Teach The Assholes a Lesson

Become too charismatic to be bullied and too charismatic to be resisted.

Don't be Sam!

Sam has toxic friends who always put him down and make fun of his hobbies and choices.

He has always been a target for mean people and jerks and never seemed to understand why. The only logical explanation was that he is weak, right? After all, this is what the images of being humiliated by a bully and a mean person publicly tell him, not to mention the pitying look on people who see that happening to him.

People stepped over him and violated his boundaries. And he couldn't say anything. And when he does, he is portrayed as sensitive, aggressive, and attention whore (even though he knows that the last two descriptions perfectly fit his bullies!).

Growing up, he still got bullied. He got this part of him that was appealing to bullies and assholes. And that made him resentful, angry, and bitter. Of course, he still got a smile on his face and good words out of his mouth. But deep inside, he was dying and his self-respect was close to none.

Sam is not weak!

Maybe his past and his childhood made him prone to be bullied and walked on. Maybe his upbringing made him act as a nice guy and as a doormat. His family never taught him to stand up for himself. Setting boundaries and maintaining them was not something he was introduced to before.

He didn't know any better. That was not his fault. But, now, it is his responsibility to pick up the slacks and stop being resentful and set boundaries and stand up for himself. In other words, it is his responsibility to deal with those bullies in his life and the feelings associated with his previous bullying experiences.

He is not weak. He just needs knowledge and then he needs to be applying this knowledge for as long as it takes. All this can be dealt with given that the person is willing to learn and to work hard. And I am the living proof for that, with this course to show that.

I was Sam. I am not anymore. And so can you.

Become too charismatic to be bullied and too charismatic to be resisted or get your money back.

This course teaches one of the most important life skills one can have, especially in today's world that is full with nice guys and girls. It is the ability to charm, intimidate, and demand attention and respect.

If you want to be more confident and secure in your interaction, this is for you. If you want to overcome bullying, this is certainly for you. If you want to break the silence and teach the assholes in your life that you are not a doormat, then you are going to enjoy this.

This is a course that contains deep analysis, personal stories, different points of view, personal struggles, and applicable pieces of advice. Not to mention that it is short, sweet, and to the point!

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Here is what you should be able to do once you finish this course

  • Stop being a target for bullies and jerks: you will get the chance to grow and become a different person: a person who demands respect.
  • Stop going through the scenarios in your head of things you could have said or done: and actually say and do the very things that will make bullies stop and think twice before attacking you again.
  • Stop being bullied for being too quite/ for being too nice/ for being yourself: you don't have to change who you are and fit a specific social persona to stop being bullied and pissed off by mean people. You can still be who you are and demand respect.
  • Understand the types of bullies and why they do it: after we analyze the behaviors of bullies and jerks (toxic people), you will have a deeper understanding of the inner world of those people, which will help you spot them and understand human's interactions better.
  • Weed out the bullies and keep only the good people: Aren't you sick of toxic, manipulative people? And wish you would spend your time with sane, emotionally healthy people? Well, this course is not only to weed out the wrong people, but also to find the right ones. It is good to know what to avoid.
  • Dominate social interactions: because you are going to have better understanding of what guides those interactions. And I am speaking about the interactions with the toxic people as well as the sane ones.
  • Become respected socially: this has a lot of benefits. Not only will it scare away bullies, but also it will make you able to choose who you want to spend time with instead of being forced to be with certain people.
  • Defusing bullying techniques: I am not fond of tactics, but we do have some tactics in this course that can immediately make you more assertive. In fact, they are only 2 techniques but, once mastered, they are very effective.
  • Get over you guilt when it comes to saying, 'no' and asserting your boundaries: if you are one of the people who cannot say, 'no' then you will suffer a lot because of not being able to reject what you do not like and not being able to assert yourself and needs.
  • Project strength without opening your mouth: without saying a word! And no, it is no only about body language.
  • Have better emotional connections: Emotional connection is probably one of the best things you can experience as a human being. charisma will get you to the door and help you weed out the wrong people. But to have REAL emotional connections, which is probably the most important part of any human relationship (we are emotional creatures, like it or hate it!), you need more than charisma.

How scientific and/or reliable is this:

Here are some of the concepts and ideas that I used:

  • psychological projection;
  • the black-triad theory;
  • attachment theory and the secure, effective communication methods;
  • attachment theory and what marks the insecure behavior;
  • some of Jordan Pterson ideas on assertiveness and how it is a part of the psychotherapy training;
  • the shadow theory;
  • the big 5 theory (mainly: agreeableness vs. disagreeableness);
  • sarcasm and humor as defensive and survival mechanisms; and
  • social intelligence.
  • And more, of course.

My struggles are also included.

I have given all the ideas mentioned above enough time to research and apply. I even put down working on the course one time because I felt the need to actually go and apply what I was about to write and preach. So, nothing mentioned in this course is from my own imagination. Instead, it is from the application of the ideas that smarter people than me have come up with, and then presenting them, the ideas, from my own perspective; the perspective of a person who had been bullied and mugged before.

This course consists of a clear analysis of what makes one an asshole or a charismatic leader. Giving you the insight on why and how assholes get under your skin. Definitely recommend it if you need to take control of your emotional life, instead of being pushed around. Mosab's experience will truly help you grow more charismatic.

- Timon, a social skills coach at Techlecticism.com

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  • Get the first module for only 5$
  • If you like it, pay for the rest of the course and get it.
  • If you don't like it, get your 5$ back. No questions asked.

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Your Instructor


WorthyInside
WorthyInside

WorthyInside is a website about self-esteem related issues. Found in 2017, it has helped hundreds of people deal with the ideas they get about themselves when the shame hits, when the inner critic shouts, and when the shit fills the place. Here is what the readers are saying about WorthyInside. The founder, Mosab Alkhteb, has been writing online about such topics since 2015 and has been featured in many popular self-development sites, let alone that he has suffered all the mentioned above. He is a part-time writer and a part-time teacher.


Assholes, bullies, and narcissists are all diseases and this is like a surgery to remove them. Well done, Mosab.

- Elhuseen

This course is one of the best courses I have ever had. It discuses a very sensitive problem that we all face in our daily lives in a direct way or in indirect way cause we deal with people everyday and as this course mentioned not all of those people are good, there are dicks and assholes. So we need to prepare ourselves and learn not to make assholes of ourselves but to defend ourselves. Really, I am surprised by how many assholes in my life after learning how to know them and how to protect myself from them! It was a turning point in my life. And I hope it will become one for you.

- Mohammed Kemya

Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
This is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish. You will get access to the content and you decide when to study them, whenever and wherever you wish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy. If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
The lecture formats?
So far, the lectures are in text and you get to download a pdf version of any lecture. A video version, however, is coming soon, but the price will go up as soon as that happens (old students won't be charged more money).
Should I trust the so-called WorthyInside?

Having more than +150,000 page views with only 44 articles over the past year, and having had happy readers who were really touched by the articles about the messy feelings we have about ourselves, WorthyInside stands proud. Don't take my word and see what other happy (and slightly unhappy) readers are saying right here. Not to mention the testimonial on this page.

How scientific or reliable is this?
Here are some of the concepts and the ideas that I used: psychological projection, the black-triad theory, attachment theory and the secure, effective communication methods, some of Jordan Pterson ideas on assertiveness and how it is a part of the psychotherapy training, the big 5 theory (mainly: agreeableness vs. disagreeableness), sarcasm and humor as defensive and survival mechanisms, and social intelligence. And more, of course. My struggles are also included.

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