"How to Make Every Man Want You"

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"How to Make Every Man Want You"
Do you have a friend who always seems to have guys falling over themselves to help her?

This isn’t about you being a “high maintenance” woman. Demanding, ungrateful and never satisfied. Not at all. It’s about being what I refer to as Desirable maintenance. This kind of woman is so deliciously attractive to men because she’s learned how to maintain a balance between her independence yet remain in tune to her needs, expresses what she wants and – most importantly – graciously receives and appreciates all that is provided for her. 



I understand this may go against everything you currently believe. I was there too. But I’ve witnessed how powerful this formula works in my own life as well as for those of my students so I recommend keeping an open mind. If you’re ready to make a change, then follow the steps below. Every journey begins with a first step!





Action Steps



1.Starting today, make the decision to graciously accept every compliment you receive now and going forward. No more deflecting or putting down your beauty, accomplishments or natural talents. Train yourself to say “thank you” at all times.


2. For the next 7 days, make a point of giving verbal appreciation for every single thing a man does for you. Opening a door, a male co-worker getting you coffee, your neighbor helping you, your husband taking out the garbage or your brother fixing your computer….any small or large task a man does for you (friends and strangers alike) make a point of thanking them.




The great thing about this is once men feel appreciation from you, they want to do MORE for you – so great, yes?! Practicing Step 1, will help you stay open to receiving this new attention. Have fun!


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