“The biggest mistake people make in life is not trying to make a living at doing what they enjoy most” ~Malcolm S. Forbes~

R. Mordant Mahon

Motivational Coach. Self-Help Comedian. Talk-Radio Host. Author.

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Down With O.P.P. (Other People’s Perceptions)?

You down with O.P.P? Yeah, you know me! You down with O.P.P? Yeah, you know me! All of us have come face to face with family & friends who do not agree with, and quite often do not understand, what … Continue reading

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Put Love 1st

Put love first. When you concentrate on your job, you succeed. When you invest time learning about a career skill, your favorite sports team, even more about your friends, you become an expert in those fields. What about the Arena of Love? Continue reading

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Call Me Mordant

There’s been some confusion of late, as to what you should call me. You’ve seen or heard me throw out the names “Mordant,” and “Raphael,” and “Riki”—and perhaps a couple others tossed here and there into the mix. What’s up with that?! What should you call me and where do all these names come from anyway? Continue reading

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Open The Door For Her

We live in a society that vacillates between whether or not it is okay for men behave as gentlemen and women to act and expect to be treated like ladies…. Get into the practice of opening the car door for her—even if she’s driving. Not just for her in specific, but all hers.

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Why Real Women Drink Straight Tequila (in response to my book title)

The question keeps coming up: Why do real women drink straight tequila?

Tequila is an opiate, a party-hearty painkiller for the working class stiff in all of us. Sure, you can pretty it up a bit by drinking the high-end brands or slinging it to and from crystal containers…but in the end, it’s still tequila. Gut-wrenching, mind-numbing, eye-crossing tequila. So, why would a woman, real or otherwise, want to throw a splash of this vile nectar past her luscious lips? Continue reading

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