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That's right! And you can meet more likeminded, smart, potential guest bloggers at our next SMC Philly meeting, on Oct 28th @ Fado in Center City;)

Valeria, I was and still am very honored to be in the company of so many impressive bloggers. Thank you again for the opportunity to add my voice and perspective to the mix. I am sure we will be speaking at the same conference, if not on the same panel, at some time in the near future!

Thank you for your kindness and your storytelling.

@Ryan - Thank you for the feedback and for the conversations at your blog and Brazen Careerist. You have an easy style and are very generous with resources and information. I've enjoyed reading your work and learning.

@Michael - I noticed that there was great momentum on the topic and the discussion both here and at your blog and Twitter. I look forward to more collaboration in the future and to our talk together.

@Lauren - you have been a consistent contributor and thought leader and I was glad to be able to help highlight your talent. While so much in life is hardly in our control, who we are in the conversation goes a long way to build connections and long term friendships.

@Karen - you are hardly a newbie ;-) I learn from other professionals here and other places all the time. My best learning is when I make lots of room for highlighting the work of others, and this series of posts was the best gift I could share.

@Christine - I've enjoyed working with you and I am sure there will be more projects for us in the future. Thank you especially for taking the time to participate as you were ramping up in your new job.

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