Archive for May, 2006

Posted on May 16th, 2006

Visualization is one of the most powerful techniques you can use to achieve success. It is a technique that is used by most of the top achievers in every field, not only to achieve success, but also to solve problems.

Here is a simple four-step visualization technique that you can use to help solve almost any problem:

1. Decide with absolute conviction that a solution to your problem already exists. Your job is to find it.

2. Break the problem down into its component parts. If you prefer, use a separate piece of paper for each segment of your problem or situation, or use your computer as a “dynamic scratch pad” to jot down everything that comes to mind.

Your goal is to define, as completely as possible, everything that you know about each aspect of the problem.

3. Take a “mental walk” around your problem. Imagine hanging it from a hook in the center of the room, then walking slowly around it, viewing it from all sides. To help you consider your problem from many different perspectives, try asking yourself some open-ended, thought provoking questions, such as:

• How is this situation similar to others I’ve faced before?

• How would someone else solve this problem?

• What experts could I call upon to help me solve this problem?

• What are some excellent sources of information on this topic or related areas?

• If this problem involves another person, how does he or she view this situation?

4. Review your notes and brainstorm possible solutions. Just as virtually any object appears to be different from various angles, so will your problem or solution.

This four step process will reveal areas where you need more information, as well as potential solutions to part or all of the problem. As you record your thoughts and insights, patterns will begin to emerge.

Follow every lead as far as you can; don’t reject any idea at this stage, no matter how ridiculous it may seem initially. As Nobel Prize winning chemist Linus Pauling said: “The trick to having great ideas is to come up with a lot of ideas, then throw out the bad ones.”

What this unique exercise does is to get you moving. When you get into action, your perspective changes and solutions that may have been hidden from you are now suddenly obvious. Obstacles, when seen in a new light, are often much smaller than they first appeared.

As with most things in life, barriers that once seemed insurmountable often evaporate when they are subjected to rigorous scrutiny by a determined achiever with a positive mental attitude.

Copyright(c)2006 by Joe Love and JLM & Associates, Inc. All rights reserved worldwide.

Joe Love draws on his 25 years of experience helping both individuals and companies build their businesses, increase profits, and achieve total success. He is the founder and CEO of JLM & Associates, a consulting and training organization, specializing in personal and business development. Through his seminars and lectures, Joe Love addresses thousands of men and women each year, including the executives and staffs of many of America’s largest corporations, on the subjects of leadership, self-esteem, goals, achievement, and success psychology.

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Posted on May 16th, 2006

I am frequently doing research in my job as a Registered Nurse to find the latest findings on topics that I can use in teaching my patients. Patient teaching is a legal requirement for nurses – we take it very seriously as you can imagine.

For this particular search, I was looking for information for personal use. Being a nurse is a difficult job and working in the fast paced, adrenalin rushed area of an ER only makes it more so. I began to feel the day to day effects of stress and wanted to make sure I wasn’t experiencing the beginnings of burnout as many of my colleagues have.

I found many articles and books encouraging us to use techniques for relaxation, taking adequate personal time and eliminating as much of the stressors in our lives as possible. What if the stressors were necessary? What if the relaxation techniques weren’t working? What if everything you attempted to do to relieve the stress were only temporary measures? Feeling calmer for a few hours is better than nothing but I wanted a permanent solution – I found it and I’ll share my method with you here as space permits.

Being the quasi-intellectual that I am I looked for research based findings, information with some substance that I could use in my other profession as well – that of a Personal Coach. What I found is based on psychological theory that has worked for people for over 25 years. It’s not a quick fix as are some of the popular temporary methods the media is pushing, but this has real substance and I feel comfortable and confident in encouraging it.

In the mid-1950’s Dr. Albert Ellis became impatient with the slow progress of his patients and felt that change would come with a difference in the way they thought about themselves. He felt therapy would progress faster if they focused on their personal beliefs. He developed the psychological theory that evolved in the 1990’s to Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy or REBT for short.

This theory is logical to me because it explains human behavior as a combination of effects from biological, psychological and social factors. It also suggests that human emotion and behavior are the result of what people believe about themselves, other people and society. This concept is where stress reduction comes into play.

Wayne Froggat wrote in A Brief Introduction to Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy: “For a person to go beyond feeling better to actually get better – that is, to achieve fundamental and lasting change – involves modifying the underlying core beliefs that create difficulties for them in a range of situations.”

To me that was a bright, yellow-white light bulb and just the answer I was looking for in providing lasting stress relief! The thoughts proposed in this theory are logical, simple and understandable.

Please do notice that one of the adjectives that I didn’t use in the last paragraph to describe this process is “easy”. This is not a quick fix promising an overnight cure. It takes self awareness and practice but I will tell you that I’ve already put the methods to use in my own life and have experienced benefits from it. I’m not merely looking for a quick fix any longer to the issue of stress. I have confidence that my stress level will be reduced permanently through these little known methods.

To keep this brief, I will tell you that this involves changing the way we perceive events around us and changing our thought processes and in effect, changing our reactions to stress.

If you do a search for REBT, you can research this method yourself although you won’t find direct references easily for use in stress management. I will tell you that through experience I have found it useful and if you are looking for a permanent solution, it will work for you as well with practice.

Cathy Gariety is a Registered Nurse and Personal Coach. Her company is Gariety Group Coaching based out of Ann Arbor, Michigan. She is currently developing a stress management program based on the concepts in this article. For more information, email her at or visit her website at You may publish this article in it’s entirety with the signature line intact.

Posted on May 15th, 2006

Have you ever watched children walk along a curb, or along the railway ties lining the local playground? They walk with their arms straight out, placing one foot in front of the other, as they teeter from side-to-side. They have to stay focused in order to keep their balance. As adults, we also need to focus on balance in our lives or we may end up falling off - not off a curb or a railway tie, but off our path in life.

I know what you are thinking: "Who has time to think about balance? I have enough to think about. I have to work, clean the house, do laundry, be a good friend, volunteer at church, parent my children, and find time for my marriage." I understand. However, I would like to encourage you to take a few minutes to read this article - and maybe to reflect on what balance would look like for you.

Personally, I need a little from all areas of my life. It is important for me to exercise and watch what I eat, and it is also important for me to have fun and express my creativity. My career as a life coach is my passion, and I am also passionate about spending time with my family. My church nourishes my spirit; spending time with my husband every day nourishes our marriage.

Finding balance in life is different for everyone. Some of us want to slow life down a little and lighten our load. Others may love the fast-paced lifestyle of the "Energizer Bunny," as they go-go-go. It is important for each of us to think about how we want to spend our lives and about what is most important to us as individuals. If you find yourself driven by circumstances and not exercising your power of choice, you are probably living "out of balance". For instance, how often to you hear yourself say, "I can’t, I have to, or I need to…?" Are you giving up your right to choose? Do you insist on doing things a certain way without ever asking why or looking for a better way?

Balance in our lives enables us to make choices that are right for us - for the right reasons. We learn to say "no" to things we don’t want to do. Or to change our attitude about those things that really must be done. We become willing to look honestly at what is not working in our lives. For some, it may be as simple as handing over household chores to a housekeeper in order to pursue a hobby. Others may find that seeking out a biking partner helps motivate them to exercise. Keeping balance may require saying no to a child’s extracurricular activity to make time for a family night. Trying out new ideas one at a time can help each of us achieve the balance and fulfillment that may be missing from our lives.

It is important to remember that balance is a process and is constantly changing, just as our lives are constantly changing. Balance is not some static goal that we achieve and then move on. We achieve balance in the moment, understanding that in the next moment everything may change.

Look at the balance in your life over time. If life seems smooth and fulfilling, you are probably on the right track. If, however, your road through life seems bumpy and you are often unhappy, making changes to help you move towards greater balance could be the answer for you.

Lori Radun, CEC - certified life coach for moms. To

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Posted on May 15th, 2006

Wouldn’t it be great if we all woke up with a positive attitude, full of enthusiasm to go to work? In most cases, many Americans find their job to be stressful and unfullfilling.

Companies are looking to reduce workplace stress. Employees under stress are less productive and creative as employees who have a grasp on their emotions and deadlines.The following are ways to resuce stress on the job.

Employers should take time to ask employees what would make them more productive at work. Many employees are never given the chance to voice their opinions. Stress is reduced when management spends time listening to employees.

Creativity breaks the monotony of everyday workplace routines. Employers can try a stand-up meeting where everyone remains standing during the staff meeting. Celebrating untraditional holidays such as Ugly Tie Day or Clean off Your Desk Day is another way of easing tension in the office.

Employers should let their staff know they are appreciated. This can be done by simply attaching a personalized letter to an employee’s paycheck. Giving out awards such as a box of candy for the "Good and Plenty Award" to a person who always has lots of good ideas is another way to express gratitude toward employees.

Encourage employees to bring pictures of their pets for a "World’s Cutest pets" bulletin board.

Start staff meetings by asking "What positive thing happened to you last week at work"? The discussion starts the meeting on an upbeat note.

Ask employees to share what produces stress at work. Then of course, brainstorm for solutions. Just the fact that management takes the time to listen makes employees more open to sharing problems and solutions.

Stress is an everyday part of life. With open communication and a few motivational tools, stress can become manageble, enabling employees to be productive and satisfied.

Silvana Clark is a professioanl speaker, presenting keynotes and workshops on Surviving The Workplace Jungle With Humor.She speaks to audiences, (wearing her pith helmet) about the importance of using humor to reduce stress.The author of 10 books, Silvana also sells a novelty PANIC computer key for frustrated computer users.The double-backed, adhesive computer key attaches to any computer keyboard, or any object that causes frustration, and is designed to reduce stress in the workplace. The gag gift is a bright red computer key imprinted with the word "PANIC." Clark believes that the panic button is ideal for bringing a light hearted touch to the office.

Posted on May 14th, 2006

Stress is the manner on how your body react to some changes, may it be internal or external. It is also some elements from the nature which affects an individual. Because of the accumulation of stress in our lives, we usually treat stress negatively. However, stress can be both positive and negative.

Almost 75 percent of the American population experiences stress and suffer the it’s level for every two weeks.

It is also believed that stress contributes to heart diseases, high blood pressure, strokes, and many other diseases. In addition, this affects our immune system, the system that protects us from other serious diseases.

Many circumstances may cause you to be stress. You just have to identify them so you can create steps in order to adapt the situation. These causes are called stressors. They can be physically, emotionally, internal or external produced stressors.

An example of this that can cause stress is your physical condition, like if you are experiencing pain, hot or cold temperature. Stressful environment like poor working condition or foul relationships can also be a cause of stress.

Other factors that may cause stress are the following:

- Uneven noise
- Crowded room
- Loneliness or separation from a partner
- Hunger
- Infection

Now, if stress is the result of the changes that happening in our body then we cannot avoid it. But what can we do? One very important thing is that we should know its symptoms. You will never know you that you are already suffering from it if you do now what are its indications.

Listed below are the symptoms of stress.

Physically you will experience:

- Heart pounding
- Headache
- Sweating and sweaty palms
- Stiff neck
- Indigestion
- Backache
- Skin break out
- Upset stomach such as nausea or diarrhea
- Shortness of breathing
- Sleeplessness/sleeping too much
- Fatigue
- Cold hands

Emotionally you easily:

- Become moody and irritable
- Lose your temper very often
- Feel depressed
- Lack of sense of humor
- Feel nervous
- Feel inferior of what you have
- Worry too much about unimportant matters

And mentally you are:

- Forgetful
- Confused
- Having poor of judgment
- Disorganize
- Unclear perceptions

Knowing that we cannot really avoid stress it is important that we know the symptoms. Now, in order to lessen our stress we should learn how to manage it. Here are some tips in reducing stress.

1. Do yourself a favor and buy something that will give you comfort.

2. Make yourself busy doing more enjoyable activities.

3. Learn to moderate your physical reactions to stress.

4. If necessary, have some nature tripping that will really help you feel more relaxed.

5. After busy working days, treat yourself on a vacation.

6. Take a short break every after meal to relax.

7. Always wear clothes that are comfortable to you whenever possible.

8. Express yourself, avoid being too secretive about what you feel.

9. Eat well-balanced and nutritious meal.

If you feel you are experiencing stress, do not be afraid to follow the above tips. They are not risky; instead, they can help with your condition.

And bear in mind; take care of yourself because you are the only person who will suffer if you abuse yourself from too much stress. Remember stress can be a cause of many life-threatening diseases. So, in order to avoid that, please be gentle with yourself.

Robert Thatcher is a freelance publisher based in Cupertino, California. He publishes articles and reports in various ezines and provides stress prevention resources on

Posted on May 14th, 2006

Tips To Ease Tension

We all know what it feels like to get emotionally mangled by the weight of day to day struggles. Our bosses yell at us, our spouses yell at us - it feels like an endless circle where getting ahead at the office can leave us with so little energy for home that home turns into battlefield that leaves us with no energy for work.

Is mere survival all you can ask of a hassle-filled world ? No. Stress, in fact is not only something you can beat, but a force you can turn into an advantage. You don’t have to run from it, and you don’t need any special stress management. The following tested tips show you how to combat stress - and win.

Work On Your Attitude.

The most important point you can make about stress is that in most cases it’s not what’s out there that’s the problem, its how you react to it. Changing the way you think can change a life of stress and discomfort to a life of challenge and excitement.

Think About Something Else.

Distract yourself - to break the thoughts that are producing your stress, you must think about something else. Anything will do, as long as it breaks the chain of bad thoughts.

Think Positive.

Thinking about a success or a past achievement is excellent when you’re feeling uncertain, remind yourself of all the good things you’ve achieved in the past, and tell yourself that you’re going to do the same in the future.

Take A Mental Vacation

Imagine yourself lying in warm sand on a beach in the Bahamas, a cool wind blowing off the ocean, the surf rolling in quietly in the background. It’s amazing what this can do to help you relax.

Take Deap Breaths

Belly breathing is what some people call it. It’s an old and useful trick for defeating anxiety and nervousness. The basic idea is act calm, be calm. When your experiencing stress, your pulse races and you start breathing very quickly. Forcing yourself to breathe slowly convinces the body that the stress has gone, whether it has or not. The correct way to breathe is abdominally - feeling the stomach expand as you inhale, and collapse as you exhale.


A lot of us respond to stress with muscle tension. Ideally, we’d prefer to eliminate the cause of the stress, but stretching the muscles at least reduces the sensation of stress - the muscles relax, and we feel less tense.

Take A Hot Soak

Hot water works by defeating the stress response. When we’re tense and anxious, blood flow to our extremities is reduced. Hot water restores circulation, convincing the body it’s safe and that it’s ok to relax. Cold water must not be used because it has the opposite effect, and will increase tension. An office alternative might be running hot water over your hands until you feel the tension starting to drain away.


Regular exercise will burn off some of the stress chemicals tension produces, and exercise will tire your musles - a tired muscle is a relaxed muscle.

Listen To Music

Music soothes as perhaps nothing else does. You can use it in two basic ways - to relax or to inspire. New - Age music is very relaxing.

I trust these points will be of benefit to your wellbeing. Thank you for reading my article.

Author John H Moore - please use my link

Posted on May 13th, 2006

I like cheap, the cheaper the better. I use yard sales and thrift shops a lot.

As young parents with little money, we learned to make-do; to get along with what we had. I have completely furnished a two-bedroom house for fifty dollars, and it looked good. My husband painted and re-glued while I cleaned and polished. Authentic old furniture magically appeared to be antiques to friends and family. They eyed it greedily and we glowed.

Our house was always filled with a passel of kids, so nicks and scrapes were common to our furniture. I didn’t stress over them because I knew furniture was replaceable. And cheap. Another bonus is that old furniture was better made than the new, lower-end. I’ve owned both and believe me, low-priced new furniture is pure junk! You’re wasting your money.

As the children grew older and our finances improved, we bought new stuff and it was nice, but we didn’t enjoy it as much. Is that strange? Not to me. Kids can’t romp and play on new furniture. They can’t bring a snack into the living room and enjoy family conversation or games when Mother is worried about stains and scratches. The fun is taken right out of the day when a child is banished to the kitchen. Kids are more important than ‘stuff’ and they give hugs. Mine have good memories of their childhood and I’m glad to say I helped.

Now that we are retired grandparents on Social Security, we’re back to the thrift shops. This time for yard toys. Slides, swings, rocking horses and tricycles - even a Little Tyke playhouse was added to the backyard for five dollars. These are good, top-of-the-line toys that other kids have outgrown. The cost is minimal. The memories the kids will have of visiting their Grandparents will be priceless.

I don’t see the sense of spending hundreds of dollars for toys that will be outgrown or forgotten too soon. I would rather spend as little as possible and do without the stress if something breaks. Wouldn’t you? Of course you would.

If the kids are old enough, they can help clean the new toys, maybe paint a trike for a younger brother or sister - apply some decals. They will develop pride and self-esteem in their artistry, they really will. Do you see those runs in the paint? Dab their length with a bright candy color, or gold. Bring them out to be noticed. They are supposed to be there!

And, in my opinion, anything that aids brothers and sisters to get along and like each other is a huge bonus and stress-reliever for everyone.

esprit’s portfolio can be found at http://www.Writing.Com/authors/storytime She is an author on http://www.Writing.Com/ which is a site for Writers.

Posted on May 13th, 2006


Did you know that 60-90% of all doctor visits are for stress-related illnesses?

Stress is costly in terms of our health, relationships and performance. When you’re affected by too much stress your body wears down and you get sick. I find that highly disorganised people seem to be more susceptible to sickness as they are always under extreme pressure, running from one disaster to another.

Gary’s Story

Gary has a business, employing 7 staff. When he contacted me he was at a point where the stress from his business was so bad, that he would constantly wake up 3 or 4 times a night worried about everything …his cash flow, staff, lack of clients and the affect all this was having on his personal well-being and family life.

By working through exactly what the key issues were, the common denominator was his lack of personal organisation. He didn’t use a diary, had no way of planning and kept everything ‘in his head’. Often his staff were idle because he hadn’t spent time training them. Being a perfectionist he felt it was easier to do things himself.

Gary didn’t exercise and was overweight. He was constantly tired and uptight causing him to be moody and also very negative . His family and his staff would avoid him. He was spiralling downhill quickly but luckily he realised before it was too late, that it was time to get help otherwise he could lose his business, his family and even his life!

Step by step and week by week Gary has got a grip on the stress by using simple ways to reduce the pressure in his life and you can do this too.

7 Practical Tips to Reduce Stress

1. Get Organised
Learn how to manage yourself and your time. This includes how to plan and prioritise. You can do it the slow way by reading books or attending seminars or you can accelerate your results by getting coached.

2. Exercise Regularly
Exercise at least three times a week. Try swimming, running or walking. Your body needs regular activity.

3. Eat Healthily
Feed yourself healthy food and drink 6-8 glasses of water a day and you’ll have heaps more energy.

4.Learn to say ‘No’
Become more discerning about what activities you are prepared to do or participate in. If you’re already overloaded, let people know.

5.Delegate or Outsource
Do what you do best and get rid of the rest. This applies to work and home.

6. Avoid Procrastination
Stop worrying about what may or may not happen if you make a decision, just take action.

The Final Word
I bet you probably knew all this, didn’t you? Well my question is, if you are continually stressed what actions do you take on a regular basis to change your situation? If you’ve got a grip on the stress in your life, …that’s great, if not changes need to be made otherwise too much stress can dramatically impact on all areas of your life.

Have a great week
Lorraine Pirihi

Lorraine Pirihi is Australia’s Personal Productivity Specialist and Leading Life Coach. Her business The Office Organiser specialises in showing small business owners and managers, how to get organised at work so they can have a life! Lorraine is also a dynamic speaker and has produced many products including "How to Survive and Thrive at Work!"

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Posted on May 12th, 2006

Books - new or used? I vote for used - preferably paperbacks.

I’ve always loved to read and have done a lot of it through the years. I’ve had a library card since I was six-years old. I love going to the library and browsing through the shelves. The problem is, now that I have grand-kids visiting, they want to feel and touch everything. Sticky fingers leave marks on my borrowed books and libraries don’t like that. And forget about wiping their hands first, they’re too fast! Kids can shoot in, fall into my lap (and book) and shoot back out quicker than I can blink now-a-days.

Kids like to write, have you noticed? Give them a fat crayon and a coloring book, and watch them go - straight to the wall or the bookshelf. Quick, bring them back to the coloring book. To show them what to do, you color a bit, (“See? Like this.”) and color a bit more. Did you forget how much fun it was? When you look up, the little angel has your borrowed library book splayed out on the floor with a crayon in her chubby fingers and a big smile on her sweet face.

So, I use a couple of bookshops who specialize in used paperbacks. I can buy them cheap, then trade them back for more - two for one. If a few get torn or drenched in red cool-aid, it’s no problem for anyone. I keep them on a small bookshelf, and if little hands happen to tear a page, I don’t stress over it.

Allowing my kids and grand-kids to handle my books freely has given me some wonderful surprise memories. I was going through a box just the other day and found a torn out single page with my son’s name carefully written in his five-year old hand along the top margin. It’s thirty-five years old, and it was a wonderful gift from the past. Priceless!

I’m a big believer in reducing as much stress in life as possible. Not much can be done about it out in the real world; but home is my territory and I try to keep it stress-free for everyone. We all need a sanctuary - even, or perhaps especially, children. So, I keep used paperbacks around the house and good books up high. Remove the stress and enjoy daily life by being a cheapskate. I do.

Esprit is an author on http://www.Writing.Com/ which is a site for Creative Writing.

Posted on May 12th, 2006

In today’s fast paced environment, many people are under a lot of stress. Women are even more susceptible to the strains of everyday life. Some are single mothers that work full time jobs and then come home and care for their baby. They are over worked, underpaid and under extreme stress.

Many women go to their family doctors complaining about headaches, lack of sleep and mood swings. The doctor will calmly explain to them that they have stress problems, and to take a few days off, and then prescribe them a drug to alleviate the symptoms.

While the drugs may work in the short term, it doesn’t treat the root problems. When you stop taking the drug, the stress will still be present. And who has the time to put their feet up and relax, especially if you have a toddler causing mayhem at home?

So what are the alternatives?

Well there are many and we will explore a few of them in this article, but the first thing you have to do is figure out the cause of your stress. Stress can be caused by many things. What is stressful to one person can be joyful for the next. For instance, speaking in public can cause some people a lot of anxiety, but to some it is a joy.

Once you have located the reasons for your stress try to think of ways to alleviate it. Here are some more helpful tricks and tips for managing stress levels without the use of drugs.

Take a Deep Breath: The reason why stress causes headaches in a lot of cases is because when a person is under significant stress they will tend to breath shallowly, or hold their breath without even realizing it. Your muscles then get a lack of oxygen and you cramp up in such places like your neck and abdomen and you get a headache. Sometimes it just makes you feel uptight.

If you feel a headache coming on, or you feel uptight, stop and check your breathing. Take a few minutes to rest and take deep breaths through your nose and out through your mouth.

Talk to People: Being lonely is a terrible thing, and this can cause stress all by itself. Try joining a club or something you enjoy that will connect you to other people. Sometimes just talking and having fun can do wonders for your stress problems.

Regular Exercise: It has been scientifically proven that exercise helps relieve stress. Try joining a gym, or just going for a walk each night. You will boost your energy level making it easier to cope with the stress of daily life.

Managing Time: Nothing causes stress like being late for an appointment. Avoid this unnecessary stress by planning your day. Insure that you have enough time to get to all of your appointments. Maybe invest in a day planner.

Body Break: Your mind and body are one. Make sure that you eat proper nutritious meals, and sleep well at night. Avoid excess sugar and caffeine. These foods will give you a temporary high, but will cause you to crash later. A body that is properly maintained will be better able to cope with stress.

Avoid The Use of Illegal Drugs: Many people turn to alcohol and drugs to relieve their stress. While it may seem that these things are helping with your stress they are really harming you. Not only are they wrecking your body, but they are only a temporary fix. When you wake up in the morning, the problem that you were trying to escape will still be there.

Change Your Surroundings: Make sure that you are as comfortable as possible. If your chair at work is causing your back to hurt, change it. If your bed is causing backache and lack of sleep, change it. Why put your mind and body under stress that can be easily avoided.

Go to Your Happy Place: Try daydreaming for a minute if you feel stressed out. Imagine a sunny beach, or a quiet cottage. Imagine the tastes and sounds. A few minutes of imagined vacation can do wonders for your mental outlook, and relieve stress.

These are just a few techniques that will help you cope with your stress levels. Try concentrating on the positive aspects of your life, and not the negative. Without some stress life would be boring, but too much of anything can kill you.

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