I have a new book coming out this week called “The Art of Saying No”. It’s a collection of essays and how-tos that I’ve written and compiled over the years that will help people make the most of their time and their lives.
I hope you enjoy it.
As I’ve said in earlier posts, its time for me to put my money where my mouth is. Its a book about how to say no in many circumstances, and I’m proud to say Im about halfway there. This is only the first half of the book, because there is a lot more to say. I hope you all enjoy it.
The title of this week’s post is a bit of a miss. My head is currently reeling from an episode of the new trailer. It is so far behind its time. As Ive said above, I have to keep this in mind so I can get to it in the very near future.
GetUnJoe is a book by Jon Lajoie. It’s about how to say no in many circumstances, from a guy who was recently diagnosed with chronic stage three breast cancer, to a woman whose only real friend is her boss… and no more. It’s about the way we all say no, whether it’s a simple “no” to a business proposal, or the most significant “no” to an important personal decision.
I’m going to skip the synopsis section for now. I don’t write about the main characters, but the main story is about the fight between the world’s most dangerous and most dangerous human being, the Devil.
Satan likes to think he’s a big guy, but he’s actually a tiny little man-sized guy who hides in the shadows (or in the back of his throat if you’re an angel) and laughs at the world. He likes to think he’s a big guy because those who oppose him think that he’s a big guy and they’re afraid of him; but the truth is that he’s a tiny little little guy who likes to laugh at the world.
Satan is a tiny little guy who likes to laugh at the world. In his world he takes on the form of a giant ball of light, and he laughs at the world because he knows that the world laughs at him. He likes to laugh at the world because he knows the world hates him, but that doesnt bother him because he knows that it hates the world, too.
I think it’s a good idea to go through the entire game and learn from it. If you don’t, you won’t get the very best story.
I think that’s a good idea. I like the idea of getting to know Satan, from his perspective. It’s not a game about fighting, but how Satan feels about his world. The game is set after he’s been “saved” by the angel Gabriel, so you know that this guy is an angel. He’s not in charge of anything, but he can still feel like he’s in charge.