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365 Men Quotes - Daily Men Quotes to Become More Alpha Confident and Charismatic - cover

365 Men Quotes - Daily Men Quotes to Become More Alpha Confident and Charismatic

Xabier K. Fernao

Publisher: The One Drive Publishing

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Summary

Shocking Statistics: An Average American Reads 1 Book a Year and 50% of those are Romance Novels…

 
Look! I do not know who you are but I am sure you are on this page right now because you are someone who wants more. You are someone who do not settle for average. You see, I totally understand the desire to want to learn and yet dread reading a long and thick book at the same time! That is why we created this book…

 
More about this book:

 
There are just some things that men experiences that women would never understand isn’t it? I’m not saying things like the difficulty you have when shaving or the pain you feel when something hit your balls… hard.
 
Anyway…
 
This book is all about empowering and motivating men to become a better version. The quotes presented are some of the things that women will never truly feel and understand. The difference and uniqueness is also the beauty. Men and Women. We seek not to be the same but to be special in our own ways and complement each other in a powerful way.
 
Act Now by Clicking the “Buy Now With 1-Click” Button at the Top of This Page Right Now!

 
P.S. Here’s another shocking statistic: “50% of American adults can’t read a book written at an eighth grade level.”
 
P.P.S. I absolutely know that these statistics aren’t you. Act Now by Clicking the “Buy Now With 1-Click” Button at the Top of This Page Right Now!

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