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Why, thank you, Valeria! Two compliments in one evening. :-) I'll be happy for a week!

We must have been typing at the same time; I notice the timestamps are only a couple of minutes apart.

Carolyn Ann

Sorry: that was supposed to be "cleverer comedies". These nails! And that impossibly cute bundle of fur named after the British Admiral: Horatio. :-)

(That's my excuse, and I'm sticking to it! :-) )

Carolyn Ann

SuperCrunchers sounds intriguing. Here's the Amazon URL for those so inclined http://www.amazon.com/Super-Crunchers-Thinking-Numbers-Smart/dp/0553805401

I might indeed check it out! Well, there is the power of intention at work. Marketers certainly spend a lot more time focusing on ways to get people excited about their products and services -- or they should as per job description ;-)

I could not sell something I don't believe in and have had to check my internal compass when selecting a job opportunity.

If you're ever looking for a marketing job, I'd consider you -- the future is for those who get the nuances and can still preserve a healthy dose of skepticism (= require the official version to explain itself). That might be material for another post. Thank you for providing the inspiration.

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