Bringing the Better Deal: A Life Changing Man's Guide to Approaching, Getting, and Most Importantly Keeping the Women They Desire is a plan to help you solve your dilemma. More importantly than that, Phil Gilliam will guide you through the steps to creating a Unique Appealing Persona and will help you to enjoy a Social Market that will not only have you dating the women you desire, but have their friends introducing and endorsing you!
This is not the typical scheme helping guys learn to be a player and get girls. In fact, it is just the opposite. This book is designed for nice guys to be nice guys and finish first, and it is designed to help you to enhance your genuine personality and create situations so that the women you find attractive are going to be attracted to the real you. No fake personalities to try to keep up, no lines to memorize and then try to remember.
You will learn how to enhance your whole life and be more confident in every situation you find yourself in Bringing the Better Deal: A Life Changing Man's Guide to Approaching, Getting, and Most Importantly Keeping the Women They Desire will help you to be the man you want to be, show you how to present the new you to the world and of course be the guy that the other guys are staring at and wishing they could be!
©2009 Phil Gilliam; (P)2009 Tate
A few examples or ante-dots and definitely less material would have been appreciated. The author commented that the material was overwhelming, however, for me, it verged on insulting. The title is also inappropriate, the idea that men can't approach, get or keep a woman because of such severe lacking was overkill in my opinion. The title should have have been simply, "How to be a Civilized and Functional Adult.
The length. It was so much content that I got the impression a man that the author couldn't really pinpoint a solution, other than suggesting perfection. I found the book to do exactly what it suggestion men avoid. It was very superficial and there simply wasn't enough content that mattered.
The performance was very monotonousness.
I would cut out the information on preparing one's home which including maintain a supply tissue. I would also cut out the chapter on etiquette which I expected would give more insight into the rules of chivalry instead of how to eat a meal and where a man should place his fork once he finishes a meal.
I have been married to the same wonderful wife for over 27 years and have two adult children, out of the house, that are married, working, and doing well.
The part I like best about Phil Giliam's book are the ideas that help us to be better.
I am not a good writer when it come to women, so I not sure how to change this book for the better.
Josh Kilbourne is a good reader and speaker.
I like listening to this book in parts and then think about each part.
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