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Ok, the Calvin and Hobbes lured me in.. just cannot resist those things. You're right about getting out there; things happen, things get done by those who show up. I'm getting out more locally, but still looking for those right opportunities for me to use my limited time and money in a national meeting. Want to see if I can hit a little of the cross-over audience, something for professional and business development (yes, I have an active fantasy imagination). Nice of you to share the discounts.

glad to hear the energy from the topic and discussions came through in the tweets. In person learning is still ranking pretty high in my mix. That's how I stay up to speed on industry trends and working relationships.

I'll be looking to offer more discounts and opportunities to this community moving forward.

Another great way that you continue to support the community -- thank you for these conference codes. I enjoyed following your tweets from the recent Confab -- maybe it was how I was reading them but your energy and enthusiasm for the subject matter was great (and contagious), and tweets offered valuable insights.

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