The Economic Income Requirements for a High Value Husband
Our club currencies are Morals, Character, Integrity and Money. A four legged stool will not stand to support the weight of a family if one is missing.
Moral bankruptcy makes you a leper. Questionable Character means your foundation is faulty. Integrity problems mean no one can trust you when you’re tested. Lack of money means you cannot support a family.
High value husbands take care of their families. High value men aspire to be husbands not boyfriends. High value men are not loose with their seed. We don’t plant flowers in any pot. The social impact a family has when one parent does not exclusively provide guidance is hard. People don’t realize social impacts have strong correlation to negative economic ones too.
Ladies its time you get some perspective on the money side. It’s something everyone seems to distort. High Value doesn’t mean a sports star you run into in a night club. Actually it’s the guy who decides to allow the doorman to let you in.
WHAT TOP 1%, 5%, 10%, 25%, & 50% INCOME EARNERS ACTUALLY MAKE
Based on the Internal Revenue Service’s 2015 database, being in the top 10% of income earners means you earn $113,000 per year. How much top Americans make is a discussion we have to talk about if we want high value.
Don’t forget good value, and great value are things too. You can find great value at Wal-Mart.
For 2020, the numbers are all about 15% higher partly thanks to inflation.
Top 1%: $380,354 and up (Scarce) 2020 Adj.: $437,407.10
Top 5%: $159,619 (Rare) 2020 Adj.: $180,561.40
Top 10%: $113,799 (High Value) 2020 Adj.: $130,868.85
Top 25%: $67,280 (Great Value) 2020 Adj.: $77,372.00
Top 50%: >$33,048 (Good Value) 2020 Adj.: $38,005.20
Morals, Character and Integrity are subjective. Each person derives their purpose according to their opinions. The commonality of different creeds revolves around right action.
Right action excludes violence, belligerence, mental abuse or choosing not to maintain a family structure.
The expression each culture chooses is unique but fundamentals remain.
Emotional sensitivity, empathy, and consideration are icing not cake. These items make the relationship sweet. Despite the sweet taste no one wants to only eat a tub full of icing. That type of diet makes you sick to your stomach.
That’s why men who only have these qualities don’t have lasting impacts in relationships. Ladies this is the same reason why you end up tired of these men after a year.
Don’t prioritize roof shingles over the foundation of your house. When you start building you start from the ground up. A roof is important but it can’t exist without something to stand on.
NOTHING WRONG WITH GOOD & GREAT VALUE
I’m all about statistical odds. Chances are if you shoot for High Value you have a very small window of success. For every 10 men you meet only 1 man will meet an income threshold.
The 1 man you meet out of every 10, only half of them (optimistically speaking) will have their act together morally.
Don’t over complicate it by thinking he needs to be in scarce or rare categories. This is how you end up 30 years old with a dog and asking “Where are all the men at?”
This is also how you end up alone and invisible.
There are 157 million working Americans. The top 10% means only 15.7 million Americans are “High Value”. Not all of them are men.
Ladies there are 56.8 million unmarried women competing for less than 10 million high value men. Statistics show 4 out of 5 women will not get a High Value Man because there isn’t enough of them available for every unmarried woman. These are facts.
Great Value is just as good as high value. Great Value men are usually more motivated to focus on morals because they know they don’t make as much.
HIGH VALUE WORKS BOTH WAYS
For the ladies who don’t have anything more than their presence to offer…there’s nothing bad with Good Value either. You have to be realistic about yourself too.
You can’t command High Value men if all you offer are your body and presence. It takes two offers not one to win in a negotiation.
There’s such thing as a Good Value Woman too. She typically looks hot, has one kid, works at some office job, has a 610 credit score and has an associate’s degree (or high school diploma).
Ladies before you seek a high value man, ask yourself if you are a high value woman. If you’re not that’s okay. Just never forget to ask yourself why you deserve one. Your reason has to be more than just showing up pretty and standing around.
To your knowledge success!
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