March 2, 2011

The Charlie Sheen Guide To Passing A Job Interview: (via CBS Houston)

Posted in Human Nature, Interaction, People, Self Perception, Society tagged , , , , , , , at 11:25 am by lemaclellan

Sometimes you just have to go with the flow…. even if the answers do not make sense.

Seriously, if you didn’t know the back-story — you didn’t know the trainwreck that Charlie Sheen‘s life has become, and the history of drug use and decadence — wouldn’t Sheen’s recent quotes be impressive? Let’s say you were an employer, looking to add to your sales staff? Wanna play? Here are some typical job interview questions and REAL Charlie Sheen answers. Admit it, you’d hire the guy if you didn’t know any better: What is your greatest st … Read More

via CBS Houston


January 14, 2011

Don’t Let Winter’s Bad Weather Spoil Your Exercise Time (via Kristensherlock’s Blog)

Posted in Choices, Happiness, Human Nature, People, Skills tagged , , , , , , , at 4:29 pm by lemaclellan

Exercise is important, one should get 20-30 minutes of some form of exercise in daily.

Don't Let Winter's Bad Weather Spoil Your Exercise Time With the record breaking low temperatures and snow falls throughout North America and Europe during the the winter of 2010-2011, few people are venturing outdoors and only do so because the must. How has this weather effected your exercise routine? Do your exercise plans get put on hold during cold and dreary months? Don’t let the bad weather blahs beat you! Tone up for spring by trying these activities that bring your workout indoors: + Think of … Read More

via Kristensherlock’s Blog

December 11, 2010

Transitioning to an Economy of Reuse (via Intercon)

Posted in Business, Choices, Decisions, Expectations, Future, Human Nature, Society tagged , , , , , , , at 1:14 am by lemaclellan

Change is an inevitable part of life, you can either accept it now or deal with it later but it is better to be proactive than reactive. Building a sustainable society is what needs to be done so how change will get us there is up to us.

Transitioning to an Economy of Reuse We have wound up with a culture that has fashioned itself in the image of disposal instead of retention. Almost everything that we own has a useful life that ends when something breaks because the cost to repair it is a vast percentage of the cost of simply buying a newer, cutting-edge replacement. A glance around my own apartment uncovered few exceptions: flat screen TV, iPod, cell phone, stove, microwave, speak … Read More

via Intercon

October 19, 2010

Look Like A Star! (via Lifeaccessories’s Blog)

Posted in Choices, Decisions, Future, GWT, Happiness, Human Nature, Interaction, People, Self Awareness, Self Perception, Skills, Society, Uncategorized tagged , , , , , , , , , , at 3:07 am by lemaclellan

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