A Guide for the Heroic Nerd: An Intelligent Way to Pick Up Girls [NOOK Book]

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If you want to learn how to become a player, this book isn’t for you. To become be a true player you have to treat women like they’re objects—you can’t afford to care about their feelings. In other words—you have to be an asshole. There are enough assholes in the world; I don’t need to add to their numbers.

If you want to learn how to listen to women, how to become more caring and understanding—again—this book isn’t for you. I can only teach ...

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A Guide for the Heroic Nerd: An Intelligent Way to Pick Up Girls

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Overview

If you want to learn how to become a player, this book isn’t for you. To become be a true player you have to treat women like they’re objects—you can’t afford to care about their feelings. In other words—you have to be an asshole. There are enough assholes in the world; I don’t need to add to their numbers.

If you want to learn how to listen to women, how to become more caring and understanding—again—this book isn’t for you. I can only teach what I know, and I don’t know how to listen, care, or be empathetic.

As the title says, this is a guide for heroic nerds. So, what’s a nerd? A nerd is a guy who values his intellect over everything else. You can have any other trait, but if your brain is your defining characteristic, then you’re a nerd.

I’ll teach you how to use your best trait to pick up real girls in real places. I won’t teach you how to meet girls in a virtual setting. There’s nothing wrong with using online dating sites or social media, but I’ve always done well enough face to face that I’ve never had to use virtual methods to meet women.

To use my methods, you must become a hero. A hero is anyone who refuses to live a life of quiet desperation. At the end of his life, a hero regrets the things he’s done, not the things he hasn’t. He doesn’t regret NOT asking a girl out.

Heroes are made; nerds are born. If you’re a nerd, you were genetically programmed to be a nerd from birth; you had no choice. No one is born a hero; you have to choose to be one.

Most nerds, like most people, avoid hard work. Smart lazy people use their intellect to avoid stressful situations. They choose the path of least resistance and then wonder why they accomplish nothing.

Picking up real girls in real places is a contact sport. There will be pain. There is no easy path forward. If you aren’t brave enough to try, you’ll never have an opportunity to succeed. If you don’t have the fortitude to throw yourself back into the fray after you crash and burn, your journey will be over before it ever started.

If you pick up enough girls, you will eventually find one you want to keep. I’ll teach you how to keep her.

Do you have what it takes to be a heroic nerd? If you do, you might want to read this book.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044399907
  • Publisher: Jack J. Lee
  • Publication date: 3/14/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 28,541
  • File size: 109 KB

Meet the Author

Jack J. Lee is a sober, unassuming doctor who is the general manager of a multi-physician group in the United States in Salt Lake City, Utah. By night he is a wild, hedonistic author in the unlimited confines of his mind. Like most happily married men, he lives in mortal fear of his beautiful, intelligent wife who he does not deserve (his wife will read this bio). Therefore he limits his hedonism to his imagination.His first two books are part of a series called Sustainable Earth. 'Year of the Dead' and ‘Death by Revelation’ are currently available as digital downloads. These books are about the world being overrun by zombies and vampires. When asked, "Why zombies and vampires?" He responds that authors are encouraged to write what they know. Everywhere he goes (highways, classrooms, banks, and driver's license bureaus), he sees zombies and blood suckers.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 15, 2014

    #1!

    No one did it so I'll do it

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 7, 2014

    Was fun to read, I learned a lot.

    Should be required reading in all schools. Jack Lee has hit the nail on the head. This will decrease the divorce rate in the future. With info like this most duds can be avoided.

    Thanks for your in depth study of all types of personalities.

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