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Protect Your Brain

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Saved by James Dunn
on February 8, 2015 at 1:21:12 pm

Protect your Brain and build relationships of mutual Respect


Expect yourself to live the story you want others to share about you.


What are the stories told of drug addicts and alcoholics?  Do NOT associate with anyone in those stories; stay away from them.  Do not let their feeble brain damaged minds kill your future.  Once the brain is damaged, it seems like everyone is against you because no one agrees with you.  You cannot think logically and predict consequences if your brain is damaged.  You are always treated with disrespect, because respect comes from the consistent sharing of useful information/skills.  Addicts and alcoholics are more often wrong then they are right; more destructive than useful.  They are most often the thieves that destroy other people's hard earned accomplishments, that results in more police and less employment in a community; a burden to the local community.  They trapped themselves, do NOT let them trap you. Stories about them involve Disdain instead of Respect.


Respect is NEVER given.  Only the opportunity to EARN Respect is ever offered, when a person has an under utilized resource they are willing to share.  Wasting or abusing the resource results in disdain.  Productively building something useful with the resource results in Respect.


What are the stories told of engineers, scientists, physicians ... professionals?  Associate with everyone in that story.  If practical, apply for internships. If lucky you may find a mentor to help you find the structure that supports the path toward significant accomplishments you cannot presently see.  A path followed from career planning.


Current drug testing technologies detect drug abuse up to five (5) years.  Testing positive on a drug test most often prevents a person from becoming employed in significant positions.  Condemning a career to high risk or insignificant employment opportunities.


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