Mode One: Let the Women Know What You're Really Thinking

Mode One: Let the Women Know What You're Really Thinking

by Alan Roger Currie


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ISBN-13: 9781591138976
Publisher: Inc
Publication date: 02/10/2006
Pages: 168
Sales rank: 438,541
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.39(d)

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MODE ONE: Let The Women Know What You're REALLY Thinking 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Alan really breaks some stuff down. I think women and men should approach reading the book as a learning tool!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I haven't read the paperback version yet, but if it is the same as the ebook version, then most readers should enjoy it. I thought this book might bash women, but the author does not. He is fair in his criticisms of men and women's manipulative behavior. I think women will enjoy reading this book just as much, if not more, than most men will.
ClassicRockFan More than 1 year ago
Currie basically defines four modes of communication that men use to talk to women, all of which vary in their effectiveness and directness. His main premise is that men are most efficient and have the greatest success with women when they communicate via Mode 1, which means being strong and direct about their intentions. What I liked: It's a short read. He is realistic in his recognition that his methods are not magic and that rejection by some women is inevitable. He makes his points very clearly. If you are a frustrated ‘nice guy,’ you can benefit from heeding Currie’s advice. What I disliked: Too few examples of actual dialogue. This left me wondering about the details of his interactions with women. He didn't really touch on non-verbals. He only briefly touches on the root causes of poor communication. Some areas of the book are slightly repetitive. Overall, I like the premise of this book. It reads in a conversational tone and at some points, Currie even sounds a bit like a coach. If you're a man who feels reluctant to express sexual interest in women, this may help you. However, I got much more out of Models: Attract Women Through Honesty, by Mark Manson. He delves deeper into the causes of men's shortfalls regarding connecting with women and I personally felt that Manson did a better job of helping me come to useful conclusions. Models is more comprehensive than Mode One in terms of understanding attraction and breaking barriers that prevent sexual chemistry. Mode One is strictly about verbal communication, with a stress on being outwardly sexual (not a bad thing – just reporting the facts). Mode One is a good quick read that basically explains why men benefit from being upfront about their intentions with women. I enjoyed it. It's better than any PUA guide/routine/line or other indirect nonsense you will ever read.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Alan Currie's book Mode One is an excellent Model that can be applied far beyond relationships and seduction. The book is about conquering your fear of rejection or sucesss whatever that may be. In essence 'Mode One' encourages you to let it all hang and deal with the results of it. I recently finished 'The Alchemist' and although the books take different journeys the resounding 'bottom line' both use as prevailing themes is for an individual to go beyond boundaries that are man made. I'm especially glad that Mr. Currie doesn't give 'Pick Up Lines' or techniques because everyone can't walk up to a woman and say 'I'd like to have you for dinner,' without having a bowl of hot soup plastered across their face.....Instead it encourages you to be brutally honest within yourself of what you want whether it's sex from a woman or a promotion at work irregardless of what minor consequences may await.....Bravo Mr. Currie!