MysteryShrink Shorts: ‘Brand’ or ‘Person?’

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MysteryShrink Shorts: ‘Brand’ or ‘Person?’ The answer if very important. If you are getting up every day to work on your brand, you must direct your time, energy, in money into going from who you are to ‘who you can become’ in the eyes of others—and we’re talking as many …

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Olympics Free-for-All Medley Swim

Olympics Free-for-All Medley Swim Sport for Us, the Real People Hear ye! Hear ye! The International Olympic Committee has arranged an event for us, the real people. Well, we can’t do ‘flying body’ sports but we can succeed in our event, the Free-for-All Medley Swim. We chose a swimming race …

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“Oh Dear Me!” The Most Dangerous Criticism is Criticism of Yourself

The Most Dangerous Criticism is Criticism of Yourself Dateline: Cabo San Jose. They’re always finding fugitives here. Or at least they do on the many crime shows I watch with abandon. There’s a guy at the next table who’s a dead ringer for the most unlucky guy in the world. …

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Last Mexico Tourist Standing: My Very First Riot!

Last Mexico City Tourist Standing. My Very First Riot! Best of: I recently updated this site. As part of that process I reviewed and removed most of the posts. Many of the photos and texts had fallen into space long ago. I will be re-entering the ones I like the …

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Last Mexico Tourist Standing: The Welcome Riot

The Welcome Riot This episode cannot be justified without first reading:  My First Riot! Dateline:  I have absolutely no idea where I am. I know I’m in Mexico City, but beyond that, I don’t have a clue.  Okay, so now I’m in a taxi on the side or a road in …

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“Yes on the Coffee, No Thanks on the Molestation.”

“Yes on the Coffee, No Thanks on the Molestation.”Last Mexico Tourist Standing, Dateline: Threadgill’s Local International  Branch Office, Austin, Texas. The owner met Elvis Presley when he played at his club—The Armadillo World Headquarters. Elvis wasn’t first on the bill. He was third. The playbill read: Elvis Presley, Wildman Folksinger. …

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