Find 'Em and Keep 'Em is not about dating. You've got enough books and blogs for that. Instead it is about getting to know yourself, what you want, and what you have to offer within a relationship. By mastering who you are and what is at play in the dynamics of attraction and magnetism, you will be able to understand why you haven't had those great partners and relationships in the past. And how you can start to have them now!
"There is no reason why someone can't be in a fulfilling relationship with someone he or she loves." It's about becoming the kind of person who can be with anyone you want to be with and naturally attracting him or her in record speed.
This audiobook is essential if you want to get off the fence and get into a great relationship! The book is filled with exercises and insights to help you let go of limiting beliefs around yourself and relationships. It will help you reach new perceptions and take new actions you never thought of in the past. Michael takes the method he's been teaching people all over the world to attract great partners and proves its truth, giving you easy access to using it immediately. Attracting that great partner into your life will be so easy, you'll never have to wonder "how" again.
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This audio program is a summary of many self-development materials. The author shares the information he learned over the course of his life and supports it with personal stories. If you are already familiar with self improvement techniques like the law of attraction, hypnosis, positive affirmations, NLP, time line therapy and similar techniques, you can consider this audio program as a reminder of what you already know. The author has repeated the expression "here's the golden nugget" over a thousand times. Either there are no golden nuggets or the entire program is a golden nugget. So silly! After sharing all his love and relationship stories, the author admits "I am a serial monogamist". This affirmation is at the identity level and (subconsciously) stated using the present tense, which means that being a serial monogamist is his nature. Therefore, the author will never settle with one partner. This is hilarious coming from a person who claims to teach you how to "Keep 'Em"!