Right now I have 48 pages of handwritten scrawl lined up in order on the dining room table as the framework for the next book. It’s loosely titled “The Marriage Action Plan: Beating Sense Into Your Intolerable Spouse Until They Either Die Or Comply”. Though Jennifer prefers “The Marriage Action Plan: When All Else Fails”.
My most important tool is The MAP, and it’s proven to be multi-purpose in effectiveness – I’m got a number of female readers turning up the heat on their husbands to get jobs effectively by using The MAP for example, which is impressive considering it’s designed mainly as a way for husbands to get sex from their wives. I’ve a number of people using it to effect weight loss in their spouse as well.
However that multi-purposing can get a little confusing, especially to new readers. I’ve also not been 100% satisfied that I’ve described The MAP correctly or fully either. I’m also reframing it from the “Male Action Plan” to the “Marriage Action Plan” to better appeal to both men and women.
If you have The Primer 2011 it’s essentially going to be Chapters 6 and 16 greatly expanded on, with better tie-ins from parts of Chapters 5, 10 and 11, and a bunch more stuff related to the multi-purposing.
In terms of MMSL the blog and MMSL The Primer 2012, not a lot will change. By dealing with the multi-purposing of The MAP in a separate book, that leaves me free to keep The Primer 2012 focused on issues of sexuality, marriage and using game to better the bedroom fun. The MAP will still be in the 2012 Primer, just dealt with less depth and more speed than the new book will… you know… like it’s a primer.
So here’s my question….
What are your questions about The MAP that I missed answering or didn’t explain well?
Ask me anything. Email me or using the comments is fine.
Also if you are in the process of running The MAP and have specific questions, please write me and I’ll try answer them all.
(Oh and apparently I earned the new pink lingerie treatment from Jennifer for my efforts today. Not bad for some handwritten scribble!)