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  • I was 19, I looked over at my ex-girl, who was currently my friends current girl. Frankston...
    She had a shoe on her head as she slept. God knows why.
    There was about 12 of us, still kicking on. Normal Thursday night.
    Or morning.

    The sun was starting to come up. I was supposed to be getting ready for work. But was in no state to go to work, or to do anything.
    I was coherent enough to do know two things.

    I need to get in my Japanese import car and get out of there
    (even though I had no license at the time,
    and I couldn't afford the car.)
    And the second thing was "I didn't want to live like this anymore".

    When I got home. The guilt and reality I couldn't even go to work I was that out of my mind really bothered me. To make matters worse. The drugs I had consumed about 30 min prior to going home had kicked in.

    I found myself talking to the curtains,
    I said "at what point did you decide to be curtains?".
    I snapped myself out of it. I realized I was not only close to losing my mind. I was close to losing my life, my future and anything worth living for.

    Girls, money, cars, drugs, parties, fun, being the "man".
    Trust me I have been there done that. I scaled the mountain of what men, young men, think they want. There is no pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. No level of short term pleasure or high that makes everything "good". It's just short term highs, and deep valleys of lows. A spiral if you will.

    There is only time. Your most precious asset. Been traded at any moment to ignore reality, slipping away TV show by TV show, pointless party or BBQ after another.

    Until what ever your vice is,
    food, booze, gambling, bad behavior. What ever that release is,
    that thing you "live for" when you are not "doing it for your kids".
    Once that gets it's hooks in. Ya done.

    No relationship growth, no career progression, no milestones or achievements worth talking about or being proud of.
    If you live that long.

    I've been to hell and back. They have a space for me in the VIP section there.
    I became a guide out of this cycle for men.
    I wrote a handbook if you will.

    I don't plan on going back long term.
    But I regularly venture into that place to bring men out.
    Hold there hand if necessary, not in a gay way.

    Getting out of this place is not easy. You may not even realize you are there. I won't bet, because I have issues with gambling, but I promise you, staying there. It is 100 times worse in everyway.

    Life isn't sunshine and rainbows for me now.
    But I have paid off my karmic credit. I have turned my life around.
    And some how managed to change 1000s of lives around the world in the process.

    I am not saying that is what you need to do. That is just my gift,
    if you will, or curse, depending on how you look at it.
    You have one as well, a talent, a skill, a passion.
    And when you work out what that is and commit yourself to it.

    All in if you will.

    You realize who you are right now, he isn't going to cut it.
    He cannot be an expert, a professional, a champion, a great Dad.
    Because he is consumed by what ever vice, addiction, habit or behavior that keeps giving you same shit different day.

    People say I am crazy, and fair play to them.
    To me insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.

    People who know me. They wouldn't say I am predictable or the same person every year. I am constantly growing and improving.
    Not perfect, just slightly better. (Am I right ladies, right)

    Simply because "I didn't want to live like that anymore".

    So I changed.

    A famous mentor once said, find the guy that has made every mistake in the world.
    And should he ever have a seminar or course.
    Make sure you buy a ticket. It could save you a lifetime.

    That is me. Hi , I am Dan Fitts.

    And are you tired of being a *****?
    Good.

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    I was 19, I looked over at my ex-girl, who was currently my friends current girl. Frankston... She had a shoe on her head as she slept. God knows why. There was about 12 of us, still kicking on. Normal Thursday night. Or morning. The sun was starting to come up. I was supposed to be getting ready for work. But was in no state to go to work, or to do anything. I was coherent enough to do know two things. I need to get in my Japanese import car and get out of there (even though I had no license at the time, and I couldn't afford the car.) And the second thing was "I didn't want to live like this anymore". When I got home. The guilt and reality I couldn't even go to work I was that out of my mind really bothered me. To make matters worse. The drugs I had consumed about 30 min prior to going home had kicked in. I found myself talking to the curtains, I said "at what point did you decide to be curtains?". I snapped myself out of it. I realized I was not only close to losing my mind. I was close to losing my life, my future and anything worth living for. Girls, money, cars, drugs, parties, fun, being the "man". Trust me I have been there done that. I scaled the mountain of what men, young men, think they want. There is no pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. No level of short term pleasure or high that makes everything "good". It's just short term highs, and deep valleys of lows. A spiral if you will. There is only time. Your most precious asset. Been traded at any moment to ignore reality, slipping away TV show by TV show, pointless party or BBQ after another. Until what ever your vice is, food, booze, gambling, bad behavior. What ever that release is, that thing you "live for" when you are not "doing it for your kids". Once that gets it's hooks in. Ya done. No relationship growth, no career progression, no milestones or achievements worth talking about or being proud of. If you live that long. I've been to hell and back. They have a space for me in the VIP section there. I became a guide out of this cycle for men. I wrote a handbook if you will. I don't plan on going back long term. But I regularly venture into that place to bring men out. Hold there hand if necessary, not in a gay way. Getting out of this place is not easy. You may not even realize you are there. I won't bet, because I have issues with gambling, but I promise you, staying there. It is 100 times worse in everyway. Life isn't sunshine and rainbows for me now. But I have paid off my karmic credit. I have turned my life around. And some how managed to change 1000s of lives around the world in the process. I am not saying that is what you need to do. That is just my gift, if you will, or curse, depending on how you look at it. You have one as well, a talent, a skill, a passion. And when you work out what that is and commit yourself to it. All in if you will. You realize who you are right now, he isn't going to cut it. He cannot be an expert, a professional, a champion, a great Dad. Because he is consumed by what ever vice, addiction, habit or behavior that keeps giving you same shit different day. People say I am crazy, and fair play to them. To me insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. People who know me. They wouldn't say I am predictable or the same person every year. I am constantly growing and improving. Not perfect, just slightly better. (Am I right ladies, right) Simply because "I didn't want to live like that anymore". So I changed. A famous mentor once said, find the guy that has made every mistake in the world. And should he ever have a seminar or course. Make sure you buy a ticket. It could save you a lifetime. That is me. Hi , I am Dan Fitts. And are you tired of being a pussy? Good. http://www.danfitts.com/subscribetothedfp.html
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  • The man in this photo changed my life.
    ​You may know him. Greg Plitt.

    A Fitness Model and Youtuber.
    That alone turned off "real men"
    with real problems.

    People misunderstood that his message to tell you to better yourself,
    It came from a place of love.
    Not from a place of judgement.

    And the same thing as the DFP, my teachings.
    Fitness and food is a small small almost irrelevant part of becoming a man that can overcome anything.

    A man that can step up and take responsibility for himself and his family.
    No one wants to hear the truth.
    Let alone from some shirtless jacked guy in the gym telling you to better yourself or just fucking do it.

    As I sat there on my mattress on the floor, eating a microwaved meal, about to start a shift for the job I hated, with Greg's videos on in the background somewhere. That I watched daily mind you.

    Sure I was going to the gym,
    but I was drinking my life away, my money
    and my mind.

    The message in the DFP is the same,
    when Greg passed, fortunately I got to shake hands with the man before he did, and was able to say thanks after a decade of following his teachings.

    Now I feel I need to carry torch, I must.
    Hand you the change he gave me. Or at least started it.
    Keep me going when I didn't even believe I could do it.

    I realized to make this really work men need three things, a community, a guide they can speak to and a clear vision.
    Most guys don't have one of these, let alone all three.

    Take the path. One week at a time.

    If not now, when?
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    The man in this photo changed my life. ​You may know him. Greg Plitt. A Fitness Model and Youtuber. That alone turned off "real men" with real problems. People misunderstood that his message to tell you to better yourself, It came from a place of love. Not from a place of judgement. And the same thing as the DFP, my teachings. Fitness and food is a small small almost irrelevant part of becoming a man that can overcome anything. A man that can step up and take responsibility for himself and his family. No one wants to hear the truth. Let alone from some shirtless jacked guy in the gym telling you to better yourself or just fucking do it. As I sat there on my mattress on the floor, eating a microwaved meal, about to start a shift for the job I hated, with Greg's videos on in the background somewhere. That I watched daily mind you. Sure I was going to the gym, but I was drinking my life away, my money and my mind. The message in the DFP is the same, when Greg passed, fortunately I got to shake hands with the man before he did, and was able to say thanks after a decade of following his teachings. Now I feel I need to carry torch, I must. Hand you the change he gave me. Or at least started it. Keep me going when I didn't even believe I could do it. I realized to make this really work men need three things, a community, a guide they can speak to and a clear vision. Most guys don't have one of these, let alone all three. Take the path. One week at a time. If not now, when? www.danfitts.com/subscribetothedfp
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  • When you feel weak. That will become your strength.
    When you feel weak. That will become your strength.
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