone guy, you know? 

I saw him from a distance first, he raised his hand later to "acknowledge me" (remember, he was on the video". 

"So, how's it going" I boomed, walking up to him. 

I thought it was a normal tone of voice. 

"Rahul, you should be in movies!" the guy responded with. 

I laughed, and told him of the movie star comments. 

"Maybe not a star", he went. "But your voice, perfectly suited for movies!" 

That reminded me of my what my "wife" told me when dating. 

"No Director would pass up on the opportunity to hire you!" 

She was probably right too. 

They both probably dont know the hell I'd raise on a movie set though! Hehe. 

I'd probably enjoy the ladies ... 

But it does bring up an interesting point. 

I dont know what dude's perception of "star" is. 

But I do know, for me, and this has always been a strength for me along with my "chameleon" abilities - is the knack to "treat all people equally". 

I dont care if you're a movie star, jobless guy, a cranky "Aunty" or what not - I'll talk to you the same way. 

I'm polite and deferent when need be - to ALL. 

And I rip ass - when need to be - to ALL. 

And this is one reason I can connect so well with people across all spectrums, my friend, regardless of  language, culture etc. 

Now, movies - I watch plenty (oddly enough, despite my utter dislike of videos). 

But, catch. 

I ONLY watch the sort of movies that mirror the sort of lifestyle I HAVE - or would like to have (if there is such a thing!). 

If you thought "action, plenty of beer, hot women, and PROPER workouts and bodies toned by the same" - you got it spot on. 

And I dont think "those are movie stars, wow!"

Growing up and sometimes even now, I'll imagine myself in those situations - either consciously - or not. 

I could do a damn fine job of being a movie star if I wanted to. Hehe. Or anything I wanted to. 

But for now, we'll stick to being a caveman ... 

And sending out notices about sales that a lot of you have taken action on - and some still haven't. 

To the latter category, I dont know what you are WAITING FOR?

And that, friend is that. 

Back soon. 

Best

Rahul Mookerjee 

Tuesday, 23 November 2021 07:53

"Aamon ekta Kore!"

"Baba, aamom ekta KORE!" 

My Bengali is very weak!

That said, I could speak it in a trice if I really chose to, and leave Tom Tom's everywhere that claim they are the best at it - in the dust. 

Hell, right from the minute that guy in 2005 stopped me in front of Chung King mansion in 2005 (where a certain But(t)ler Bozo Schofield did drugs years later) and spoke to me in Bengali ... 

... Thoughts transmute, sometimes of ten times, you just KNOW!

Earlier than year,my mother had to come to visit me (my parents and sister actually - back then we were on speaking terms - SORT OF). 

They still didnt agree with my lifestyle though. Hehe. 

But a Chinese lady, one of those old school ole ladies on a boat in Hong Kong (in the villages) spoke to me in cantonese, despite me at the time not knowing a word of it, she knew it too - logically. 

yet, when in China? 

"Your skin is yellow!"

That ain't the only reason the Chinese treat me as "one of their own". 

Sophia, Gorilla Girl for one ... 

When I asked her where the niceities done to foreigners were - she never did it to me - she responded thus - 

"I treat you like Chinese man!" 

Hehe. 

I'd rather that than the numerous insults behind back which most expats get, I never have. 

(but a lot of those dancing monkeys deserve it too). 

That ain;t saying Sophia wasn't polite to me. 

(I actually once had to REQUEST her NOT to be polite, if you get my drift. Hehe)

Hell, she did things with me she wouldn't dream of with anyone else. 

But again ... 

You just KNOW sometimes!

Anyway............... 

I remember a case when I was hollering up and down about someone pestering me at home, next day, Mom or someone showed up, well, Mom did. 

And she acted like "oh my God.... you make such a scene!" 

(British English for raise hell). 

Oddly enough she ignored I was just apeing her own behavior. Hehe. As my wife rightly said, my mom makes mountains out of molehills - quite literally. 

"Bat ka Batangar Banati hai", I believe the Hindi is 

(pardon my proununcation!)

But anyway, I had a legit gripe, I just wanted to be left alone, no-one was... 

But same thing when I go tearing away on a cycle, or SPRINT, or what not. 

The "oh my God, so fast, move OUT OF HIS WAY!" ... 

But here's the thang, friend. 

It gets a reaction, sure. 

But importantly, fitness - super fitness- real fitness- is the same. 

You have to BLOW them valves wide open, friend. 

Slow and steady wins the race, but if you want results NOW, period, you have to combine that with the "oh my god" factor

And the course that will GIVE You the oh my God factor - and burn fat off your frame like FAT off a george foreman GRILL? 

Is THIS one.

Have at, fellas! 

Best, 

Rahul Mookerjee (and remember - at the time - pick up Animal kingdom Workouts too, which is level numero two, I believe there is a special on both of these NOW). 

Monday, 22 November 2021 06:31

Yours truly , the hopeless case.

"It's those hopeless cases that change the world ultimately", 

so sayeth the SEER Rahul Mookerjee - so sayeth he based upon his gut his entire life ... 

But why just me? 

Jack Ma, the billionaire - was not just unable to find a job during ROSY times - he was rejected from no less than 36 of them (until the age of 35 or so, he was branded a loser). 

Abraham Lincoln, a nothing and nobody until 43 - we all know what he did! 

Poets, authors, someone who dares to be different, even someone like Jeff Bezos - you might be surprised to hear their stories!

"If you want to do something new, then you have to be willing to be misunderstood for long periods of time". 

I'm combining two of Bezos quotes into one there. 

And, it reminds me of what Tim, a college bud of mine once told me about the same "misunderstanding" ... 

He didnt say it in those words, but he said "everyone is" - what he meant was everyone actually doing something new (which at that time was China, a relatively unexplored land).

What can I say, hehe. 

Except, your truly hopeless can provide you with quotes this entire list and the whole WORLD is familiar with. 

"You've ruined my whole live!" 

"You're a BIG MAN NOW!" (this by the way was said even at age of a spindly puny 13 - when I "dared" to shave with my Dad's razor. How dare I do what all real men do, hehe). 

"You're big man with long beards!" 

(notice the big, the "he eats all the house's food! hehe). 

"You've ruined all our lives!" 

What is really ironic? 

I dont need to tell you exactly who - or the "duo" that feels - or says this way. 

The sheer lunacy though comes thus - I agree with them. 

"yes, indeed an hopeless case", I said. 

Sometimes, certain situations, there is no LOGIC. 

When faced with Glyn Bozo, for instance, residing in the dark caverns of his basement - "House of Horros" with asses plastered all over, "what a fruit loop" would be your response - or a "complete idiot" as a customer once said. 

His latest "review" here proves it in his "mungo" avatar. 

But would you attempt to reason with him - or Nazi feminists in general? 

You could, but as a customer famously once said , "That brick wall might make more sense". 

He's spot on too. 

The crowning lunacy of course comes when said people think (because I said "hopeless" case) I actually agree with them. 

Hehe. 

Sometimes, you can't help but chortle. 

But anyway ............. 

This hopeless case has done before the age of 40 - nay, 25 - what Bozos, Tom Tom's and the Sheep globally all WANT TO DO  - but can't because they dont have the balls to do it. 

And he continues to selleth his books, the most hopeless of all being one that will really turn into a "farm boy" sort - replete with them huge arms that no-one would want to mess with even if you're the gentlest giant walking the face of this planet. 

Check it out here

I'll be back - hopeless, I know. Hehe. 

Best, 

Rahul Mookerjee

PS - Nazi feminists, and their thing with "big bad men" (that they secretly admire), hehe. Gotta give it to 'em, at least on that one (not) Hehe. 

Despite being a forever Trump supporter, and that I continue to be. Dont get me wrong here either!

The Donald is one of a kind, unique, nothing and no-one comes close to touching him. 

But as Trump himself once said in 2020, I believe - "if I lose, I'll do something else". 

Sometimes, the time comes to move on. 

Sometime, the time comes to not move on - but TRAIN others to do the job - take your spot - be that mentor, which Trump can be! 

And while we hear a lot about Ron De Santis maybe running, anyone talk about Pompeo? 

Very few, yet, he's the silent contender - the WAR HORSE, much like Mitch McConnell, always on everyone's minds!

I've made no bones of the fact I consider him to the best Secretary of State ever. 

It's fine to have bombast and pomp, but sometimes, often times, indeed, I have it - you have to back all that up with SUBSTANCE. 

Look at Jeff Bezos, look at Amazon. 

Till today, they're the one company that stuck it out for the long term, they dont flood your inboxes asking for money, they dont even push you to buy. 

They never did that even in their infancy. 

They know when people want to buy, people will naturally shop about for the best deal - the smart ones, at any rate, which you wanna keep. 

Nothing wrong with bombast in your marketing. 

I use it all the time, and it works!

But in politics, I have not found one single person other than Pompeo who just blends style with substance so well!

Lets take a look at his CV in brief (and lets forget the idiocy people spread about him, apparently he once asked an aide to walk a dog, peopel got on him for that too!) ..

Ex Army. Solid!

Ex Cia director. Solid! 

Before that, he was a businessman. With actual companies. Solid!

There's more to him, but just look at the way he speaks - ever come across anyone as erudite? Maybe me, hehe, but I dont plan on entering politics ever!

(unless it's for "Deli" independence. Nah. Inside joke that, fella! Hehe. BUt it's true... those of you on the list know it!) 

(the best laid plans, I know, I know). 

He just says it like it is. 

Trump does too. 

But Pompeo - like myself - has the knack of hammering you with facts subtly which you just cannot argue with, like him or not ... 

Most of all, that weight loss! 

i've no idea how he did it. 

But I'm sure he used some of the techniques I teach in Eat More - Weigh Less - I'm POSITIVE!

Nothing would explain that dramatic weight loss - I know it, been there done that in 2014-15! 

I dont know, I'd unabashedly support the guy if he ran. Which I'm sur ehe will! 

The SILENT, solid WARHORSE, the KNIFE that cuts deep, much like with my workouts

anyway ...

Out for now - back soon!

Best, 

Rahul Mookerjee

PS - Not to mention, Pompeo likely makes GREAT sphagetti and pizza, hehe. 

Not EVEN a Rocky Moment where Creed talks about "if he can't fight, he can cook!" - this man can fight and cook both, hehe. 

Brings to mind the inane stuff people brought up about him doing dishes or what not, I mean , Secretary of State, and people focus on the BS, I mean - COME ON - give me a break. 

(had to use the Biden Come on! there, hehe). 

Anyway .............. 

I'd highly support the man if he chose to run!

Which I'm sure he will.

Saturday, 20 November 2021 05:37

Buland Darwaza

That golden arch of VICTORY .... nah, I ain't talking "phat phocker victory" - Micky D's (though they did a fine, fine job marketing the overly priced veritable CRAP they sell, though I must admit, after a night of drinking, somtimes those cheeseburgers hit the spot!). 

Something about Mickey D's burgers and fries, although they make me feel like crap the next day. 

Krystal's - now thats perfect! 

(including a lady Krystal I once wrote a book on - a book that turned out to be FIVE books instead of the one I meant!). 

Anyway ...........

I wrote about Buland Darwaz before in a side note or so, I believe? 

Basically a huge "gate" - or monument a Mughal Emperor, I believe Akbar, one of the "fairest" so they say - built to celebrate hs victory over the Indian state of Gujarat or something. 

History is by far my favorite thing to learn, always was in schoool, but I'm saying this from memory - I might be a bit off, but thats the general idea!

Every morning, when I open my front balcony to stare out like a cat - or grizzly - doing exactly "F ALL" (so it might seem) at the expanse of garden beneath... (fourth floor apartment) - I say it. 

Buland Darwaza. 

Now, why? 

I dont know. 

Sounds good, so I say it. Hehe. 

To me, if I keep saying something, it isn't necessarily because I want victory over someone, or even that I have a goal (I do, but that different). 

It FEELS good. 

So I say it. 

If just to myself! 

(I've just given several very powerful visualization - and ACHIEVEMENT - tips above, if you can spot 'em!). 

In language that makes sure it doesnt "go over your head". 

Anyway, why do I say this - well, simple. 

And again, something I've written about before. 

My caveman like lifestyle usually means I wake up (when it's not at the crack of dawn when all is SILENT) around 1130 or so, then dive into my day ... 

And thats when the front balcony opens, albeit in a "Chainsaw" like style - hehe - everyone is off to office, work by then - so no-one will bother me!

It stays that way till until 4 or so, I dont know ... 

But my main thinking, visualization etc is done pacing up and down the living room. 

Between the hours of 11-1 - the POWER HOURS! that i've written about before. 

The ancient Taoists had it spot on - anything you do between these hours - the effect, either positive or negative is doubled. 

Train for two hours, you got FOUR hours worth of benefit. 

Think for one, you get TWO hours worth of benefit. 

And so forth. 

Of course, it works only if you BELIEVE in it. 

Belief is key, although the time itself is special i.e. 11- 1 either in the morn, or PM ... 

Most of MY own stupendous achievements, oddly enough have not come in that time. 

Specifically. 

But the visualization that led to them - either conscious or not, has always come during those times!

The power hours those are, make what you will of it!

Last, but not least, that bit I said about Advanced Hill Training in the email prior to this one ...

question - which has befuddled me thus far. 

If you're getting this email -its' not being sent out to everyone, then TWO factors hold true - 

One, you're a DOER; one of the best. 

And two, for some INEXPLICABLE reason, you have not invested in Advanced Hill Training as yet - despite the many emails I've sent out on this. 

And SOME of you - well, the majority that are getting this email - have not invested in Animal Kingdom Workouts as yet either - or placed the pre-order for Lumberjack Lodestone Fitness (levels two and three respectively) - despite the many benefits of these courses for YOU - that I have gone hoarse screaming about, and will continue to tell you, because its TRUE!

Yet, a lot of people have not taken action. 

Friend, if that is you, and if you're getting this email it likely is - PLEASE TELL ME WHY. 

If you dont want to tell me, just up and take action. Really, as we head into Black Friday with the insanity and rising inflation everywhere, there is NO better place to get your Christmas/Thanksgiving shopping done - and give gifts that TRULY keep giving - than here!

Take action NOW, friend. I cannot emphasize enough how much these products will help YOU - especially NOW. 

That was part of a great email telling you (again) - why Advanced Hill Training is modeled on the jaguar despite the tiger being my favorite in most regards. 

Friend, take action now. 

Every bit of what I said above is true. 

So take action - pronto. 

And remember - send in reviews too!

Enjoy thy shopping - without the associated Biden inspired inflation, hehe, or the crazy gas prices, or just the general insanity everywhere. 

Best, 

Rahul Mookerjee

PS - Truly no better Thanksgiving or Christmas gift if you TRULY CARE ABOUT SOMEONE - than a gift that TRULY KEEPS GIVING, an investment that never fails to SUCCEED.... 

And our paperbacks and hardcovers hit the SPOT. ⚡

Action, my friend. 

ACTION! ❗

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