Reading non-fiction without being actively engaged provides what I call “fantasy learning.” It’s a type of passive learning where people read and get excited about the idea of making a change, yet don’t take any action.
Remember, the books I recommend below are great resources.
Have whoever's shooting step back just enough to get a three-fourths shot of your body."Urbinati: "White can wash out in photos, so if you're in shape, a simple well-fitting crew tee or Henley in gray is flattering and effortless.
The smart, easy-to-read format offers lots of guy-friendly lists (i.e., “The Top 10 Signs She’s Made for You” and “8 Ways to Make Her Swoon”).
Some of the advice on meeting women is obvious (“Be bold in your approach!
The truth is that the right words at the right time can boost your sagging ego after a breakup or fortify you with enough confidence to approach the girl across the room. Your testosterone count won’t plunge when you pick up one of these tomes, but your game might soar.
Whether the wisdom is from other players who excel at the rules or a smart chick who offers insider tips on how to score, these six books will get you off the sidelines and into the dating game. by James Bassil A soup-to-nuts guidebook for the single guy, James Bassil’s slim tome scores major points as a dating 101 primer, covering all aspects from tips on breaking the ice to becoming a first-date pro.