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April 26, 2010


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Leslie Barden

I agree with your lesson John. It is one I've had to re-learn a couple times in my life and it is a valid conclusion. There is only so much human capital and for many of us there is the constant pressure to do more and be worn thin or do less and perform better on fewer things. It's a hard lesson but a real one. Thanks for the reminder.

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