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Jan 5, 2021Liked by Richard Nash

I'm excited for this!

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Mar 3, 2022Liked by Richard Nash

Richard, I enjoyed reading this thought provoking letter. Thank you for sharing!

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Thank you! Sorry I won’t be at ALA!

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Jan 6, 2021Liked by Richard Nash

eclectic, multidisciplinary, irreverent and inspirational are some of the words in my email response. Looking forward to more snark and intellect on the deck. Putting the pandemic to good use man...cool

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Jan 5, 2021Liked by Richard Nash

Cheers to this new venture!

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Jan 5, 2021Liked by Richard Nash

Rockstar !!! xxx

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Thanks, Richard. Looking forward to more.

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Wonderful, I'm in and excited to receive your monthly musings and explorations.

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Off to a great start -- I'm looking forward to the next dispatch. A lawyer friend recently said "you wouldn't believe how many mid-career people are desparate to do something new but feel locked into the rut caised by professional specialization and family/lifestyle choices." It feels like this problem fits into the gig economy conversation somehow, but I'm not sure how to express the connection. Maybe it's something you'll explore.

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Yes! Also, I had to look up "prevaricate," (https://yaktack.com/words/prevaricate). Looking forward to the monthly salvo Mr. Nash.

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Love this - cant wait to participate, play along, listen and learn. Curious seeker here - fellow entrepreneur and deep fan of listening and all things sound (oh yea and i coach to...) ML&R, D

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You are all those things, so glad you enjoyed! Looking forward to more!

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Great to read your most recent thoughts, Richard. I'd riff that workers ever more need help learning new knowledge and skills -- starting how to unlearn rote educational methods that don't develop higher order problem solving, whatever one's profession. A good coach poses questions that help people understand that they themselves own responsibility for both calling the on court plays (at times) and executing the shots (at other times) -- and not to rely on others -- especially employers -- to define all. Looking forward to hearing more of your interconnections.

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Agreed with all that! I'm particularly enjoying David Epstein's Range in that particular regard.

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