Dating: Becoming Alpha to the Core, 2nd Edition
- Dominate the Dating Scene through Developing the Six Key Alpha Male Traits Fast
- Narrated by: Gene Blake
- Length: 1 hr and 19 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 02-10-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Vinnie Snewing
Regular price: $6.95
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The answer is probably no, but here is the thing an alpha male is: An alpha male has self confidence in every area of his life. He knows how to attract women with ease as he has ultra-high self-esteem. He has created a life of success and happiness for himself, and you can too but you have to stop being an anxious, shy, scared, and sheep-like beta male. I have to be tough on you guys. It's the only way to get you solid results.
Learning these six key alpha male traits will put you on the right path to not only enjoying more sex and a fulfilled dating life but it will also improve how you communicate in business, with family, and with strangers. That is ultimately what an alpha male is: He is able to charm anyone, communicate on a deep level with anyone, achieve anything, and get respect from everyone. He has the most abundant lifestyle you could wish for and you could have the same.
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By JazzyNYC on 06-28-15
Waste of money
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
This is a complete waste of money and wish I could return it for something else. This is the most basic information I've ever heard. Literally sounds like a 14 year old wrote it and had his father read it. If you picture what kind of guy a girl wants. . Has money, is a go getter, popular, takes care of himself, drives a nice car, does what he wants, has a good social status. .then you don't need this book. It tells you only that. .not any tips or what so ever on anything to change or advice to follow. I listened to the whole thing waiting to hear anything that was eye opening. Nothing! I have tons of self help books and audio books. This is by far the worst I've ever heard. I don't like to bash anyone's work, but if someone pays money for something that is supposed to help or give knowledge, and there's no attempt to actually do so beyond common sense statements, then it gets me irritated.
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