Nietzsche is discussing, let's suppose, the stages higher men have undergone through the course of history. So trying to apply it to everyday life would depend on one being a "higher man", and higher men are better off let's say forming their own values not drawing from Nietzsche.
In effect, it's just "philosophy", a way to convince us something, the nature of the "overman". I wouldn't apply it to anything other than the history of philosophy.
I am not saying you're the herd, as many scholars would deny that is an objective category. I'm just saying that Nietzsche isn't writing a guide book on going over. You would be better off with an eastern religion, or kung fu, or maybe even socializing with the upper classes, if you want to better yourself.
Oh I added some qualifications, but even if N.'s writing are meant to be transformative, they are meant I think to prepare the earth for the overman, perhaps by helping us love humanity. There's probably something like this is the self help literature if your question is a burning one... which of course is possible, many of us feel upset at the defacement of higher values, and despise a society in which the last man can thrive. But if you want to go a step further and become what you are, then I would suggest living and thinking like Nietzsche, not living out his philosophy.
Indeed, at the close Zarathustra / Nitezsche cajoles his friends the higher men to go their own way and not be followers or believers in him. You might want to raad ecce homo for something more in the spirit of self help. Oh and fwiw I wouldn't wipe my arse with those links, for whatever reason.