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Closing the Deal: Two Married Guys Reveal the Dirty Truth to Getting Your Man to Commit

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In this hip and utterly indispensable guide, two happily married husbands and regular guys reveal the secrets to getting a man down on bended knee -- his most uncomfortable position.

Over the years, Richard Kirshenbaum and Daniel Rosenberg have dispensed loads of successful relationship advice to friends, colleagues, and relatives, who then pushed the ex-bachelors to share
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Paperback, 256 pages
Published February 7th 2006 by William Morrow Paperbacks (first published 2005)
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I usually do not read the self-help kind of book, especially when it does not fit me like this one (I am getting married, so I closed the deal already). But a relative gave it to me so I read it happily. As much as I already knew most of the messages they were trying to deliver, I did enjoy reading all the real experiences of the real people in the book, with all their relationship issues and how they are handling them. I loved the way the authors told the stories and I loved the cartoons throug ...more
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Richard Kirshenbaum (b. 1962) is one of the most exciting personalities in New York City advertising. With partner Jonathan Bond, he founded the Kirshenbaum Bond + Partners agency, which pioneered such innovative marketing concepts as the pop-up store, sidewalk advertising, and other forms of high-visibility guerilla marketing.

Kirshenbaum has lectured at Harvard Business School, appeared on Crain’
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