Overview

Everyone lives by a code of honor, but this Code of Honor are the rules and principles bad boys and bad girls live by. Amazon.com and New York Times bestselling author Steve Santagati first revealed the tenets to being a bad boy in "The MANual," and now you'll learn the ten commandments that define him and all bad boys, as well as the ten commandments that define all bad girls.

The Code has been passed down over time from one bad boy and bad ...
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Code of Honor

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Overview

Everyone lives by a code of honor, but this Code of Honor are the rules and principles bad boys and bad girls live by. Amazon.com and New York Times bestselling author Steve Santagati first revealed the tenets to being a bad boy in "The MANual," and now you'll learn the ten commandments that define him and all bad boys, as well as the ten commandments that define all bad girls.

The Code has been passed down over time from one bad boy and bad girl to another, and now has finally been put to paper. Bad boys and bad girls live by the commandments within--ALL TEN. What's a bad boy? What's a bad girl? A man or a woman who breaks tradition to lead a happier and freer life. Like Don Miguel Ruiz's "Four Agreements," the Code of Honor is a bible of ten agreements all bad boys and bad girls make with themselves and the world around them. They're easy to remember and simple to follow, and have been carefully selected so that they represent the top ten most important issues for all men and women of independent means, heart, and spirit. Most of the commandments go by the same title, but they take on different meanings for either gender. Bad boys and bad girls are not the same, though they may be equal.

Get ready to achieve great insight once you begin digging in to these commandments, particularly once you read those attributed to the opposite gender. Find out how they see the world and learn how to effectively communicate with them, and seduce them. Make sure you read the Foreword--"bad" in this case is a very good and free thing indeed.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015867565
  • Publisher: Bad Boys Finish First, LLC
  • Publication date: 10/24/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 278
  • File size: 173 KB

Meet the Author

Steve Santagati is the Amazon.com and New York Times bestselling author of "The MANual…A True Bad Boy Explains…," a 22-year seasoned TV personality, America’s #1 relationship expert, and president of Bad Boys Finish First, LLC, a registered trademark brand and lifestyle. He embodies a rare combination of television savvy and real-life relationship experience. Television producers, newspaper writers, and magazine contributors gravitate toward his no-nonsense approach to relationship advice. He frequently appears on The Today Show, OPRAH, Dr. Phil, The Doctors, Rachel Ray, Tyra, NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, CNN, Dr. Drew, Extra, 20/20, Regis and Kelly, E, MTV, and VH1. His on-camera television experience also extends to a long history of appearances in countless television commercials, and as hosts of numerous shows, including weekend anchor/producer on Extra, reporter on American Journal, and host of Bachelorettes in Alaska, Man vs. Beast, World Gone Wild, Drive Shaft on Fox, and many others. He has served as an editor-at-large for Men's Journal magazine and a contributor to Jane magazine.

Steve is the inspiration behind the movie "The Ugly Truth," starring Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler (Butler plays Steve). Additionally, Steve has been quoted in Rabbi Shmuly’s "Kosha Sutra" and is frequently solicited to offer endorsements for leading psychologists’ books, many of the authors of which he’s worked with. He has also been a feature writer for the special edition of the prestigious Neiman Marcus catalogue.

Steve has always been a mover and shaker. By the time he turned 21, he held a degree with honors from Emerson College, owned a company that sold jeans to Bloomingdales and Filenes, and had launched a modeling career that would soon span two decades and include clients like Gap, Armani, Gillette, Vogue, and GQ.

His adventures have taken him around the world, from the Amazon to Everest: he has called Australia, Italy, and Japan "home." He has also designed and built his own house, a 300-acre homestead in Vermont.

Steve currently works out of Los Angeles, but travels frequently to surf, kite board, or fly-fish every chance he gets.
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