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Lewis -- sometimes we just have to go with what works. And relationships do.

Catherine -- These are exciting times. With the use of new media, we can reach farther and collaborate more easily than in the past. I like your explanation of the language of accountability and performance.
In my experience community initiatives and a shared journey have the most impact -- they transform people individually and collectively. Kudos on the idea and best wishes that this project may inspire and energize all participants.

Kudos!

I've started the process of developing a community blog in Belair-Edison, Baltimore, MD and this blog is super helpful.

I'm reaching out to folk I know and asking if they care to participate. One of the "rules" for participating is inviting someone else with a tie to Belair-Edison to blog.

People are getting excited. Research awaits. We have a July 4, 2007 deadline.

Catherine

Valeria,

Relationship building and connection are what we humans need most to live a fruitful and happy life and to build a successful business. What I just wrote is didactic but I haven't found anything in my six decades to prove it wrong.

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