Category Archives: Your Weekly Weapon With David Farbman

How to Frame Yourself in the Best Light

POSTED: 05-06-2016 IN: Uncategorized

In this era of selfies and social media, we are all image makers.  There are 12-year olds out there who know their best angles and how to get the right light, using filters and Photoshop to make themselves look their best in the hopes of getting big “likes.”  All that external validation is great, but […]

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How to Spring Clean Your Hunt

POSTED: 04-22-2016 IN: Your Weekly Weapon With David Farbman

Spring has finally arrived in southeastern Michigan. It feels like I’ve been looking at brown grass and bare tree branches forever (but then again, don’t we all always feel like that!?!). But now the earth has tilted, and we turn our faces to that warm, golden light and embrace the hope of spring. This is […]

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Took 44 years to figure The Hunt out for realz…

POSTED: 04-08-2016 IN: Uncategorized
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In my office, rocking some serious Monday execution when my phone rings and lights up with all 0000000s. Immediately, I hope it’s my buddy Sheldon Yellen calling. Upon answering, I hear that lovable voice of my man Sheldon and it puts a smile on my face. Sheldon was calling me to throw me a big […]

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Let Go of the Past so You Can See the Future

POSTED: 03-25-2016 IN: Your Weekly Weapon With David Farbman

Each hunter has favorites: favorite spots to hunt, favorite gun to shoot, favorite boots or gloves or even socks. Favorites are great: comforting, warm, even lucky. We run into trouble when favorites become habits, and we get stuck in a pattern that is no longer taking us closer to our targets. The past can be […]

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