The Natural: How to Effortlessly Attract the Women You Wantby Richard La Ruina
One of the world’s top pick-up artists, Richard La Ruina went from having no women to being a true master of seduction. Now he shows you how to do the same. So move over Mystery, and tell Neil Strauss that The Rules of the Game are about to be rewritten. Every element of the winning pickup is right here, from discovering confidence to exuding charm,/b>
One of the world’s top pick-up artists, Richard La Ruina went from having no women to being a true master of seduction. Now he shows you how to do the same. So move over Mystery, and tell Neil Strauss that The Rules of the Game are about to be rewritten. Every element of the winning pickup is right here, from discovering confidence to exuding charm, learning conversation starters to mastering body language, to much more. And as you move from daydreaming to flirtation to passion to romance to love, The Natural will show you how it’s done.
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Meet the Author
Richard La Ruinais a London-based internationally renowned pickupartist and coach. In 2007 he founded PUATraining, which now consists of five websites,popular weekend seminars, and boot campsaround the world. La Ruina has been featuredon BBC and ITV, as well as in Men’s Health,the Evening Standard, Cosmopolitan, andmore. La Ruina is a sought-after guest speakerat seduction conferences worldwide.
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This was the first book I ever read about attraction, and I definitely learned a good deal from it. I think that the subtitle ("How to Effortlessly Attract the Women You Want") is unfortunately cheesy for a book that is actually filled with surprisingly practical content. The author, La Ruina, claims to have had a difficult time growing up, and I suppose this is why he is such a great teacher. He really had to work hard for his success. The book is more than just specific lines, although a few lists of useful ones are included. This is somewhat between a novel and a guide, because there are elements of both included. La Ruina supports provides tips and supports them with stories, which adds a personal touch to it. It's a quick read, but not one that I would recommend just skimming for useful tips. Read this one cover to cover, in my opinion. It won't take more than a few hours anyway. Overall it's a good read. Just have realistic expectations. Like I alluded to, the subtitle is somewhat ironic, since the very topic at hand actually requires a good deal of effort (that's why we're reading it!) but that minor phrasing issue aside, I think it's a worthwhile read.