Alan Roger Currie, one of the best known evangelists of "Direct Game" or telling women exactly what you are thinking, tells us the whole story behind his method and gives us a ton of examples.
Be warned: Some of the examples, stories and situations may be quite far out of some of your comfort zones.
But Currie, citing "major philosophical differences" with Lasarev, recently asked the Direct Dating Academy to exclude his name and video images from their marketing and Online Academy materials.
In the Dating Advice industry and what is known as the 'Attraction and Seduction Community,' Currie is often referred to as 'The Godfather of Verbally Direct Game' among his peers and other Dating Coaches.
In fact you may find that his approach isn't a good fit for you.
Alan attacks the general social programming we receive particularly in the area of dating and relationships at several points in the interview.
"Sasha Daygame," and he will not be a featured speaker in Belgrade, Serbia the weekend of September 19-20 and Currie will also not be an active contributor to the upcoming Direct Dating Academy Online Subscription Service for single men.
Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro, September 16, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Book Author, Public Speaker, and Professional Dating Coach Alan Roger Currie of Mode One Multimedia and Publishing, Inc., has recently made it known to his fans and supporters that he will no longer be participating in the Direct Dating Summit Weekend Conferences for Men, and Currie will also not be an active contributor to the upcoming Direct Dating Academy.
It was 2008 and my new consulting business was in shambles. All of my actions were based on avoidance, procrastination, and insecurity. In fact, it was so simple and so obvious that people would often look at me and say, “Wow, that was it? ”And that’s the funny thing: just because anxiety That’s why I’ve put together an online interactive courses to help people like you conquer their anxiety once and for all.
Should I touch base with my past clients and see if they needed anything else? And every second I played that game, I hated the fact that I was playing it. Yet I kept playing and playing…For years, my life was driven by fear.