Early in life, young boys and girls develop a feeling of purpose. Guys go around pretending to be in sword fights, gunfights, and cops and robbers with other boys. They participate in games in which they are the "hero." In other words, boys are drawn to martial arts and warfare. We're interested in the pursuit of freedom and the triumph over competition. It's what distinguishes us as guys.
Girls play, too, but they are perplexed by the boys' frantic hunt for thrills. They would rather play with dolls and pretend to raise a family. In other words, Venusian arts, such as love and nurturing, are attuned to girls. That is exactly what they desire. Despite what feminists say, it's not what you should want. So, if you don't know what your life's mission is, let's figure it out right now.
First and foremost, getting a woman is not your goal in life. Let's get that out of the way right away. Your mission must be greater than that of women. Why? To begin with, having women as your primary motivation in life is pitiful. It implies that you believe women are superior to you. They act as if they're a prize to be won, but they're not. Second, it offends women. If "getting a woman" is your goal in life, you'll go to any length to acquire one, and women will regard you as a very weak man. You already know how much they despise weak men.
Take a look at this: The greatest desire of a woman is to be attached to guys who have a clear, unshakeable goal. But remember this: A woman may only enter her supporting, nurturing frame of mind, when she genuinely comes alive, when your life's purpose is bigger than hers. This is why beta males have such a difficult time with females. Beta males don't know what they want to do with their lives, so they make women theirs. As a result, unless people settle, their relationships fail. That is not a good situation to be in. Defy the odds. Your life's mission must be more important than women, sex, or marriage.