Double your dating the book
You get hyped up for an idea that isn’t explained in detail and isn’t really helpful. From Mark – “I was told to be cocky and funny, but how do you translate that into the real world? It’s pointless.” From Paul – “At least it was a quick read. I don’t think this will be helpful for me at all.” From Lenny – “I got one good line from it, and that’s about it.Take everything the sales letter says with a grain of salt.We were unimpressed by how much of the book was simply a regurgitation of the free material.And all the sneaky, amazing tips and tricks which are promised just aren’t there. Be “cocky and funny.” And “don’t be a wimpy nice guy.” Um, ok?
This is like telling someone who wants to become a master chef to “not burn the food.” The David De Angelo products harp on this single point – don’t be a nice wimp – as well as the point that We agree that teasing is an essential part of flirting, it’s important have a backbone, and yes, meet a lot of women. But after reading the book, we weren’t left with much more than that. – You pay for “David De Angelo” to drive this one point home again and again – with various stories, anecdotes, and reproaches – while you keep thinking the is just around the corner!
They were candid – and gave us a lot of information. – A lot of what he promises just isn’t in the book…