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Welcome to the Locker Room Gents

My name is Dayton Watts and in our follow-on blogs, we will be discussing the realities vs expectations of the modern man. Having experienced a combat deployment, survived a billion-dollar corporate environment, managed rejection, and currently living through the evolution of our social media, it is apparent that men nowadays have no clue what the hell to do about themselves or their environments. I want to make it clear that this blog is not intended to be friendly, it is intended to give you the advice you might need right now.

The Locker Room

The locker room is a sanctuary for men, and sometimes their only opportunity in today's society to not keep their heads down. Feel free to comment whether good or bad and discuss any of the points written on in this blog. This is not a place to berate or try to win against your fellow men.

Always remember, The game is played on the field but won in the locker room.

We all understand that life is considered a great competition. Some of us win and some of us lose, but differing from the past we are rushing toward defeat faster and faster.

Some Issues

  • Median Male Lifetime Income

  • Trending down since the 1960s

  • Divorce Rates

  • Almost 50% of marriages end in divorce now, with subsequent divorces even higher

  • Masculinity Decline

  • Men growing up without a male figure

  • Fear of retaliation based on current court outcomes

  • Male Suicide Rates

  • About 3.5 times higher than female suicide rates

  • Men Vs Women prison percentages

  • 93% male vs 7% female

It's you vs you

What we aim for here is to manage expectations, and set you up to think. At no point do we expect you to take everything from this and run with it thinking you've mastered the secrets to the universe, but that you gain a place where you can bounce ideas and engage other men to prepare a plan before heading out to the field.

Keep getting up - The truth of the matter is there is only one person you have to beat to get ahead and that person is you. The only way we start to change those statistics mentioned in the previous section is to change the way we think. It's not society or women... it's us.

Feel free to question or comment.

- Dayton

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