Never be lost in the sexual market place again!
Most people have an impoverished concept of the today’s sexual market place and their romantic interests suffer accordingly. Furthermore, their behavioral stratagem does not adequately satisfy their need for intimacy and connection. Many have grown accustomed to losing their heart in the process of trying. Others still hold deep mistrust and skepticism regarding the viability of relationships, that they actively eschew them.
In The Map; A Personal Guide to the Sexual Market Place, the author creates a graphic illustration of today’s sexual market place and proves throughout it, that a picture is worth a thousand words for men and women in today’s dating environment. In doing so, he encourages a sense of adventure, boldness and confidence in navigating the challenges in our social and cultural environment then couples that with simple productive advice, delivered with a bit of sizzle.
The author has a profound belief that ‘the sexes are meant for each other’. That we are naturally compatible and complimentary to each other, but society, culture, sexual politics and ignorance to human nature have taken us seriously awry. He wants to take the idea that we’re meant for each other and turn it into a social movement by transforming one individual and relationship at a time.
After leveraging his professional skills and talents as an architect to organize knowledge, plan, design and guide action to change his own life, he now helps other men, women and couples to navigate today’s sexual marketplace by leveraging the same approach he utilizes in architecture in orchestrating a cross-discipline team of professional by combining anthropology, biology, history, sociology and psychology to create a structural framework for living. This, coupled with his professional experience, allows him to create the vision and plan they need to achieve their life and relationship goals.
Tired of shaking the bad-boy tree and being part of this statistic?
Its terribly natural to fear heavy commitment where risks are high, abilities and support are low and opportunities are in abundance. What you’re doing isn’t bearing ripe fruit. You can’t get there, by doing what you’re doing. Here’s an alternative thought your friends and family are not sharing with you…