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Valeria, thanks for making this available. Great wisdom in here. And, welcome back from Amsterdam!

Richard -- thank you for your kind words. My mentor always said -- nothing happens until someone buys something. And it's true. We want to buy, rarely want to be sold. The other piece is communication. It rarely matters where it is happening as long as both parties are there and willing to be engaged.

Mario -- you did a good job at blending a couple of threads in the conversation. And thank you for sharing the resources with readers here.

It looks great!
I hope to continue this conversation on this array of topics as time goes on and I learn something new or see a new perspective.

Merci!

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