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Mark -- what you write dovetails nicely with what put forth in the entry.

Truly successful people think in terms of passion and energy, not ROI. They will notice a heartfelt effort to connect when the effort is made. Thank you for sharing your take.

Years ago, I used to tell people that "time is the currency of the future." Well, the future is now. Everyone makes time for the things (and people) they feel have value.

Those who are always looking for the quid pro quo in their interactions don't stumble into serendipity. Perhaps busy, successful people are too busy and successful to allow for such unstructured, unplanned diversions.

How about a little altruism in our conversations? We might be amazed at what we learn when we stop trying to calculate the ROI.

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