Mark Manson – Models: Attract Women Through Honesty

Mark Manson – Models: Attract Women Through HonestyModels by Mark Manson
Published by Createspace Independent Pub on 2011
Genres: Family & Relationships, Love & Romance
Pages: 296
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Models is the first book ever written on seduction as an emotional process rather than a logical one, a process of connecting with women rather than impressing them. It's the most mature and honest guide on how a man can attract women without faking behavior, without lying and without emulating others. A game-changer. Inside, you'll learn: The root behavior that causes all female attraction. Why typical dating advice and pick up theory is counter-productive in the long-run. How to overcome nervousness and anxiety around attractive women. How any man can make himself appear attractive with a little time and effort. The three keys to keeping conversations with women interesting and engaging. How to discover the beliefs and attitudes that are sabotaging your success with women. How to develop a genuine and joyful sense of humor. And much more...

Mark Manson keeps popping up on Facebook as a suggested friend, as we have many friends in common. I have never met the guy, so I haven’t added him, but I did decide to read his book to see what he was about.

It’s a pretty cool book.

The secret is in the title, the entire book is about being honest with who you are and what you like, then expressing that, honestly, in order to be attractive to women. No secrets, no tricks, just honesty.

Obviously sitting on your ass in a basement isn’t going to help, you actually have to go out and meet women and get over any social anxiety you might have yourself or with a therapist. This book isn’t really about that though, it’s about being authentic to yourself and in a world full of other people’s expectations about how you should be and what goals you should aim for in life, that can be kind of hard to do for some. Confidently expressing who you are, even harder.

It’s a fun read and full of little pieces of advice that resonated. I’m terrible at deep introspection but it was good to read his advice which helped trigger lots of memories and recollections I have from when I am authentic to my core beliefs.