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You guys have an interesting blog there, too. I'm glad to see you're tackling a variety of topics.

The book launch is actually today. It's been a good learning experience to see how Jonathan has chosen to talk about the book. And it's been fun to participate. He's a friend, so that makes it easier.

Thank you for the kind words. After 1,620 posts here and a couple hundred more in other places, I'm glad I still find useful topics for people.

I didn't know that Jonathan was doing anything like this! Thanks for the alert, Valeria. Even if I don't have time to submit something today, I'm going to write something anyway. And as far as his book goes...I'll be first in line to snag a copy! :)

Your posts are a constant source of inspiration for me as well. I don't know how you do it, but the titles of your posts each day seem to exactly match what I need to feel/read/hear at that moment. So thank you! From this point forward, my fear will be used as fuel instead of as a barrier.

Very well written piece Valeria, makes an interesting read

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