A guy wanted to know how to get on one accord with his girlfriend? Great question. Noble pursuit. But please know…this elusive “one accord” that he seeks is not a destination. It a process.
Bernie and I discuss the two steps to achieve this ‘one-accord-ness’ (I just made up a word)
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