10 things to achieve before you graduate

1. DON’T FUCK UP

University is meant to be fun, yes. But ask yourself, what is your mission? Your mission is to get the best degree you possibly can.

  • DO NOT get hit by a truck after you’ve had too many beers
  • DO NOT get slapped with a false rape accusation
  • DO NOT get a chick pregnant. As good as raw-dogging feels, take pride in your pull-out game.
  • DO NOT develop any long-term addictions

2. GET 100 NOTCHES

University runs from September to June. That’s 9 months per year, excluding holidays. Assuming you’re doing a 3 year course, you’ll have 27 months to get those notches. If you get 4 notches per month, you’ll have exactly 108 notches by the time you graduate. Of course, there are certain times of the year where you’ll have more notches; like freshers, or graduation week. There will also be certain times of the year where you’ll have fewer notches, like final exam week. That being said, getting 100 notches by the end of your degree is perfectly realistic and achievable. Stop making excuses.

3. BANG YOUR PROFESSOR/ TEACHING ASSISTANT

You get an extra 10 points if you manage to get a threesome with both the professor and the teaching assistant.

4. BUILD AN AWESOME CREW

Find yourself a crew of like-minded guys. Guys you can go pick up girls with, confide in, and grow together. A crew of guys you can always count on and trust.

5. GET A SIDE HUSTLE

While there’s nothing wrong with working as a barista or waiting tables. You have so many hours a day. Keep coming up with ideas on how to make passive income. What skills can you leverage? What are you good at? What can you do better than others? Why would others need your services? While selling drugs is a viable option, I don’t encourage this. This is risky behaviour that can get your arrested. Find something you’re good at that people are willing to pay you for and charge a premium for your services. More money means more freedom. You’re now a man, and the world your oyster; you can’t constantly rely on your family for money.

6. LEARN A NEW LANGUAGE

Universities offer so many language programs you don’t have an excuse not to pick up a new language. Why learn another language?

  • It allows you to interact with the foreign students at uni. If you’re learning Chinese, you’ll have access to all the Chinese girls who are dying to be gamed by someone who has his shit together.
  • It’s incredibly mentally stimulating
  • It could open up all sorts of opportunities for you in future, not limited to gaming women.

7. TRAVEL

University is the first time most of you would have left your parent’s house. As they say, the world is your oyster. Why wait till you graduate before embarking on adventures and collecting flags? The world is a big place, start as soon as possible.

8. BUILD A HAREM

Universities are teeming with young fertile women. Build a harem with several girls in rotation. I will discuss this in detail in a later post.

9. KEEP IN TOUCH WITH YOUR FAMILY

Regardless of your relationship with your family, call or skype them occasionally. if you’re pursuing a life of location independence and travel, your time with them is limited. Don’t neglect your relationship with them.

10. PLAN AHEAD FOR WHAT YOU WANT TO DO ONCE YOU GRADUATE

He who fails to plan, plans to fail. Most uni students live in a bubble. They don’t realize that once they’ve graduated, it’s the real world out there. They don’t realize that it’ll be time for them to secure their financial independence and begin their careers. They don’t realize that the Friday nights out are a distraction. Don’t fall into this trap. Being mindful of what you want for the future does not detract from your university experience. Always be on the lookout for opportunities and more importantly, be prepared to seize them.


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