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  19. I’m not apologizing, but I would like to thank you for reading my blog.  I appreciate you trusting me to help improve your love life.  That trust is well placed.  My vacation allowed me to work on a bunch of future posts.  It helped me clarify my message.
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  21. How does all of this translate to your sex life?  Too many men ruin their chances with women by apologizing.  They do it for everything; their appearance, their hobbies, and their jobs.  Not only is supplication unattractive to women, but it’s also a bad way to live your life.  By constantly begging forgiveness you live for other people instead of yourself.  You can’t please everyone.  Live a great life, and apologize to no one.
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  23. I’m excited about the future.  I’m making some big changes to the site (including the name of the blog).  Plus I have a backlog of essays to share, and I’m going to continue producing videos.  Here’s what I promise:
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  25. 1-weekly essay (every Wednesday) packed with actionable advice–no fluff
  26. Frequent video updates
  27. I believe that a valuable blog is built on quality–not quantity.  That approach doesn’t translate into overnight fame and fortune, but I’m more concerned with offering content that actually helps men improve their lives.
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  29. It’s been a while since I’ve posted.  That’s because a lot has been going on.  Namely, I was in a high speed car accident.  Fortunately, I wasn’t injured, but it forced me to think about my mortality.  I could have easily lost my life that night.  Am I spending my time doing things that truly make me happy?
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  31. Despite concentrating much of my career on helping others improve their lives I realize that there are ways that I could be leading a more meaningful life.  There are so many things that I’ve been wanting to do, but I haven’t had the motivation to pull the trigger.  I’ve been more concerned with leading my ordinary life.  Today I have decided to “opt out of ordinary.”  Here are just a few ways that I will start this journey:
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