Alpha Male Mentality Bookshelf
Welcome to the Alpha Male Mentality bookshelf. Here you will find books that can speed up your learning process whether your goal is to improve your success with women, learn more about yourself or just become the best version of yourself.
All books are sorted into three categories:
Books for Men
This book will challenge the way you look at women and your relationships. If you constantly get into relationships that fail, The Way of the Superior Man can show you the reasons behind it. But like the name already suggests, it will help you to become a better man no matter what, even if you’re single. This book will definitely give you a new outlook on your dating life and therefore is highly recommended for everyone.
This book is by far one of the best on this topic. If you feel like you can’t satisfy a woman in bed, then The Sex God Method will change that. Whether or not you agree with the author’s view on relationships, you can’t deny his brilliance when it comes to the topic of sex. Although this book comes with a hefty price tag, it can revolutionize your life in the bedroom. A must read for every man!
Fire in the Belly gives you an insight into how to become a better man by tackling topics like work, family and sex. It analyzes a man’s role in society and can offer an answer to the question “what defines us as men?”. If you are a person who wants to understand what it means to be a man in the modern world, this book might guide you into the right direction.
In this book Moore and Gillette talk about the four archetypes that shape the everyday man. To a certain degree, we all have these in us and they constantly interact with each other. This book will tell you about what these archetypes represent in the different stages of your life and what positive and negative aspects they bring. Recommended for guys who want to get in touch with their masculinity.
Using the Grimm fairy tale Iron John, Bly guides you through the journey of a man from boyhood to manhood. Iron John talks about the eight different stages of growth in a man’s life and how they affect his journey through it. Iron John is recommended for guys who want to get new insights and a better understanding about being a man.
If you can never seem to get the girls you want and always feel that others treat you unfairly, this book will really show you where you’re going wrong. Glover goes into great detail why being a nice guy is not a good thing and how you can cure yourself from the “Nice Guy Syndrome”. Definitely worth a read for everyone who is just too damn nice.
The War of Art is an inspirational book that highlights these inner demons that can hold you back from achieving the things you always dreamed about. It’s an excellent read when you still struggle to understand why you stay in the same spot and can’t find the motivation to move on. Get this book, if you encounter resistance in everything you do and can’t seem to find a way out.
The flinch is something you feel in your body when you have to do things you don’t really want to do. It keeps you from challenging yourself and prevents you from moving forward. It pushes you towards the safe and easy options to avoid taking risks. This is a must have book, when you want to face your approach anxiety, struggle with procrastination or finally get out of the rut.
Don’t you just lack the willpower to do anything on some days? Well, this book will not only help you to overcome this hurdle, it will also give you a better understanding why this is happening to you. The Willpower Instinct can benefit guys, who always fall back into the old ways or have a hard time to push themselves. Definitely something for everyone.
Charisma isn’t just something that you are born with. Like you can already guess from the title, this book challenge the standard view of what charisma is and treats it as a skillset everyone can cultivate. It’s highly recommended for guys who have a really hard time reading social cues and coming off as someone who is charming.
This R-rated book gives you an insight into the female mind. It goes in great detail into the deepest (and sometimes darkest) female sexual fantasies. This book can be educational for guys who have always assumed that women are some kind of mystical goddesses that don’t really enjoy sex as much as men do.
Lullaby, written by Chuck Palahniuk, tells the story of an author who finds a “culling song” and starts using it on others. Lullaby is on this list because it’s filled with thought provoking quotes and rants against modernity and consumerism. This book can be interesting for guys who enjoyed the movie Fight Club.
The Alchemist is a story of young shepherd Santiago’s travels through the world and search for his identity by observing the world around him. This could be seen as a metaphor for every man’s struggle to break from his limitations and pursue his dreams. The alchemist is a great motivational story of how hard work and perseverance will get you to your goals.