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|The truth is that we can learn to condition our minds, bodies, and emotions to link |
pain or pleasure to whatever we choose. By changing what we link ... We aren't in
an information age; we are in an entertainment age. We can change our lives.
|Anthony Robbins, the American self-help guru and writer says that we aren't in |
an information age; we are in an entertainment age.144 It reflects both the
stagnation and the shallowness of our mass culture. The celebrated 'political
|Religious Denominations See Appendix A: Demographic Trends over 50 Years. |
Entertainment and leisure We aren't in an information age; we are in an
entertainment age. Anthony Robbins, Motivational speaker and writer52 The
|Robbins, Anthony If you can't, you must. If you must, you can. - Robbins, Anthony |
We aren't in an information age, we are in an entertainment age. - Robbins,
Anthony It not knowing what to do, it's doing what you know. - Robbins, Anthony
James Dale Williams - 2002 - 256 pages
|Of course, we aren't caught in a zero-sum situation, and those in the shrinking |
middle class continue to enjoy material comforts ... prompted Wolf (1999) to
argue that we are not living in the "information age" but rather in the "
Robert Lee Chartrand - 1991 - 336 pages
|appetite for the trivial entertainment, and that may not change. ... My friend and |
unfortunately late colleague, Bill Stuart who ended his career with ABC
when we were CBS fellows together used to be concerned about what he called
the ... Thank God there aren't that many assassinations or earthquakes or floods ...
|This is an important book...a harrowing documentation of our modern world's descent into fragmentation, self alienation, and emptiness-brought on, to a large extent, by communication technologies that distract us, dislocate us, and destroy ...|
|BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Sophie Kinsella's I've Got Your Number.|
|There was a time not so long ago when we worked our tails off for 40 years and |
then retired to Florida to wait for the end. ... Material things aren't as precious to
us as they once were. ... Instead, we sell information or entertainment; we are in
financial services or the medical field; we teach or manage or captain or do any
number of things that have absolutely no direct ... This is the information-age,
|Maybe we should start our own business. ... With few prospects in the daily want |
ads, the three friends were worried that travel and entertainment wouldn't pick up
by the time ... But aren't we getting ahead ... PART ONE: The Information Age.