This is an excerpt from my book, The 10 Second Rule, which I have written about on my blog, The 10 Second Rule. It is called “Dominant Video” because many of the videos that dominate my life are the ones that I use to fuel myself.
I can’t tell you how I use this book. I think it is because I feel that if you don’t use something, you will either lose out on it or you will find out you don’t like it. That being said, there is a certain something about Dominant Video (or at least the way I use it) that I enjoy that makes it very addictive.
So, my friend who is a Dominant Video addict, wrote about his 10 second rule on his blog, The 10 Second Rule. I have to say I think I agree with it 100% it is a great rule.
Dominant Video is a series of video clips that are used to teach a new class. They are short and fast paced, and have a very strong and clear goal of forcing the student to think or act in certain ways. I like this because it is very hard to not put yourself into a certain mood or mindset when watching a Dominant Video.
Dominant Video is still in the beta and I love it. As it turns out, Dominant Video is the first video based system to be implemented in the real world, and it has been used in the military, police, and other applications since 2004. My friend is hoping the video system will be able to be used for a wide variety of situations, but it is important to note that it is not meant for a specific purpose.
Dominant Video is not an application, but an idea that was conceived in 2004. It has been used in the military, police, and other applications since 2004. The idea behind Dominant Video is to use video to control a person’s behavior. When an officer shoots someone, he or she usually has the power to shoot anyone at anytime or even in multiple places.
Dominant Video has not been used in the military or police to control a person’s behavior, but it has been used in prison in various ways. The idea behind Dominant Video is to use video to control a persons behavior. When an officer shoots someone, he or she usually has the power to shoot anyone at anytime or even in multiple places.
In Dominant Video you can control the person’s actions in a variety of ways. The first and most obvious option is by setting a video or audio reminder that the person is in danger or trying to get away. The second option is to set the person a video or audio cue to “do something.” And the third option is to set the person a video or audio reminder to “stay put.
Dominant Video is a video or audio cue that you can set to send a message to the people in the video. The message can be an image, sound, or vibration. If you set a video or audio reminder, you can control the persons behavior from the video or audio. The best example of this is that when you set a Dominant Video to send a message, you can choose to make the person do something at the end.
Dominant Video is basically a video that you can send to a person to make them do something in the video. This is a great way to get them to stop whatever they’re doing. When you set a Dominant Video, you’re setting a reminder to stay inside the Dominant Video, which is a reminder to stay put. This is one of those times where we don’t have to be sneaky.