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June 14, 2007


dana weekley

You're right - after a quick scan of Seth's book, I knew it was a dip and not a dead-end. A little break is helping - taking the pressure off and providing the necessary space for forward movement. Thanks for sticking with me through the process!

Susan - Alkamae Blog

You are welcome. Space is important when we are in a dip. Creating space opens the door for expanded perspective. Expanded perspective then allows us to take a look at our dips from a much less emotionally charged vantage point. You are doing a great job, Dana.

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