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The Top 3 Ways Our Culture is DESTROYING Your Personal Goals [Audio]

25 October 2010 One Comment


Have you ever wondered if the society we live in stacked the odds against you when it came to accomplishing your personal goals?

What if people could be literally CONDITIONED to be unproductive, dependent, lazy and inefficient without even realizing it, and we’re in a society that does such conditioning right now???

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Here’s an audio clip from business consultant Eben Pagan describing this exactly (download the mp3 by clicking here):

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The 3 main topics he describes are:

Eben Pagan on productivity>> our culture of technological distraction
>> our culture of “obsessive-snacking” (dis-attention), and
>> our cultural of obsessive entertainment…

I always enjoy concepts like this, because it combines sociology and self-development into one framework. Enjoy and be sure to share with a friend.

Also, this Wednesday’s radio show is called, “Protecting, Preparing and EMPOWERING OUR YOUNG GIRLS for the Social Challenges & Dangers of Today’s World…” Click the green link for more details.


One Comment »

  • Sepia Prince said:

    Eben Pagan’s (aka David DeAngelo) words are totally true. We’ve created a rushed culture which embraces short jolts of stimulation. The drug ecstasy, which supposedly gives one a feeling of extensive jubilation, is not just found in clubs in the form of a pill, but in the tools Pagan mentioned (mp3 players, video games, logging into Facebook, etc.) It’s deep…

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