Choice – The Meaning of Life

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I was hoping to put this article up here; however, the graphic won’t load properly. Most likely, I need to update my WordPress for my browser. I just don’t have the desire to have to re-format everything–updating replaces the formatting with a generic version that then needs to be changed. So I’ll post the link. The article cites why it is important to take breaks throughout the day. Well worth checking out and very true.

Also, the raw video footage of the presentation has arrived. I’ll get it up early in the new year and keep you posted. Happy holidays, everyone!

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What am I always saying when it comes to confidence and being successful with women? Don’t take my word for it; here’s a guest post from a woman. Tiffany, thanks for writing.

We have heard the story many times – girl falls for that moody and temperamental hunk and dumps the well-behaved current boyfriend. In a party or a social gathering, have you noticed how women are naturally drawn to that confident and brash alpha-male who tells jokes, who self-deprecates and feels good about it, and who has body language that exudes confidence?

Women are not shallow, per se. The conditioning and the stereotyping are brought about by evolution.

If you think about it, men are drawn to attractive women. This can be equated to being drawn to those who have good genes. As for women, they are drawn to that special trait which conjures a “protector.” I’m not saying that men should act aggressively and presumptuously in order to attract women. It’s just that women are hard-wired to look at men as some sort of “protector,” the one who will fend for the family. Thousands of years of evolution and social conditioning have led to the emergence of the modern woman, anyway. And the gruff ones, the “bad boy” types, always look like the one who have the capacity to protect, commandeer fear, and generate awe. It may be an old-fashioned way of thinking, but it is not far from being biologically and historically accurate.

A woman knows, seconds after meeting a man, if he has “it.” It’s a woman’s reflex, an instinct. A woman can tell right away whether a man is a good sexual match for her. This impression does not even come from how a man “presents” himself to a woman. The woman can tell if she is looking at “the man.”

The solution: cultivate confidence and shed off whatever pre-programmed baggage that you have with your self-esteem. Confident men come out as strong men.

Tiffany Taylor is the author of GuyGetsGirl, a special guide for men that reveals all the dirty tricks women play on guys each and every day. And, most importantly, how men can turn the tables on women by using special psychological techniques to attract and seduce them, anywhere, anytime…effortlessly. Visit

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I just learned a Careerbuilder article for which I was an expert was posted last week. It discusses whether or not you are a good employee. You can check it out here.

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