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What a gift must that one have been! There are days when I struggle as to why we feel the need to be so buttoned up in business when emotion is such a connective tissue for humans. Three small children, you've got your hands full. I like your motto, Joe. Thank you for stopping by.

Valeria,
Thank you so much for sharing this video and the thoughts on finding quiet time to discover ourselves. I remember watching the Last Lecture video then reading Randy's blog through to the end. My wife gave me his book and as a dad with three small children, it is really hard to read it without becoming extremely introspective. Live life honestly and completely.

Can't wait for the TED 2010 talks!

Thanks for sharing,

Thank you, Lance. I loved how Jim Collins approached his own discovery of what lights him up. He kept a diary where he annotated behaviors he observed about himself. Not a bad idea, as we tend to talk ourselves out of thinking bigger.

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