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Scott Brills
International Entrepreneur & Adventure Capitalist. Founder of and .
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Scott Brills Apr 20
Reading: When Doctors Thought Was a Psychological Condition | I would've been committed to an asylum FOR SURE. ๐Ÿƒ
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Scott Brills Apr 19
Reading: The at the End of The Earth | Yet another island I have yet to make it to yet. One of these days...
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Scott Brills Apr 18
Reading: Chileโ€™s Wild | Looks like a perfect place to get off the grid when I finally make my way to .
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Scott Brills Apr 17
Reading: Where did the Ball Pit Come From? | So many memories as a kid playing in the ball pit of the local McDonald's PlayPlace, Chuck E. Cheese, Little Caesars Caesarland, ShowBiz Pizza, Discovery Zone, etc. etc...
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Scott Brills Apr 16
Reading: The Violent Attack that Turned a Man into a Math | Acquired syndrome? The is an amazing thing.
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Scott Brills Apr 15
Reading: Most Lives are Lived by Default | "In all likelihood, what youโ€™ve inherited is nowhere near whatโ€™s best for you...certain areas of life could be all wrong and you have no idea how good it could be on other side of the fence." So true.
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Scott Brills Apr 12
Reading: Is Overpriced, Over-Hyped and More Exciting Than Ever | Very true! I'm happy I saved a few special bottles in my collection over the years -- for emergencies only, of course. ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿฅƒ
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Scott Brills Apr 11
Reading: How Got to Northern Nevada | An interesting tidbit about the town of , -- which I pass through every time I head to . Had no idea!
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Scott Brills Apr 2
READING: How I Make Six Figures As a | I'm sure she gets her share of online haters for succeeding in a world that many would love to be a part of, but good for her--it's hard work! (Not my shtick, but have many friends doing similar.)
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Scott Brills Apr 1
READING: I Read the 8 Best of All Time (So You Don't Have To) | Clear, concise steps to a better business/life. Doesn't replace reading these classics in detail, but does a pretty good job summing up their main points.
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Scott Brills Mar 27
Reading: The Reconstructing Recipes That Died With the Ottoman Empire | Well, now I have a new must-visit restaurant when I visit , !
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Scott Brills Mar 20
Reading: What Could Really Increase Your Life Expectancy, Lifespan, and Longevity? | Be a married, happy-go-lucky, outdoors and party-loving, sex-mad, hippy woman in senior management with a cat. ๐Ÿ˜œ
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Scott Brills Mar 19
Reading: : When Life's Noises Drive You Mad | Definitely have a mild form of this -- sniffling, chewing loudly, babies crying, etc. can really get to me sometimes.
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Scott Brills Mar 18
Time flies! Just like that, another culinary adventure for the history books. Had a great time with my crew, exploring as many awesome food and drinks as we could get our hands on. Now for a bit of R&R in -- just in time for the cherry blossoms. ๐ŸŒธ
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Scott Brills Mar 10
Reading: The People Who Eat the Same Meal Every Day | The same lunch to work for about 25 years?! The horror... ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
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Scott Brills Mar 10
Had an amazing first day with my group in today. We walked through the city, visited Osaka-jo castle, hit up the Anime Fest in Nippombashi, and then had an amazing shabu-shabu dinner in a hidden restaurant you needed to code to even enter.
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Scott Brills Mar 9
Reading: The Italian Farmer Returning Chickens to the Wild | Forest chickens! Hah, who knew?! ๐Ÿ“ ๐Ÿ“ ๐Ÿ“
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Scott Brills Mar 8
Reading: What I Say When I Donโ€™t Know What to Say | A quick read detailing some great conversational tactics to get you out of that awkward "how do I respond" zone we all find ourselves in from time to time.
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Scott Brills Mar 7
Reading: The Most Highly Anticipated Destinations of 2019 | Been to about half -- you?
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Scott Brills Mar 6
Reading: The 1970's Movement to Reclaim for God | The founding story of my favorite snack food is all a lie! ๐Ÿ˜จ "The monk myth emerged during Prohibition to deflect the negative association of pretzels with beer, saloons, and bars..."
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