As I am recently back out into the dating scene, a lot has changed and I chose this book based on how I enjoy their show Tough Love on MTV.This book is like the ultimate source of "cheat notes" of what to do or not do during the phases of dating.
Apparently men (according to the book) have the attention spans of a gnat so you should only write 3-4 lines on your profile!
Or they will think you require to much work and move to the next.
I thought this was crap..I did it and I have received 2-3x's the amount of responses.
I have actually worked with the REAL Match Makers infact my coach was THE Steve Ward and I have to say I learned more (which wasn't tons) from this book than the sessions I had and I won't tell you how much LESS MONEY it costs me..no one yelled at me, made me cry, or made me feel like I was a worthless p.o.s.
The book is just OK, but easy and enjoyable to read.
It has both the male and female perspective, and that is always great.Steve guarantees that if they follow his rules, by the end of boot camp, they will be ready for love.But there's a method to Steve's madness - his rules for dating.Jo Ann Ward, a happily married mother of three adult children, is the founder and president of Master Matchmakers, which has been successfully connecting single men and women for more than twenty years. Women often say, "I can't find a good man," or "There are no good guys out there." Well, I beg to differ.There are "good" single guys everywhere, and like you, they're looking for someone.It's the time when you are supposed to learn more about him, but also -- and equally important -- it's when he can learn about you so you can both determine if there is a connection. To harness and generate love, the connection must flow both ways.