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    Default Books for beginners?

    I'm a newb and i've heard W. Anton’s book “The Manual: What Women Want and How to Give It to Them” is a pretty good book to pick up. Any suggestions for books?

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    Default Re: Books for beginners?

    Double Your Dating by David DeAgnelo and conquer your campus. They are both Ebooks, but they are must reads for someone your age.

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    Default Re: Books for beginners?

    sounds intresting i might pick up W. Anton’s book “The Manual: What Women Want and How to Give It to Them”.. mostly because this book is about being yourself, and how to get women by doing that. That's why i don't like other pick up books because i have to act fake

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    Default Re: Books for beginners?

    I have not read that one so I cannot comment on it, I will look into it though.

    I can go ahead and say that most good books on the game are actually all about being yourself. There is this misconception that this community is about being fake and saying whatever it takes to get a girl to go home with you, but that is not the case. I will even argue that you cannot get a girl without being yourself, girls see through ALL the fake stuff. The PUA community is about making yourself a better person, and making yourself into the person that girls want to spend time with, not about being fake and putting on a show to get a girl to sleep with you.

    I will tell you that both of the books I recommended have the same outlooks and are more about the Mindset.

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    Default Re: Books for beginners?

    HOW TO BE A PEOPLE MAGNET - Leil Lowndes
    HOW TO MAKE ANYONE FALL IN LOVE WITH YOU - Leil L
    UNDERCOVER SEX SIGNALS - Leil L
    about everything she has written, it is fun and relaxing, a true FeelGoodFacts-book

    Also i recommend to read more on NLP and Self Improvement than on pick up, because pick up is only a fraction of self improvement and you can get to be a good pua by reading a book about banking

    make sure you have a good time reading it, otherwise you might as well do nothing.
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    Default Re: Books for beginners?

    Dan Bacon- The Flow is a really good book, it taught me a lot.

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    Default Re: Books for beginners?

    Thanks guy's i really appeciate the feedback. And i had a pretty good breakthough today.. I found myself constantly thinking of what to say.. and i wasn't having a good time.. instead i just let life flow though me and let it do the rest..(Like letting things flow and not worrie about it) and i had a blast! not to mention went out in the hallway in math and had like a pow wow of three girls around me X) ahhhhh ya!

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    Default Re: Books for beginners?

    Art of Approach by Joseph Matthews is a MUST READ.

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    Default Re: Books for beginners?

    The Game by Neil Strauss, this book is old, but the basic principles are still around. Learn to filter some of the more impractical parts. Otherwise its a really good read nonetheless.

    15 Steps to Becoming a Master Seducer by Kezia Noble.

    The Natural Art of Seduction by Richard La Ruina

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    Default Re: Books for beginners?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Greezy View Post
    Art of Approach by Joseph Matthews is a MUST READ.
    advice taken


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