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Shahrooz -- You are very kind. Our conversations are always so filled with interesting bits. It would be neat to work on a project together. I find that we express our best/higher selves when going to work on something we're passionate about.

Joe -- or maybe the edges find/choose me. You are a dear friend, too. We should explore the issue of passion and work. Maybe we can start the conversation here. When asked, I always respond that I LOVE what I do, regardless of where I am. That's probably why I get hugs on my last day at work and not shrugs.

Valeria,

Ever forward my friend! The next company to get you on their team will be incredibly lucky, and smart.

You choose to work on the edges, where remarkability can be found: that is a great story.

My story: why doesn't everyone love what they do for a living? It is one of the driving forces propelling me in organizational development.

Keep up the good work! Continue to inspire us with stories of innovative collaboration, as we're all in this journey of life together :-)

Looking forward to where the next page in your story takes you and the rest of us Valeria! Keep rockin!!

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