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The article you have been posted on the webstie have some influence on the republic of letters. Good job. Go on working and you will achieve much more success.

Read your article! You write very good it! I would like to further exchange with you next! I hope you agree!

yes. think this is a great post because it is also very realistic and it perfectly describes the reporter's or at least the media's current tendency to do whatever it takes to obtain the best content to base their news on.

Bill, there is another snayig that makes your point! Hope is a quality, not a strategy I often draw the similarities between business and personal life in my interim executive practice.It is simply not enough [for a single person] to say I want to be blissfully married to my soul mate by age 45.What matters are WHERE one spends time to meet others, what ACTIVITIES one is doing in engaging conversation, how many DATES one has per month, and oh by the way, how well one has come to understand and experience bliss (for example, reading books and writing journals) and evaluates candidates for soul mate (number of dates over history).

MS / It is difficult conicnve me that even having so many experts and veterens in this industry, we are strugglnig to establish value for CMRP. May be we are too much focused on doing great things for our company or job and did little to overall push our industry and its image. It might be easy to say that x has value or not but eventually it comes down to us who form the industry what have we done to solve this problem? What contributions we have made not only to our company or job but the industry as whole.VA:F [1.9.11_1134]please wait...

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