‘Dating Guru’ Who Charges Suckers $3,500 For His Course Reveals His Most Successful Pick-Up Tips

Chris Manak was once a wallflower who was depressed after some little filly broke his heart. Actually, she was a girl but that’s here nor there.

The 35-year-old has since become a high-end dating coach who assists pilots, businessmen, actors, doctors, and even models aged anywhere between 19 and 65 on how to flirt with women in any and every scenario. He claims to have hundreds of success stories and some have even broken down in tears while thanking him.

Clients (who have never heard of Tinder) pay $3,500 for a five-week Maniac Workshop course, which requires them to write a 1,000 word essay about their values, includes a consultation and a bar session.

Manak told the Daily Mail,

‘They’ll probably approach five girls in each day session,’ Mr Manak said. ‘Then there is a night session, where we go out to a bar for four hours and approach and talk to a lot of people.’

Manak said he began to actively approach women when he was 24-years-old fresh off a break up and claims to have approached over 10,000 women in an 11-year period. This is a number that is impossible to determine, but we’ll just nod our heads and believe.

Chris said that his goal is not necessarily to find his clients a girl, but his emphasis is on personal growth.

“I didn’t do it for the girls, I did it for the growth and kept at it for years and years and years.

I have ongoing coaching because that’s me getting you out of the block and have to keep running.

It’s unravelling all the crap that’s been jammed in your head.

Most of my guys end up in relationships, but ordinarily they will get the skills, run amok for a bit and then get the girl they want.”

Manak revealed a few tips he’s found successful in his career. Use these and get laid or a drink in your face. No swings, no hits.

Via Daily Mail:

The dating guru said he tells his clients to find a specific trait to compliment a woman on instead of asking her for the time or proceeding to ramble.

‘Say, “excuse me,” and give her a moment to register and look at you,’ he said.

Mr Manak also said men should not aim to ‘win her over,’ as the woman standing in front of them is most likely not the person they are going to date or marry.

‘If a girl walks past you and she looks absolutely phenomenal, don’t stop and ask her the friggin’ time!’ he said.

‘Don’t go in thinking “how can I make this girl fall in love with me?” as you’ve already put her on a pedestal.’

As for red flags, the dating coach had a simple message: ‘Don’t be that creepy guy.’

‘Like when a woman is on a tram and there’s that real creepy dude who doesn’t get it and just starts talking,’ he said.

‘That guy ruins it for the rest of us.’

Or you can just go on Tinder like not a psychopath.

[h/t Daily Mail]

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