It seems David is moving into the “make money online” niche and slowly getting away from the seduction focus.
That being said, I thought it would be great to put together a list of some of David De Angelo’s best articles from over the years.
David’s articles may me a bit basic for guys who’ve been studying this stuff for years… I tend to write about what is on my mind so you'll find a mix of self development, social dynamics and dating articles/experiences.
but if you asked me to recommend one guru to a compete newbie… For a collection of some of my favorite articles check them out.
So clearly he’s not living the life of a rockstar pick up artist or anything like that.
However I certainly would not dismiss him or the stuff he teaches based on these facts.
Some younger guys may doubt David De Angelo based on the fact that they can’t picture him kicking game to a banging hot 22 year old chick in a night club.
The fact is that he is an older guy, definitely over 40, he’s now married and has also become a well known personal development and business guru.This is the first book that I ever read about being successful with women, and I have always remembered it fondly so I decided to take a peek at it again after all of these years and give it a quick read through so I could review it for you with all the big ideas from the book still fresh in my brain!: If you are at the point where you are looking for a passionate, fulfilling LOVE RELATIONSHIP with an amazing woman, check out David’s new program “Love: The Final Chapter” you can read my new review here.While Ross Jeffries might be the self proclaimed “Godfather of Pickup,” I think there are few who would deny that David De Angelo is one the most respected gurus in the dating industry.David De Angelo’s first book Double Your Dating is considered a classic in the community, and introduced the world to the cocky/funny concept that is almost universally accepted as the gold standard of flirting.It doesn’t involve clothes, confidence, fancy cars, or complicated words. Trust the French to come up with the connection between fragrances and attraction.