Oversimplify complicated issues, then have a very loud opinion about it. Share those opinions as often as possible, especially on social media via memes.
Limit your influences and embrace confirmation bias. Only seek information that already supports your existing beliefs. Live in an echo chamber. It feels real nice not having anyone disagree.
Speak before you listen, and don't actually listen when it's the other person's turn. They might have something to say that could disturb your way of thinking.
Blame everyone else and never take responsibility. It's their fault, anyway. Focus on the sawdust, not your planks.
Prefer pessimism. See the worst in everyone. Guilty until proven innocent. Everyone is out to get you.
Complain often and with much vigor. If you don't immediately receive validation for your grievances, try doing it louder with more colorful language.
Follow your heart. Rely solely on your emotions for decision-making. Happiness alone is key! Your gut never lies.
Criticize everyone. How else will they learn to see things your way? Start with nagging to warm them up, then cut straight to the hard insults.
Ignore feedback. You risk information overload by hearing others out. They probably have ulterior motives, anyway. This also helps avoid any cognitive dissonance (similar to number 2).
Never back down. This is the most controversial of the ten, because it works both ways, for making the world better and worse. Bold, tenacious, committed effort is essential. Opposition will come, so be ready.