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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Universal Job and Career Search Advice from the CEO of EmploymentCrossing

Daily Job Search Advice from the CEO of EmploymentCrossing

You Need to Stop Competing and Seeing Differences Between You and Others
By A. Harrison Barnes
If you are looking for a job, trying to improve in your current job, or simply wishing to experience a better life, there is one thing you need to do: You need to be friends with everyone you meet in business, and stop competing and seeing differences. This is a statement that falls on deaf ears for most people.

In fact, this is the exact opposite of the way most of us think.

Instead, we view others as competitors and the slices of pie as limited. We view opportunities as few and limited, and feel the need to compete for what little there is.

What are the rewards for looking for and seeing commonalty between you and others?

They are incredible.

In the Year 2000 I started a legal recruiting firm. I did not start the firm until around March of that year. I had no legal recruiting experience and knew absolutely nothing about about the market. Since I had been a practicing attorney for years, the fact that I was now recruiting seemed almost surreal to me in many respects.

I had decided to just enter a zone where I did not care what happened to me. When you are in the recruiting business, what typically happens is that law firms will call you in a very formal way to tell you they have no interest in a candidate of yours. The conversations will typically last no more than 30 to 45 seconds.

“We are calling to let you know that we have no interest in John Smith,” they might say.

“Thank you,” would be the standard response.

After several weeks of this I began to feel that the entire situation was somewhat absurd.

This is what recruiters do all over the country. I decided that the best thing I could do was mix it up.

“We’re calling to let you know we have no interest in John Smith,” a caller might say. The callers were typically women in their mid-20s to early 30s who were called “recruiting coordinators” inside law firms.

“You know, I was just outside having my third Diet Coke in the past hour and I realized that I have not heard your voice in some time. I really like your voice, how are you?”

“Fine,” they might say still a little stiff.

“I am not sure how much longer I am going to be doing this recruiting thing. It is really exhausting. Law firms are really uptight. Do you enjoy making all these calls. It must be a real buzz kill just calling a bunch of recruiters all day. I cannot believe you and I are doing the jobs we are doing.”

This is what I would do with every caller.

Eventually, I would get into my personal life and they would start to talk about themselves as well.

A few months into this I was astonished when some of these women called me on the way home from work on their cell phones just to chat about random stuff, unrelated to work. One woman’s husband was going to be building a deck on the back of her house that weekend; one man who was a recruiting coordinator was going sailing; another girl was leaving her job because she wanted to ride a motorcycle across the United States.

I did the same thing with my candidates. (I actually ended up marrying one of them a few years later.) My candidates and I would talk about the most random stuff.

Only about 1-2% of my time on the phone with my candidates and the law firms was ever about anything having to do with actual business. I enjoyed what I was doing and made numerous friends. I looked at the entire process as something that was meant to be fun, establishing connections and nothing more.

Prior to becoming an attorney, I had been an asphalt sealing contractor around Michigan for over 7 years. Much of my job involved going door to door and selling my service. Someone I had never seen before would answer the door and I might say something like the following:

“Hi. I’m here to sell you the service of putting some asphalt sealer on your driveway but I am not in a very good mood right now. My girlfriend from school is working in Washington, DC and she just broke up with me so she can see other people this summer. I’m not too happy about it.”

This is the last thing people expect from a salesman.

I would show up at the home of the person, well dressed and looking professional, and invariably the person would start talking to me about my personal situation and offering me advice. I would never have to sell the person anything. I would slip in how much the service was going to cost and the person would always agree.

The next year I would show up at the person’s front door and they might ask me about my personal life and I would tell them what was going on, and they would do the same thing.

Using this particular method of selling asphalt sealing, I was able to become probably the largest residential asphalt sealing contractor in Michigan in less than a couple of years. It is all about treating people as your friend.

I never talked about the service.

I just disarmed myself, exposed a vulnerability of some sort and let the person start consoling me and offering advice. I liked getting the advice.

In the legal recruiting industry I was amazed at how fast the business grew with me just mellowing out and being disarmed.

By the end of 2000, with less than 7 full months of recruiting under my belt, I had made 29 placements which had generated over $1,000,000 in fees.

The most prestigious and well known recruiting firms at the time all wanted me to merge my recruiting firm with their recruiting firm. The phones of the recruiting firm were ringing off the hook with referrals and people wanting to work for me. I had people flying to Los Angeles to meet with me and seek my advice about how to get a job from places as diverse as New York and San Francisco.

It was as if I could do no wrong in the work I was in. None of this was just due to the economy being really good either. In the year 2002, I ended up placing every single candidate I worked with.

The legal market was horrible in the year 2002.

I am telling you this to show the power of chilling out, going with the flow and treating everyone you are dealing with as a friend and not a competitor. Make yourself vulnerable and figure out how to deal with everyone you are encountering in a pleasant, happy way. Your career depends on this.

You have no competitors. The world is yours for the taking, but you cannot take it in a way which views the world as having limited resources and opportunities.

The competition in law firms to become partner is something that has always interested me, because I am an attorney and also have spent the majority of my career in the legal industry. When most people think of becoming a partner in a law firm, they view the competition as internal between them and different attorneys in the law firm also competing to be partners.

The young attorneys almost invariably view themselves as competing for a limited slice of pie.

The idea in most law firms is that they can only make a limited number of partners per year.

Accordingly, the attorneys inside the law firm will work as much as they possibly can and play one political game after another to get the people they are competing with off of the partnership track, getting themselves ahead.

The competition these attorneys go through with each other can last years and it is brutal.

Few attorneys in this competition really ever step back and take the time to realize what they are competing for: They are competing for a share of the law firm’s profits. In this respect, however, law firms only make money when they have clients who are willing to pay for the law firm’s services.

The easiest way any of these attorneys could virtually guarantee that she will make partner, would be to bring in a tremendous amount of business and concentrate on this the second she got out of law school. An attorney with enough business can work in virtually any law firm out there, and they will be welcomed as a partner in almost any law firm.

If you have enough clients, it does not matter where you go to school and it does not matter how good you are at political games within your law firm. The person who brings in money and the clients is the one who ultimately controls everything.

In fact, one of the largest law firm collapses of 2009 (Heller Ehrman) happened because one partner with a tremendous amount of business left the firm. As a January 26, 2009 story in the Wall Street Journal recounted:

Heller’s management focused on trying to merge with a bigger, stronger competitor, concluding that it was the only way the firm could stay alive amid continuing lawyer defections. At a shareholder gathering last spring in Colorado Springs, Colo., Heller’s chairman, Mr. Larrabee, said the firm had plenty of choices of merger partners. Last summer, Baker & McKenzie LLP, one of the nation’s largest firms, emerged as a serious candidate. But after weeks of negotiations, the deal cratered in August, partly because of business conflicts. Heller lawyers had sued many of Baker’s clients.

A new suitor soon emerged. On Aug. 21, Heller gathered 40 key lawyers at the San Francisco Ritz-Carlton to discuss its potential white knight: Mayer Brown LLP, an 1,800-lawyer firm. The mood was upbeat.

But another problem cropped up. Robert Fram and Robert Haslam, whose intellectual-property group was among the firm’s highest grossing, had said they were considering heading to another firm. Heller attorneys implored Messrs. Fram and Haslam to stay. If they left, some lawyers believed, the Mayer deal would crumble.

M. Laurence Popofsky, a Heller lifer who was the firm’s chairman from 1988 to 1993, recalls telling Mr. Fram over lunch: “People’s pensions are in jeopardy. Employees are at risk….If you do this and don’t give the merger a chance, you will hurt an awful lot of people.”

Mr. Fram says Mr. Popofsky and others tried to persuade him to stay. But his team, he says, didn’t want to join Mayer and then jump ship if they were unhappy. “We didn’t feel like that was something we were ethically comfortable doing,” he says. On Aug. 29, Mr. Fram informed Heller that he was leaving.

Here, one of the oldest and most respected law firms in the United States collapsed primarily due to the departure of an important partner. The importance of having business inside of a law firm is paramount and of incredible importance for an attorney’s success. The entire success of a law firm can hinge on whether or not it has business.

What this means is that the competition inside law firms between people seeking to be partners does not really have to be internal. The only thing that the associates seeking to be partner need to do to guarantee their success is go out and get as much business as they can.

Indeed, their true success or failure is almost entirely based upon their ability to bring in business.

There are no internal opponents and no external ones either.

There is is a huge pie of opportunity out there (business waiting to be claimed) and all someone needs to do is go out into the world and claim this opportunity for themselves.

The attorneys engaged in brutal competition with one another at law firms all over the country would be well served to step back and realize that all they have to do is stop competing with the people inside their own law firm and go out into the world and get clients.

You need to understand that you have no opponents.

Your success will largely be determined by you ability to go into the world, find commonality and make friends with the people around you. Establish commonalities and do not look for differences.

Using this one simple idea in business can have profound rewards. It can literally change your career and life.

You must abolish from your mind the idea that the people you are dealing with in your career and in business are your competition. You must eradicate the idea from your mind that you even have any competition.

A quote from Wallace Wattles in The Science of Getting Rich is instructive in this regard:

Intelligent Substance will make things for you, but it will not take things away from someone else and give them to you. You must get rid of the thought of competition. You are to create, not compete for what is already created. You do not want to have to take anything away from any one. You do not want to drive sharp bargains. You do not have to cheat, or take advantage. You do not need to let any man work for less than he earns. You do not have to covet the property of others, or look at it with wishful eyes; no man has anything of which you cannot have the like, and that without taking what he has away from him. You are to become a creator, not a competitor; you are going to get what you want, but in such a way that when you get it every other man will have more than he has right now.

It easy to find enemies out there. It is easy to be suspicious of people. It is easy to not take extra time with people. It is easy to find reasons not to be friends with people. This is what most of what the world does. This is what we are trained to do. We look for differences. We want to find how people are different than us and not the same.

This is a path that is not going to take you anywhere and will not help you.

If you want to experience the most incredible success you have ever known, if you want your career and life to change, you need to find commonalities between you and everyone you come in contact with. People will open doors for you when they identify with you.

Over the past several years I have watched Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen rise from nothing to become two of the most important and respected best selling authors of all time with their Chicken Soup for the Soul series of books. Chicken Soup for the Soul was the #1 book on the New York Times’ best seller list for over 100 weeks and is one of the best selling books of all time.

Canfield and Hansen have made millions of dollars through the sale of these books, and have also done countless other projects related to these books.

The publication of these books has rocketed them from small time to international stardom practically overnight. I study success for a living so that I can share it with you and change your life. I have been to several of Canfield and Hansen’s seminars because they typically will have pretty good speakers and are somewhat interesting.

One of Hansen’s most popular seminars is his Mega Book Marketing Seminar, where hundreds of people spend three days learning how they can hopefully write and sell a best selling book. Hansen has been doing this seminar for years and each year gets up and does a Power Point presentation about what a great marketer he is due to the incredible sales of this book.

Sometimes his partner Canfield gets up and shows a photo copy of a million dollar check he received from a publisher. On the several occasions I have seen Canfield speak, he also always shows a picture of his house and tells everyone how it cost $5,000,000.

I like these guys and they really do seem to have a bit of an interest in helping people. Canfield is also featured in the movie The Secret where he talks about how he was able to make his book popular by landing an article in the National Enquirer about his book.

Yesterday, I found some marketing inside a magazine sent to me called Radio-TV Interview Report and saw a testimonial from Canfield and Hansen.

Essentially, what this magazine does is allow authors to advertise the fact that they are available for radio and television ads if producers or anyone it interested in interviewing them. The testimonial they put in this magazine really threw me off for a reason I will share with you in a moment:

We’ve done several things for marketing which worked well, and advertising in Radio-TV Interview Report was one of the most effective tools we have used. When our book was first published, no one knew who we were. But all that changed after appearing on hundreds of radio and television talk shows.

We averaged anywhere from 3 to 4 radio phone interviews a day for that first year. We’re convinced that this ongoing barrage of radio and television publicity helped create the word-of-mouth necessary for our book to become a national best seller!

Our ads in Radio-TV Interview Report helped us hit #1 on the New York Times best seller list, and we’ve stayed there for 100 weeks and counting! But none of that would have happened had we not been willing to do several interviews a day every day on stations large and small–a commitment we continue to do to this day. We highly recommend RTIR whenever we advise authors and speakers who want to get publicity easily and inexpensively.

Despite having attended a few of their seminars, this was the first time I realized that they had grown their business so fast through advertising in this particular publication.

Notwithstanding, what is so interesting to me about this was that according to Canfield and Hansen, most of their success was due to simply chatting on the phone with various radio stations across the country.

This is no different than a major cause of the the success I experienced as a recruiter or asphalt contractor.

When you just mellow out and do everything you can to start relating to people and connecting with them, a lot of stuff happens. If you think about it, 3 to 4 radio interviews a day takes a lot of time. In fact, this is how it looks like they spent the substantial majority of their time for at least a year.

The key to their success, then, was establishing affinity with others.

There is nothing standoffish about this. This ability to connect with people rocketed them to having one of the best selling books of all time.

One of the easiest ways to get a job is to establish lines of communication with the hiring personnel or people who work for the employer you want to work with. Once you establish communication, having the people you are working with feel comfortable and develop an affinity with you is even more important. Once you have achieved affinity and communication, then you not only are in a good position in terms of getting a job, but can excel in a new position as well.

It is very easy for me to tell the relative health of companies and firms.

When you go into a firm and see people getting along very well, joking and having a good time you are generally in a successful company. The reason is because the people inside the company are communicating, and feel comfortable with one another.

When you go inside a company and there does not appear to be solid communication between people and groups of people, you are most often in a company that is in trouble to some degree.

Just having open lines of communication is among the most important things you can possibly do, and is something that will consistently get and keep you employed.

Be friendly with everyone you meet.

Stop looking for differences, and do everything within your power to find affinity with other people.

This will change your career permanently and take you to a far different place.

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Sunday, January 18, 2009

Scott Bakula leaps into Chuck

Scott Bakula leaps into Chuck

scottI like Scott Bakula. I've liked him in just about everything I've seen him do. The latest news that Scott Bakula is joining Chuck as Papa Bartowski, Chuck and Ellie's long-lost dad, seems like great casting to me.

I can't imagine how the clever writers of the show -- that starts with creator Josh Schwartz -- will keep from referring to Quantum Leap and Enterprise in some way. In fact, knowing their penchant for weaving topical bits into the plot, there should be a slew of references.

This casting news comes on the heels of Chuck signing Chevy Chase for a three-episode arc. As Brad wrote, Chevy's character, Ted Roark, is a big-time tech success who may or may not have stolen his million-dollar ideas from Chuck's father.

When Chuck was last broadcast -- it's taking January off thanks to NBC -- the surprise appearance by Sarah's father, coupled with Ellie's wedding plans and the holidays, made Chuck determined to find his father.

According to Schwartz, finding the old man is only the beginning of the tale for Chuck. Time has not been kind to Mr. Bartowski. "He's living in a trailer, he's disheveled, he's paranoid and...he's become an eccentric, living in the shadows." I have the sneaking suspicion that Chuck's internal intersect may be activated somewhere along the way signaling that Roark and/or Dad have been involved in something nefarious.

The episodes will air in April.

more at http://www.tvsquad.com/2009/01/17/scott-bakula-leaps-into-chuck/ or Scott Bakula at IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000836/

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Thursday, January 15, 2009

'Tragedy' of maternal death

'Tragedy' of maternal death

Women in poor nations are 300 times more likely to die in childbirth or from pregnancy complications than those in the developed world, Unicef warns.

The lifetime risk in a developing country was one in 8,000, compared with one in 24,000 in richer countries.

About 99% of the 500,000 maternal deaths in 2005 occurred outside industrialised nations, more than half of them in Africa, Unicef said.

Its head of health said there were an "unconscionable number of deaths".

In Niger, the country with the world's highest maternal mortality, a woman has a one in seven chance of dying, during pregnancy or childbirth.

Ireland - where the risk of death is one in 47,600 - is the safest place to have a baby.

'Falling short'

The United Nations Children's Fund says in its ' The State of the World's Children 2009' report that progress has been made in reducing deaths in under-fives.

The UN has called for a 75% reduction in the maternal mortality rate by 2015 as part of its Millennium Development Goals programme.

But Unicef says that nations, especially in the developing world, are falling far short of this mark.

It adds that girls who give birth before the age of 15 are five times more likely to die in childbirth than women in their 20s, the agency said.

In its report, Unicef said: "The divide between industrialised countries and developing regions - particularly the least developed countries - is perhaps greater on maternal mortality than on almost any other issue."

Dr Peter Salama, the Unicef chief of health, added: "It's really an unconscionable number of deaths. It's a human tragedy on a massive scale."


The number of maternal deaths has remained largely unchanged over the past two decades and has made it more difficult to reduce child mortality.

A newborn baby has less chance of surviving if its mother dies during or shortly after childbirth. Those born in developing countries are almost 14 times more likely to die during the first month of life.

Liberia had the highest rate of neonatal mortality at 66 deaths per 1,000 live births.

Ann Veneman, Unicef's executive director, said: "Progress has been made in reducing child mortality, but much more must be done especially in addressing maternal and newborn health."

She added: "Saving the lives of mothers and their newborns requires more than just medical intervention.

"Educating girls is pivotal to improving maternal and neonatal health and also benefits families and societies."

Unicef said up to 80% of the deaths had access to basic health and obstetric care.

About four in 10 of all births worldwide are not attended by a doctor or other health professional.

Improved access to HIV drugs would also improve the chances of survival for new mothers and their babies, it added.

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NEW Hip Hop Musik Performance for Self-Thinkers

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About Armin Reynolds the ThunderManiac
Armin's music is broad spectrum of hip hop vast sub-genres. He is greatly influenced by his art background, and his gift of gab.

He would use these talents on his debut album, Behind the Eyes of Armin Reynolds. This album is based on his musical development and life experiences told in metaphorical way.

The album relives that period of time between late 1998 to 2003. During that time Armin was new college graduate, working various jobs, enjoying the nightlife and stumbling into a few dark and sometimes tragic moments.

But this album marks his perseverance and determination to continue on in the face of adversity.

Now that bring us to present were Armin has completed his second album and will be touring in the United States in summer of 2009.

Purchase and Licensing at http://www.soundclick.com/bands/default.cfm?bandID=765771 and more info at http://www.myspace.com/arminthethundermaniac

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Listen and love because "Backpacker's Don't Bounce"

I am Raystar. I was born in Cleveland, Ohio. Making music has been my passion as well as my release for over 13 years now.

My music is inspired by real people and events in my life. It’s not always serious and it’s not always silly, but it is always honest.

I want my music to relate to people and inspire creative thought as well as just be something you put on when you can’t think of anything else to listen to.

I have performed with Atmosphere and opened for Dr. Octagon.

It has been said that I have a sound similar to Aesop Rock, Sage Francis, or Del The Funkyhomosapian.

I think I have a sound all my own, but if that is what I remind people of at least I’m in good company.

I currently have two albums out now “Raystar Volume and a ½” and “Low-fi, Broke, and Frustrated”.

I also will be releasing a new record with Siq in the not to distant future, but in the mean time check out “Stonehenge diaries” featuring me and other talented artists from Siq Records. Stay tuned!!


I came across this talented true “Hip Hop” artist who is stirring it up in Cleveland Ohio. It is clear that Raystar more than believes that Hip Hop is not dead… he represents the big picture in Hip Hop and is waking life.

Raystar’s lyrics aren’t about platinum chains or big whips… he questions the smoke and mirrors that we all accept as our reality of what we as a society should desire.

I appreciate how he is rapping from a place that true to the challenges you have to face “on the grind” day in and day out as you look to following your dreams.

Raystar knows that he will probably never be an overnight success, which Raystar seems completely ok with.

Currently Raystar is looking to stay true to the words that are being spit and then look at the best ways to get his music in front of the right people.

Raystar is the real deal and through a little bit of patience, dedication, focus and the intention that his message and vibe will reach the people who can appreciate and feel the tone and overall message.

If you are “feeling” Raystar be sure to check him out and support this talented and hungry cat on the grind.


Social commentary and the way life is for the struggling musician is the main themes of Raystar’s album “Raystar Volume 1.”His lyrics are something that we can all relate to. Everyone can understand his criticism of society, because what he is saying is so easy to see.

In addition to that, the struggling musician theme can transcend to all walks of life to everyone who is struggling to get by and achieve their dreams.

In a way he kind of reminds of KRS-One with the lyrical content of his songs.

As for the beats, they are cool. There is a lot of use of organic samples. Many of the songs utilize a jazz kind of sound.

The album is really organic sounding. I think this is a good thing. It doesn’t sound over processed or overly electronic. This is something that you can just throw on and listen to and relax. It can also supply a good source of conversation through the commentary that is provided in the lyrics.

Overall I think this is a great album. I highly recommend you pick it up. You will enjoy it.

If you are tired of what mainstream rap offers with its misogyny, gangsterisms and the flashy image it represents then you will enjoy the more intelligent serving of Raystar.

- AME ONE of Siq Records

2007 album review FREE TIMES Raystar
Volume One (self-released)

This 26 year old uses a unique trumpet hook to introduce this EP’s first track, “Backpackers Don’t Bounce,” documenting the struggle of an underground artist trying to break into a rap scene overrun with gangstas, hos and bling.

Raystar refuses to sacrifice originality in exchange for tight rhymes, and his passion is evident in tracks like “How You Feeling Today” and “Just Fight Through It”. The acoustic guitar riff behind “How Far Will You Go” adds a fittingly somber backing for a lament about urban poverty.

Cameos by AKT/AKtion and D-Roof prove Raystar plays well with others.

Thoughtful lyrics are his biggest asset, as Raystar refuses to fit into anyone’s mold, but instead creatively shapes his own.

- Caye Burry

Raystar's Latest MySpace Blog Entry [Subscribe to this Blog]

raystar live @ solon arabica (view more)

booking (view more)

albums stonehenge diaries and Raystar Volume 1 and 2 out now

web site (view more)


http://www.raystarmuzik.com/ and http://www.myspace.com/raystarhiphop

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Tuesday, January 13, 2009

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Neale Sourna's North Coast Academies' Diaries

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"Laila's got the hang of cock riding and wrapping Daddy Ross around her little clit, even to public sex, while knowing her friend's watching--Sascha: Public Parking, Sex Squared. There will be cocksucking (2 cocks), and pussy fucking (2 cocks).

"Then, Ross takes his skank teen daughter home and punishes her, raping her for sexin' Sasch. Big Ross on, uh, well, IN, little Laila's pussy, raping it all to shreds. And she loves it! Daddy's Willing Little Slut.

"But while poor Daddy Ross is sorry, little Laila comes to him for more. She begs for and gets her anus deflowered, My Daughter's Anal [Asshole] Cherry, as Ross stretches her last virgin hole to the wide max; hot creaming her tight, hot bowels.

"The best love is willing and open.

"And, as for me, your author, all you really need to know about the true me and what I write, as YOUR BEST WRITER OF CHOICE, for ebooks and paperbacks, is that I enjoy writing for my WARM PLEASURE, and for you to SHARE MY DEEP FANTASIES, until you, too are SATISFIED WITH PLEASURES OF ALL KINDS.

"So, know that love and sex are good sorcery, when the right two, or more, people get together, and that YOU'LL FIND their STORIES HERE TO BUY and read to your love one, for their satisfaction, too. And, READ THEM AGAIN, AND AGAIN. Like all great sex and love."

--Enjoy my love and lust, Neale Sourna


--Neale Sourna


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NEALE SOURNA -- Short Stories and Hot Excerpts

NEALE SOURNA -- Short Stories & Hot Excerpts

"Isn't sex fun!? And love, too? Of course they are, or should be, shouldn't they? And if they aren't, then, you, my friend, are doing sex and loving yourself and another the wrong way. ;)

"Hello, my wonderful story loving friends. While you're relaxing and visiting me here, just GIVE ME FIVE (5) RELAXING, BUT EXCITING MINUTES to STRETCH YOUR MIND and EXERCISE YOUR EMOTIONS and, well, your HAPPY glands, too.

Because all you really need to know about the true me and what I write, as YOUR BEST WRITER OF CHOICE, is that I enjoy writing for my WARM PLEASURE, and for you to SHARE MY DEEP FANTASIES, until you, too are SATISFIED WITH PLEASURES OF ALL KINDS.

"So, know that love and sex are good sorcery, when the right two, or more, people get together, and that YOU'LL FIND their STORIES HERE TO BUY and read to your love one, for their satisfaction, too. And, READ THEM AGAIN, AND AGAIN. Like all great sex and love."

--Enjoy my love and lust, Neale Sourna


--Neale Sourna
Neale Sourna's http://www.neale-sourna.com/storygateway.html

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