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Valeria,

Love the idea of this post. Thanks for writing it. Also, thanks for including HubSpot on you list.

How about doing a guest blog post for the HubSpot blog? All guest writers get links :).

Awesome. Just awesome.

Here are some point where I'd chirp in:

"A mind is too beautiful an instrument to engage at less than it's capable of."

Yes - but music without practice is noise .

"I truly have a hard time writing anything that is controversial, too many years in corp America have me automatically look for the middle ground, even when my convictions are elsewhere"

But where is the line between controversial and middle ground? I suspect (and all know) many of things we take as self evident today were once controversial. For me, the middle ground is all to often the wasteland of our regret.

Peter

By the way, I find the whole linking thing to be more tribal than your profound notion of connecting ( to link to your latest entry).

Links look a lot like the way many bloggers mark their extended territory or tribe.

But, as always, happy to be wrong.


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