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Man Law #68 – If You Don’t See The Door, Build it.

January 4, 2010 10 comments

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The following is a completely true story. Names and events are factual.

Women today aren't waiting around for a guy to save them. They've got their own tools and resources. But they are still attracted to go-getters and those who pursue their goals!

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Around 10,000 B.C., there were a group of cave dwellers consisting of a few men, women and children. On one particular morning, a man named Ed “Soon-To-Be-Eaten” Johnson races back into the cave to tell the rest of the group that there are a pack of tigers pacing around outside. This is the conversation that took place verbatim: Read more…

Man Law #67 – Acknowledge and Reflect…

December 28, 2009 2 comments

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Dr. Carl Jung - Deep in Contemplation.

Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes. ” – Carl Jung

In 1957, Carl Gustav Jung sat down to write his life story in a work that would later be known as “Memories, Dreams and Reflections.”  If you have time over the course of the next year to read this book, I highly recommend it as it gives a look inside the mind of a man who many of us can relate to and will be able to learn from for many years to come. It’s quite amazing that a man who grew up in such a different time might find commonality in people reading his memoirs in 2009. It makes one think, just how will you be remembered and what will your life story, your reflections consist of?  How will the world remember, you? Read more…

The Flirtexter Olivia: An Exclusive Interview with Author, Olivia B.

December 19, 2009 2 comments

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When the Art of Text post went up a few months ago, I hadn’t realized that there was a deeper, underlying issue that was bubbling up beneath the surface. While texting is certainly “newer” technology, it was really the result of over a decades worth of communication that was slowly moving towards a new direction.  What may surprise many is that it was the corporate world in the 90s that brought computers into our homes. While kids had Nintendo and Sega, purchasing a $2,000 plus computer was a luxury that only the adults could afford. Read more…

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