Keys to the Castillo

26 Things I’ve Learned in 26 Years

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I’m 26 today.

It feels like just yesterday, I was 19, getting ready to board a plane to China, and have my entire life path change extraordinarily.

I’d like to share with you 26 things that I’ve learned, that I feel will really help you out.

I’ve tried quite a few things

But I still beat myself up about not getting out enough

Not working out enough

Not working enough

  1. Don’t beat yourself up


This is something I still do sometimes. They say that people with the most ambition tend to be their own harshest critics, and I agree with that. No matter what I do, I am almost never satisfied. I know it can be better.

Even though I am in good shape after working out consistently for nearly 10 years, I’m still nowhere near was big or as shredded as I’d like to be. I considered using steroids a few times, but every time I thought about it, I came to the conclusion that it would be better not to. I have no plans to be a professional body builder.

Plus, at the end of the day, I’m working out in order to maximize my health, not give myself potentially more health complications!

I can’t tell you what will work exactly for you – I’m not you. But I have almost always responded better to criticism and being looked down on, rather than being praised for stuff I knew I shouldn’t be praised for.

Figure out what works for you, what motivates you. Don’t get too comfortable, but also, don’t live your life in misery because you have yet to reach your goals 100%. Most people never achieve real success, because they give up too early – especially when things get ‘hard’.

  1. Don’t masturbate or watch porn

Anyone who tells you that jerking off is healthy, is a straight up liar.

Let me tell you something – if you look into a man’s eyes, if you observe his mannerisms, you can usually tell if he is a wanker.

This especially applies to pornography.

Why do you think it’s free? Because there is an agenda to strip people of their power any way it can be stripped. The elites want you wasting your seed and your time, and they want to rot your mind.

Unfortunately, they have already succeeded in doing this to the vast majority of the population. Most guys consider it normal to watch porn and masturbate regularly. If you haven’t noticed, movies, tv series, music, and live performances, have become more and more sexualized in the last few years.

Also, ask yourself… why are you getting aroused by watching another man have sex with a hot chick?

Would you jerk off to that if you were there watching it in person?

Fuck no.

When you watch this stuff, and jerk off, you are literally cucking yourself. You are programming your subconscious mind to be an observer, and not the man who actually sleeps with these attractive women.

That, and you’re losing tons of energy when you do this. Trust me, once you stop… you start to experience all sorts of benefits.

Your mood improves.

Your sleep improves.

You get more energy.

You get new ideas.

You become more disciplined.

This is probably one of the most important things I can tell you here. Think about it – MOST guys are doing this every single day… some, multiple times a day.

If you simply cut it out of your life, you’ll have a massive advantage over most guys, who are voluntarily slowing themselves down!

  1. Be very mindful of what you consume

Number 2 ties beautifully into this.

You may not believe it, but everything you watch and listen to is registered in your subconscious mind.

It’s not a coincidence that you’ll feel upset and frustrated after watching the news or seeing all the chaos and hatred in the world.

You have to be very selective in what you choose to feed your mind.

This also goes for the people around you. If you’re surrounded by people who could never imagine making more than $10,000 a month, then it’s unlikely you ever will.

On the other hand, if you are constantly around people who talk about million dollar projects, you can bet that your income is going to go up.

For years and years, I fell in with the wrong crowd… because it was easy. I happened to meet certain people, and because I wasn’t meeting other people, I just ended up spending more time with them.

People who indulged in all sorts of bad habits

People who weren’t going anywhere in life

People who tried to undermine me and beat down my confidence in myself

These are not people you want to be around.

Being lonely sucks, but if the only people around you at the time are losers, then it’s better to be on your own, than run with them.

Be your own leader.

  1. Ignore most self-help and personal development


This is counter-intuitive, considering how most articles on Keys to the Castillo are about personal development.

But, I will explain why this is important.

See, most personal development material is often seen as a form of ‘constructive procrastination’. People don’t know what they should do to improve their lives, or they do, but they don’t want to actually do it, so they turn to consuming self-help.

The problem is, it never ends!

The entire point of ‘getting into’ self-help, was to eliminate certain problems from your life, right?

One more allure of self-help, is that it always seems like there’s another product or guru on the horizon, who you think *actually* has the answers you’re looking for.

And you know what, sometimes it’s true.

After you’ve watched a few of these guys (they are mostly men) talk about the same old stuff, you get a renewed sense of hope when you hear someone address your problem more directly.

It doesn’t matter, though.

This piece of advice will save you HOURS and even YEARS of your precious time.

You need to be out there doing something, and not just passively consuming.

  1. Stay off dating apps


Even if you’re good-looking and have a cool life, you should probably stay off dating apps.

For the most part, the kinds of women who use these apps, are not high-quality people.

It’s hard for me to describe, but almost every time I’ve met and slept with a girl from online dating, the energy felt… wrong. Something was off.

I know things can be very lonely while you’re building your skillset, and taking time for yourself.

But don’t give into this temptation.

  1. Look into getting another passport


I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again – history progresses in cycles, and we are now entering a phase of chaos in this cycle.

It’s no coincidence that a lot of this chaos is happening right in our own backyard, where we thought ‘it would never happen’.

Well, there you go. It’s happening.

Some will ‘stay and fight’, but from my perspective, that’s beyond foolish. Just because you were born somewhere , does not mean you owe that society or nation anything at all.

I’ve got guides on how to get a passport through citizenship by descent.

If your parents or a family member immigrated, you might have a shot at this. I strongly urge you to look into getting another passport, because it will liberate you in many ways that the average person can never imagine.

If things ever get too unbearable (like they did for me), you won’t have to scramble and pay oodles of money, just for a chance to legally stay somewhere else.

You can just pack up, flip the bird at your government, and walk out. Vote with your feet.

  1. Travel


I think it’s vital that people explore different lands, and interact with other cultures.

Especially westerners.

Unfortunately, our media is designed to direct hatred towards other nations and cultures, to the point where people truly fear and degrade places that they’ve never been to.

I’m living in Mexico right now.

How many people do you know who have the impression that Mexico is dangerous and full of drug dealers?

I’ll bet you know a few.

I will not deny that this country has its flaws.

But, it’s certainly not the impoverished, violent warzone that the media makes it out to be.

However, these preconceived notions can work to your advantage.

Because there’s something called…


… in the places that people don’t want to go.

Like with China.

I had no idea that I’d be able to sustain myself there, on my own, by teaching English.

Well, most people have no idea what living in China is like. Therefore, they have no idea that opportunities like that exist.

I will add that I don’t advocate for willy nilly traveling.

What I mean by this, is that it’s always best to travel somewhere with a purpose, and to stay there for at least a few months, as opposed to hanging out at a resort for a week or two.

It doesn’t need to be anything major, but one suggestion I have, is to enroll in a language course while you’re there. It’s probably one of the best ways to make new friends, provide some structure to your days, as well as have a channel for new opportunities.

Or, maybe enroll in some other kind of training in a discipline that you’re interested in, and seek tutelage under a local master. For instance, I know a lot of guys head to Thailand primarily to train martial arts.

  1. Find something to become exceptional at

Most of your problems will be solved when you find something to dedicate your creative spirit to.

It can be anything that drives you. Sports, art, music, you name it…

Something that you can achieve an exceptional level of proficiency in, something you can proudly identify as. Something concrete that you can point to, and say “I can do this”.

Not many people have that. Most people are mediocre at what they do.

But that mediocrity is a choice in today’s world.

You can learn ANYTHING on the internet.

Well, most things…

You can basically strive to become an expert in any field you want.

The reason why this is important, is because as a man, you need to be about something. You need to have something you can be proud of, something you can cement you identity in, and something that others can always recognize you for.

I didn’t have this for a long time. As a result, my life totally lacked direction and clarity.

When you’ve made your mission crystal clear, you can truly tap into your deepest reserves of energy.

When I got serious about learning Mandarin, I hit the books like no one else. I made it a top priority to learn the language, because I needed to. I could not allow myself to live in China, and be one of the many foreigners who never makes the effort to become fluent.

That was great, for a time, but it wasn’t enough. Being able to speak and read fluent Chinese is an incredible skill, but it wasn’t really translating into something I could earn a lot of money with (at least not directly).

That’s why I got back into writing. It’s something I can feel accomplished about, and I can refer back to on this blog.

Same goes for copywriting, one of the most valuable skills on the planet.

In the words of the late Gary Halbert, who’s often regarded as the greatest copywriter who ever lived – “the ability to write effective sales messages, that result in tons of people pulling out their credit cards and paying you, is the most potent money-making skill anyone can learn.”

Find your gift. Make it a priority.

  1. Stay off social media


Staring at social media, day in and day out, is a great way to undermine yourself, and make yourself lose hope.

Yes, there are people out there who live insane lives. They have incredible amounts of wealth, status, and influence.

I’m not going to be the guy that says these people aren’t happy, either. I think that’s an excuse that broke and miserable people often make. The truth is, some of them are happy, and some aren’t.

What I do know, is that social media is designed to be addictive, and suck your time away from you.

Time that you could be using, to BE the person you see living that extravagant lifestyle.

  1. Don’t trust anyone completely

I have always considered myself to be a pretty trusting person. I like to help people, I try to see the good in others, and I always try to treat others the way I would like to be treated.

Unfortunately, this faith in others has resulted in me disappointed and losing money, time, and opportunities, on more than one occasion.

At the end of the day, you need to have absolute trust in YOURSELF.

You need to avoid relying on others as much as you can, because humans are fallible. Sooner or later, someone will not come through when you need them.

They will fail you.

They might make up a million different excuses, but it doesn’t matter.

You suffered, as a result of trusting your own affairs in the hands of others.

Making money helps a lot with this. The more you have, the more you can put towards protecting yourself.

  1. Make sure you’re regularly getting out of your comfort zone

We all need to grow. If you’re not growing, you’re dying.

And growth happens when you step out of your comfort zone, and do something different.

That could be approaching an attractive woman,

Cold calling a prospect,

Speaking up and disobeying ridiculous government ‘mandates’,

Or even just squeezing out 5 more reps out than usual in the gym.

Point is, you cannot get ahead if you keep using losing strategies.

Besides – stepping out of your comfort zone is only temporarily scary.

Once you get used to making bold moves, you’ll feel less and less anxiety.

I felt 0 anxiety when I decided to pack my belongings and move to Mexico in the middle of the Coronavirus hoax.

But, if you’re happy with where you’re at, by all means, stay there.

  1. Learn to cook

This is a simple one. It baffles me how few men out there actually know how to cook anything decent.

If you value your health and well-being, take this seriously and stop eating out all the time. Believe me, restaurants may look clean, but they’re usually not.

If you’re a total newbie, just keep it simple.

Buy a pan (I recommend cast iron, since it will have 0 nasty chemicals that can seep into your food), a spatula, and some butter.

Heat the pan up, drop some butter in, and proceed to cook the food of your choice. You can start with eggs, pork chops, ground beef – whatever you want.

  1. Use leverage


You don’t have to attack your goals alone.

In fact, the smart way to do it, is to use the resources around you to your advantage, no matter how small.

Think of it this way – a real easy way to get more clients, is to get your existing clients to provide you with referrals.

Same thing with friends and girls. It’s so much easier to befriend one cool person, and have them introduce you to their group, than approach a girl on your own.

I will expand on this more in a later article, but please don’t think that you have to be a lone wolf forever.

  1. There are no shortcuts

Whether you want to admit it or not, at some point, we’re all looking for the ‘magic pill’ or the easy solution that will get us to our destination way way faster.

Guys will start using heavy steroids at 19 years old, because they need to have that beach body, and be attractive to chicks, NOW.

When it comes to business, you have people who buy courses, and think this ONE course will help them build a multi-million dollar business, out of thin air, within a year or two.

It does not work that way. There are certain challenges that are indispensable, for making each of us realize lessons that we wouldn’t have otherwise learned.

Now, that doesn’t mean these things don’t help – if you use a course properly, you can definitely cut down your learning curve.

All I’m saying, is that there’s no magic pill for anything, where you won’t have to put at least some effort in.

  1. People only want you around if you provide value

Once you get older you start to notice something, if it wasn’t already apparent…

Friends don’t call you as much anymore to just hang out.

There always needs to be some sort of ‘reason’ for spending time with others.

Usually, a reason motivated by money, or some form of personal gain.

It’s understandable. People these days are busy, and they want to further their ambitions.

Just ask yourself… If you invited some friends to a barbecue, but no one brought anything… wouldn’t that seem unfair?

How about if you were invited? Would you show up empty-handed?

This mostly stems from a scarcity mentality. People feel like they need to hold on dearly to what they have, and don’t want to risk giving something away.

As a result, they are given nothing.

Basically, if you expect to be given value in some form in your life, you will have to give it as well.

I often think back to my time in China, for example.

The truth is, just by appearing in public with me, a white westerner, Chinese people who invited me out to dinners and the like, were able to ‘gain face’, or gain status in the eyes of others.

I was also able to offer a skill highly valued by them – teaching their children English.

As a result, I was paid well, and I was frequently invited out.

I contrast that with living in Canada. Nobody treated me with that same level of respect, because I was not able to offer the same level of value as before.

It was a massive blow to myself and my ego, but a necessary one. I recognized what I had left, and determined that I would have to start over and develop another way to become valuable in the eyes of others.

That’s when I started my home services business. And just like that, my clients treated me with a ton of respect. Not quite at the same level as I was treated in China, where I was invited to dinner after dinner, but still, they saw my value.

Don’t get me wrong, this doesn’t always have to do with money.

I’m sure you have friends who fall on different rungs of the socioeconomic ladder. Some might make more than you, some less.

But, that doesn’t stop you from being friends. You derive value from each other’s presence.

I had a friend of mine who had a promising career in the construction industry, while I was moping around at home, unemployed and trying to rack my brains for business ideas.

We still hung out on the regular, because we both felt like we could talk freely around each other, as opposed to ‘censoring’ ourselves around others. Also, me having been abroad for so long, and having built up my physique, I was able to give him valuable advice on how to handle relationships, as well as how to gain muscle.

  1. Sometimes, you need to kick your own ass

It can be very easy to get comfortable.

The curse of modern life, is that most people hate their day-to-day existence, but, it’s juuust comfortable enough to keep them from getting out of their comfort zone and making massive changes.

Which is why, especially if you’re working on your own business, you need to be your own disciplinarian. You can’t get lazy and expect to keep making progress.

A number of gurus and sources have talked ad nosium about having discipline. That’s because it really is a key component of making progress in pretty much any field.

Of course, some things are going to be easier to do than others.

For instance, I don’t get why people would need discipline to go to the gym, because I LOVE going to the gym. I consider it a treat, and a fun outlet.

On the other hand, when it comes to doing outreach in business, and sending out message after message, making call after call, day in and day out, you can bet that I’m not a big fan of that. I don’t think lots of people are.

But, whether you like it or not, whether you feel good that day or not, whether you slept well, ate well, are hungover… it doesn’t matter. Whatever it is you’re striving to achieve, take some steps forward every day.

  1. Books are great, but they are often an excuse to procrastinate

I already touched on this point earlier, but I want to delve deeper.

When you start along the journey of becoming wealthy, people and online sources will tell you to read. ‘Readers are leaders’.

It’s true. Reading is great. It’s a mental workout, that’s quite different from passively being fed information, as with podcasts or videos. When you read, your brain must engage the material. You must maintain focus.

But the problems begin, when there’s too much reading, and not enough doing.

When I started teaching English, I didn’t read a damn thing about it. I just did it again and again, until I got good.

Same with tattooing

Same with home services (although I did watch some videos about it)

It can be frightening to make new moves, especially when you don’t have anyone in your corner backing you up. I don’t blame anyone for turning to books here and there for guidance… But don’t use it as a substitute for actually taking action!

  1. There are some real predators out there

I lived a very sheltered life growing up. I never encountered any real violence or danger.

Just because it hasn’t happened to you, doesn’t mean it doesn’t happen.

People may not be physically abusive, but there are some real fuck ups out there who, if you give them a reason to, will zero in on you, and make life hard for you.

The worst of these, are people you call ‘friends’.

Some of my worst experiences in this regard has been lending money to ‘friends’, only to have them disappear, or just never pay it back.

After this happened a couple of times, I’ve learned my lesson –

Don’t be too trusting.

I don’t want to sound jaded – good luck getting anything done collaboratively if some degree of trust isn’t involved.

But there are definitely some red flags out there that I want you to be aware of. If you people like this come into your life, be on your guard, or, don’t stick around.

  • They do drugs and drink. A lot.
  • They are always asking for money
  • They lack emotional control

  1. Don’t tolerate disrespect

I remember in high school and college, how I had some ‘friends’ who would make fun of me, or call me names.

For a long time, I let it slide. I thought it was just ‘the way friends talked to each other’.

Don’t get me wrong – with male friends, there’s an acceptable level of ‘locker room talk’.

But then there’s a level where it’s no longer just having fun, and they’re trying to constantly put you down.

This is a situation you fully control. You can tell people like this to shut up and never say or call you anything like that again.

If they don’t, then you can walk away, and they are dead to you.

Now, there are some situations where you might have to put up with disrespectful behavior, whether explicit or implicit.

For most, it comes from work. You have a colleague, customer, client, or even a boss, who gets on your nerves.

Now, you can absolutely quit. But in a lot of cases, you can’t just quit, because you’re financially dependent on this job.

If you really have balls of steel, you can quit, and figure something out on the fly.

Otherwise, a situation like that should be motivation for you to acquire a new or better skillset, so that you can either get a better job, or start your own business.

Same goes for women. In this case, again, you almost always have a choice.

If a woman doesn’t thank you after you pay for something, take her out, or otherwise do something nice for her, then she’s gotta go.

If she doesn’t give you her undivided attention, and instead plays with her phone, she’s gotta go.

If she nags you or makes your life more difficult, she’s gotta go.

Life is short, and there are plenty of people out there who will not only treat you with respect, but they’ll go out of their way to make sure you’re happy.

There’s no point in voluntarily spending your time with people who don’t give you energy and feel like a burden.

  1. Commit (until you’re good)

This ties into point #8 – find something to be exceptional at.

Don’t make the same mistake I did, and waste a bunch of time jumping around, from one thing to another.

You would be best off choosing a skill to learn and sticking to it, until you are proficient. Doesn’t matter if it’s a money-making skill, like a trade, or copywriting, or graphic design. It can also be a skill you want for personal reasons, like learning a language, or being able to beat a competitor in a boxing match.

If you quit after a few weeks or months, you’re doing yourself a massive disservice.

My rule of thumb is to give something 6 months of attention.

If after six months of near-daily practice, you haven’t hit a certain milestone, then I would suggest looking into something else you can master.

Which leads me into my next point…

  1. Discovering and fostering your gifts should be your #1 focus

Some kids are lucky, in that they learn early on that they’re better than most people at doing certain things, like drawing, playing sports, or playing music.

But, a lot of people are late bloomers.

You might not discover that you have a knack for photography, until you’re in your mid 20s, simply because you never picked up a camera and used it methodically before that.

  1. There will always be someone better than you

If you won all the time – at chess, at picking up women, at making sales, you name it – life would get kind of boring. When you see or meet someone better than you, don’t get jealous and hateful. Try to figure out what they’re doing.

No matter how much money you get, how muscular you become, how shredded, how skilled, there will always be someone better than you. Don’t let that discourage you, or stop you from climbing up.

  1. Take pride in your appearance


The competition in 2021 is laughable. I’m talking about the way most men present themselves.

Truth is, most men are total slobs. They just get up, throw on a shirt, a pair of jeans, maybe spritz some cologne on, and head out the door.

I’ve written about dressing well before, but let’s quickly go over the basics again:

  • The best fashion tip is to get in shape
  • Buy fitted clothes, and invest in tailoring
  • It’s better to spend a lot on quality items, rather than buy cheap ‘fast fashion’
  • Keep it simple

Don’t idolize celebrities who aren’t in shape or dress poorly. They get a pass, because they’ve already proven themselves.

You, on the other hand, need to make a stellar first impression, when you can. A real easy way to do this, is to apply the fashion tips I’ve given you. Like it or not, people are superficial, and that is not going away anytime soon. In fact, the world is becoming more and more like this. Take advantage of it, and position yourself to win.

  1. College is not necessary

I don’t know how badly you’ve been indoctrinated, but I’ll tell you, I actually used to believe you HAD to go to college if you wanted to make a lot of money. It was a non-negotiable.


I have said it before, and I’ll say it again – unless you want to pursue a career in engineering, medicine, academia, law, or maybe finance, you do not need to go to college.

On top of that, there are so so many hoops to jump through, if you want to secure a decent job once you have graduated from your program.

Not to mention also, that there is a blatant social justice agenda at almost all schools in the western world. Same goes for lots of big companies.

So not only will you most likely end up doing a bland, soul-crushing job, but you’ll also have to censor yourself and walk on eggshells when dealing with anyone and anything at work.

Take two 18 year old kids, for example.
One goes off to college. Unless his family or himself saved a bunch of money for the 4-5 years of schooling (and perhaps more) that they’re going to go through, they’re just diving right into having a ton of debt on their shoulders, right from the get-go.
If you live in Europe, where university is heavily subsidized by the government, then thankfully you won’t have to deal with this.

This is pretty typical. He attends school, and if he lives away from home, he has to pay rent and other bills. He might take a part time job in order to barely keep his head above water… but then he’s got more stress, because he has less time to focus on school.

He might even take on an unpaid internship, or two, for the ‘privilege’ of working at a company in his chosen field, and ‘gain experience’.

Oh, and don’t forget how much of a toll this will take on his social life… after non-stop studying and working part time, he’s probably not going to have much time left over to participate in extracurricular activities, play some sports, or go on some dates.

I’m not saying this doesn’t work for some people… clearly, it does. They finish their program, and they can finally breathe easy, because they landed a job paying them… $40k a year? $60k?

Contrast that with the other kid, who wisely decides to hold off on making such a rash decision.

He sees guys around his age already making money and living life… what are they doing?

Some of them learned a trade. I don’t think this is optimal, but it’s a million times better than going the corporate route and putting up with feminists and beta males who want to undermine you and make your working life hell.

The vast majority of people in trades are men.

Some of them took a part or full time job, while they experimented with different businesses. They stay living at home, which, in reality, shouldn’t be an issue if your family loves you. It relieves the burden of the university student, struggling to pay their own bills, and yet, have nothing to show for it at the end of the month.

With this cushion, they can work their job, and try dropshipping, freelancing, and all sorts of ways to make money.

There are others also, who take a sales job. This isn’t for everyone, but there’s a lot of potential for growth if you start early and just don’t quit! I knew kids making $10k a month at 20 years old, just because they were selling houses or cars.

And, finally, there are the kids who just go all in and start a business. I swear, if I could go back in time, I’d tell myself to start a home service business at 18, and not 25.

  1. Don’t argue with facts. Actually, don’t argue… period.

People don’t like to admit when they’re wrong.

In fact, they hate it.

They also hate admitting that they don’t know something.

Often, you’ll get people who make up facts and talking points, hoping that people won’t pick up on their lack of research.

…but they just end up looking more foolish.

Don’t be like them.

People like to argue because it strokes their ego to support one side of a debate, and then ‘win’.

You never win anything. All you accomplish, is alienating others. If that’s your goal, then so be it.

But it’s rare that someone will argue a point, and the other side will be mature enough to concede and admit that they’re wrong.

I say, don’t bother arguing, and just move on with your day. You never get your time back, so use it wisely.

  1. You have a choice every day

I want to wrap up this article with my best piece of advice.

We all have a choice. We all have the same 24 hours in a day. Even if your circumstances seem restrictive at the moment, I promise you, that can change.

Big changes start with little choices you make every single day.

If you do the little things every day that you know can move you closer to your goal, then you will eventually get there.

If you neglect to do them, or you make contradictory choices, then you have nobody to blame but yourself.

The earlier you start making those choices, the better.


Actually, I thought of something else. Something of vital importance in this day and age.

Just because nobody listens to you, agrees with you, or thinks you’re crazy, does not mean you are wrong.

Many a visionary has been labeled as a nut… Steve Jobs, Tesla, Ford, Trump, Arnold… I’m not saying they’re all good people, but they are people who managed to defy the odds, and shut people up when they achieved what was seemingly impossible.

And of course, we also have to mention the coronavirus.

As we have seen, most people the world over, are obviously susceptible to mind control.

I was fortunate enough to have family and friends who were astute enough to comprehend that they were witnessing the unfolding of (probably) the greatest lie humanity has ever encountered.

I also left the west at this time, and live in Cancun, where the ‘restrictions’ are very often waived (as of March 2021).

But, if you’re still stuck in a place where you’re being shamed and attacked by others for sticking to your guns, and not buying into this hoax, this is for you.

You’re not crazy. They are.

Anyone who still believes that a deadly virus exists, that is constantly mutating, and that they should wear a facemask (which are full of microplastics that they’re breathing in constantly), avoid being near other humans, constantly apply corrosive hand sanitizer, and ultimately get multiple doses of a ‘vaccine’ (which has not been approved by the FDA in the United States, has multiple cases every day of recipients falling gravely ill or dropping dead, and exempts the manufacturers completely from any liability in case of injury or death, and above all, contains highly toxic ingredients)… is a fucking retard.

So, if you’re not one of those people, give yourself a pat on the back, and stay strong. HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF PEOPLE the world over can see this fraud for what it is – a massive power grab by the ‘elites’ of the world, using every channel they possibly can, to warp the minds of humans, so that they will fall even deeper into slavery.

If you are someone who can still smell the bullshit, then you’re welcome to keep reading Keys to the Castillo.

It’s highly doubtful that you believe in the hoax, and are reading this… but in the case that you do, please do not read any more of my articles. Thanks.

Don’t let the world get you down. Life can be beautiful – more beautiful than you can imagine. If you follow the advice I’ve laid out here, and really really apply it, I can’t see how you couldn’t be thriving by the time YOU are 26 years old.

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  1. THANK YOU for number 27 on this list. I live in Chicago right now, an ultra liberal/SJW hellhole, and I’ve had SO many people try to shame me about not getting the vaccine, or not properly accosting people for leaving one nostril uncovered at my job (I work customer service).

    This post made me feel incredibly validated, FINALLY. I’ve gone back and forth so many times wondering if I’m the irresponsible and immature one in this whole situation. It’s just nice to know that I’m not, and that other people feel how I do. So thank you, again.

    1. For sure, man. There are tens of millions of people who feel the same way, but I know it can feel incredibly isolating at times, especially at work. That’s why I strongly advocate for getting into business for yourself. Once you control the terms of how you earn your own money, believe me, you’ll feel way better and more in control.

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