I don't know if any of the aspects here are exactly revolutionary, but he explains them clearly and seems to have a greater background and interest in general self-help work than many other dating coaches.He gives good advice that for guys new to this will help them see this as a long-term process of working on themselves and mastering their thoughts and emotions.
A lot of guys who are new to this will go overboard with this idea and risk coming off as weird.
Whereas women may be trying to have a normal conversation with you, if you keep dodging their questions and giving strange answers you can come off as trying to hard and do more harm than good.
A couple of examples he gives are, if a woman in a shop asks you what your postcode is, you can reply, 'What would you like it to be?
' Or if you are being served in a fast food joint and she asks 'Would you like fries with that?
This is an entry level product for absolute beginners only.
Some of the ideas suggested here need a base level of confidence and competence with women that beginners may not yet possess, though.
Carlos Xuma made his appearance in the Playboy Magazine and Playboy Radio, on CBS Television, World Talk Radio, Maxim Magazine and Maxim Radio, David De Angelo Dating Gurus, Summum Magazine, Neil Strauss’ Stylelife and The Allen Handleman “Rock Talk” Radio Show.
If you have no experience whatsoever with dating advice and are looking to increase your success with women, you may find this product beneficial.
He gives advice on how to feel comfortable in showing your own masculinity and boost up your self-confidence, in order to achieve larger success in dating and relationships with women.
His doctrine lies in the suppressed masculinity of a man when he was a young boy.