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8:45 pm
July 24, 2012


StartHere

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Hello to Tom and the community.

 

I'm so glad to see that there is a community of people who were affected by the film and are here posting.  It was a beautiful and inspiring movie.  Some of the authors whom I found most influential on my own journey were present in the film, specifically Daniel Quinn and Thom Hartmann (and of course, Zinn and Chomsky for that matter.)  I really enjoyed seeing all those great minds together in one project – especially one with such good intentions.

I wanted to make everyone here aware of another project, in which you all are invited to participate.  It is titled "Start Here" and can be found online at http://startherefreebook.blogspot.com

"Start Here" is a collaborative effort to write and rewrite a book, and for that reason, no author's
name is attached to the writing.  In addition, every precaution is
being taken to keep this project's motivations pure and egoless.  No
money will EVER be involved and the book will NEVER be sold in any
form. 

In general, "Start
Here" covers issues such as the ego, inner peace, positive
attitudes and coping with an unsustainable culture gone mad.  The ideas and topics dovetail nicely with ones covered in the film "I Am."

Its main purpose is to stimulate discussion and to encourage people to
make positive choices in their daily lives in regards to themselves and
the people around them.

 

I'd hope you'd check out the webpage, download the free book if you want, and contact us directly at StartHere@gmx.com if you want to know more details of how to be involved with this or other ongoing collective projects.

10:21 am
July 18, 2012


gh_rancher

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Saw I AM for the 1st time last night. Fascinating. It links directly to the recently relased (July 4, 2012) contemporary fantasy novel – Ranching the Galaxy ( http://www.marketwire.com/pres…..676142.htm for Press Release ).  Hopefully, America will wake up to the lack of love and light that remains after so many have been sucked into the obsessions of conspicous consumption.  We are being watched by our creator from Zone Eleven and it is not a pretty picture. We are currently looking for a director/producer with the vision and skills of Tom Shadyac to create a movie from the book.

3:57 pm
July 8, 2012


Herbj

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MommaJoyce,  Your post inspired me to think how I may give in small ways day by day.

Here is a local project my wife and I are working on in the spirit of I AM.   Herb      

We have the money economy and also the non money economy (friends, family and neighbors giving, sharing helping) both at the same time. I think most of us are stuck with the present money economy and it can be challenging to change to a new way. My wife and I are trying a project in Blacksburg, Va. It promotes  the non money economy (but also includes the money economy) for greater abundance of all types for people in a local area. Accessing collective knowlege for benefit great and small. The medium is mutual respect and festivity.  www.ConviviumNRV.com   Herb

 

 

MommaJoyce said:

Tom

I viewed the movie………. I AM. In my lifetime, I am age 60, now,I began life in an abusive background, my mother and sister having mental illness. My dad was my hero and my buddy. I initially grew up without the benefit, of ………LOVE. As I grew older, the journey to research Love and how to obtain it, was answered by my GIVING IT…….I thought. I spent a majority of my adult life, GIVING my LOVE , and all the components of it,compassion, forgiveness, and human kindness, to all whom I met. The elderly, the physically and mentally challenged, homeless, Veterans, etc. One person at a time. I gave, and gave, for the past 30 years this love, this passion to serve and try and make a positive difference in this world, I suppose you might deem me quite successful.Each time , I shared an embrace, or some food, or a jacket to someone who was cold, or an ear to listen,etc. I felt love grow, so it is it never ceased growing, as when you love unconditionally as I am learning to do, daily, dying to self daily, it means I can give until my time on earth is finished here. This is the passion and driving force, that each breath I take, I can make a difference even if one person at a time.

 

Lately, I do not watch much of the news on TV anymore, it bring sadness to me, when I see perhaps ,the scales tipping towards the negative. It almost makes me feel as if what I have accomplished has become futile? I have yet to experience, myself the beauty of BEING loved the way I love others, by someone else, so it is,, that driving force of lack, in my life, helps me fine tune the Love within me that grows, to share with countless others, hoping someday I will meet just one person, who can love and knows how to love as God Himself has taught me to love others….I do love myself, not in a conceited way mind you, but in a way, that is healthy…  :) Yet, I do wonder before my life is finished here if Love will elude me ,or will I experience it? Only time will tell I suppose.Your Documentary, has helped me to realize to keep on doing what I am doing…Giving Love, sharing my heart and time, sharing donations when they come in of food and clothing to all whom I meet, giving free rides to the grocery store and doctors offices for the elderly and disabled…Offering hope to a seemingly hopeless world.

 

Tom, should you read this, or ever have some time, I would enjoy meeting you.(((hug))) J

 

Love Momma Joyce


MommaJoyce said:

Tom

I viewed the movie………. I AM. In my lifetime, I am age 60, now,I began life in an abusive background, my mother and sister having mental illness. My dad was my hero and my buddy. I initially grew up without the benefit, of ………LOVE. As I grew older, the journey to research Love and how to obtain it, was answered by my GIVING IT…….I thought. I spent a majority of my adult life, GIVING my LOVE , and all the components of it,compassion, forgiveness, and human kindness, to all whom I met. The elderly, the physically and mentally challenged, homeless, Veterans, etc. One person at a time. I gave, and gave, for the past 30 years this love, this passion to serve and try and make a positive difference in this world, I suppose you might deem me quite successful.Each time , I shared an embrace, or some food, or a jacket to someone who was cold, or an ear to listen,etc. I felt love grow, so it is it never ceased growing, as when you love unconditionally as I am learning to do, daily, dying to self daily, it means I can give until my time on earth is finished here. This is the passion and driving force, that each breath I take, I can make a difference even if one person at a time.

 

Lately, I do not watch much of the news on TV anymore, it bring sadness to me, when I see perhaps ,the scales tipping towards the negative. It almost makes me feel as if what I have accomplished has become futile? I have yet to experience, myself the beauty of BEING loved the way I love others, by someone else, so it is,, that driving force of lack, in my life, helps me fine tune the Love within me that grows, to share with countless others, hoping someday I will meet just one person, who can love and knows how to love as God Himself has taught me to love others….I do love myself, not in a conceited way mind you, but in a way, that is healthy…  :) Yet, I do wonder before my life is finished here if Love will elude me ,or will I experience it? Only time will tell I suppose.Your Documentary, has helped me to realize to keep on doing what I am doing…Giving Love, sharing my heart and time, sharing donations when they come in of food and clothing to all whom I meet, giving free rides to the grocery store and doctors offices for the elderly and disabled…Offering hope to a seemingly hopeless world.

 

Tom, should you read this, or ever have some time, I would enjoy meeting you.(((hug))) J

 

Love Momma Joyce


MommaJoyce said:

Tom

I viewed the movie………. I AM. In my lifetime, I am age 60, now,I began life in an abusive background, my mother and sister having mental illness. My dad was my hero and my buddy. I initially grew up without the benefit, of ………LOVE. As I grew older, the journey to research Love and how to obtain it, was answered by my GIVING IT…….I thought. I spent a majority of my adult life, GIVING my LOVE , and all the components of it,compassion, forgiveness, and human kindness, to all whom I met. The elderly, the physically and mentally challenged, homeless, Veterans, etc. One person at a time. I gave, and gave, for the past 30 years this love, this passion to serve and try and make a positive difference in this world, I suppose you might deem me quite successful.Each time , I shared an embrace, or some food, or a jacket to someone who was cold, or an ear to listen,etc. I felt love grow, so it is it never ceased growing, as when you love unconditionally as I am learning to do, daily, dying to self daily, it means I can give until my time on earth is finished here. This is the passion and driving force, that each breath I take, I can make a difference even if one person at a time.

 

Lately, I do not watch much of the news on TV anymore, it bring sadness to me, when I see perhaps ,the scales tipping towards the negative. It almost makes me feel as if what I have accomplished has become futile? I have yet to experience, myself the beauty of BEING loved the way I love others, by someone else, so it is,, that driving force of lack, in my life, helps me fine tune the Love within me that grows, to share with countless others, hoping someday I will meet just one person, who can love and knows how to love as God Himself has taught me to love others….I do love myself, not in a conceited way mind you, but in a way, that is healthy…  :) Yet, I do wonder before my life is finished here if Love will elude me ,or will I experience it? Only time will tell I suppose.Your Documentary, has helped me to realize to keep on doing what I am doing…Giving Love, sharing my heart and time, sharing donations when they come in of food and clothing to all whom I meet, giving free rides to the grocery store and doctors offices for the elderly and disabled…Offering hope to a seemingly hopeless world.

 

Tom, should you read this, or ever have some time, I would enjoy meeting you.(((hug))) J

 

Love Momma Joyce


1:56 pm
July 8, 2012


Donna Brown

Guest

It's difficult to put into words how deeply this film affected me. I started this day out with a migraine and in a foul mood (migraines tend to have that effect…). After viewing this film (and I confess, a little medication), I am thoroughly REVIVED! May I ask, what is Tom doing now? What will he do next in furthering this message? Whatever it is, I want to be a part of it! And yes, I signed up for the newsletter!

11:45 pm
July 7, 2012


George F. Drake

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posts 2

At age 82 I had an enormous amount of memories of life experiences in many countries that came to the fore on seeing "I am".   Let me share two with you.

============================

At
a meeting of some of the poorest citizens of the city of Manizales,
Colombia, perched 7,000 ft. above sea level, high in the Andes I noticed
a woman trying to read a newspaper. I say 'trying' because she was
holding it up side down and only on seeing a photograph did she turn it
around. I asked her for permission to visit her residence as I was
studying how folks such as she lived. "Oh, mister, my dwelling is very
humble. I don't think you would be interested in visiting me." "On the
contrary," I responded, "I want to visit persons in all social
situations." She gave me the number of her house in Barrio Galan and
suggested that I call at 2 p.m. the next day. The health department
numbers all shacks in these slum neighborhoods.

The next day at 2 p.m. I
knocked at the door frame of the indicated shack. Looking inside the
open door I noticed a large bed frame. One family lived above the bed
frame and another lived underneath it. The dwelling was less than three
meters by four meters in size. I informed the occupant that I was
looking for Sra. Fulana de tal (Mrs. so and so). I was informed that she
lived "en los bajos." (in the basement.) The shack was built on a steep
hillside so I went around back and looked into a small space cut under
the floor boards of the shack above. Every time some one walked in the
unit above dirt would fall down on the residents of this poor space. A
single light bulb of about 20 watts illuminated the darkness even though
it was two in the afternoon. The electricity was stolen as someone had
tapped into the city power line.
The woman I had met the evening
before was there and apologized for her humble circumstances. With her
was her husband, lying on a litter in the limited space that they
occupied. I was informed that he had a broken back and could not work.
An infant was crying. The woman gave the baby a bottle that had colored
water in it. I inquired what she was feeding the baby and was informed
that she had put a bit of panella (sugar from sugar cane) in the water
as that was all that she had to feed the child. She explained that they
had another child about 10 years old who was mentally retarded but one
day he went out and never came back. She thinks he was probably
kidnapped to work on a farm as slave labor. But she has never heard of
him again.
To begin the interview I asked
her where she had come from before she lived in this barrio and was told
that she and her family had fled from the countryside as the violence
there threatened their lives. [this was the time of the civil war called
"La Violencia en Colombia."] I followed up this question by asking "How
do you like living in this barrio?" and I will never forget her
response. "God has given us such wonderful neighbors, we are blessed.
When we arrived a neighbor nearby came with a small cup of soup to
welcome us to the neighborhood. Yesterday another neighbor brought us
several bananas. We truly feel lucky and count our blessings to live in
such a wonderful neighborhood."

Ah, yes, let us count our blessings.

During this time my wife
and I were living with our two sons in a three bedroom house in a nice
residential neighborhood of the city. At noon, when we were having our
meal, if there was a timid knock on the door we would have one of our
boys answer the door. If it was a child from the local orphanage begging
leftovers (pidiendo sobreitas) we would have him go to his plate and
share some of his food with the kid at the door. We wanted our sons to
have the ability to recognize that they were blessed and should share
those blessings with the less fortunate in this world.


 

On one occasion when I was in one
of the worst slums (tugurios or barrios bajos) in the city of Manizales,
Colombia I was caught in a torrential downpour. I pressed tightly
against the wall of one of the slum shacks hoping that the small
overhang of the roof would keep a bit of the rain off me. The door to
the shack opened and an old woman appeared and invited me to step inside
and get out of the rain. "Thank you, Senora," I said, "but I really do
not want to disturb you." "No problem," she responded and again invited
me in. I stepped inside this little dwelling, about nine feet wide by
nine feet long, barely large enough for a bed and a small table. It was
the epitome of poverty. The woman looked ancient, dressed in black and
looked like she was only skin and bones. I wondered how she managed to
live under the conditions I envisioned from her surroundings so I said
to her, "Senora, I am a college teacher. You and I will never meet
again. I would like to tell my students about persons like you who live
under the most trying circumstances. May I ask you several personal
questions? Would you help me inform my students about how you live?"

She studied me for a few
moments and responded, "Si senor." My first question was "How old are
you?" "72" "Do you live alone?" "Yes." "How do you survive? How do you
get the income to pay your rent, purchase food and other necessities?"
She quietly said "I am a whore." "How much do you charge?" "Whatever I
think I can get. Sometimes ten cents, some times more." "How many times a
week do you have visitors?" "Not too often, three, four, five times. It
varies." "Is that enough to live on?" "Barely."

Then with emotion she said
"Mister, when you tell your students about me tell them that this is not
the way I thought I would live when old." Then, with emphasis and
almost shouting she said "But I have the right to survive!" [Pero yo
tengo el derecho de sobrevivir!] "Tell your students not to judge me.
They have no right to judge me. If they think this is not what an old
lady should be doing have them find a way to help me. But do NOT judge
me. I do what I have to do to survive and I HAVE THE RIGHT TO SURVIVE!"

I apologized for having
disturbed her and, passing a bit of money to her, I assured her that my
students will be deeply touched at her situation and would fully
understand her feelings. The rain having stopped I departed.

=======================
From these two stories you can see why I loved the movie "I AM."   I have read many of the posts on this site and, while appreciating the 'good feelings and powerful emotions' of many of the individuals posting their thoughts, if this does not lead to action it is merely an 'academic exercise'.  (I find it interesting how the term "academic" can have such a perjorative meaning.)  Check out my web site +georgefdrake.org+ to see how I have been trying to 'do something' all of my life. As individuals we can do great things, as a collectivity we can have one hell of an impact.  

2:54 am
July 5, 2012


Jerome

Guest

Dear Tom Shadyac,

 

I absolutely love the film. Bruce Cohen is right. Everyone definitely has to see this film, and that is why I am seriously considering to make it a mission to have everyone I come in contact with see it. Imagine if everyone… not even everyone, but enough people see this film and find in it the impetus they need to start a revolution. The change that we're all hoping for just might not be as difficult to attain as we think. I looked at the foundation section of this website and am glad to see multiple righteous causes already on the go. However, I hope that they don't just follow the conventional model of what most organizations of the same nature deem as "raising resources" or "raising funds" for the needy and the less fortunate. I cringe every time I see those infomercials on TV asking me for a dollar a day to feed children in Africa dying of hunger. I would think, "Are you telling me that without this piece of metal or paper that we call 'money,' those hungry children would not get to eat. Just get the food over there d*mnit! As children of God, those kids are naturally entitled to food, no questions asked. With or without money, they should be eating!" It's actually the very existence of MONEY that's crippling our society today. The key thing that would heal the disease that you talk about in the movie is another word that also starts with 'm' and ends in 'y' but a bit longer. "Mentality." We need a new mentality. A mentality that's not crippled by money or the corrupt system that dominates our world today. Any charitable effort that merely follows such a system is bound to fail because money is a finite illusion. It spells out a very sad statement: "Without money you die!" That is why I humbly hope and suggest that this wonderful thing that you have started will go a different direction that would defy and have nothing to do with money at all. I know it sounds radical and even impossible, but I really see no other way. The minute we associate any monetary value to life, we've destroyed it. We are God's heirs. Every single one of us. We are all entitled to food, clothing, shelter and good health. We inherently don't need money to have all these things. To work on a charitable cause that still demands money is to say that we agree with the corrupt system. It is like saying, "Yes, these children dying every 6 seconds in Afirca do need money, this man-made piece of metal or paper, to survive." Is that the kind of future we want? Money is a testament to how humanity has forgotten to simply give and take as necessary for all to survive. Hence, the change that we all should strive for should only involve love and a genuine desire to suffice everyone's need for a good, simple and happy life. NO MONEY. PERIOD. I hope that this is the direction that the whole I AM franchise is going. We don't need to raise resources. They're there. We just need to get them to those who need them and that can only be done successfully without this ridiculous monetary system that we're all born into. I hope that this is the kind of action that everyone is willing to participate in. One that seeks to raise awareness instead – awareness of how to develop a different moneyless democracy. I'm not sure how the I AM Foundation and its affiliates work, but I'm sure they have good intentions. I only ask that you hear out my suggestion. Lastly, please know again that I love the film and think that you're a noble man for all the choices you've made, however critical this message may sound. It is not meant as a criticism at all but merely a suggestion. Pardon me as I just tend to rant when I'm passionate about something. Godbless. Smile

 

Respectfully yours,

 

Jerome

 

PS: Please give me details on how I can get more involved with the 'I AM' cause. I know there are little things I can do in my own backyard, but it's better to get involved in those little things AND the more developed networks such as this.

7:14 pm
July 4, 2012


MommaJoyce

Guest

Tom

I viewed the movie………. I AM. In my lifetime, I am age 60, now,I began life in an abusive background, my mother and sister having mental illness. My dad was my hero and my buddy. I initially grew up without the benefit, of ………LOVE. As I grew older, the journey to research Love and how to obtain it, was answered by my GIVING IT…….I thought. I spent a majority of my adult life, GIVING my LOVE , and all the components of it,compassion, forgiveness, and human kindness, to all whom I met. The elderly, the physically and mentally challenged, homeless, Veterans, etc. One person at a time. I gave, and gave, for the past 30 years this love, this passion to serve and try and make a positive difference in this world, I suppose you might deem me quite successful.Each time , I shared an embrace, or some food, or a jacket to someone who was cold, or an ear to listen,etc. I felt love grow, so it is it never ceased growing, as when you love unconditionally as I am learning to do, daily, dying to self daily, it means I can give until my time on earth is finished here. This is the passion and driving force, that each breath I take, I can make a difference even if one person at a time.

 

Lately, I do not watch much of the news on TV anymore, it bring sadness to me, when I see perhaps ,the scales tipping towards the negative. It almost makes me feel as if what I have accomplished has become futile? I have yet to experience, myself the beauty of BEING loved the way I love others, by someone else, so it is,, that driving force of lack, in my life, helps me fine tune the Love within me that grows, to share with countless others, hoping someday I will meet just one person, who can love and knows how to love as God Himself has taught me to love others….I do love myself, not in a conceited way mind you, but in a way, that is healthy…  :) Yet, I do wonder before my life is finished here if Love will elude me ,or will I experience it? Only time will tell I suppose.Your Documentary, has helped me to realize to keep on doing what I am doing…Giving Love, sharing my heart and time, sharing donations when they come in of food and clothing to all whom I meet, giving free rides to the grocery store and doctors offices for the elderly and disabled…Offering hope to a seemingly hopeless world.

 

Tom, should you read this, or ever have some time, I would enjoy meeting you.(((hug))) J

 

Love Momma Joyce

2:26 pm
June 28, 2012


mries1025

Ohio

New Member

posts 2

I think my other post got tanked… Try try again. 

Thank You very much for making the movie. 

Big, Huge impact. I felt the Eureka! It all made sense. 

Wow did I ever have it wrong. 

It is about connecting with people, really connecting with them. Others do not make the effort, we must. Find that in you which is your fondest desire and make it real in your daily life. 

Mine has been to be an RN as I said in my Hello post to this forum. I deeply desire to give back to humanity using my intelligence and life as best I can. 

The difference between Tom's Father and all the other Dads I have seen and known is he connects with his kids. That is unique and a real gift. I hope most of us can emulate that to our children. 

Insiring others is hard, your movie makes it look nearly effortless, I hope I can do half as well. I hope I can reach a few people. I have shared this on my facebook, and had friends do the same.

Love to allSmile

Michele

6:01 pm
June 11, 2012


Gina1645

Big Island, Hawai'i

New Member

posts 1

Post edited 6:18 pm – June 11, 2012 by Gina1645


1)   It's given me hope for mankind…that a cap will be placed on 'allowed wealth for one person'

 

Why more hope?….because the Science in it has also lessened the need for spiritual experiences for people to accept how incredibly important everything we each decide to do really is….

 

2) Having taight elementary schhol….I do hope that the film will be offered FREE to all elementary schools across America…4th grade is the best time to reach kids., in moral development….

 

Perhaps a version aimed at kids can also be produced?  MOST ESPECIALLY a version with real kids' heroes ….wealthy ones…choosing to get rid of their mental illness of hoarding money and stuff, too?

 

  God bless you for making the film… Now, give it away…….  Gina      

9:31 am
June 1, 2012


herbj

Member

posts 6

secondlife said:

Hi Tom,

I am ALL in as welll!  In February 2012, I realized it was time to let my "old" life go, step out of my comfort zone and decide to be a conduit of change for the Universe (aka God). I quit my high paying job to start my own business so I can have the freedom and flexibiliy to remain available to help create societal change, promoting greater integrity in the business world.  By an interesting and unexpected chain of events, I found myself at the "I can do it" conference in San Jose, Mar. 17th and 18th where I saw you speak and first learned of "I AM". 

As  a person who has lived her life leading and teaching by example , I was profoundly inspired by your willingness to let go of the material items in your life and focus on that which truly matters.  I have been compelled to personally ask you these questions:

"How can I be of service to this cause in an active way to help your message get to the masses?" "How can this message be brought to corporate america in such a way that it impacts change on a business level?"

I'll be asking these same questions to powerful leaders in various business industries because I believe that with the number of hours we adults spend working, there is a direct correlation to how we are expected to act at work and how that influences our personal lives and integrity.  

I'd love to have a similar audience with you to discuss this concept so I can create a plan toward change.

Thanks – Kimberly

 

Kimberly,

Hello,

My name is Herb from Blacksburg, Va.

My wife and I are trying a community building project. Hopefully this will help people of goodwill create local businesses that serve and contribute. And also help us speak with a more unified voice to corporations to behave more compassionately.  Our project is http://www.ConviviumNRV.com     We've had only one event so far and it has benefited many who attended. Thought I'd pass this idea along.

 

Herb


6:14 pm
May 21, 2012


Brenda Reber

Michigan

New Member

posts 1

I happened to catch the last hour of I AM on Oxygen  a couple of weeks ago.  It was on the same night that a documentary on Hippies from the 80's who went off grid in the West was shown on my PBS station.  I haven't been able to get either of these fabulous works out of my mind since.  Last year I saw a flock of about 15 sparrows attacking a Black Bird who had one of their own in it's claws.  I thought, why would the whole flock try to save the one bird….what did they have to gain from it?  We have been taught Survival of the Fittest, but that never seemed right to me.  I volunteer with special needs children here in Grand Rapids.  They have given me so many lovely moments that I cherish.  Egalitarian Democracy sounds right to me.

 

Thank you Tom Shaydac for this spectacular documentary.  It is comforting to know that I am not alone in my outlook on this Earthbound existance. I have been raving to everyone I come in contact with that they absolutely have to see it.

4:42 pm
May 10, 2012


secondlife

New Member

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Post edited 10:19 pm – May 10, 2012 by secondlife


Hi Tom,

I am ALL in as welll!  In February 2012, I realized it was time to let my "old" life go, step out of my comfort zone and decide to be a conduit of change for the Universe (aka God). I quit my high paying job to start my own business so I can have the freedom and flexibiliy to remain available to help create societal change, promoting greater integrity in the business world.  By an interesting and unexpected chain of events, I found myself at the "I can do it" conference in San Jose, Mar. 17th and 18th where I saw you speak and first learned of "I AM". 

As  a person who has lived her life leading and teaching by example , I was profoundly inspired by your willingness to let go of the material items in your life and focus on that which truly matters.  I have been compelled to personally ask you these questions:

"How can I be of service to this cause in an active way to help your message get to the masses?" "How can this message be brought to corporate america in such a way that it impacts change on a business level?"

I'll be asking these same questions to powerful leaders in various business industries because I believe that with the number of hours we adults spend working, there is a direct correlation to how we are expected to act at work and how that influences our personal lives and integrity.  

I'd love to have a similar audience with you to discuss this concept so I can create a plan toward change.

Thanks – Kimberly

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