The easiest way to raise your value as a man is to spend a majority of your day engaged in high value activities.
We know instinctively what are high value activities: lifting, working on your career, working on your side career, approaching women, learning a valuable skill, etc...
Most men spend most of their day engaged in low value activities: watching tv, surfing the net, engaged in social media. Consequently, most men find themselves living a mediocre life.
This seems like very simple advice, but in practice, it's very hard. It's hard to consistently wake up early and go to the gym - it's hard to put your head down and work on your career without surfing the internet or taking breaks - it's hard to put your ego on the line and approach women every day. However, it is these hard tasks which, repeated daily, will forge you into a higher value man.
Of course, we can't spend all day being a hardass. We need to relax. That's why I emphasize spending a majority of your day engaged in high value activities. For example, in a 16 hour day, I'll likely spend 12 hours engaged in high value stuff, and 4 hours of goofing off. Some days I might work a bit more, some days I might work a bit less, but that's about average.
If you're ever confused whether an activity is high value or low value, keep in mind that every activity will be different depending on your situation. If you're an investment banker, spending a majority of your day playing video games is clearly low value. But if you're a video game tester, then playing video games would be high value.
The easiest way to determine if an activity is high value is to ask yourself this question, "Does this activity help me achieve my goals?" If the answer is no, it's a low value activity. (And if you don't have goals, then read the post on goals on the sidebar.)
And as always, with any advice on the net, remember - "Adapt what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is specifically your own." - Bruce Lee
EDIT: Cool, thanks for the gold!