Morals Don’t Matter

Morals have nothing to do with success, period. Morals are for poor people who can’t afford to live their lives the way they want to live it. Morals are a survival mechanism for those in poverty, so they don’t piss off those with money and resources. Morals are for those who have no control over anything in their lives and so the only thing they can really do is be nice and kind to people to get what they want. When it comes to being successful the only thing is that you are good at what you do, your personality doesn’t matter. Yeah, sure, being liked is a bonus and would make people more inclined to assist you but respect goes farther than being liked any day of the week.

            Success comes down to habits and behaviors. If you study good success habits and behaviors and adopt those, you become successful. If you don’t, you won’t. It really is that simple. However, just because something is simple doesn’t mean it is easy. It just means the process is not complicated and doesn’t have a lot of working parts.

            When it comes to morals, you CAN be rich and moral; however, morals are not a necessary component to success. Think about the bad boy that gets all the girls, do you think he’s a moral and upstanding individual. No. Why? Because he knows women are in abundance and he doesn’t need them to validate his existence. The bad boy is ultimately indifferent to women and uses them in whatever way he sees fit, therefore he’s successful with them. Sure, a guy can be a good man AND be successful with women; however, what women want is a man that is GOOD AT BEING A MAN. That’s the key factor, they don’t care about your character just your results.

            The same goes for this cruel world we live in. You will only ever be accepted when you win. The world doesn’t care about you as a man, only the value you provide which is why we have the burden of performance. Don’t get it twisted, you do have to perform but you don’t have to perform for society. You choose what you perform for, don’t let society and women make that choice for you. Alright, let’s get back to morals.

            Morals only apply when you have nothing. You have no other choice but to be nice to people because you have no value to back up your demands and desires. Morals are necessary for you not to get your ass kicked by those who have accumulated resources and therefore have the means to get what they want done. To be successful you must practice success habits such as taking risks, seizing opportunities, being better than the next person, working your ass off, demonstrating focus, discipline, dedication, and consistency, etc.

            When you have nothing, morals don’t matter because when your survival is on the line you will do whatever it takes to feed your family and ensure your bloodline continues including, rob, steal, kill, fuck, get fucked, and all other types of corrupt shit. When you have money and resources, morals go out the window because you can do what you want or pay someone to do what you want, and you enjoy the perks. You have the resources to move how you want to move and live how you want to live which means you have license to be a complete asshole and everyone that has less than you has to shut the fuck up and do what you say. You are the king and everyone else is subject to your will because you run shit and they run around in it.

            Bottom line, morals have nothing to do with success. You don’t need them. All you need to do is choose a line of work, become extremely good at it, collect your money, and live your life the way you want to live it. It doesn’t matter if you’re a complete asshole or if you’re the nicest guy in the world. If you’re good at what you do and it is exceptionally difficult to replace you, you will ALWAYS be successful. So go out there and take what you want and give no fucks as to whether people like you.

Hope this helps,


6 thoughts on “Morals Don’t Matter

  1. Can you argue that morals is not necessary for individual success but is absolutely necessary for the success of the community. Some academics argue that in a lawless society, nobody will ever do the right thing such as not stealing or not killing because everyone else is doing it and it does not serve them to refrain from doing. That is a return to a primitive state. If everyone goes around killing others with impunity, there would be hardly anyone left that isn’t one of the strongest.


    1. First, thanks for commenting! Much appreciated. As to your question, it can be argued morals are necessary for the success of a community. in fact, that is what anarchists argue. In terms of a community, rules and regulations are more to deter people from behaving in a primitive manner as well as consequence from breaking the rules. Morals, on the other hand, is an individual endeavor not a societal one. What you’re thinking about is rules, regulations, and consequences. Those are the things that keep people in line, most times, not morals. However, that is not to say morals wouldn’t help the success of a community as they certainly would. Morals would implement a universal code of conduct for the community so everyone would be on the same page. In that context, morals would help unite the people. However, I wouldn’t say that without morals people would unilaterally behave like absolute savages.

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      1. Thank you so much for responding! I learnt already so much from it. Yes, I was thinking of rules and regulations indeed but I’ve always assumed that the content of morals form the basis of some rules and regulations that is, not all of them exist in a vacuum. Hence by extension, gives it a bite force that it needs to bring success to the community. But then, I would make the mistake of confounding morals with consequences of breaking them. People are motivated by negative consequences more than they do anything else in my humble opinion.


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