Way of the Superior Man, Paperback
5 out of 5 (2 ratings)


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 214 pages
  • Publisher: Sounds True Inc
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Gender studies: men
  • ISBN: 9781591792574



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I have read this book at least half a dozen times. Along with Tony Robbins, David Deida had a profound impact on effecting positive change in my life. The core concept of the book is simple, align your life's energies with your true mission, cut through the bullshit and stop trying to be something you're not. It's a wake up call in the face a of modern movement to align the sexes as if they were the same. The Way of the Superior Man shows that being a man is still a manly endeavor, but it's not some bullshit 1950's caricature. "Live with an open heart, even when it hurts" probably wasn't your granddad's worldview. At the same time, "Live as if your father were dead" wasn't either. The core of the book is how to figure out who you really are and who you want to be, and align your life around that purpose. It's quite a challenge, and quite a challenging book. The writing style is simple, but the lifestyle is challenging. If you think men and women are the same, this book is not for you. If you think one is better than the other, this book is not for you. If you understand that masculine and feminine are different, and that that difference moves the world like the tides, and you're willing to stand and face the challenge of challenging yourself to both excellence and love, this book will be worth its weight in gold.

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This is a book that I highly recommend to my female friends who are having difficulties with their mates. David empowers men with this book and he has an incredible in depth understanding of male and female psychology and what men really need to grow in order to throw off their mother complex and be the kind of men they were meant to be. He also explains to men where they should draw the line when with women who have failed to mature themselves into a deeply loving relationship that has room for both male and female ways of relating to the world.

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