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December 25, 2013

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Merry Christmas! Glad to hear of your progress. Miss your blog.

It is so good to see a post at Management. I definitely missed your writing.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.

Best,

Tanmay

Who says successful blogging needs to be more than one post per year? I love it! Honestly i'm not sitting around here banging the F5 key in anticipation of your next post. You're busy..I'm busy..we've all got other things to do. But your feeds still in my reader and if you get inspired and write something you care about sometimes and i get some value from that too..Well I'll be very grateful. Have a great Xmas.

When you feel like sharing, please do. No pressure. Thank you for updating us on your year. I really enjoyed you Middle Manager book, and thumb through it often when facing an issue at work. No matter how much or how little you write, please remember that you will always add value. I hope your 2014 will be even better!

Hi Lisa:

Good to hear from you. I always loved the line of how do I know what I think until I see what I write.

I loved 2W2ABT but I often work with somewhat vague intentions and trust the goal will find me. I am not passive but I am not pulled by a goal rather I am compelled towards the future by a vague "something" that desires to express, contribute, live, enjoy, of just attempt.

I have two one year intentions for 2014. Number one is to have a personal recognition revolution where my way of being revolves around expressed recognition for others. The other intention is to attempt a Year of Points: The Gamification of Work and Wellbeing. I want to live/play an authentic game that does not take me away but rather puts me fully into both my work and wellbeing. Reading your post reminded me the 2W2ABT would be a good booster for the start of January.

I need to send you a little book I wrote. I will send you an email to get your address.

I am not sure what you should do or will do but know that on the snowy Canadian prairie there is a guy what who trusts your decisions.

David

Well, this comment might post twice, as I thought I already hit send but I don't see it.... Thanks, all, for the comments. I appreciate your encouragement and that you reinforced a more relaxed way of looking at it.

I hope that you have an excellent 2014; looking forward to reading your posts again.

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