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Master the Art of the Approach

How to Pick up Women
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In this eagerly anticipated book, world renown pick-up artist Albert Reese uncovers the secrets to easily and confidently approaching and then ensnaring any beautiful woman who you desire. In this book, you’ll learn how to “hack” the approach and create instant rapport and attraction with the opposite sex. 

You’ll learn it all. From using proper body language to using your voice as a tool of mass seduction. Albert Reese will walk you through the entire process and equip you with all the tools and techniques you’ll ever need to approach and seduce a stunning woman or even a group of women - any place or any time. You’ll never again have to say to yourself, “I blew my chance,” or “I should’ve talked to her,” because with this book in your arsenal, you’ll truly become a Master of the Art of the Approach.
 

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  • orlandodb
  • 26-10-2018

The Real Deal

So many of these dating books teach a lot of nonsense. But this is the real deal.

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  • Donald H
  • 28-10-2018

Useful tips and techniques

I'll begin by making it clear that this widower is well past his days of approaching woman. I saw that this audiobook was on a list of available audiobooks in an audiobook club that I'm a member of. So out of sheer curiosity I decided to listen to it. After listening to this audiobook in its entirety, I must say that it is chock-full of useful tips, techniques and strategies that any young man who is still in the dating field will find very useful. If I were still a young man in the dating field, I'd devour the information in this book and apply the strategies routinely.

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  • Autumn Graham
  • 22-03-2019

Versatile advice that takes into account all conte

There’s a lot of emphasis on the fact that there are no “magic formulas” that work no matter what. In truth, this theme is repeated and implied throughout the whole book. Thank goodness that this is established even early on in the book because it definitely revolutionized the way I wanted to improve the way I approached women.

As weird as it may sound, I personally think that the best terms for describing the techniques you can expect to get from this book are “flexible” and “versatile”. It’s probably safe to assume that there’s a general consensus that many facets of dating are relatively subjective. For example, certain responses and reactions would be considered normal in one context or culture, but inappropriate in others. So it makes sense that the guidelines and general rules of thumb should also be as equally “malleable”. I think the book does a good job in this area, and I think I can explain why.

First off, there’s literally a list of various lines to use in various locations. It’s a very detailed system that requires some paying attention to (otherwise you might get confused), but it’s definitely very informative. That section alone already covers a lot of ground, but it would be too much of a stretch to assume that it covers every single possible situation out there, and that takes me to my next point. Secondly, in order to help the readers even in situations that aren’t explicitly mentioned in the book, they are provided with lots of guiding principles that can be shaped and adapted for specific situations.

Sure, there are some fixed rules. For example, Chapter 1 mentioned that a man shouldn’t approach a woman from behind and surprise her, especially if she’s a stranger. It’s a good rule that applies in all contexts. However, dating isn’t comprised of only fixed rules. As the very last chapter of the book emphasizes, there are guiding principles that as long as they’re present, you’ll be able to deal with almost any situation that comes your way. For example, maybe there are certain cultural events that are exclusive to your community. So even though the author has never heard of the cultural event and hasn’t given you the specific lines to use in that situation, he has given you some guiding principles such as, “Be clear and open about your intentions when approaching someone. Be aware of how you’re presenting yourself, etc.”

So armed with even just those general principles, a man won’t be out of his depth no matter where in the world he is or who he’s talking to. If that’s something that you’re interested in, then this would be a great book for you!

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  • Jermaine Carbone
  • 22-03-2019

Teaching men how to fish.

As the cliché goes, “Give a man a fish, and he eats for a day. Teach a man how to fish, and he eats for the rest of his life.” Yes, I know it’s an overused saying, but I think it perfectly encapsulates what this book was trying to do. Having finished the book, I can finally understand the title. The central theme is about the “art” of approaching women. Towards the end of the book, the writer even refers to himself as a “maestro”. And if that’s the case, then that must mean that the readers are his understudies? Is that what they’re called? I don’t know the technical terms for this, sorry!

Anyway, what I mean to say is that this particular author/maestro wants to help people become as skilled as he is. Instead of just giving them the lines they need to say, he attempts to train his readers. And if I remember correctly, there was a part of the book where he even encourages readers to craft their own lines. In effect, it’s as if he’s teaching the readers how to fish. He goes into detail about why the lines work, where and when they work, and even the underlying principles that form the bases for good lines. Learning all of this means that not only do we now have an abundance of great lines to use, but we are even given the ability to continue creating lines of our own. Ultimately, this means that we technically have an unlimited supply of lines. And honestly speaking, how many of us could say that before we read this book?

Interestingly enough, the cliché about teaching men how to fish also fits in perfectly with another cliché saying, “There’s plenty of fish in the sea.” Keeping that in mind actually makes me grateful that the book is so process-oriented. After all, having only a limited number of lines to use on an almost incalculable number of women in the world means that we would be seriously underprepared and ill-equipped. In summary, the book is an extremely useful resource, which I plan on revisiting time and time again. And maybe that was the maestro’s intention all along because Chapter 2 actually mentioned the continuous and looping process of self-improvement, which would require rereading a few parts of the book.

This is still consistent with the maestro-understudy dynamic because no one’s training is completed all at once. Training and learning are continuous processes, so it could be that reading this book should also become a habit. Again, this is just my personal opinion and speculation. However, you wouldn’t be doing either the book or yourself any justice, just saying!

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  • James Bennett
  • 21-03-2019

Works like a charm.

I would definitely recommend this to anyone I think would need it. It’s almost interactive. Like especially if you’re listening to the audiobook, you can almost forget that you’re listening to a recording because there’s a fair amount of questions and other elements that make it almost feel as if you’re listening to someone monologue. One of the many advantages offered by the electronic book version is that you can have the lines right on your phone at all times without being conspicuous.

I can’t imagine having to carry around a hard copy of a book regarding dating advice and then flipping the pages to find a line to use in a hurry. I wouldn’t even want to have a physical copy in my car! But having it in audiobook form also means that I can listen to it at any time and refresh my memory before a night out. Not that there’s a lot of memorization involved, I’m just the sort of person who likes to have things within my reach. To a degree, it has sort of become a placebo good luck charm for me. Just knowing that I have the book with me even when I’m having a conversation reminds me, “There’s no need to be overly anxious, you can relax a little bit because if anything goes wrong, you have the book right here with you.” In turn, just thinking that actually does calm me down a little bit and I find that I’m better able to hold a conversation.

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  • Judith Eby
  • 21-03-2019

Plot twist!

Up until this book, I had no idea it was possible for a non-fiction book to have a plot twist in it. I don’t want to spoil anything, so suffice it to say that this book is filled with surprises (but only good ones!). Obviously, there isn’t really a story or plot within the book itself, because this book isn’t a narrative, it’s a guide. But to be fair, there could be a plot twist in my real life because of everything I’ve acquired from this book.

It’s almost as if your mind and inner person evolve throughout the book, which makes sense in a way because learning can be transformative. So as you go through the book, there’s this sense that more is expected of you as your abilities increase and develop. It’s feels as if you’re undergoing training. You start with the basics, work hard and practice, and keep going as your tasks increase in difficulty. Similarly, the beginning of the book doesn’t involve that much interaction, but eventually, you reach a point in the book where you’re expected to actually put yourself out there. But it’s not overwhelming or too nerve-wracking because you know you’ve got a great coach (the book) behind you who always has your back. Happy reading!

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  • Benjamin Lynch
  • 21-03-2019

It’s a crash course of everything you need to know

Okay, maybe not everything, but the book absolutely covers a lot. It goes from very basic information to stuff that only the “experts” would know. It doesn’t matter what level your social skills and approaching skills are at, you’ll be able to keep up with the book at a comfortable pace. I can picture a 20-year-old reading this just as easily as I can picture a 40-year-old reading this. There’s something for everyone. As humans, we never stop learning, and this book sure is a good place to start learning. The advantage that older guys have over the younger ones is that the former have learned quite a bit from experience.

However, the advantage for a younger person who reads this book is that he won’t have to learn things through trial and error, or as we say, “the hard way.” There are just so many things that could go wrong. And of course, we all expect to make some mistakes while dating, that’s just a normal part of life. But not reading this book even though you know you need help would be another mistake you wouldn’t want to make. Why waste time learning things the hard way when someone has already gone through the trouble of distilling and compiling those lessons for your sake?

However, the book doesn’t say that you don’t need to get out there and practice. Really, it repeatedly encourages men to keep trying. The good thing is that at least with these lessons, the readers won’t be “shooting blind”, so to speak. Even if you feel as if you’re completely clueless about dating, you’ll be able to get out there and even expect to do well to some degree. You can view the tips and techniques as a sort of “starter pack”. Or if you’re more experienced, the tips could act as a sort of refinement to your established methods. All I can say is that it is such a great time to be alive. We live in an age where this kind of advice is free flowing, almost overflowing. As residents of this era in humanity, it is (almost) our responsibility to take advantage of resources just like this one.

Our world is structured in a way that allows us to pick and choose who can give us advice. I’m just glad that I made the right choice in picking this out. I don’t think anyone could read this entire book and not learn a single new thing. I know that no person in the world knows everything, but honestly speaking, there will always be someone who knows more than we do. The best we can do is to keep on learning and developing who we are, and this book would be a great help with that.

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  • Neal I. Smythe
  • 20-03-2019

Keeping it classy.

The writer maintains a respectful attitude toward women throughout the book and he even encourages the readers to continue to do so as well. This really made an impact on me because the ability to communicate well with members of the opposite sex can seem like a superpower to some of us. And like any ability or superpower, you can choose to use it however you want. And the writer makes it clear that he’s helping his readers communicate well in order for the women that they approach to be able to see what these men have to offer. The techniques in the book are for communicating with women, not manipulating them.

The author does well with women, but doesn’t take them for granted. I particularly like this aspect of the writing because it means that the readers are more likely to get into healthy relationships. Respect should permeate all aspects of our lives, and that includes social interaction. And I believe that is one of the main takeaways from the book: regardless of who you are or whom you’re talking to, you can only expect a good conversation if you’re both being respectful. And it turns out that being respectful could include things like grooming, listening, and tone of voice, all of which is covered well in the book!

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  • Declan Ryan
  • 20-03-2019

Five chapters?

I have to admit that I was shocked when I first went through the table of contents and saw that there were only five chapters! I was initially disappointed because I was hoping to learn as much as possible. But then I started reading and realized that even though there were only five chapters, they each contained an immeasurable amount of content. Perhaps the word “chapters” doesn’t do the book justice. I believe a better label would be, “stages”. I mean, if you think about it, there is a gradual, steady progression from before you can start a conversation, to starting a conversation, to maintaining a conversation, to what to do even after the conversation.

Since the content is arranged in these “stages” and each chapter is expected to cover an entire stage, there is just so much information that ends up being so neatly packaged. There are a few chapters, but each has several subheadings and branch-offs, which I think it’s the most effective and efficient way to present so much information. Five chapters is just the right number of chapters needed because anymore would have resulted in an information overload. I got over my initial disappointment because all five chapters ended up exceeding my expectations. I’m very happy with my purchase!

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  • Natasha Patel
  • 20-03-2019

Unexpectedly educational.

I didn’t know what to expect when I started the book. It has been a great and educational experience. Looking forward to applying what I’ve learned!

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