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Get the Guy: Use the Secrets of the Male Mind to Find, Attract and Keep Your Ideal Man
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Get the Guy: Use the Secrets of the Male Mind to Find, Attract and Keep Your Ideal Man [Format Kindle]

Matthew Hussey
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“Matthew is a genius whose magic needs to be shared with the world. His incredible understanding of love and relationships makes him the absolute best love guru! This book is a necessary tool for anyone looking for love.” (Eva Longoria, actor/producer)

“No crazy gimmicks, no pretending to be something you’re not. Just intelligent, empowering advice.” (Nikki Bayley, Glamour Magazine)

“Matthew’s methods are working… Those who would previously never dream of going up to a man are hunting them down in double figures. Phone numbers are collected like the spoils of victory… [We become] an army of women from whose charms no man is safe.” (Emma Messenger, The Daily Mail)

“A practical guide to understanding a man’s point of view about love and romance and how a woman can optimize self-esteem and integrity to find the love she deserves.” (Judith Orloff, MD, New York Times best-selling author of Emotional Freedom)

“This works, period. No sugar-coating, no gimmicks, no cheesy lines: Matt’s advice is practical, sometimes blunt, and most importantly, effective. You WILL get the guy after reading this, end of story!” (Louise Roe, fashion journalist, TV host)

“If you buy this book, you have an unfair advantage over men, and that’s just wrong.” (Bill Rancic, entrepreneur, devoted husband)

“Whether you’re in a committed relationship, or you’ve had little luck with men, this book will unravel your man-mystery and put you in control, which seems fair to me, no matter what my husband says.” (Giuliana Rancic, TV host, devoted wife)

Présentation de l'éditeur

This is the book that single women have been waiting for! Written by the hottest dating coach on the scene, Matthew Hussey, it offers clear, honest and practical advice for women on how to find their ideal man - and, importantly, how to keep him. Using simple steps, Matthew guides us through the complex maze of dating and shows us just how to find the guy, get the guy and keep the guy.

Through his work as a peak performance coach, Matthew has gained unparalleled access into what makes guys tick when it comes to women. He is now using this 'insider information' to advise women who have been unsuccessful in their quest for a lasting relationship with the right man. His Get the Guy coaching events are hugely successful and the glowing testimonials he receives from those he has helped to find love just go to show that his advice really does work.

In Get the Guy, Matthew shares his dating secrets and provides women with the toolkit they need to approach men, and to create and maintain relationships. Along the way, he explodes some commonly held myths about what it is that guys really want, shares strategies on how women can take control of their dating destinies and empowers them to go out there and find an exhilarating, adventurous love life.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Must have! 10 juin 2013
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Livraison rapide. Le livre est à la hauteur de ce que j'attendais et plus encore! C'est rare que j'achète des livres en neuf mais là, aucune hésitation.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Motivational with Helpful Tips - Not an Epiphany on Dating 11 juin 2013
Par Shell - Publié sur
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I'll preface this by saying the few dating/relationship books I've flipped through or read descriptions for often come across as very condescending to women. This is especially true if meant to unveil the "male mind" and give it to us straight - the "ugly truth" type of stuff. They make women feel bad for being women. You come away from just one little paragraph feeling like men essentially don't like women (beyond the physical). We're told we need to be more feminine, but also think like men, less clingy, but not too independent - etc. Here is a book which focuses less on how women need to change their nature, needs, desires, etc, as if we're hopelessly incompatible with men by nature, and instead it focuses on social skills & positive thinking modes for attracting & developing relationships with compatible men we actually like & who are worth OUR time & energy.

None of this is earth-shattering, mind-blowing secrets that will give you some epiphany on love & life. Instead, it reads like common sense, the kind many of us missed the memo on, so that it's not so "common" after all.

This book doesn't insult your intelligence, berate you for being a woman, tell you that you have to compromise your values, or leave with some sick feeling that manipulation of men & dishonesty with your own feelings/needs is the "secret".

The explanations of male thinking is also not "boys will be boys" trash that insists sexist and misogynistic behaviors are simply "biological" for men & have to be tolerated by women. Instead of making excuses, the author manages to be honest & fair in describing common male mindsets & how & why certain negative attitudes/behaviors are triggered (much as stereotypical female negative behaviors can be triggered by crappy moves on a guys' part). Since a relationship is a dynamic, it's only fair to adjust what you can control - yourself. So you learn very subtle methods to hone your social & dating skill to basically COMMUNICATE in a way that men in general will grasp correctly.

This is why the book had some good advice & was worth the read - the basic idea is how to communicate who you are, how you feel, and what you expect accurately & in a way that is understood by men. So it's not about changing who you are so much as really communicating it more clearly. If you're the kind of girl whose friends & family & co-workers wonder why you're single because they think you're the bees knees, but for someone reason men you meet/briefly date aren't valuing you the same way, then this might be a helpful read. You're probably not sending the signals which communicate who YOU are correctly; you're leaving false & bad impressions. So the book is really about being MORE yourself with communication that others understand & which creates the desired effect.

A book which is founded on ideas about good communication & keeping integrity is one whose advice I feel I can trust & recommend. It has a "win-win" approach that doesn't degrade men or women - how to get what you desire/need while giving someone else what they desire/need too. Building mutually satisfying relationships is the goal, not manipulating your dream man into marrying you (blech - what an idea!).

I appreciate that this book is about subtle nuances too. Often we don't know what we do wrong because it's not anything big but a subtle signal, and we don't know why our positive signals are ignored & that's because they are TOO subtle. This advice rang true because I've noted men in general communicate more with action & are generally MORE sensitive than women, meaning they need LOUDER positive signals & SOFTER negative ones. The author refers to this as the "fragile male ego" which is really SENSITIVITY.

It also rang true that we tend to attract someone when not interested in them because we're being our authentic selves - so how do we replicate that comfortable inner state & natural outer state so we can be our best, authentic selves when interacting with someone we are attracted to? How can we communicate that quickly, when we may have a few hours, minutes, seconds even to inspire a guy to pursue us? This book gives basic tips on how to do that.

I emphasize this book is very basic. Do not expect an epiphany. A lot of it may feel like reminders of things you know, deep down, but often forget or even compromise consciously.

A downside: the book directs you to online videos for more "secrets" which are really just teasers which lead you to another video they want you to pay for. I can see this as being an endless goose chase designed to keep you hooked & shelling out money while learning very little. I'd have more respect for the author & brand if they took a less scam-like approach. The video they want you to buy has a long intro to sell it which does the classic "play on women's insecurities & promise grand secrets to solve all of their romance problems in a matter of days" approach, one which many dating gurus do. I find it borderline insulting & I naturally expect it to under-deliver with super obvious "insight" repeated ad nauseam just as the rest seem to. This approach is unfortunate & detracts from a brand that has the potential to be more positive & actually useful, as opposed to the insulting junk I described at the outset.

So don't expect too much & don't shell out a lot of money. There are basic principles here which are useful as reminders & to polish your social & dating skills, but no more than that.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Terrific dating book for high value women 16 février 2013
Par Amazonilla - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Hussey is a terrific communicator and has the ability to convey meaning while still being fun. Thus, the book is well structured, easy to read, entertaining, and full of great advice regarding flirting, attracting and approaching men, dating and getting a man to commit. He gives plenty of tips and items of advice that work in real life (proven by me!).

Hussey has a great insight into the male dating mind, so he is able to provide women with great advice that resonates with both women and men. Moreover, he treats women with respect and tells us to treat ourselves with self-respect, not to lose our marbles and lower our standards for any man who is not worth of us. The concept of high-value woman is empowering and so very true. Hussey doesn't tell you to play games or fake who you are, but to be true to yourself, have standards, behave like a lady, have a life of your own, and be fun and playful.

The book contains some free bonus links to some of his videos, which are really useful.

This one of those dating books that will help you to make a difference in your love life. Really.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Entertaining, if anything. 23 avril 2013
Par Katie A. E. - Publié sur
So okay, like every sappy woman in America, I got hooked into Ready For Love. There are numerous match-making reality TV shows, which have their value and their ridiculousness, that offer both good and misleading points on dating and finding The One. This is one of those books (or rather, any book on dating, which seems more 'serious' than a laughable and silly reality TV show) that you have to buy in secret or borrow from one of your single girlfriends because if anybody knew you had possession of such a book, that horrid and dreadful high-brow look of, why can't you get a guy, looms like a freaking rain cloud you can't shake.

Woe to the dating life and n-o-t Getting the Guy. I've always found these types of books, occupations, TV shows, etc, as being rather manipulative and encouraging women, as much as men, to show a hyper-idealized IMAGE and strive to be that image. It's a huge business, feeding into the fear and preying on the insecurities of women, and men, alike. I'm not entirely removed from my original hypothesis even after reading this book but I didn't find it a waste of time and even chuckled here and there. Rom-coms and romance novels notwithstanding, dating is about psychology as much as about the superficiality of appearances and the earnest perceptions coming into meeting men and dating in general. What we get in Hussey's book is less about manipulation (and there's still elements of inherent manipulation) but more about interpretation and building confidence through understanding how men work and how they do. It's also about bringing what You've got to the table and taking it or leaving it, for both sides.

Hussey (and what a fantastic name, by the way...though it continually reminds me of Olivia Hussey, a la Romeo and Juliet movie, 1968) dispenses modern, logical, sensible and straightforward advice that isn't revolutionary. Really. He's very honest and articulate about how he explains the male mind and why (most) women don't get it, and how we can. He talks about re-programing how women have been taught to approach dating and men. It's his belief that women shouldn't pretend they're something they're not. In fact, the lesson is being yourself and NOT putting on airs or being 'perfect' but trying to empower women as much as men, to take a step and then another. It's not about holding back, but jumping forward, maximizing your full potential and showcasing what you've already got. He emphasizes that men are just as eager to meet women, willing to commit and just terrified and that Men AND Women need to not get in each other's way. We need to get out of our own heads, put ourselves out there and pay attention to the guy who maybe trying just as hard to attract you. It's about acknowledging that no moment is going to be movie-magic awe, that no man is going to be flawless, including we the women, but creating a rapport and developing that into something deeper and maybe we can get to that moment when it Feels right. He wants women take a step back, see it in a different light but also that we don't have to lower standards. It's about taking chances, even if it hurts and keeping your sense of self and confidence. Keep at it, he says. Even if we get rejected over and over. Hard pill to swallow, but one that is valid to digest.

In a side note, is this guy married himself? I find it interesting that he gives sound advice for women to get the guy and yet, has he gotten his girl? Anyway, I enjoyed the book purely for its writing and male perspective, and less for its instructional and informative value, which I'll try. His approach is accessible, easy to understand and amusing to read. The examples, subtle advices and videos that are associated with the book were fun. He makes many valid points that I think all of us know, instinctively, but may not want to admit because then we'd run out of our typical excuses as to why you, me, her and those other women are still single. The real mystery is that I keep going back to to these types of books and haven't found 'the one' (book, or man) that works for me. Ultimately, if you've perused through one 'how to' book on dating and routes leading to the alter, you've really read them all. As to whether Mr. Hussey's advice will work for me, that remains to be seen. But to those that do, I'm so jealous of you!
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 very mixed 10 mai 2013
Par Ingrid Winter - Publié sur
I'm over half way through this book and couldn't wait to share my thoughts so far. My feelings on this book are very mixed. I've read some good advise here - don't play the hard to get game, be positive not bitchy or negative on your dates. But then there's the ridicilous - staring at guys in a bar or public place - hello creepy and desperate but the worst is the cheesy pick-up lines, I would be mortified to use. Hoping things will improve in the second half and update this review. If anyone has successfully any of these type of lines, I'd really, really love to hear from them.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Surprisingly Enlightening 1 mai 2013
Par Cynical in NYC - Publié sur
So I am probably one of the biggest skeptics when it comes to "love". I can't even say the word without air quotes or the usual rolling of the eyes. So the fact that I bought this book is a miracle unto itself. I must admit that what did get my attention was Matt's sexy Aussie accent on that horrific Ready for Love show (I didn't say I was cynical about bad reality TV!). He was honestly the only thing that kept me tuned in and to be 100% transparent I would DVR the show and only watch when Matt was speaking. So you get the drift that Matt lured me into this read, right !? I found myself wanting more of those male perspective nuggets of truth that made you feel like you were being let in on a massive secret. So i bought the book the next day after the second show aired. Now let's be honest this isn't rocket science here - we're talking about men- but there were so many ah ha moments in this book where Matt just breaks it down so simply that you have to respect his honesty and his seemingly obvious betrayal of the male sex and their dirty little secrets. I won't say that I'd follow this book verbatim and wield it around as my source of life and breathe but I did find myself proselytizing a bit to my fellow single friends at work about it and putting a lot of his principles into practice in my every day life. I even challenged friends to talk to five men during the week as he does in the book to help with our "odds" and its actually been kind of fun! (I'll expect my royalties in the mail for this brand ambassador -ship!)
Listen. I'm a native NY-er and cynical stubbornness is kind of in our DNA so any book and or motivational writer that gets me to read their "self help" book cover to cover, makes me tap into my good old common sense and make me feel like there is some small light at the end of the tunnel then they can get my vote and my positive review!
Thanks Matt for a very entertaining and enlightening read. I'll let ya know if there is a decent man to be found In the Big Apple. ;)
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