No lame pickup lines, and no asking you to do stupid things that warrant embarrassment. Clearing Common Misconceptions Myth #1 (as covered in Double Your Dating): Women are only interested in dating handsome, wealthy or powerful men.
Just a real tool with real tips, pointers and skills that real people can use and expect success with. David De Angelo dispels this common misconception, and provides you with exact and specific directions on how to manufacture these attractive triggers into women’s minds and thus embed it as their impression of you.
Something that just might make you take a new perspective and think about things in a way you've never thought about before...
If I really thought about it, I could probably find another few in there as well..
This week I would like to turn the tables around and try something a little bit different.
Double Your Dating is a training course that offers guys the means by which to learn the essentials of dating.
Like so many other like training courses, it promises to make guys have more success with women.
In fact, I have more #'s than I can keep track of between the net and now from meeting women from performing music in small clubs. I never put them together, like you put it, as a formula. I am not a chemist, but the components of our table salt, taken separately, is deadly to us. Yet, if we put them together, we will have its savory benefit.
Why is it that a woman who is only interested in the funny, cocky and challenging (i.e., interesting) men, later in life tries to raise sons that are sweet, thoughtful and "nice"? In a one paragraph email, you managed to tell me about a MINIMUM of three major mistakes that you made with this particular girl.
Afterwards, several people hung around to discuss the ideas I shared.
One of them was a self-described “sassy burner girl” — who is now my wife.”“What’s interesting is that I was taking my own advice, and doing one of the “techniques” I taught in my very last dating program (“Become Mr. I was living my purpose, and sharing my best ideas and strategies for self-actualization and making a difference.” So that’s David De Angelo on being a man — it’s about being who you are, living a life of purpose and being open to who’s out there.
In them both Chris and myself opened ourselves up in a very personal and revealing way.
We held nothing back and explored what it is to be men.
He also clears up several other common misconceptions that many men have about women, which can be a major obstacle preventing them from getting close to the ladies.