What inspired Steve Harvey For his book "Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man"?
Harvey had been a popular stand-up comedian for years, and many of his jokes centered around relationships and dating.
He began to notice that women in his audiences were often nodding along and taking notes during his relationship-themed sets.
Harvey realized that there was a demand for relationship advice among his female fans.
He also observed that many women were frustrated with men's behavior and felt powerless in their relationships.
Harvey decided to write a book that would empower women to take control of their romantic lives.
He drew on his own experiences as a husband and father, as well as the stories and complaints he had heard from women over the years.
Harvey wanted to provide practical, no-nonsense advice that would help women understand men's behavior and motivations.
Ultimately, Harvey's goal was to help women achieve happier, healthier, and more fulfilling relationships with men.