Network Your Way to Endless Romance: Secrets to Help You Meet the Mate of Your Dreams

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Samark Pub., 1997 - Family & Relationships - 237 pages
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This book is devoted to showing you a step-by-step approach to understanding and mastering the art of romantic networking and applying businesslike techniques to meeting the mate of your dreams. You will learn what romantic networking is, and what it isn't, and how these skills can make your love life soar. You'll come away with the secret formula that will make your search for someone special a success!

Let's face it, we have all ridden the emotional roller coaster of intimate relationships enough to know we are still clueless about how to effectively communicate with the opposite sex. Yet we would all like to know how to meet more interesting, accomplished, honorable people.

Now, finally, there's a proven formula for modern women and men who have been searching for love using all the wrong methods. Network Your Way To Endless Romance is a sure-fire approach to filling your dating calendar and getting closer to lasting intimacy.
-- Meet fabulous new people- Right Now!
-- Create your "Romantic Resume"
-- Discover the ideal characteristics of your dream mate
-- Learn how shyness can work for you
-- Experience how delightful dating can be
-- Discover the best kept secret that keeps them calling
-- Learn conversation techniques that open new doors
-- Turn everything into the chance to meet that special someone...Then dance the night away Perhaps even every night!

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About the author (1997)

Bob Burg regularly speaks to public audiences, corporations and associations, including international Fortune 500 companies.

Laurie Sue Brockway is a leading interfaith and nondenominational wedding officiant who creates unique ceremonies for couples of all backgrounds and faiths.

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