A minor quibble on this point:
If they follow the typical, normative 9-5 lifestyle and waste a lot of time on social media or other time-consuming frills, assume that they are not suitable for your crew. In addition, you should take in consideration what their ambitions are. Do they want to serve society or themselves? If they serve society they are more or less blinded by it, thus decreasing their potential and worth. Remember, a man’s worth should be partly evaluated by his ambitions for the future, not where he stands in present time. So, think about whether he has such a drive for accomplishments, and make sure his soul is not a spark, but rather fully afire.
A false dichotomy, if the society is a true community, led by men -- in which case when they serve society they are serving themselves.
However, if society refers to a mass aggregate of consumers, immersed in pop culture and exploited by the elites for their own gain, then the division is valid.
I know some good men at one parish but they're not in my age group. At another parish, there are men closer to my age but we share no common political ideals and none of them have really taken the red pill. Where to find some like-minded peers? Can such a tribe be formed here?