When we discuss high value, we are ultimately learning about what is archetypal for a particular sex. The definition for archetype is:
The original pattern or model from which all things of the same kind are copied or on which they are based; a model or first form; prototype.
An archetype provides an ideal that evolved through time. We can apply archetypes to male/female relationships to understand selection, attraction, escalation, sex & commitment. Namely, there is an archetype for the male and an archetype for the female. Archetypes explain selection, attraction, escalation, sex & commitment.
The archetype for the male is masculinity. We call this archetype alpha. The archetype for the female is femininity. We call this archetype beta.
The key to success for a male is to become the male gender archetype, alpha. The key to success for a female is to become the female gender archetype, beta.
Alpha has to do with excellence in philosophy, love, finance & health. Beta has to do with excellence in philosophy, love & health. The rest of this text will thus be broken down into the components of the male archetype alpha. From there we will do a deep dive into each and how they relate to creation of a high value male.