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The Shackleford Life Philosophy

April 30th, 2008

I have a fiercely independent streak. I like raising hell, I don’t want to be quite like the other doubles-tennis yuppies of the world, and foremost, I firmly believe that I am in control of every single aspect of my life.

I can be as good at something as I want to be.

I can learn anything I want to.

I will never tolerate a shitty, micromanaging job or boss. Ever.

There’s plenty of money out there – go get it.

If you are out of shape, that’s your fault, and you WILL suffer from it, most likely. Change this. Now.

Sounds simple, more or less, right? This is a much-abbreviated version of the true life philosophy I adhere to, but it’s a few of the key points. I am never satisfied with things either – and that’s OK. You can always improve, and there’s almost always someone better at something than you are.

Where the hell am I going with this? Well – here:


This lady captured a lot of the Shackleford mojo in a presentation that is worth seeing. You’ll enjoy it, promise.

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