Tame Bear on August 9th, 2017

You are two. The one on the outside who everyone sees. And the one on the inside who interprets and narrates the world you experience. Many of us focus on the ME everyone sees, training and grooming it and conforming it to the culture that surrrounds us. The true art in life happens when we focus […]

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Tame Bear on January 2nd, 2017

How did you find your way into affiliate marketing? Like many people, I stumbled upon it by accident. In the summer of 2010 I was looking for some insights about how to market my first ebook which I had just published at Smashwords.com. Smashwords was responsible for distributing the new book to online stores, in all the popular formats […]

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Tame Bear on October 26th, 2016

My take, more often than not, is a philosophical one that takes the long view. I’m thinking decades, maybe several generations. This year we have an unusual opportunity to vote our conscience up and down the ticket and see it make a dramatic change for the common good. FAILURE OF THE NORMAL FUNCTIONING OF GOVERNMENT This […]

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Tame Bear on October 8th, 2016

This is where I think U.S. Senator Tim Kaine walked away with a WIN in this week’s Vice-Presidential debate. And it took just 34 seconds. JUST 34 SECONDS How we view women in our society has become a pivotal campaign issue. An oft-chanted “RESPECT!” was heard throughout the Republican convention this past summer, and in an unbelievable […]

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Tame Bear on September 4th, 2016

Many of you reading this post are likely already familiar with Click-Track-Profit (CTP) and the “CTP Teams” tournaments happening there. Have the CTP games been helpful to you in building your business? NOTE: This article is part of a series titled “The Amazing Tale of 4 PTCs” comparing the ClixSense Paid-To-Click advertising service with three others — […]

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Tame Bear on August 24th, 2016

If you enjoyed the book “Ready Player One“ by Ernest Cline, join our conversation — add your comments below. FB DATELINE 160820 My friend Mark Yoder put me onto this excellent novel, “Ready Player One” by Ernest Cline, but good luck getting it at your local library. Our library here has several copies. I was still 11th! in […]

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Tame Bear on January 12th, 2016

I’ve been traveling a lot more this past year, and the Amtrak is my preferred mode of travel. Especially now with WiFi on the train! Treesh and I are in the process of moving to Albuquerque, New Mexico and we’ve been going back and forth between our home in Goshen, Indiana and our new condo […]

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Tame Bear on November 26th, 2015

If you watch the news these days you’d wonder if there is anything good happening in the world. All the news channels care about is the tragic, the horrific, the sensational, the controversial, shock, chaos, sadness, darkness. Yes, these are a part of our world, but we have so much more to be thankful for […]

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Tame Bear on September 7th, 2015

For many of us who watch PBS in America, the Wayne Dyer specials were meaningful encounters, giving us a larger perspective on what life is all about. His 2013 feature film “The Shift – From Ambition to Meaning” was my last encounter with Wayne Dyer. If you too were a Wayne Dyer fan, take an […]

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Tame Bear on July 17th, 2015

“I want to thank our negotiating partners — the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Russia, China, as well as the European Union — for our unity in this effort, which showed that the world can do remarkable things when we share a vision of peacefully addressing conflicts. We showed what we can do when we do […]

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