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dys.lex.i.a Defined by FreeThinkers University

dys.lex.i.a
the umbrella slang word for public’s inability to understand the complex and extraordinary thought process of
‘Multi-dimensional FreeThinking”.


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I believe that people can accomplish anything if given the proper information Erin Brockovich

                                          


“I believe that people can accomplish anything if given the proper information.”  “… I am an advocate for awareness, the truth, and a person’s right to know. I believe that in the absence of the truth, all of us stand helpless to defend ourselves, our families and our health, which is the greatest gift we have. As with everything, some people always go too far, too far to the right, too far to the left, and this is true of environmentalism and now, in many instances, our issues fall on a deaf ear.

Often times we don’t think about or worry about or understand what is happening to another until it happens to us. Deceits have no boundaries. Disease doesn’t recognize the color of our skin or our political parties affiliation. When it comes to cover-ups and destruction of our environment, we are all up for grabs….” – Erin Brockovich

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Charles Schwab In Learning Hurdles, Lessons for Success

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… “That’s the real problem with kids who struggle with learning …
Some kids feel like they’re stupid. I want them to know that they’re
not. They just learn differently. Once they understand that and have
the tools to learn in their individual way, then they can feel good
about themselves.”

– Charles Schwab
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Vince Vaughn Actor and Comedian

                  

                      Vince Vaughn
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Tel Aviv University Reporter’s Judd Handler asked Vaughn “Everyone
has their soft spots in their self-esteem, where do yours lie?…”

Vaughn replied: “In a lot of ways, as a kid I had a hard time reading
in school. I was the kid who would go one period a day to the class
for kids with learning disabilities.” “…The teachers thought I
was crazy. I was sort of a wild kid. But I always felt like, if a kid
is getting up to give a speech and he’s starting to cry, he’s gotta
go to school with us for the rest of the year, and your
[messing]….with him, making him stand up there. I’d tell the kid to
sit down. And they’d say, “You can’t tell him that, it’s my class.”
And I’d say, “Give him a break on the speech, he just … cried in
front of you.” What do you want? He’s gotta go and hang out, he’s
gotta go to school for the rest of the day. You want him to sit up
there the whole period and cry? …So I would get in a lot of trouble
for that kind of stuff. I was always confidante enough to say, “This
is… crazy.”

Vaughn regarding the movie Swingers: “…People would offer money to
buy it and wanted to change it. … Look, we weren’t trying to make
something everyone in the world would love. And I think by doing
that, people saw that value in the film.”

Vaughn: “I thought Elvis was cool … because he wasn’t a … [jerk]
with it. He was warm and a gentleman. He was able to make fun of
himself. He was just smooth. I have always thought Clint Eastwood was
real cool. I like Walter Matthau in the Bad News Bears. I always
thought there was something really honest about that. …”

Vaughn: “The last book I read was the book I’ve been rereading most
of my life, The Fountainhead (Ayn Rand).”

About Vaughn:
Vaughn was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and grew up in Buffalo
Grove, Illinois where he played football and wrestled. Eventually he
moved to Lake Forest, Illinois, where he graduated from Lake Forest
High School in 1988. He developed an interest in theater at A young
age and decided to become an actor in 1987.

Some of the movies Vaughn appeared in are: The Lost World: Jurassic
Park, Old School, Starsky & Hutch and Dodgeball, Anchorman, Be Cool,
Swingers , Thumbsucker and [wikipedia.org] Mr. & Mrs. Smith, The
Break-Up, Wedding Crashers, Santa Claus, Into the Wild, Couples
Retreat. Television series; China Beach and CBS Schoolbreak.

Vaughn is also an avid fan of the Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago Bears
and Chicago Cubs and the University of Notre Dame, all of which are
featured prominently in his film The Break-Up. Similarly, Vaughn
played a small part in the movie Rudy.
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Leo Buscaglia The Politics of Love

I have been through a lot in life like everyone has. There were elements in my life that helped me maintain a positive loving perspective no matter what I went through. My boss was a 7 step recovering gambler and had a lot of success/motivation things around the office I would listen to, today I would like to share two of them that have rippled through my life Leo Buscaglia “Politics of love” is a absolute MUST SEE!! -Anything LEO


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Attitude Makes All The Difference. Zig Ziglar

Zig Ziglar teaches people all over the world the fundamentals of sales and success. He is someone I grew up listening and attribute my positive attitude to. Here he tells a story of a woman with a negative attitude who hated her job, shifted her attitude and changed her life. …
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Imagination is more important than knowledge.

“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.” -Albert Einstein

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