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Patrick

I just bought this book and this is a really good book although I just read the first chapter. I hope I can get what I want to learn from this book.
Thanks Bob Sutton.

Chris

This is a MOST ambitious schedule, and I am delighted for you that you will be able to share ideas from the book (and, per the last chapter, also glean new stories and insights from the folks you meet).

HOWEVER, particularly as someone who benefited so much from a stop in Cleveland earlier this year, you really should try to give those in the Midwest a chance to hear you live as well!

christy

happy pub day! that is quite a schedule!

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