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A SUPER BOWL FOR THE AGES SPORTS ARTICLE BY JOHN CASCIO WITH ANGELA SOMMERS

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LIFE COACH

APPROACH WOMEN WITHOUT FEAR OF REJECTION WITH MYLYNDA, CHERYL, VANESSA

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Dating can be rough, especially if your girlfriend has a hot temper and is prone to kick you out into the “doghouse.” With these innovative tips, you’ll win back her favor in no time!

1. Hire a Mariachi Band or Local Acapella Group to Serenade Her Unless she truly hates you, this will surely put a smile on her face and have her inviting you back into her comfort zone again. Be sure to pick a humorous or joyful song; go for a sense of fun, not desperation.

2. Pay a Homeless Guy $5 to Hold Up a Sign for Her If you live in a major metropolitan area, chances are you and your girlfriend regularly walk by homeless people. They would love to have $1, let alone $5. Find a homeless person along the route she usually walks on her way to work. Come up with a witty sign, like “Angela, John Would Like to Apologize for Going to Poker Night Instead of Visiting with You and Your Family. Will you Forgive him? - From John” Or whatever -- be sure to be creative and witty. I guarantee she will get a kick out of this. You might have to show the homeless guy a picture of her so he knows he needs to get her attention, but having her name on the sign should do the trick.

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4 Unique Ways to Get

Out of The Doghouse with Your Girlfriend


3. Propose Marriage to Her at a Baseball Game This one only works if she will go with you to a sporting event. During 7th inning stretch, half-time or throughout the event, they will often post announcements up on the big screen displays throughout the stadium. Before the game, visit the gaming office where you can tell them to make these announcements, and say that you’d like to make on for a wedding proposal. (or perhaps just to say hi, if she wouldn’t react nicely to a full-on practical joke like this!) Be sure to keep an eye on the big screen throughout the game, so as not to miss the announcement.

4. Write Your Message in the Sky

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We’ve all seen this in the movies, but how many people actually have the guts to go through with it in real life? For as little as $100, you can hire an airplane to fly a message to your girlfriend across the sky.


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3. ell us a bit about the setup for your photo shoot(s)-Lighting, Equipment, Post processing? Well it depends on what I’m shooting when it comes to lighting. I like to use available light when I can if it has a nice quality to it. Like sunlight coming through windows or outdoors in the morning or evening hours. I do like to use a light outside as well when I need to overpower the sun, fill or separate my subject from the background. My current camera is the Nikon D7000 and I use a 24-120, 35mm lenses most of the time. Sometimes a 70-200. For post I use Lightroom 4 and Photoshop CS5. 4.

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re you a self-thought living as a professional photogra- 6. pher, what are your tips for staying photographer, did you go to college or university, or did you competitive in the industry? have a mentor? Yes, I have come to realize that it is very challenging and competiti- Both really. I’ve gone to ve. What I am learning is that you school and have a few more have to stand out from the rest. courses to go until I get my deYou have to be doing something gree but I’ve learned a whole special or that others are not lot on my own as well. There’s doing in order for your work to a lot about photography that be distinguishable. I would think cannot be taught in schools. that you would have to deliver s there something you what you promise to and to have 7. personality and flair while doing always ask yourself/think just it. Although I am new to the in- before you press the Shutter dustry, I have already found that Button? paying attention to what I am doing instead of what other peo- There are several things going ple are doing, works in my favor. through my mind at that point. As far as tips to stay competitive? After all that is the moment I’m still figuring that out but I we are required to “focus”. know that slowing down isn’t an By that time the lighting and option. I would think that to stay camera settings should be on in the game you would have to point so I don’t have to worry keep producing great content and about it and I can just focus images that will have some sort of on framing and capturing the right moments. At that point impact on your viewers. it’s about connecting with my subour photos have a particular ject. 5. quality to them, how would youdescribe your personal style? 8. What is one last impression you want to leave in your phoI would like to think that my style tos? is clean and sexy. I like my images to have some impact and to con- I would like my photos to tell vey some emotion whether it be a story. I would like for people subtle or striking. It’s pretty sim- to remember my photos. ple and I feel that makes it easier to comprehend.

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Dig in and learn as much as possible. Practice and don’t be afraid to make mistakes. That’s how I learned a few things. Surround yourself with the kind of people that will allow you to pursue your dreams. Ask questions, and try to keep up with whats going on in your niche so that you can stay in the circuit of things.

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If you’re interested in increasing your overall success with women, then you should learn ONE important thing. It’s being able to approach women WITHOUT any fear of rejection! Read this article for more info

As you can see, the guys with no fear of rejection

are able to increase your overall success with women. So if you learn to cultivate this personality, you’ll find that you’ll become better with women.

All you have to do is learn how to act confidently

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on all interactions with women. When you’re talking to women, simply concentrate on the conversation and work at eradicating all negative thoughts. Just relax and enjoy the conversation.

Are you having trouble with attracting and seducing any hot women you meet?

So if you’re intimidated by women, you need to

Well if so, then pay close attention to what I’m about to tell you...

I know this sounds simplistic, but many guys have major problems with this one aspect of their dating lives. They’re afraid to approach hot women because they worry about what could go wrong. Typically a lot of men get nervous thinking about what a woman will say and how she might reject him. Now it’s possible for you to attract and seduce a

beautiful woman. All you have to do is learn how to overcome your fear of rejection. By confidently walking up to a woman with NO fear of rejection, you’ll instantly become an attractive guy who has a seductive personality. Here’s an example to illustrate this point...

One of my good friends is able to attract and se-

duce many beautiful women because he has almost no fear of rejection. While he knows he’s might be rejected, he’s able to eliminate all negative thought patterns. Instead he simply focuses on his approach and initiating conversations with women.

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work on building your confidence and become comfortable with approaching hot women. If you see an attractive woman, then you should immediately approach her.

When you get into the practice of approaching all hot women you see, you’re nervousness and fears will quickly fade away. Once you get into a pattern of approaching women

and initiating conversations with women, you’ll experience a dramatic increase in your success. Even if you’re only able to pick up a woman once in awhile, you’ll at least have more experience with your approach techniques. Also, you’ll be closer towards eliminating your fear of rejection. Attracting and seducing hot women is possible. But if you let your fears and nervousness get in the way, you’ll have little chance of success.

All you have to do is practice your approach techniques and become more confident, then you’ll master the art of attraction.


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hen approaching women, even before you have said a word or done anything she has already unconsciously put you into one of three categories: I Like Him I Don’t Like Him Undecided

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ow that you are aware of the three different categories lets go over each ones strengths and weaknesses for you.

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ategory #1: I like Him: If you happen to look or remind her of someone that she liked, dress in a certain type of way that she finds attractive or anything else that she happens to connect with. Congrats you have a heads up on everyone and when it comes to taking it to the next level its all On You. This is a great thing and if you fall in the Average Guy category expect this to happen with around 10 percent of the women that you meet who are available.

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ategory #2: I Don’t Like Him: You ever meet someone and for no apparent or real good reason you don’t like them?

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uess what women are the same way and for good measure most women throw unconfident men and a whole slew of petty reasons in there as well. If you fall in this category and at least 10 percent of the time you will if your just an average guy, unless you have some unknown outside factor to enhance you (hot ex still after you, famous, rich, etc.); there is nothing you can say or do that is going to get this woman to change her mind and be attracted to you.

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ategory #3: Undecided: The majority of the times about 80 percent is you are an average guy you are going to fall in this Category which if you have done your studying and reading on seduction and how to attract women is a perfect place to be. Because as long as you are in the Undecided category you can work on creating the desire and attraction in a woman that you want. This is very good news for you my friend.

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f course the time is now for you to get your life in order so that when you walk up to a woman that you find to be a potential partner and she is thinking to herself maybe or maybe not over the course of a cup of coffee or tea you can turn that maybe into a yeas and increase your success with women tremendously.


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How Often Should You Call A Woman? We all know that communication is key to a healthy relation-

ship. What some men might not realize is the importance of phone calls. How often to call a girlfriend? When to call a girl? How often to return a girl’s calls?

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he telephone- a miracle of the modern age, allowing communication through vast distances. Although this wonder tool has been one of man’s most important assets throughout human history, it has also been the source of some of man’s biggest dilemmas and many a headache, particularly pertaining to girls. This dilemma is only compounded by the advent of answering services, caller trace and other suchlike devices.

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nowing when and how often to call is something every guy should know if he wishes to master the art of telecommunication with the fairer sex. After all, this knowledge can really make or break a relationship even before it has actually begun. Calling for the first time

has barely just begun. The first call is often the most daunting, and causes men the most agitating problems. Basically screwing this up can mean clipping the wings of a possibly beautiful relationship before it has a chance to take flight. Timing is everything

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e sure not to jump the gun. It is important to time the first call properly for maximum effect. Calling too soon to ask a girl out can give the impression of being too eager. Around three days is an ample waiting period. “Huh? Who is this again?” Waiting too long can be just as bad. Nothing is worse than being forgotten. It’s important not to wait longer than a week to avoid a possibly embarrassing conversation.

Sfriend. o now you’ve finally got a girlYou’ve been dating for a while. Telecommunication is still an important part of the relationship. Here are some things to remember:

First and foremost, when you Sdreams o you meet the girl of your say you’re going to call her, call in a club one night. You somehow build up the courage to talk to her and BAM!, instant connection. Interesting conversation then ensues. She actually laughs at your jokes and, wonder of wonders, she gives out her phone number.

her. Not calling when she’s expecting one can cause her to contemplate your intentions. This may lead the girlfriend to think you’re not really into it. She might even start looking elsewhere for some tender loving care.

Avoid calling during work. SWrong. o, mission accomplished, right? Once in a while when you have Sorry son, but this battle a valid reason is okay, but too

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much can be distracting to her.

Shours. chedule your call after working Even if you have nothing to do the whole day, she does not need to know that. It’s imperative to give the impression of having a busy and eventful life. Of course, it’s even better if you actually have one. Also, it’s best to call in the middle of the week if you’re going to ask her out for the weekend. This will allow plenty of time to prepare for the possible rendezvous.

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fter leaving a message, all that’s left is to wait for a return call. Days later, could it be possible that she’s not calling back? No, that’s not possible. The message must have gone astray, right? Well, if the message was left to somebody else, there’s a relatively good chance that she didn’t receive it. So feel free to call back after a day. If it’s left to some sort of answering service, chances are she received it and just doesn’t want to call back.

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f she leaves a message, you might want to wait a day to call back so as not to seem to be at her every beck and call. Exceptions apply when the message goes somewhere along the lines of, “Help, my house is on fire!”

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f you find yourself geographically apart for a time, you don’t have to necessarily bombard her with phone calls. Just make sure that the calls you make are meaningful. You might even send a personalized gift or card just to remind her of you.


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enerally you can’t call your girlfriend too often unless of course she’s finding reasons to cut the conversation short. This is a sign that she is showing traces of suffocation. Three times a day just to say howdy is a bit much.

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s is with the other important things in life, when it comes to calling your girlfriend, it is the quality and not the quantity that matters most. And above all, don’t forget to call when you say you will.

BIZSU MAGAZINE LIFE COACH

VANESSA BUENO

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I’artist m a long time creator & of many things. I’m a Blingaholic! Im new to Etsy and starting out slow by selling necklaces and other accessories. Im going to see where this will take me...If it goes well, I will be expanding into other homemade accessories, costumes, go go outfits, etc... You can usually catch me down at the fashion district a few times a month stocking up on supplies, which is also the best place to score the best deals!

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Syndicated Rangers Sports Columnist John Cascio Jr

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nce again here we are with another issue of Bizsu Magazine and my recap of the quarter in sports. There have been some great moments and some very sad losses in recent events.

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’ll start by sending my condolences to the Moore family for their loss. Their son Caleb lost his life due to injuries suffered in the Winter X Games snowmobile freestyle event in which he crashed hard and the sled rolled over him. He was able to walk off the course but suffered complications from internal injuries. He was twenty five years old.

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lso in a different winter sport Lindsey Vonn lost control in the womens World Cup Super-G and crashed very hard. She suffered a torn ACL and MCL finishing her for the season.

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he NBA season is well under way and things are a bit closer than I perceived they would be at this point. In the Eastern Conference Miami is top dog at 32-14, with New York and Indiana just behind with 31 wins a piece and also Chicago and Brooklyn nipping at their heels with each having 29 wins. In the Western Conference San Antonio has a firm hold on the lead with a league leading record of 39-11, the next closest are Oklahoma City and the Los Angeles Clippers with 37 and 35 wins

respectively. Things look to get very interesting as the rest of the season progresses as to who stays on top and who falls flat.

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e have hockey finally! And it’s about time too. The lockout ended leaving a 48 game schedule reminiscent of the ‘94-’95 season. No All Star game and no Winter classic but the boys are back on the ice and ready to play. Only approximately ten games into this truncated season the Pittsburgh Penguins look to be a dominant force. Sidney Crosby and his squad are playing at a great pace with no signs of slowing down where as the off season favorite pick for the Stanley cup, the New York Rangers, are floundering a bit. Rick Nash has


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ow onto the biggest game of the year, the Super Bowl. A clash of the Titans was in order and the game didn’t disappoint, although there was probably the strangest delay ever witnessed in a championship game. It started off as any Super Bowl would, both teams fired up and ready for battle but the Ravens brought their A game. San Francisco was held in check even with Colin Kaepernick, the new alpha dog in San Fran’s arsenal, who had a phenomePage 73 BIZSU MAGAZINE

Ravens dominated play in the first half and to open the second half it just got worse for the ‘Niners. Jacoby Jones of Baltimore started out the half with a record 108 yard kickoff return to push the score to 286. Things seemed hopeless as Kaepernick couldn’t connect in clutch times.

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hen the crazy happened. With 13:28 left in the third quarter, half the stadium went black. A power outage that lasted for about 34 minutes and we still have no explanation as to why it happened (Some are speculating that it was a faulty line supplying power to the Superdome). Well, that delay changed the face of the game. Once power was restored and play resumed San Fran began to play like they wanted the Lombardi Trophy. San Fran would mount an impressive comeback to cut the lead to 31-

29 with a truly astounding 12 minute run outscoring Baltimore 23-3 during that time. Now we come down to crunch time, two minutes left. San Fran has the ball on Baltimore’s 5 yard line and the chance to take the game. Kaepernick threw three incomplete passes to set up a 4th and Goal for the game. He lobbed one into the end zone for Michael Crabtree who was seemingly held by Baltimore corner Jimmy Smith yet no flag came out ending the hopes of a great Fort Niners teams hopes of a victory. What Super Bowl hasn’t had controversy? Joe Flacco was named the MVP for a wonderful performance, he went 22-33 passing with 287 yards and three touchdowns and Ray Lewis in his farewell game got his last wish. He held that trophy high as he had hoped. It will be interesting with his checkered past if he will make the Hall of Fame, but I can see it happening.


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