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April 22, 2010


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Giulietta the Muse

Hi Anastasia,

Hope all is well! Saw you on my Twitter stream and decided to stop in and say hello. Thanks for this great exercise. Tick-Tock. Makes a lot of sense. How do we get the world to do it as well?

Thanks. Giulietta, Inspirational Rebel


Thanks so much for stopping by, Giulietta! It's great to hear from you. Keep inspiring our inner rebels!

Jason Smith of Sharpen Your Memory

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Danny DeMichele Entrepreneur

I think people relate selfishness as evil, because people are social by nature and we've built our society around the need to interact and rely on others.

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