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Just a quick note to you Valeria - thank you for giving me the opportunity to speak to your readers. I'm honored.

And, to you, the reader, thank you for reading what I have to say. We need not agree on everything but we can do more together than we can alone. And, we can do more with less than we think.

Peace,

mp

I too have the feeling modern society and corporate world really wants us to think small, to be conventional. It's easier to control and to sell to a pre-set kind of customers, and the less competition in the leadership world the better.
Reminds me of an article about thinking out of the box by Penelope Trunk I read a few days ago ( http://t.co/iCzgdpN ), by the way.
It's not easy to switch from "conventional" to "extraordinary", but I think it really is just a mind-set, the potential is already there in each of us.

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