There are millions of single people world-wide - 8 million in the UK alone and nearly 100 million in the USA - and this figure is growing daily. This audio is for everyone who is single... but who does not want to be! Find out: Why everyone needs love and belonging? Where to find your soulmate? Where they are not! How do you attract a potential partner to you? How to attract the wrong partner.
You will find the answer to these questions and many more in this highly acclaimed and very practical audio. Discover where the game of love is played. Discover the secrets of attracting people to you. Discover how to create instant rapport and harmony. Discover what makes people fall in love and how to make them fall for you. Discover how to be a successful communicator - the NLP way. Discover how to be a great conversationalist. Discover where your Prince or Princess is waiting for you.
Most well-balanced human beings have a deep basic need for companionship, for love and belonging. To some extent this need can be satisfied by friends or family. But, deep down, most of us, most of you, have a fundamental need to have that one special person in your life with whom you can share your heart, your soul and your love: a soulmate. Someone who you can love and someone who loves you: unconditionally. Someone who loves you and accepts you for exactly who and what you are, rather than what they would like you to be as is so often the case. Use the practical tips from this audio to massiveley increase your chance of finding the right person to share your life with.
WHAT you say Master Webster........ and HOW you say it.......to the BEAT of the MUSIC ......... is OMG......... AMAZING!!!!! BRAAAAAAAVVVVVVOOOOO!!!!
What would have made The Love Game better?
There was no new information or insights offered. Just a re-hash of Dating for Dummies.
The background music was very annoying.
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Would you be willing to try another one of Russell Webster’s performances?
NO NO NO !
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Any additional comments?
The author seems very impressed with himself.
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