Are You Comfortable Being The Odd Man Out?

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I Must Be A Rebel… I’m on The Renegade Team!

Somehow, I often seem to have an uncanny knack at being in the wrong place at the wrong time.  Everything from having a different perspective on topics than the crowds, & grasping new trends, to changing wardrobe preferences which are often guided by our peers.

A rebel is considered to be rebellious or defiant.

A renegade is considered to be a traitor, deserter or apostate.

I wrote yesterday about Peer Pressure, & how some of it can creep up on you & even become deadly.

Wardrobe preferences, following television shows, & keeping up with public opinions are other forms of gaining acceptance and approval which I usually tend to disagree with.

Apologies in advance to those who are interested in many of the currently popular reality TV programs or Court TV type shows but, I’m of the opinion or persuasion that these are degrading our society & culture overall.

Life has enough trauma & drama to be wasting precious time watching these types of programs.  Why sit & watch someone rant & rave about some crazy ass domestic drama or having your car repossessed…  I just don’t get it…In fact, it almost makes me irate!

I’m constantly amazed by the fact that I can usually find video content like this to share that fits so well with my topic at hand.

Giving up or abandoning what I believe or want is not what being an Internet Marketer is all about.

Being a Disabled Internet Marketer is about being real with folks & finding a niche’ that you can be passionate about so you can stick with it…something that you won’t abandon or become bored with, finding something that can make a difference in the world.

This is where my renegade spirit comes into play.  Much of society & my family believes one way about industrial hemp, (mainly because of government monetary interests) & I have researched & found much information to the contrary.

So much controversy that it took 7 months for the US government to respond to a petition that quickly gained public interest…you may read about it in The Huffington Post.

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To our health,

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