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#ManUp: How Do We Change Our “MAN UP” Culture?

Most of us know about the tragic events of Las Vegas about one week ago that sadly, has become far too common in this country. Mass shootings should be the exception to the rule. Not something that leaves us asking … Continue reading

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People Complain About Today’s Movies Not Being Very Good or Even “Original.” But Ask Yourself: Is That REALLY What You Want?

Let’s say you’re on a road trip. You’re a few hours into the trip and you’re becoming restless. You’ve either stopped listening to the radio or aren’t that impressed with what you’ve been hearing so far, so you flip stations. … Continue reading

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