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I love love love pistachio ice cream!

My pistachio ice cream trait that I’m turning up is frankness. I’ve been way more ‘polite’ on my blog at times than I need to be. Time to get feisty!

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You both are fascinating people:) Loved this video!

I like the metaphor of vanilla and pistachio icecream, yes I just need to find out my unique and natural flavor! Maybe berry ginger!

Also like the way of screening ideal customers – it will save lots of time and energy!

Thanks a lot for putting on this show…

P.s Enjoy the fun endings of at Marie TV videos …and Sally’s interpretation of the surname:!!

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I loved the vid the quiz. Funnest personality test I’ve ever taken and maybe the most accurate as well. Marie asked in her email what special personality trait I can leverage. What I would have said also turned out to be part of what my quiz results are: I like to innovate and revolutionize to make things more real, more truthfully what their essence is. Thank you!!!

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Hi! Wow, very captivating! I am training myself to live in the moment and to be 100% focus in every thing I do. And I was! What a treat! Thank you Marie!

Time for me to discover my strengths and personality! What people say about me is that I have such a high ENERGY that they feel happier and motivated around me. Hence I would like to translate this into PASSION. THANK YOU for giving me the strength to see how our own personalities have to be part of our businesses and to our successes! Love, xoxo

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Wow! Thanks so much for this! I think this might be my fav vid yet (or at least in the top 5). When I did a survey my most common trait was “creativity” and “thoughtfulness” … I’m in a creative biz, so I guess that works out well!

Thanks again, this was energizing, and of course, fascinating!

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Thank you Marie and Sally. I totally need this right now.

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You inspire me each day to be my own boss!! The transition from having a full time job, that “comfort” zone to full time entrepreneur is something I want to achieve this year! I love your humor, your passion for life and the amazing tips you share!

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I teach that the world sees you how you see the world. When we change the way we see the world, our attitude changes and when our attitude changes, people change how they see us.

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Love this! Thank you so much Marie and Sally. I really resonate with Passion and Prestige and wonder how to bring these qualities forth more. Any suggestions from the passionate and prestigious among you! 🙂 Thanks!

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Yes, it can. Information you share on a Facebook app on a TV or when ordering on Amazon or Netflix on the big screen is shared in the same way as when you conduct such business on a PC or a smartphone.

In 2012, computer researchers demonstrated ways to break into particular smart TVs that had built-in video cameras and microphones , and then eavesdrop on people in their living rooms.

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In early 2017, Vizio agreed to pay $2.2 million to settle claims alleging that the company had collected viewing data from 11 million TVs without getting the owners' approval. The claims accused Vizio of secret monitoring that included information about not just app use but also what owners watched on their disc players, cable systems and even over-the-air broadcasts.

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Higher-performing drivers also appear more susceptible to structural equivalence. Splitting at the median in total points earned, structural equivalence is statistically indiscernible below the median, but it is significant above the median where the stakes are higher than for lower-performing drivers. Audience members are also particularly interested in comparing high performers. Their focus on the dyad may accelerate microlevel dynamics set in motion by structural equivalence.

Moving to broader contextual conditions, we present estimates for a median split on race number in the season. When a season is fully underway and a stable role structure has emerged, we expect drivers to shift from a global to a local competitive focus ( 36 ). Some (distant) drivers are now irrelevant, while other, structurally equivalent drivers can no longer be dismissed: occupying the same niche is not a fluke once enough time has passed. Structurally equivalent drivers may also grow more salient to each other because the window for establishing clear dominance is narrowing—a process that might work in tandem with competitive arousal, familiar from studies of bidding behavior as auctions draw to a close ( 37 ). Consistent with our expectation, time-dependent processes such as these appear to be at work among F1 drivers: a significant effect of structural equivalence is replicable when the season is more mature, but not when the season is still getting started.

To ensure that the insignificance of structural equivalence in the first half of the season is not an artifact of measurement error, we exploit variation in our stability measure. Recall that stability corresponds to recent race-over-race autocorrelation in drivers’ positions in the competitive network. Structural equivalence is significant for stability above the median, but not below. It is also significant for race number and stability jointly above their medians, but not when one or both of these covariates are below their medians. Viewed together, the estimates visualized in Fig. 2 suggest that a time-dependent process of network congealing, rather than time pressure alone, is necessary for structural equivalence to prompt conflict.

Our final contingent prediction is that drivers react to structural equivalence most forcefully when they feel safe in their physical environment. Our reasons for expecting the strongest link between structural equivalence and collisions to be found in safe conditions is perhaps best summarized by considering unsafe conditions. Two processes go hand in hand with perceived danger, making local struggles for respect unlikely if not implausible.

First, and most obviously, drivers must prioritize staying alive. They will focus less on resolving status ambiguity with structurally equivalent others when their survival is at stake. Second, it is reputationally costly to (unsuccessfully) taunt a peer in pernicious conditions. If, in such conditions, hostile interactions escalate into severe injury or death, the cost to the perpetrator’s reputation will likely be greater than normal. In addition, external, collectively felt threats are expected to evoke cooperative—more than competitive—impulses ( 38 ). Consequently, to ignore this norm—and put a peer’s life in clear danger—is likely to be coded as dishonorable conduct.

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