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I love that you 'practice what you preach' with your newsletters. Not only are the newsletters informative, concise and clear, they also are great examples of how to put in practice the principles and ideas you write about. I look forward to many more useful newsletters which help to improve my own communication.
Nicole ThorntonResearch Consultant, Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology, Sydney, 2013
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Just a little notey from sunny South Africa to thank you for your excellent newsletter - especially the aspects about time management. We are Eunete and Simon, two Physics graduates who are planning an Eco-Centre here in the Nelson Mandela Bay (on the Southern tip of Africa) where people can come to learn more about all sorts of green ideas, services and products in a beautiful outdoor setting...Your newsletter was particularly apt for us at this stage since we are currently very busy working on funding proposals...You're doing a great job!
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