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If game does indeed follow the old adage and real is recognized by its own kind, never before has there been such a resounding instance than with Tariq “Elite” Nasheed. The multi-versed author, speaker and advisor on modern day romanticism and relationships began his career with the release of equally groundbreaking and controversial The Art of Mackin’, a title that eventually became a New York Times Bestseller, reaching over 250,000 readers while simultaneously cementing him as an expert in the field of Casanova-esque intrigue.
The release and unabated success of The Art of Mackin’ led to his many and varied travels abroad where he instructed countless students on the Game, Intelligence and Common Sense Squared (G.I.C.2) theory, and from there he released the subsequent top charting books Play or Be Played, The Mack Within & The Art of Golddigging respectively. His message would be further spread with repeated appearances on television networks such as MTV and VH1. The true strength found here however, lie not in his words alone but in the voices of those that make up the community around him. One can see how important the meaning is best in the rich conversations held on the syndicated “The Mack Lessons Radio Show” (available on iTunes) as well as the savvy contained in the Ustream broadcasts. “Risque Elite”, the original signature cologne from Tariq himself is available now along with the line of Tariq Elite designer sunglasses. Tariq’s latest opus, The Elite Way: Ten Rules Men Must Know in Order to Deal with Women, has once again captured the attention of the literary world and this time around, focuses on men in committed relationships, explaining how to carefully nurture and maintain it. An educator, innovator and entrepreneur, Tariq has exhibited a masterful approach to creating and wielding power that is useful to anyone in any situation imaginable.
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