While Ross Jeffries might be the self proclaimed “Godfather of Pickup,” I think there are few who would deny that David De Angelo is one the most respected gurus in the dating industry.David De Angelo’s first book Double Your Dating is considered a classic in the community, and introduced the world to the cocky/funny concept that is almost universally accepted as the gold standard of flirting.At this moment, she says she doesn't believe it will.My question is this: do you believe your program can aid me in turning her around on this? I contacted some women before I got there via e-mail and slept with 2 of them on first dates, and made out with another seriously on the 2nd date..more now...David is just a normal guy from Oregon who’s worked hard to learn how to meet women, get a date, and create lasting attraction.“The things I was learning from books and seminars… “By hanging out with guys who intuitively got the attraction game, watching what they did, modeling them, and understanding their beliefs and how they saw the world — that was how I figured it out.David’s articles may me a bit basic for guys who’ve been studying this stuff for years… I tend to write about what is on my mind so you'll find a mix of self development, social dynamics and dating articles/experiences.but if you asked me to recommend one guru to a compete newbie… For a collection of some of my favorite articles check them out.
including interviews which basically every dating coach out there.A lot of dating experts make outrageous claims — like they’ve been good with women since before they could even talk — but not David De Angelo.He doesn’t pretend to have all the answers or make promises he can’t keep.In fact, I have more #'s than I can keep track of between the net and now from meeting women from performing music in small clubs. I never put them together, like you put it, as a formula. I am not a chemist, but the components of our table salt, taken separately, is deadly to us. Yet, if we put them together, we will have its savory benefit.Why is it that a woman who is only interested in the funny, cocky and challenging (i.e., interesting) men, later in life tries to raise sons that are sweet, thoughtful and "nice"? In a one paragraph email, you managed to tell me about a MINIMUM of three major mistakes that you made with this particular girl.