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Dr Paul is a frequent teacher to the gurus: David De Angelo, Neil Strauss, Mystery and adding science and professionalism to the men's community training programs at every opportunity.
He has also been a contributing expert for CNN, Fox News, NBC, CBS, and been featured in the magazines Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Men's Fitness, and Blender.
As a regular Date Coach and Relationship Advisor on FM102.7 CFRO station, Steve believes that you're never too young or too old to learn.