Behavior: Hazardous Encounters

At 24, Steve had a long record of success. Unusually enterprising, he was already making money at the age of 13 by importing and selling Japanese toys at Christmas time. He had done well in college and also in business, so well that he used to spend $300 for his suits and could quit work and go to California with $25,000 in ready money. While there, he decided to experiment with encounter groups at Esalen and soon became absorbed in the movement full time. He went into the "millionaires' group" where they had parties...

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