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  • Challenge
    it s done for me so I try to give back when relevant It could be as easy as connecting them with a colleague or sending a book or digital article relevant to a conversation 5 Play tag Another business card tip Tag business cards when you receive them Immediately jot down tags or notes to help you remember what the business card doesn t tell you such as their interests goals alma mater or a mutual contact among other details Act fast while the light bulbs are coming on in your head and be succinct See Full Story on www entrepreneur com Filed Under Entrepreneurship Tagged With Challenge Entrepreneurship Work How to Get the Best From Virtual Employees 12 May 2014 by Digital Curator Leave a Comment Some days it s a challenge just to manage the people who sit within 10 feet of you let alone someone who is 500 miles away or even on another continent But that s becoming more of an everyday occurrence for managers who must cope with far flung workers who may be in locations that make it nearly impossible to see them in person on a regular basis They must instead rely on Skype email phone calls and even their gut to effectively motivate and engage workers who can often feel isolated and unappreciated in remote locations Kevin Sheridan an expert on managing mobile employees and author of The Virtual Manager says the biggest problem in managing remote workers is trust This is especially true for old school managers who have trust issues with people they cannot see Sheridan says They may think these people are just goofing off But trust issues also can affect how a remote employee feels about a manager For example employees who are in other locations may feel the manager doesn t really appreciate the work they do and the contributions they make They may even feel like they don t get the same kind of recognition or rewards as those who are seen on a daily basis by the boss That sentiment is underscored in a recent American Psychological Association survey that finds nearly one in four workers say they don t trust their employer and only about half believe their employer is open and up front with them Sheridan says that if managers are having difficulty trusting workers they don t see on a regular basis then shame on them because that means they didn t hire the right people in the first place If managers make smart hires then they are willing to let go and let the employees do their jobs without worrying they re playing Ninjas Never Die instead of working See Full Story on quickbase intuit com Filed Under Entrepreneurship Tagged With Challenge Manage People Remote Employees Virtual Employees How to Prioritize Your Big Ideas 30 August 2013 by Digital Curator Leave a Comment Whether you re starting a new company or building a new business within an existing organization the

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  • Entrepreneurship
    an established entrepreneurship hub like San Francisco New York or Boston will improve your chances of long term success Regardless of your position there s no question the choice of where to locate your HQ is an important decision for your startup The nuance these discussions usually fail to address however is that location isn t just about your headquarters Branch offices can play a huge role in facilitating a startup s expansion not only by extending its reach in sales and marketing but by tapping into a larger pool of talent and playing to the unique strengths of a particular city or region Why settle for one location if you can be in more places at once A quick survey of OpenView s portfolio of expansion stage companies shows that about three quarters have more than one office and almost half have more than two And they re starting early with many having first opened their secondary offices in the 30 to 50 employee range While I can t say this is totally representative of technology startups in general I do think geographically distributed footprints are rapidly becoming the norm See Full Story on thenextweb com Filed Under Entrepreneurship Tagged With Branch Debate Rages Entrepreneurship Location Startup The Part of Entrepreneurship No One Wants to Talk About 4 November 2013 by Digital Curator Leave a Comment People tend to glorify the glamor and fame of entrepreneurship We place successful entrepreneurs on a pedestal without thinking twice about what it took for them to get there The truth is no one cares about the blood sweat and tears part of entrepreneurship only the end result Ironically there are countless examples of failure in nearly every success story More recently we got a glimpse of the other side of entrepreneurship from the CEO of Evernote Phil Libin Imagine laying in bed knowing that you have to fire all of your employees and close the doors on your company only to receive an email from a user who also happens to be an investor that would sweep in and save the day Phil s problem was one that many entrepreneurs run into at least once bad timing The Lehman Brother s bankruptcy filing killed Phil s multi million dollar investment opportunity and left him hanging with no money and employees to pay From the ashes of despair rose a serendipitous saving grace at the last minute allowing him to continue on Evernote s journey to success You ll never find a 9 to 5 with that level of emotional turnaround Even in the darkest moments entrepreneurs need to have the tenacity to keep pushing forward with their world changing idea This inherent skill in every entrepreneur comes at a great emotional cost on a personal level that many are afraid to address It s ok to feel the way you do about certain situations While it s really tough to find people who understand you must find at least one trusted person typically another entrepreneur to share your thoughts with The troubled thoughts on your entrepreneurial journey are limitless and will be the cause of many sleepless nights See Full Story on medium com Filed Under Entrepreneurship Tagged With Entrepreneurship Glamor and Fame Glorify Crowdfunding Success in 5 Easy Steps 28 October 2013 by Digital Curator Leave a Comment Crowdfunding isn t easy Some projects fail because there isn t a place in the market Other campaigns fail because they aren t far enough along in product development to convince people to jump onboard And some fail simply because they don t have enough planning or strategy in place before they launch Here are our top 5 recommendations for crowdfunding success 1 Clearly define your product and your goals Many people have amazing ideas but go into crowdfunding without fully defining their goals ahead of time Are you building a single product a group of products a company or is this just a fun side project You will be in a better position to open up and present yourself to the crowd if you know and can articulate your goals Spend the time to develop your brand or craft your bio prior to launch so you re not scrambling to figure it out when you open yourself up to the eyes of the internet 2 Tell a story about what you can do for others People care much more about themselves than they do about your idea This means that simply telling people about the amazing product you re building won t lead to a successful campaign You need to create a story around your product This story should weave itself through your video your project description your images your updates everything Your focus needs to be on how your product can fit into someone s life in a meaningful way Resist the tendency to lead with tech specs and feature lists Make it about people not about you or your product 3 Spend money to make money Yes your goal is to raise money However there are ingredients so critical to a successful crowdfunding campaign that they justify throwing down some cash for A powerful video is crucial We hired a professional director to film our video but with some money and planning you can also make a pro video on your own Spending money for PR assistance can also pay off You want your campaign to hit the ground running so having a PR expert help you line up and manage media coverage and interviews prior to launch can make all the difference Brand development copywriting and social media management might also be worth the investment depending on the scope of your project 4 Show your supporters you appreciate them Find ways to make your supporters feel loved and important Answer each comment or question as quickly as possible Be honest and give people straight answers to difficult enquiries Even if the crowdfunding site doesn t provide the option if

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  • Work
    my posts barely reaching anybody else For months and months this was my life And although my reach grew it never extended past my friends or the occasional Reddit forum So I packed it in I got flustered shut up shop and walked away I wasn t successful so I gave it up Then one day I sat down to have a coffee with my mentor and poured my heart out I explained how unfair it was why I should have been successful and that it was a complete waste of time Sitting back in his chair he sipped his coffee and asked me James what does success even look like I was stuck I couldn t think about what it was I wanted I just knew I wanted something I sat there in silence the cogs ticking in the back of my head waiting for something to pop up The reason I d failed was because I had no idea what success was I hadn t decided how many readers I wanted what my market was how many hours I would be working And that was a key lesson to learn In order to achieve success you must define it You re probably thinking Well duh right now And when you realise it it s so simple to understand But the reason a lot of us fail and we don t achieve success is simply this We don t know what success is we just know we want it So with that in mind I worked hard on what success looked like for me What I wanted to achieve how I wanted to do it and why it was important to me It lead me to complete my first book start my freelance writing career and rekindle my love for blogging Now it s time for you to do the same To truly understand what success is to you and how to make it drive you forward All you need is somewhere to write your thoughts and 10 minutes of your time 5 Steps To Defining Your Own Success Step 1 Ask Yourself The Question What does success look like Write down whatever springs to mind Think about what success actually looks like for you It can be as big and bold as you like or if you can t think of an answer leave it blank We ll be coming back to this later Done Good Step 2 Forget What Other People Think This step is the most crucial Did your parents ever used to make you measure your growth on a doorframe next to your siblings to see how much you d grown and mark it off each month against each other With the biggest sibling always rubbing in the fact they had that third of an inch of height over you That s how most of us view success That we re being measured against each other and that someone with slightly more success is further ahead than we are or that they re better than us in some way The truth Other people s success doesn t matter Success to them is not success to you and the other way around It is not measured in money sports cars or bragging rights it s measured purely against what you want Forget what other people want or other people s successes for a second and remember the question what does success look like to you Is it having more time with kids Getting a promotion Owning a new car Moving house Having the money to redecorate the bathroom Having the freedom to travel whenever you want Being able to play Golf on a Wednesday morning You can only define it against your life and what suits you If it s money and fast cars feel free to measure it in that But make sure it s something that you wholeheartedly want It ll keep you from quitting when times get hard Step 3 Get Specific In this step I really want you to get in to depth with what it is you want You ve decided what success looks like to you now begin to create the scene in your head I ll use spending more time with your kids as an example What days would you spend with your kids Would it be a whole day an afternoon or a few days What would you do Where would you go Would the days be sunny or rainy Would your partner be there or just you on your own Do you need a certain amount of money And so on and so forth The more specific you make it in your mind the more attached to it you become It becomes real focused and a part of your life When times get tough you just picture yourself pushing you kids on the swings or whatever your success looks like and it keeps you moving forward People fail at diets and workout plans because they don t know how they want to look at the other end They want to be lighter fitter and healthier of course But those terms mean nothing to you if they aren t tangible Fitting in to a size 32 Jean is more achievable than dropping weight off your waist See Full Story on addicted2success com Filed Under Career Progression Dating Entrepreneurship Tagged With Self development Steps Success Work 27 Tips for Mastering Anything 10 June 2014 by Digital Curator Leave a Comment What does it take to become a master at your craft Is genius innate or can it be learned In his book Mastery Robert Greene draws from the latest research interviews modern masters and examines the lives of former greats like Albert Einstein Leonardo da Vinci and Mozart to discover what it takes to achieve excellence He argues that success is within anyone s reach if they have discipline patience and follow a number of important steps With permission from Greene we ve excerpted the following tips for mastering anything from his book 1 Find your life s task Many people have an intense feeling about what they re best at Too often they re driven away from it by other people The first step is to trust yourself and aim your career path at what s unique about you Leonardo da Vinci didn t come into his own as an artist alone but when he followed his childhood curiosity about everything he became an advisor and expert in subjects from architecture to anatomy for his patrons 2 Rather than compete in a crowded field find a niche where you can dominate Legendary neuroscientist V S Ramachandran was at once a restless and dissatisfied professor of psychology What was supposed to be a calling felt like a job When he began the study of phantom limbs and anomalous brain disorders he found questions about the brain and consciousness that fascinate him to this day Find your perfect niche and stand out 3 Rebel against the wrong path and use that anger as motivation Mozart was a child prodigy on the piano At a very young age his domineering father toured Europe with him When he discovered a talent for unique composition his father suppressed it It wasn t until he rejected his father entirely that he became a master We are often attracted to the wrong things whether it be money fame or approval 4 Love your subject at a very basic level The things that transfixed you as a child that you found most exciting was not a passing fancy but a message about what you re supposed to do For Marie Curie it was wandering into her father s laboratory and being fascinated by his instruments 5 Find the ideal apprenticeship Charles Darwin was a mediocre student He scraped by in school more interested in specimens than classes When the chance to join an expedition to the Americas came he almost didn t go What he saw on that boat lead to his life s work and one of the most influential theories of all time We are often raised as dependents then given over to teachers It s experience and exploration that can transform us and lead to mastery 6 Engage in deep observation practice incessantly and experiment Deep observation You don t need to impress people You need to watch them By learning the rules you can dominate Practice practice practice Our brains are set up to master skills By repeating one thing over and over again neurons are recruited hardwired and mirrored That s one of the reasons you never forget how to ride a bike Experiment You don t know if you re a master until you test it Do it before you re ready so you actually learn 7 Value learning over money so you re not a slave to everyone s opinion Instead of a more lucrative time consuming commercial job Martha Graham took a poorly paying teaching job that allowed her time to train and develop the innovations in dance that made her as revolutionary as Picasso was for painting Training learning and mentorship don t come from the highest paying highest pressure jobs Those lead you down a conservative path of pleasing others 8 Revert to a feeling of inferiority in order to truly learn Daniel Everett a gifted linguist was failing to learn the language of the Paraha tribe in the Amazon which stumped researchers for years He failed because he approached it as a linguist and Christian missionary from a position of superiority He didn t master the language until he learned it like one of the Paraha s children dependent on the tribe and subject to the same restraints inferiority and need for support that they were Entering a new place or path you need to learn as much as possible as quickly as possible Lingering prejudices and feelings of superiority hamper that 9 Engage in intense practice and lean toward resistance and pain Hall of Famer Bill Bradley was suited for basketball only in height He was slow couldn t jump and had no feel for the game He practiced three or more hours after school on weekends put weights in his shoes and taped cardboard to the bottom of his glasses so he could dribble without seeing the ball That was just the beginning of his regimen Intense practice with resistance can be twice as effective as what s easy 10 Rely on trial and error more than anything Paul Graham was always fascinated by computers He eventually found that he learned by tackling problems failing and trying again not by being taught That experience eventually lead to the creation of YCombinator which gives entrepreneurs the support to do what he did Now apprenticeships are less likely to be formal You have to make your own based on your unique style of learning See Full Story on entrepreneur com Filed Under Career Progression Entrepreneurship Tagged With Career Craft Development Entrepreneur Entrepreneurship Improvement Master Mastery Self development Self improvement Work Business Is a Social Game 6 June 2014 by Digital Curator Leave a Comment If you want to be an effective entrepreneur I d say you should have at least 10 good friends who are already successful entrepreneurs If that sounds like a lot to you I d say that something is very wrong with your mindset Few entrepreneurs succeed in isolation Business is a social game I d estimate that about half of the money I ve made in business and in my life overall actually came from other businesses The other half would be directly from consumers That includes my computer games business For my personal development business a lot more of my revenue has come from other businesses While I like selling direct to customers such as by selling tickets to my workshops I d need a lot of individual customers to match what one good business deal can do How many individual customers would do more than 1 million worth of business with my company even in a lifetime I d imagine not many Yet I ve done more than 1M of business with a few different business partners over the years and I ve done many other deals that have generated revenue in the 100K 1M range Am I saying you can t go it alone No You could do that But the odds of success as a strict solopreneur who only deals with individuals are stacked against you Doing Business With Friends Where do you find good business deals Through networking I hate that word though since it sounds too cold A better term is friendship Business deals happen through friendship At least that s how it plays out with me I meet another entrepreneur We get to talking and realize we have compatible business models attitudes and values We realize that in some particular area our businesses could mutually support each other We discuss possibilities We settle on a deal that seems win win win They win I win The customers win We do the deal Value flows Money flows If the deal works and everyone does their part honestly and honorably and if the deal adds value and generates positive results it strengthens the friendship too Try doing a million dollars worth of business with someone and see how friendly you become More business will likely result Why Coaches Are Often Broke I know dozens of life coaches Most of them are broke Why They aren t getting enough paid clients Why not Because they don t have time to do quality coaching AND effective marketing simultaneously I also know coaches who have endless streams of new clients Why They partner with other friends in business who have lots of people who d love coaching if they could only get a referral to a qualified coach That s an easy win win win situation This is an overgeneralization to be sure but it s not too much of a stretch to say that the broke coaches try to do everything themselves whereas the prosperous coaches invite and allow other partners to help them succeed Social Support in Business It s good to have friends you can turn to for help not just for advice but for doing some actual income generating business together When I use the term social support in my articles I don t just mean Facebook friends that verbally encourage you That kind of support isn t particularly valuable unless you re suffering from low self esteem and need constant validation I m talking about having friends with whom you can do mutually beneficial exchanges that generate real income If someone is supporting your business it means they re helping you generate business How many of your friends have sent real business your way How many of your friends are your paying customers I could probably list at least 50 entrepreneurs I know that I could call on the phone propose a business deal and within an hour we ll have a tentative agreement to do something that generates at least 50K in extra revenue for someone Individual consumers normally don t care about this B2B side of my business The vast majority of them just enjoy my free content Some of them wonder how I actually make money since I hardly have anything to sell to them They don t know that most of my income comes not from individuals or from visitors to my website but from other businesses What s an example of a deal I ve done with another business One simple example would be my book deal with Hay House I receive ongoing royalties as well as a share of licensing fees whenever they get the book published in another language It s been 5 1 2 years since my book came out and this deal still generates ongoing income for my business as well as for Hay House This was one of the smaller deals See Full Story on stevepavlina com Filed Under Entrepreneurship Tagged With Business Entrepreneur Friends Money Social Work 5 Personality Types That Get Promotions at Work 6 May 2014 by Digital Curator Leave a Comment When it comes to making decisions about whom to hire and promote skills and prior work history are only part of the equation As many employers know a candidate s attitude and personality traits play a huge role in how well that person can perform in the workplace An overwhelming amount of data supports the claim that personality predicts job performance better than any other known evaluation method including interviews and IQ tests said Robert Hogan a psychologist and president of personality test provider Hogan Assessments Personality should be a major factor used to make personnel decisions Carl Persing research and solutions adviser at strategy consultancy and survey provider Metrus Group agreed noting that people s personalities tend to motivate and guide them in their careers 10 Personality Traits Employers Want Personality traits make you seek out certain jobs and affect how you fit in Persing told Business News Daily When hiring managers are filling entry level positions they frequently screen for basic traits like reliability and organization skills to make sure the candidate will be motivated to do the job But when it comes time to promote those employees personality becomes an even more important factor said Eric Heggestad an industrial and organizational psychologist and a professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte For promotions you look a lot deeper at things like charisma and the ability to motivate people Heggestad said It matters more at the higher level as the span of control increases Based on these experts research data and experience here are five personality types that are most likely to earn a promotion The people person Clients colleagues and bosses all like this

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  • Five tips for career growth
    growth Improve skills and knowledge Instead of hunkering down in your current state take specific actions to improve your skills Look for opportunities for training Read books Read blogs Make an effort to learn new skills and practice them as much as you can in your current job Remember these words from Eric Hoffer In a time of drastic change it is the learners who inherit the future The learned usually find themselves equipped to live in a world that no longer exists Develop trust People naturally want to surround themselves with people they trust Developing trust takes time and consistent effort Trust goes two ways you need to behave in such a way that people will trust you will do what you say And equally important you need to trust others Help others One of the keys to growth is helping others When you make the effort to assist someone else to become better at what they do you become better yourself Believe in yourself As your skills increase you gain more experience and a clearer understanding your significance to your organization Believing in yourself your skills and your ability to succeed without becoming arrogant is a good thing And never forget the people who have helped you along the way Work yourself out of the job This one may not make sense on its face but the idea is to work effectively and close the loop on what you are doing Think in terms of projects plan what you are going to do work at it and when it s finished move on to the next project Work effectively and make it so that anyone could step in and take over As you do that you will automatically make yourself more valuable to your company and they will

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  • Believe
    help accelerate your career growth Improve skills and knowledge Instead of hunkering down in your current state take specific actions to improve your skills Look for opportunities for training Read books Read blogs Make an effort to learn new skills and practice them as much as you can in your current job Remember these words from Eric Hoffer In a time of drastic change it is the learners who inherit the future The learned usually find themselves equipped to live in a world that no longer exists Develop trust People naturally want to surround themselves with people they trust Developing trust takes time and consistent effort Trust goes two ways you need to behave in such a way that people will trust you will do what you say And equally important you need to trust others Help others One of the keys to growth is helping others When you make the effort to assist someone else to become better at what they do you become better yourself Believe in yourself As your skills increase you gain more experience and a clearer understanding your significance to your organization Believing in yourself your skills and your ability to succeed without becoming arrogant is a good thing And never forget the people who have helped you along the way Work yourself out of the job This one may not make sense on its face but the idea is to work effectively and close the loop on what you are doing Think in terms of projects plan what you are going to do work at it and when it s finished move on to the next project Work effectively and make it so that anyone could step in and take over As you do that you will automatically make yourself more valuable to your

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  • Career Growth
    help accelerate your career growth Improve skills and knowledge Instead of hunkering down in your current state take specific actions to improve your skills Look for opportunities for training Read books Read blogs Make an effort to learn new skills and practice them as much as you can in your current job Remember these words from Eric Hoffer In a time of drastic change it is the learners who inherit the future The learned usually find themselves equipped to live in a world that no longer exists Develop trust People naturally want to surround themselves with people they trust Developing trust takes time and consistent effort Trust goes two ways you need to behave in such a way that people will trust you will do what you say And equally important you need to trust others Help others One of the keys to growth is helping others When you make the effort to assist someone else to become better at what they do you become better yourself Believe in yourself As your skills increase you gain more experience and a clearer understanding your significance to your organization Believing in yourself your skills and your ability to succeed without becoming arrogant is a good thing And never forget the people who have helped you along the way Work yourself out of the job This one may not make sense on its face but the idea is to work effectively and close the loop on what you are doing Think in terms of projects plan what you are going to do work at it and when it s finished move on to the next project Work effectively and make it so that anyone could step in and take over As you do that you will automatically make yourself more valuable to your

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  • Help
    help accelerate your career growth Improve skills and knowledge Instead of hunkering down in your current state take specific actions to improve your skills Look for opportunities for training Read books Read blogs Make an effort to learn new skills and practice them as much as you can in your current job Remember these words from Eric Hoffer In a time of drastic change it is the learners who inherit the future The learned usually find themselves equipped to live in a world that no longer exists Develop trust People naturally want to surround themselves with people they trust Developing trust takes time and consistent effort Trust goes two ways you need to behave in such a way that people will trust you will do what you say And equally important you need to trust others Help others One of the keys to growth is helping others When you make the effort to assist someone else to become better at what they do you become better yourself Believe in yourself As your skills increase you gain more experience and a clearer understanding your significance to your organization Believing in yourself your skills and your ability to succeed without becoming arrogant is a good thing And never forget the people who have helped you along the way Work yourself out of the job This one may not make sense on its face but the idea is to work effectively and close the loop on what you are doing Think in terms of projects plan what you are going to do work at it and when it s finished move on to the next project Work effectively and make it so that anyone could step in and take over As you do that you will automatically make yourself more valuable to your

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  • Knowledge
    keep virtual teams from reaching their goals fall in three buckets 1 Setting ground rules for managing virtual communications 2 Aligning personal and professional goals 3 Strengthening relationships to enable the candor required for true collaboration See Full Story on blogs hbr org Filed Under Entrepreneurship Reviews Tagged With Connections Knowledge Respondents Unite Survey Virtual Teams Getting the Right Adviser Can Speed Up Your Success 5 February 2014 by Digital Curator Leave a Comment Most people in business want to achieve success But let s face it It s not easy and though many business people have intelligence and talent few have all the knowledge and understanding to make the right decisions without outside guidance and advice As a consultant and mentor to many I have learned that many people choose advisers on the basis of style over substance They focus on personality fit or whether they are friendly Not all great advisers are warm and fuzzy Though these factors may make it easier for you to be open to someone s guidance they are less important than the actual value the adviser can bring to your journey There is no need to subject yourself to unnecessary abuse but often the truth hurts and the best guidance can seem harsh even when delivered in a constructive manner Ultimately the value of guidance you receive is your responsibility and you will only get the adviser you truly want and deserve It helps to know however the options Below are three key types of guidance and some questions you can ask yourself to gauge if an adviser you are considering is worthy of continued engagement The best advisers of course provide all three 1 Supportive Guidance This is the most common form of guidance Supportive advisers are much needed cheerleaders They are encouraging and help give you the strength to move forward and take action They make you feel better when times are tough and help with morale This guidance is necessary in the early stages of the journey and establishes a foundation of security and self confidence Eventually however at high levels of accomplishment this guidance becomes less valuable At a certain point you become your own best cheerleader and have a strong sense of self worth that drives you forward Additionally advisers at this level do not need to be highly invested in your success so the value is limited in scope You ll be craving something more practical than Atta girl or Atta boy Here are important questions to evaluate the supportive adviser Is the adviser truly familiar with you and your needs Does the adviser listen actively and show understanding of the objectives Is the adviser authentic and specific in communicating encouragement See Full Story on www inc com Filed Under Entrepreneurship Tagged With Achieve Success Adviser Business Intelligence Knowledge Success 4 Tests to Fail Proof Your Business Idea 6 September 2013 by Digital Curator Leave a Comment The knowledge you gain from testing your idea will help

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