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January 27, 2007

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Funnily enough, I recently saw a big corporate's effort to powerpoint "engagement". They'd done a big study and had all the bullet points and diagrams to prove it. It was the least engaging powerpoint I'd ever seen. Which is saying something.

I suspect we're all only a small step away from a deeper conversation with someone, if we're willing to take a risk.

Yes - we are so silly sometimes. I think if we actually thought about it, we'd see the folly in using impersonal means to discuss personal topics.

I wonder why we'd need to study engagement? We study lots of things that are pretty simple and I think we'd be better served by just getting on with it.

These comments have been invaluable to me as is this whole site. I thank you for your comment.

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