Who are you imitating in your life?

Keep the faith,

Stan R. Mitchell

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4 responses to “Who are you imitating in your life?

  1. Ronald Wood

    I signed up for the list several days ago and am still getting notices to sign up for the list to get a copy of Soldier On?

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    • I think you’re referring to the fact that for whatever reason, today and the prior video blogpost didn’t send an embedded video in the alert by email. So, it just looked like I was sending an email about the alert.

      If that’s not the case, let me know. And definitely let me know if you didn’t get the book! And i’ll keep toying with the technical stuff until I figure it out.

      Thanks, Ronald, and sorry about the confusion.

      Sincerely yours,
      Stan

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  2. njengland@comcast.net

    Stan- Thanks for your pep talk. I don’t think I’ve ever wanted to look like ‘one of the pack’ but your words actually made me focus on that, so I can be aware of what I do! PS- hint for your video – You need to look more like the assertive, confident guy in your photo….quit looking so worried. Watch it again and notice your image. Not that dead-on guy you really are. PPS I’m still trying to guess which job you were talking about…. Nancy

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    • Glad you liked it! And I’m trying to be confident. It’s actually more nerve wracking to stare into that small lens than it is to give a speech. I think that’s because with a speech, you get some kind of reaction.

      But, each video is like doing a single rep. I’ll get better eventually.

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