Hey there –
Wanted to pass along another interesting review of my book…
This one made me smile as I related a lot to this guy.
Jumping through endless hoops just to come back to a simple, intelligent, balanced approach.
Anyway, I’ll let him speak:
Just picked up a copy of How To Get A Girlfriend. I am indeed back where I started.
I had to laugh when I read this on your site…”You go and purchase an ebook of How To Pickup Up Girls. That runs say $50. Then you buy a DVD set that costs you $400, then you go pay for a boot camp which costs $2500. Add it all up & you’ve wasted over $2900 on stuff that will only lead you RIGHT BACK TO ME.”
If you include about another dozen ebooks, a seminar, a second boot camp, another DVD set, some audio CD’s, hotel bills & travel, I’ve probably thrown nearer $7000 in the last six months.
I really bought into this whole community thing, somehow I thought by throwing some money at it & grafted at it, I’d have my choice of women. Horseshit. In all fairness, it wasn’t a total waste, I quite enjoying approaching & meeting new people & striking up a conversation, but it aint rocket science. Listen, show some genuine interest, ask intelligent questions & relate to whats being said.
Problem is my lifestyle sucks, no amount of body language tricks, clever openers, interesting conversational structures or plain bs can cover that up. I’ve financial & family considerations that limit what I can & can’t do, but even so, pulling a sixty hour week at work cause I don’t want to go to an empty home isn’t helping either.
So, I’m back where I started. I’ve just ditched almost every last piece of ‘pickup’ material I’ve acquired, pulling my name from email lists, et.al. My purpose is financial independence. F*ck knows how I’m going to do it, but do it I will. The ladies will just have to wait a little longer for me than planned.
Words cant express the relief I’m feeling at the moment. I’m doing what I should have done, find a place to start & figure it out on my own and not let someone else do my thinking for me, as you say in the book.
All the best with your future endeavours, Stephen.
Much obliged Mr. A – and keep me posted on how things progress for you.
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