A no-bullshit guide to life
A no-bullshit guide to life
Level UP wants to give you a reality check. We understand life can be difficult to navigate, so we have built a unique approach based on Nathan Masters' military and intelligence service skills and experience that will help cut through the fluff to bring you a no-bullshit guide to life.
Our ultimate goal is to assist people in determining their own personal happiness and working towards that. Cutting through the noise and finding the root causes of dissatisfaction that plagues so many of us in the modern world.
Level UP offers one-on-one mentoring, group retreats and physical development to work with you in becoming better humans and get the edge you need to succeed physically, emotionally and psychologically. Feel free to contact us with any questions, we look forward to working with you.
Our approach is direct and to the point for a reason. We do not want to be another band-aid solution and truly care about helping people move forward in personal development, rather than feel as if they are permanently stuck in a rut.
Power UP mindset mentoring provides one-on-one training for those willing to commit to a realistic change to life. We offer unique and comprehensive packages designed to enhance what you can achieve. There are no shortcuts to success, so don't expect any. With our unique structure, planning and commitment, you can and will achieve your desired outcomes.
Our three levels of planning can be used to find your way through any situation. Whether you are having a hard time in your personal life, difficulties with finding sustainable personal happiness or wanting to achieve a significant milestone in your life, we have you covered.
Reality checks are articles designed to give a non-biased direct outlook on aspects of life. Because you are better than the challenges you put yourself through. We feel people settle with the mundane because they can't see the bigger picture. Have a read, be informed and stop being satisfied with average.
"Look up at the stars and not down at your feet. Try to make sense of what you see, and wonder about what makes the universe exist. Be curious." Stephen hawking.
Our ancestors had it good. If you wanted to know something, you didn’t have the collective knowledge of humanity at your fingertips to search and find an answer. You couldn’t cross reference sources and easily come to a conclusion like you can today. You could be willfully ignorant and stupid and no-one could really blame you for it. In the modern age, you have no right to be ignorant or indeed stupid. You can be knowledgeable and intelligent with the click of a button. So why is there so much ignorance and stupidity in the world?
When we were still in the trees flinging rocks and shit at each other, the strongest males jealously guarded their right to bang as many females as possible. This made a lot of evolutionary sense, as the strongest were invariably the most suitable to continue the species in such an environment. Beating your competition to death with their severed arm made a lot of sense.
Nowadays not so much. So why does jealousy and ego still rule many relationships. We’ve all either experienced or displayed jealousy in a relationship. I can guarantee we have all heard “who the fuck is [insert random name of opposite gender] and why are they messaging you?”, or ”they’re only being nice because they want to fuck you!”.
Think about the most inspirational and feared people in history. Steve Jobs, Ghandi, Genghis Khan and the puppies in the picture above all had something in common. They held an unshakeable conviction their path in whatever field they pursued was correct. These men inspired and led others, for good or bad, in a way that impacted our world drastically.
So why is such conviction important? Well let’s take it down to a relatable scale. As a man, if you are active in dating or are in an existing relationship there is one thing that is obvious. Women like a man that is self-assured without being arrogant and motivated in achieving something with their life. It doesn’t have to be anything grand, but for the most part male attractiveness and life conviction is inextricably linked. One of the biggest complaints women have with men is that they come across as ineffectual.