Do you remember junior high? There were cliques - jocks, bookworms, cool kids and in my case, plenty of Vanilla Ice to get the party started. Another thing I remember learning about in junior high is Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. In 1943, Abraham Maslow developed a theory: a person's fundamental needs such as food, water, safety, and love must be met before he can eventually devote himself to a greater cause - like volunteering for a dunk-tank at a local fundraiser. If a man can’t feed himself, the dunk-tank option isn’t going to be on his to-do list.