By jcoyne on May 3, 2012
In the third and final part of their conversation on orthodoxy, Jim, Tom, and Becky discuss the advantages that structure and orthodoxy can provide throughout life. Can belief systems plug the rabbit hole, or are they a stopgap solution? Contact JimAndTom@OpenDoorRapport.com to add your thoughts.
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By jcoyne on May 1, 2012
Jim, Tom, and Becky continue their conversation on orthodoxy. Among other things, we discuss orthodox lifestyles, unorthodox approaches to the job search, and—perhaps most importantly—the simple but effective “5-foot ambush.” There are people out there who have discovered means of how to get out of their set ways and explore new horizons. What are some […]
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