am 4. April 2013
If you're expecting an easy-to-apply dating 101 or pick-up guide, keep your hands off this book. In spite of the title, this isn't one.
This short, concise book will do for you what Patton's famous speech did for Third Army: it will give you the straight goods, but it will also send you on an epic journey. When you get down to the bottom of it, this book isn't even about pick-up. It's about life.
Operating on the principle that "success is not to be pursued, it is to be attracted by the person you turn yourself into", Rabin's basic and decidedly un-simple advice is: you don't need pick-up if you man up.
To do that will require facing certain uncomfortable truths and investing a hell of a lot of work into yourself before you even approach the first woman. If you're willing to do that, this book is not merely a game-changer, it's a life-changer, but be warned: you won't be able to make do with this one alone.
After reading this, you might want to follow it up with Deida's "Way of the Superior Man" and Tolle's "The Power of Now". For starters...