A man’s recommended book list

As a man you have a natural curiosity and a thirst for knowledge. Men take pride in learning and mastering new skills. His competitive nature drives him to stay ahead of the pack. He uses his self-determination and rational mind to exploit the resources available to him in order to improve his life.

In this world it is easy for men to lose their way. Men are too easily distracted from progressing forward and bettering themselves as they allow the unproductive to exploit them. This is particularly apt when a man blindly allows a woman to monopolise his valuable time, resources and energy.

I urge you to take pause from being a slave and ingratiating yourself by performing the ‘pick-me dance”. It is time to get yourself back on track; to stand up and regain your frame.

Spend the time improving yourself by reading the knowledge from authors who have been through a lifetime of struggle and hard-knocks so you can gain their valuable insight within a few days of reading.

The following books are essential men’s self-improvement hand-picked for you!

Click on the following links to review and purchase if you choose:

A ground breaking book that will confront you and rip the mask off the true relationships between men and woman.
A life changing book that will inspire and empower men to towards self-determination. 
“I swear by my life and my love of it that I will never live for the sake of another man, nor ask another man to live for mine.”
Gain and maintain a new masculine you to make the most of your second chance in life! 
A celebration of modern masculinity – A practical guide ensuring men experience long-term contentment.
It is time for men stop seeking approval and start getting what they want!
Renowned Pick up Artist (PUA), Roosh V unashamedly shares his techniques to get what he wants.
Considered by many the Godfather of the Red Pill, Rollo Tomassi explains and outlines the principles of inter-gender social dynamics and foundational reasoning behind them.
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