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@RaynaNyc - I'm glad you were able to attend some of the chats, which, as many observed, are more conversation than Q&A. We used the questions to keep the flow going, and as thought starters. There will be another project for me in coming months.

@Elli - I plan to drop by as much as I can. True spirit of inquiry is not taking anything for granted, and I look forward to seeing the chat's next incarnation with excitement.

@Anne - thankfully, Elli is very good about following up with posts and setting up the chat. I tend to be more casual with all that. perhaps my Italian nature, or the fact that I am deeply comfortable with improvisation, for which I am constantly preparing ;) Good to know the material is useful to you.

Thanks Valeria! Although the time difference b/w the northern hemisphere and Downunder meant that the #kaizenblog discussions occurred in the wee hours when I was sleeping - I've always enjoyed reading the transcripts. Thanks for all your work on this and good luck Elli! Am sure #kazienblog will continue to build. Best wishes!

Valeria,

It's been a real pleasure partnering with you on #kaizenblog! Thanks for the strong vote of confidence in taking on the baton as I host the chat. May your travels be interesting! You are always, of course, welcome to drop in and share your wisdom. You will be missed!We will endeavour to explore and not take anything for granted as we deepen our way of doing business and understanding ourselves.

Blessings and may the road rise to meet you!

~Elli

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