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Note: This review and the rating have been done from the perspective of learning to get more success with women.
That Journey offered examples of those that were naturals and those that learned the game.
It also showed the destructive pattern of those that had allowed the game to fully take over their lives. I am half way through the book: 'The Game' by Style.
The important factor of the book was the journey that Style had gone through.
The journey as an AFC to a novice to a PUA and finally to m PUA.
If you don't know what the seduction / pick up artist community is, what dating advice is and why it transforms lives then you should buy this book.
It is an excellent starting place for newbies, and indeed the starting place for the vast majority of men.
99% of students of dating advice have read this book, and it helps you to situate yourself amongst all the instructors and terminology you will come across.In particular, I remember what one of my buddies said when he read it, "You always knew it was there...but noone talked about it, you always knew there was a reason the worst guys seemed to get the girls.. The curtain is drawn on the big secret." That is the value of this book - it will 'open your eyes' to the possibilities.Step 1: Select a Target Step 2: Approach and Open Step 3: Demonstrate Value Step 4: Disarm the Obstacles Step 5: Isolate the Target Step 6: Create an Emotional Connection Step 7: Extract to a Seduction Location Step 8: Pump Buying Temperature Step 9: Make a Physical Connection Step 10: Blast Last-Minute Resistance Step 11: Manage Expectations After reading this book, I was inspired. Not to mention the fact that it was very interesting (Never have I read a book twice, back to back). 16 pages about being stuck in border patrol in some random country, nothing to do with anythng.I thought I just learned all the right things to say to girls. He's got game..thats for sure, but he just gives examples, A sheet full of openers would have given his book an A rank.its only a C as its vague.