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Thanks for the enthusiasm in your newsletter — it’s always a boost.
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Thanks for your latest newsletter; I like the idea about playing the role of a pirate! Your assistance this year has been invaluable. Thank you!!!
Hi Jessica,
I’ve never responded before – too busy, BUT I decided to follow your request for a dialogue to say:I feel like I know you. Not like a best friend or anything, but like a colleague or associate perhaps. I like your style, your warmth, your information. I relate to it, and to you, somehow. If we lived in the same city (I’m in Toronto, ON, Canada) I’m sure we’d enjoy each other’s company for a coffee or a lunch.

Thanks for everything.
-Debra Dowdell
Power Your Practice

Wow – fabulous ideas. I’m always so impressed with your newsletter – always read it, love it, find it useful, want to archive it, etc.!Keep up the great work.

Christi Collins, H.H.C., AADP
Boston Health Coach

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Here’s the thing. We want to build a relationship with you. Why? For the fame and glory of having a big list of super-happy newsletter subscribers. For the ego boost. And, let’s face it, for the sales. But, we know darn well that if you don’t trust us, you ain’t gonna buy from us. So, we provide you with a top quality newsletter and promise not to sell, give or trade your email address or contact info to others; in exchange, we hope you’ll send us nice emails and purchase products from us if the fit is right.

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