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The Bullseye Theory

eBook (PDF), 64 Pages
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The Bullseye Theory consists of four circles. The first is called Self. You are the only you that ever was, is or will be. No one else can be you, but you. You are a grain of sand on the beach of life…and, that grain of sand can move mountains. The next circle is called Intimates. These are our spouses, lovers, parents, children, siblings and only best of friends. They are the ones that can get closest to us without actually being us. We embrace only those that we most love. Next are the Acquaintances. These are neighbors, co-workers and individuals that we have gone to school with. They are there at the end of our fingertips for whatever reason, mostly because we have yet to fully embrace them into our Intimates circle. The last circle is called The Rest of Humanity. When we choose to expand our circles, we are making this fourth circle smaller, one person at a time. By bringing others into our circles, we create peace, love and harmony in our communities and impact the... More > world immediately.< Less
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Product Details

Edition
Second Edition
Published
November 4, 2011
Language
English
Pages
64
File Format
PDF
File Size
266.78 KB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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