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There are many books on the market that profess to teach men how to attract and seduce ''any woman they want to'' or ''any woman they meet.'' Mode One: Let The Women Know What You're Really Thinking , by author Alan Roger Currie, makes no such ''hyped up'' claims. Currie's approach is all about upfront, straightforward honesty combined with non-manipulative, highly self-assured behavior. Mode One teaches men that sometimes, being rejected by women is actually a good thing. Especially if that woman is nothing more than a highly skilled manipulator looking to waste a man's time, and take advantage of him financially. The biggest lesson to be learned in Mode One is that men should avoid playing the role of the ''well-mannered nice guy'' in the hopes that their pleasant, lenient, overly-accommodating, and ultra-flattering behavior will be somehow 'rewarded' later on with a woman's romantic and/or sexual companionship. Mode One avoids unsubstantiated ''hype,'' and works on changing men's psychological paradigms regarding attracting, seducing, and interacting with women.
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Alan Roger Currie (born March 3, 1963) is an American self-help author, motivational speaker and Internet radio personality who has written advice books on dating and interpersonal relationships, verbal communication skills, manipulation, seduction, erotic dominance & submission, and engaging in erotically explicit "dirty talk" with women.
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