JohnRgt

Why you will fail to have a great career (video, 15:00)

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I agree completely - if you truly do have a passion, you should follow it at all cost. However, my guess is that for most people, finding their passion is the hardest part. I hear "follow you passion" all the time but with no talk about how to find a passion and keep it - only arguments for basing your actions off of it once you have it. Isn't this the easiest part in some sense?

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if you have to look for it, you wont find it, most likely. I've known since I was 10 years old that I loved weapons and the how to's of personal, defensive combat, specifically hand to hand and guns, specifically handguns, more specifically, powerful pocket autoloaders.

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if you have to look for it, you wont find it, most likely. I've known since I was 10 years old that I loved weapons and the how to's of personal, defensive combat, specifically hand to hand and guns, specifically handguns, more specifically, powerful pocket autoloaders.

Do you feel more secure with weapons?

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