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The Offline Dating Method - How to Attract a Great Guy in the Real World - cover

The Offline Dating Method - How to Attract a Great Guy in the Real World

Camille Virginia

Publisher: Lifestyle Entrepreneurs Press

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Summary

With the modern dating process overrun (yet under-served) by online dating and apps, the woman who connects in the real world gets the man. 
 
In this book, author Camille Virginia draws upon her transformation from a shy girl with social anxiety into a socially confident woman. Without ever going online or using an app, hundreds of men, in everyday places, have asked Camille to go out with them. Through coaching and workshops, she's helped women in over 100 countries learn how to attract their “better half” and become happier 
 
In The Offline Dating Method, Camille shares her step-by-step secrets to success, giving every reader the power to attract great men in the real world and live a more fulfilling life. In this book you will: 
 
Find hundreds of specific and actionable tips (there’s no vague "just be yourself" advice)
 
Follow a proven step-by-step system (there’s no guesswork about what to do next)
 
Create meaningful connections with everyone (men, friends, family, and more).

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