Comment on Can a BROKE or JOBLESS Man Still be High Value? by Renee Wade

Hi Michelle, Thanks for your comment. See, this is one thing I hate about writing shorter articles (yes, under 1,000 words is short for me) – because not all points are addressed. However, I do believe that we did address this point in the video. To answer your question, I know how easy it is …

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Comment on Can a BROKE and JOBLESS Man Still be High Value? by Margarida

I love this article! The premise behind it reminds me of the movie The Notebook. “one of the men had money but their connection was not there and one of the men didn’t have the money or lifestyle, but the connection wasn’t there” – on the last sentence, I think you meant the “connection was …

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Comment on Can a BROKE and JOBLESS Man Still be High Value? by Michelle

Hey Renee, I really enjoyed this article.Everything you write is incredibly insightful. Thank you so much for sharing with us. I do feel a little confused about this though. Isn’t ability to acquire wealth, part of resourcefulness? Could you say someone is ambitious with a strong masculine direction, and be jobless or broke at 30? …

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Comment on How Can One Be High Value In A Society That Keeps Us Insecure? by Ana

Yes I agree. This reminds me so much of this book I read. The author said- THE WORLD IS increasingly designed to depress us. Happiness isn’t very good for the economy. If we were happy with what we had, why would we need more? How do you sell an anti-ageing moisturiser? You make someone worry …

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