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Seven Ways to Kick this Week's Ass.

  • If you want to be __________, surround yourself with __________ people. Want to get inspired? Hang out with some of your creative-type friends. Need a change of scenery?
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Twenty Seven Ways to Kick this Week's Ass.

In 1999, film maker Baz Luhrmann released Everybody’s Free (To Wear Sunscreen), originally written by Mary Schmich, and it reached the top of the charts. 795 more words

Seven Ways to Kick this Week's Ass.

  • Learn the art of being articulate. Enunciate. Make a conscious effort to speak more eloquently, and try to improve your language skills. For example, note the word “especially” lacks an X.
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Seven Ways to Kick this Week's Festive Ass.

I suppose it’s only appropriate to feature a fall “Seven Ways.” After all, fall is probably my favorite season and Halloween is certainly my favorite holiday. 422 more words

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Don't Worry about Seven Ways to Kick this Week's Ass.

  • Don’t worry about how other people view you. What’s important is how you view yourself. With billions of people in this world, it’s highly unlikely that we’re all going to take the same path or the same approach to anything.
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Seven Ways to Kick this Week's Ass, Courtesy of Ron Swanson.

  • “The less I know about other people’s affairs, the happier I am. I’m not interested in caring about people. I once worked with a guy for three years and never learned his name.
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Seven ways to kick this week's ass.

  • Introduce yourself to someone. Each day this week, strive to be on a first name basis with a coffee shop or store you frequent. Introduce yourself to a person at your gym, or simply say hello to a stranger while you’re both waiting at the crosswalk.
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Seven Ways To Kick This Week's Ass.