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@Anna - I am so glad you had the opportunity to have two conversations with Gerry. He has taught me a lot over the years, and especially working together.

@James - you talk about it in the same terms I would use to describe it.

Awesome post. The story is so important in all of its forms. Again, authentic, clear, not "pushing a sale" but engaging...telling a story...being authentic and open. This is a great and interesting space...

I have to thank you for introducing me to Gerry - what a great guy. He has such a natural style. Storytelling is so prevalent in our lives from birth...from books, to talking with our grandparents...talking with friends. The talent is within us all if we allow it to flourish

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