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Posted by Mark Murphy on 20 July, 2016 1 comment
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  • Ewaldo Antonio Buschle Neto - January 12, 2016

    Frequently I read your articles , I translate to my
    Group , explaining that we canot be waiting for the future , because the future is today , and your comments became my tean update wt the business days.
    Every time I repeat :
    How much time you lose,
    More distance will be the future.thks
    Congratulation by your articles.

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