First off, the book is great for reminding us ladies how simple men are. To steal words from Mr. Steve Harvey, men are driven by three things: his title, how he gets that title, and the reward he gets for the effort. Until a man has solid answers to these three things, he's basically still a boy. So, all you college girls (me included) out there looking for your man, know that mentally, all those good looking college males surrounding you are still boys. Once he becomes a man and has those three things taken care of, he will not be ready to settle down and truly focus on a woman.*
*side note here, I understand that some relationships start during college, and even fewer start in high school. In these cases, the men were extremely lucky to have found a woman with enough patience to sit and wait for him to accomplish these things prior to devoting his efforts toward her.
Once a man achieves a title, is good at what it takes to maintain that title, and is rewarded for those efforts; he is ready to focus his attentions elsewhere. I would classify everything prior as sport-now I'm talking about dating.
So, ladies, quit looking for your soulmate at any age that precedes this accomplishment. It's going to be different for every situation and background, but personally, I doubt I meet a real man under the age of 26. And that's pretty young these days for having accomplished all of that.
Once you meet a real man he will behave in certain ways that will prove how much he is willing to make you his lady. But, I will save those for another post. ;)