The Times Are Changing
September 4th, 2020 | Duration 00:04:57 | Posted in Miked Up Marchev by Mike Marchev
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You will be the same person you are a year from now except for the people you hang out with and the books you read. Bobby Dylan sang it in the ’60s and it is just as true today. If you don’t start swimming you will soon sink like a stone. Is it time for a little “change?” You bet it is.
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Mike Marchev chose to take a circuitous route through the first 71-years of his life. His experiences, successes, failures and unwavering sense of humor qualify him as a guy worth listening to. Perhaps of more importance, he is a practicing practitioner you can actually learn something from.…Learn more
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