If the whole “warrior” paradigm is appealing—and I define that as a paradigm where you strive against an enemy, which could even be yourself—I don’t think you have to be [some cool thing] in order to express it. Because with every passing second, a little more potential is being taken away; entropy is dismantling our plans, little by little.
So the warrior paradigm can be employed by living a life of discipline, so as to deny my cravings the power to disrupt my momentum. I can aggressively maneuver against all obstacles, and be brutally honest with myself to clear my perception, so I can formulate the best strategy possible. I can try and deny entropy all positions with which it can stifle my opportunities.
I believe one can meditate, go to workshops, or research all the life hacks they want, but if those tools don’t cut through obstacles and gain people position/victory, then they are only aping the idea of a warrior, not living it.