"I show guys how to be in the top 2% of men just by correcting a few simple mistakes that most guys don't know they're making." --Josh Pellicer
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 10, 2013
If there’s a battle of the sexes going on, Josh Pellicer might be considered a five-star general for the men’s side. His dating advice book, The Tao of Badass, is currently one of the top-selling products at Clickbank, with men across the world soaking up Mr. Pellicer’s dating wisdom.
“I show guys how to be in the top 2% of men,” Pellicer claims, “Just by correcting a few simple mistakes that most guys don’t know they’re making.” While Pellicer’s self-published book has sold tens of thousands of copies since its release in 2010, it’s also drawn some skepticism.
Plenty of men and women have questioned Pellicer’s promises, and challenged his theories. At a recent men’s dating advice conference titled FEARLESS held in New York City, a former magazine model claimed she'd read The Tao of Badass and then challenged Pellicer to demonstrate some of his techniques.
Much to the shock (and delight) of the crowd, Pellicer showed off some body language tricks that got his female critic flustered and blushing. “This stuff just works,” Pellicer said at the conference, “Doesn’t matter who you are, what you look like, or how much money is in your bank account. Attraction principles are hire-wired into us humans.”
In a recent online presentation for his product The Tao of Badass, Pellicer explains another one of these “principles.” He explains a technique he calls “triangular gazing,” which gets women to uncontrollably want to kiss a man. To hear Pellicer explain this technique, click HERE to watch his free, limited-time online presentation.
After almost three years of helping men improve their dating success, Pellicer is still pushing the envelope. He recently announced his plans to write a new book (but he hasn’t yet revealed the topic).
Whatever Pellicer plans to do next, his mark on the men’s dating advice industry has been significant. Men who are currently single and looking for a girlfriend have found much solace in Mr. Pellicer’ advice.