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The Elite Way : 10 Rules Men Must Know in Order to Deal with Women
by Tariq Nasheed


Overview - This book, The Elite Way, is designed to give men straightforward rules about dating and relationships without the filter of political correctness. To some, the concept of rules as they pertain to relationships may seem rigid, cold or calculating. After all, we have been taught that relationships are supposed to be based on spontaneity, chance encounters, luck and uncontrollable emotions.  Read more...

 
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Overview
This book, The Elite Way, is designed to give men straightforward rules about dating and relationships without the filter of political correctness. To some, the concept of rules as they pertain to relationships may seem rigid, cold or calculating. After all, we have been taught that relationships are supposed to be based on spontaneity, chance encounters, luck and uncontrollable emotions. Any game or situation you get into has to have rules for there to be order. If you play a game like blackjack or poker, it is gambling, but it is also a game of strategy. That's why poker is often considered a sport. Understanding and effectively dealing with women is a sport. That's why men who have mastered certain strategies to get women are often called "players." Best selling author and world renowned "Game Advisor" Tariq Elite (The Art Of Mackin, Play Or Be Played, The Mack Within, etc) breaks down the 10 essential rules that every man should know in order to effectively deal with women. Comprehending these rules will help any man master the sport of dating and relationships.


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  • ISBN-13: 9780971135345
  • ISBN-10: 0971135347
  • Publisher: King Flex Ent
  • Publish Date: December 2009
  • Page Count: 174


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