Naked!: How to Find the Perfect Partner by Revealing Your True Self Paperback – Dec 19 2011
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About the Author
David Wygant is an internationally renowned dating and relationship coach, author, and speaker. Over the last 20 years, David has become one of the most frequently quoted dating experts in the media. He writes for 'The Huffington Post' and 'Ask Men;' and offers his advice via numerous communication outlets including MTV, 'The New York Times,' MSNBC, Fox News, 'Cosmopolitan, Men's Health,' and E! Entertainment Television - as well as on numerous radio shows.
To find out more about David and his dating and relationship-building products, please visit www.davidwygant.com .
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Finally, David Wygant's Naked! came out. With this book I diddn't learn any magic tricks or mind reading gimmicks. I learned how to really open myself and become authentic with everyone around me. Let me tell you, I've already noticed a huge difference! I'm open and friendly with everyone and I've seen women checking me out. This never used to happen! I'm meeting amazing and beautiful women. I've started on a road to great dating success in my life, all thanks David's ability to undress my ego and expose my true self, my naked self. This truly was a game changer for me. When everything else failed, David was there to show me the way.
What do I mean by that? I mean that this book is a no-excuses and no-whining approach to self-improvement and really facing your own shortcomings and demons. It's about owning up to your life and choices, forgiving yourself and moving on. After reading this book I have finally and sincerely embarked on my journey to embracing life. I have begun to smile more often, talk more frequently to people, I am putting myself first in a positive manner, and my self-worth has been gradually increasing. This book has served as the greatest catalyst for ALL of my previous readings in the self-improvement field.
My only concern with this book is that it didn't take into account that some of the readers may have never dated (I have never dated, hence the concern), and as a result I had to alter some exercises to fit my own situation (nothing big, but felt like mentioning it).
This review may sound biased but this is HOW I FEEL about this book and what it's done for me and I hope it will do something great for future readers as well.
A little about my own experience in the self-improvement field:
I am avid reader of self-improvement and psychology articles/books and I've listened to many audio programs and watched some video programs. Books that I have read include classics such as:
* "Think and Grow Rich," by Napoleon Hill,
* "How to Win Friends & Influence People," by Dale Carnegie,
* I've listened to "30 Days to Unlimited Power," By Anthony Robbins and
* I have also watched "Deep Inner Game," By David Deangelo and Dr. Paul Dobransky.
I mention this to establish my experience in the field of self-studying psychology and behavioral sciences.
This book hit home..made me cry thinking about my life. Pretending...need to be yourself. Can't fake it always. No be blinded by need/lust.
A third of the book is about when you go out on a first date and the girl/guy is not calling you back or not picking up your call. How not to get frustrated, not to worry, because the other person really didn't get a chance to get to know us, and that some people fuss over it for months. Ok, mention it, it can happen, but the author makes it seem like everyone is like that, crying over. Repeating process endlessly in a boring way. Who does that anyway, is this a book for teenagers? I've read some books on relationships and pickup. Some better ones like "The way of the superior man", some that were good and innovative when they came out, maybe little outdated now, "the game", "mystery method", some really entertaining "get laid or die trying" . The rest just like bad copies with rearranged words "how to get the girl, ignore and score" or another bad one "the art of approach, the a game guide....".
Now, not only its my opinion, also my friends who don't even read books on the subject or are not familiar with pickup community, will not cry over someone not returning a call. Anyway over 20 reviews in less than 2 months from the publishing. Are these reviewers authors friends? Also there is a new trend on Amazon. First copies are distributed among friends or sold at big discount, that's what Richard La Ruina did with "the natural"and which dating coaches don't have a large social circle.
As promised, let me finish the book and you can either thank me for not spending money on this cr*p, or I'll take it all back and if the book is worth it and innovative, there will be two informative reviews that will definitely contribute to improving one's relationship and sales of "naked"
Re-review, after finishing.
Shortly, 2 stars total, up from 1 star before. The author has his point, when talking about honesty and love.
Sometimes its not very practical, like in saying "don't spill candy in the lobby" . I still think that the book is not bringing anything new, and lacks in creativity. Also lots of reviews do sound like sales pitch. "Buy this book! " and so on. Many reviewers must know the writer personally, either by using his first name, some even admitting. So I wouldn't rely on all those 5 stars reviews. Worth the money? I don't really care about few bucks, worth the time? Definitely no.
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