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Dating coach Damien Diecke offers words of advice to single ladies looking for a man
YOU'RE pretty, smart, ambitious and all your friends say you're a catch, yet you're always the one at the wedding or dinner party who doesn't have a date. There might be a very good reason. Love guru Damien Diecke runs 'School of Attraction', helping single guys impress women and get dates. You put yourself out there but the only person you seem to attract is the drunken sleaze at the pub who seems intent on working his charm on every lady within drinking distance. The good news is, if you're still single, it probably isn't because you're not pretty enough, or looking for love in all the wrong places. You might be making mistakes and not know you're actually doing it, says School of Attraction head coach Damien Diecke.
Led by CEO Damien Diecke, these knowledgeable and experienced coaches promote honesty and integrity in the dating scene. School of Attraction has developed in-depth, personality-driven courses to give men the confidence and skills to build relationships that stand the test of time. The more Damien talked to singles, the more he saw how much misinformation and confusion there was in the modern dating scene.
James Maclane recalls a client who recently attended one of his dating boot camps. The bloke was a senior cop in his mids — tall, built and handsome — working in a "hardcore area of the police force". He told Maclane: "I'd much rather get shot in the leg than go talk to a girl. This sort of timidity and low self-esteem is typical of the men who enlist the help of Sydney's few serious dating coaches. It is a world that, in most respects, is a million miles away from the likes of Julien Blanc, the self-proclaimed "pick-up artist" who was banned from entering Australia, or Roosh Valizadeh, who last week announced a series of public meetings for his anti-woman hate group Return of Kings. Sydney dating coach James Maclane, left, gets men to practise interacting with women.
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