Claude Hopkins – Scientific Advertising – My Notes And Takeaways

March 22, 2017

I found out about this book a few days ago and was able to track down the audio version of it at: The good news about Youtube is that you can speed up the playback speed to get through videos even quicker than normal. 😉 Anyway, I was putting notes together as I went through it and have put them down below: Chapter 2 “Would it help a salesman sell…

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What Music Should I Listen To? Try Snoh Aalegra – “In Your River”

June 24, 2016

What Music Should I Listen To? I just came across this song online. I thought I would post it for your enjoyment. It’s by Snoh Aalegra and it’s called “In Your River“. I like the beat and sound of it. It has some soul and jazzy elements to it as well. For me, it’s definitely worth a listen. I actually ended up downloading it and putting it in my Google Music…

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What Song Should I Listen To? Try Classixx Featuring T-Pain “Whatever I Want”

May 25, 2016

What Song Should I Listen To? I just came across this song online. I thought I would post it for your enjoyment. It’s by Classixx Featuring T-Pain and it’s called “Whatever I Want“. I like the beat and sound of it and along those lines, the message. Don’t let anybody tell you what you can and can’t do (within reason, that is – no breaking the law, etc.). I generally do “Whatever…

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Yet Again, It Has Been A While…

May 9, 2016

Well, yet again, it has been quite a while since I’ve been on here to post something. Latest updates: My wife and I have been married for more than 6-months. It looks like we’ll finally be getting our wedding album done. We’re still figuring things out on how everything works with married life (apparently the adjustment period lasts for the duration of the marriage – hehe…). Believe it or not,…

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Wow (Again)! I’m Getting Married In A Few Days

October 7, 2015

So here is that story… I never thought I would ever be blessed enough to get married (I’m sure many don’t consider it a blessing, but I do – at least for now – Hahahaha!). Perhaps it’s one of those internal ideas that one thinks every once in a while… I’ve never considered myself worthy of another being able to spend the rest of their life with me. Perhaps that’s…

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Another Interesting Note: “Sticking It To The Rich”

February 3, 2015

This comes from the Wall Street Journal on September 19, 2014 in the article titled “Sticking It To The Rich“. Basically, Tom Perkins says quite a few things in there, but the very end of the article gets the message across: =============== According to a 2010 report from the nonpartisan Tax Foundation, the top 1% earns 19% of the gross national income and pays 38% of all federal taxes. The…

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