Until you get to tubeless road tyres where we don't have a common standard yet and omg... It usually either flaps on too easily or you need immense patience. Sometimes it just works and you sit there wondering why and what you've broken.You need to push the tyre beads into the centre of the rim (the well), start at the bottom then work your way around with both hands, pushing the rest of the bead into the rim. This is the deepest part of the wheel and creates a bit of slack at the top as you work your way up. It may take 2-3 times working your way around, but you won’t ever need anything but your hands to get a tyre on.
Brute force isn’t the answer. Have a look on YouTube and you'll get the technique easily enough.