S1 E108 — After So Many Defeats is it Time to Catch a New Trajectory?

Well, this is just plain embarrassing for Friday, “Day Two of Scorpio Time.”  The Holiday Tau I so looked forward to turned out to be so pitiful I didn’t even force myself to include it.  Sorry Steve Zahn, Henry Winkler and Emma the Baroness, but there just isn’t anything worthwhile for us.

The Tau of Steves: What You Don’t Know Could Fill a Book

“5”  Steve Carell, 57; Steve Martin, 74; Steve Wozniak, 69: Maybe the lesson gets repeated until it’s learned.  Sometimes learning isn’t an answer but a directive to go in a different direction.” Leo

Evidence

Hi and welcome to Friday’s Episode 108 in the first season of ” My 1-Year Natural Experiment” on this 25th day of October in the fall of 2019.

Here’s how I spent my time today.

    • Imagine you’re able to place Post-its on a huge white board which visually sketches historical eras, decades and years across it horizontally.  
    • And further imagine you summarize challenges that stumped you and defeated you or somehow they may have slowed you down, forced you out of your planned trajectory, but you emerged victorious.  
    • Only to advance to the next stage of your life and face your next hurtle.  
    • Using TauBits of Wisdom and my Inspiration software I spent most of the day digitally posting lessons I’d forgotten, until these newer TauBits stimulated my memory.  

I guess, more than anything else so far, this 1-year natural experiment has unconsciously become a wisdom memory trigger for passing on a legacy worth leaving.

Random ones that make me want change my sign.

Now why couldn’t McQueen’s Holiday Tau have been for Zahn et.al. on this second day?

“5”  Steve McQueen (1930 – 1980): Your competition is not other people or your last accomplishment but this idea about what you might be capable of.  You can’t shake it.” Aries

Hard-won?  Listen, WW&C, your Holiday Tau is the story of my professional life, and maybe is shared among idea-packagers aka INTPs in the Myers Briggs scheme of Temperaments.

“5”  Steve Winwood, 71; Stevie Wonder, 69; Stephen Colbert, 56: You’ll be excellent at the task at hand; you’ve had plenty of practice messing it up.  You’ll be revered for your expertise.  They don’t know how hard-won it really is.” Taurus

Sure, but if you’re pace is slow and steady because what you’ve tackled is huge and complicated you run the risk of OTBE — overtaken by events, which if I honest might be the case for my nearly self-published first book in The Knowledge Path Series.

“5”  Steve Smith, 30: Theoretically, anything that happens fast can be undone just as fast.  The converse is also true. If you’re still not sure which way will be better, then go slow until you know.” Gemini

Oh, fine now you tell me.  Leave it to two comedians and a company founder to be so brutally honest about my legacy sketched over time on my Inspiration whiteboard.

“5”  Steve Carell, 57; Steve Martin, 74; Steve Wozniak, 69: Maybe the lesson gets repeated until it’s learned.  Sometimes learning isn’t an answer but a directive to go in a different direction.” Leo

Seriously, this is the kind of TauBit of Wisdom I had expected for us on the second day of our time to shine.  But, no it had to favor coach Kerr and others like him.  Don’t look, but I’m swiping it.

“5”  Steve Kerr, 54:Today, clarity of mind comes first.  You’ll make a decision, act on it, and life gets suddenly clean and orderly.” Libra

Finally Aoki’s Holiday Tau pales in comparison with the other Steves.  

“3”  Steve Aoki, 41: It’s easier to protect your vulnerabilities than to change the whole world.” Sagittarius

I want to dismiss Harvey’s and Nash’s because the Holiday Tau for eight Steve’s is just too much or calls into question my selection bias or confirmation bias or disappointment bias. But, I feel you Harvey and yours resonates with what I believe.

“5”  Steve Harvey, 62:With more truth comes more intelligence; with more intelligence comes greater flexibility of thought.”Capricorn

Sorry, Steve I have to draw the line somewhere.

“3”  Steve Nash, 45:You’re so modest, sometimes you have to be talked into accepting and appreciating yourself.  How about loving yourself so that you can give more love to others?” Aquarius

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Inspired by: Holiday Mathis – Creators Syndicate

S3 E2 — Preview of the New Post Pandemic Season

It reminded me of living life as an artist, synchronicity, and getting a break — all from the intuitive, inspirational side of living — when it is dark, and you dream and your self-defeating thoughts keep you awake.

The Tau of Steves: What You Don’t Know Could Fill a Book

“5”  Steve Nash, 45:You don’t have to explain everything you do, not even to yourself. In fact, today, explaining would only slow you down, diminish the mystery and put a damper on the magic.  Aquarius

I may have heard the phrase “inner life” from a podcast.

Hi and welcome to Saturday’s Episode 2 in Season 3 of  TauBits for the Taking” on this 27th day of February in the winter of 2021 — which is a three-year examination of how bits of wisdom changed during the “normal” pre-pandemic year and then in the pandemic year, and now months after.

Evidence

It reminded me of living life as an artist, synchronicity, and getting a break — all from the intuitive, inspirational side of living — when it is dark, and you dream and your self-defeating thoughts keep you awake. 

How do you face the day?  

Do you avoid and procrastinate or meet your challenges head on? 

Following instincts?  

We’re all animals basically.  

What’s driving us? 

From a spiritual center? 

Are there laws we don’t yet understand?  

What about coincidences? 

What about intuition and hunches?

You could say Zahn’s Holiday Tau fit perfectly as did each of the other three Steves into my theme of the day.

“5”  Steve Zahn, 51: “When they ask you why you made X choice instead of Y choice, you may not have a great line of reasoning to impart. Suffice it to say, much comes to you by way of human instinct.” Scorpio

Random ones that make me want change my sign.

So, today so not my birthday, but I can definitely use it.  This is coming to you in Pages by Apple.  I chose it because it can convert into a book format.  Trust me, I’m confused.  Should I select a book template that I haven’t tried before?  Or, should I revert back to what I chose for “The Knowledge Labs” series?  Either way my passion extinguished.  

Today’s Holiday Birthday. 

You’ll realize how you were holding on for dear life to something that’s not even buoyant. A new perspective will have you dropping the thing that makes you work so hard to stay afloat (both emotionally and fiscally) in favor of a truly light and protective entity that will make your journey a pleasure.

Given that I just stole someone else’s birthday, I should only consider what’s rightfully mine, Emma the Baroness’, Henry Winkler’s and Steve Zahn’s.  I’m rating it high for silliness and counter-productivity states.

“5”  Steve Howey, 42:Even driven people don’t get after it at top speed through the whole journey. Comfort, sleep, inactivity, silliness and even counter-productivity are all states that have a place in the cycle of growth and attainment.” Cancer

Just the other day I curated an article for my digital magazine, “San Francisco Region” about Lawrence Ferlinghetti who died after reaching 101 years old. I was taken with his quote about San Francisco and the community that grew around “City Lights” as a founder and co-owner: “’

You could come here and start anything you wanted.’ But in recent years he said it had become ‘an artistic theme park without artists.’” Isn’t if fitting that the Holiday Tau for the coach of the Golden State Warriors might reflect Ferlinghetti’s art of poetry and living life “out there” not in books.

“5”  Steve Kerr, 54: As for the art of loving and the art of being alone, both curriculums exist in the same Fine Arts Building at the University of Life. They are sister programs in the interdisciplinary track.” Libra

Enough said, right Nash? There comes a time when you just have get with the flow and react to the situation in play.

“5”  Steve Nash, 45:You don’t have to explain everything you do, not even to yourself. In fact, today, explaining would only slow you down, diminish the mystery and put a damper on the magic.  Aquarius

What’s Going On …

Shifting Opportunities

Smart Moves 

Long-Form

    • “Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire: A 500-Year History” by Kurt Andersen Both of us, Emma the Baroness and I, have been processing the acquittal of our ex-President — not really being surprised by the “Big Lie” promoting followers in the Senate, but more disappointed after seeing new video documentation of the insurrection and detailed evidence time lines.  I return to Kurt Andersen’s book “Fantasyland” to help me through the process of filtering the unfolding events.

Progress and Procrastination

    • Procrastination — Lost a full day replacing my 2000 Toyota 4-Runner with a leased Honda CR-V

Working on the Business

    • Today 1342 Flipboard users follow one or more of my 35 digital magazines.

Inspired by Holiday Mathis – Creators Syndicate

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S1 E105 — Will Fortune Smile on Us Later in the Evening?

I hated what Apple put me through this last week. But my work around is holding up, and this is Saturday night so why don’t Emma the Baroness and I give it a try to see if fortune smiles upon us later this evening.

“5”  Steve Zahn, 51: “Signmate Henry Winkler recently claimed the qualities of tenacity and gratitude as his guiding values. Should you do the same, fortune will favor you this evening.” Scorpio

The Tau of Steves: What You Don’t Know Could Fill a Book

Evidence

Hi and welcome to Saturday’s Episode 105 in the first season of ” My 1-Year Natural Experiment” on this 19th day of October in the fall of 2019.

It took me until 3pm just to finish the rescue work I started three long days ago when Apple decided to no longer support the software and documents critical to my manuscript.  

      • Triage began on Sunday when I had no clue what to do at first. 
      • On Thursday, when I assessed the pending damage I realized the original Inspiration’s interlinked files contained broken and neglected links to add insult to injury. 
      • I painstakingly scrubbed connections throughout the entire manuscript’s research, but focused mainly on “16 MBTI Equivalents” separated into Extroverts (Outies) and Introverts (Innies). 
      • I finished off a long day yesterday  by reconnecting broken linkages between 8 MBTI Introverted Temperaments  to my 8 Talent Profiles.  

And this is Saturday, WTF?  I’m running on fumes.

I’m close to making my linkages whole, that I can’t stop now.  Which brings me to back I to my original research and a decade of field testing.  

Basically you can organize four Organization Types by their four Internal Talent Profiles found in each that when taken together define a unique talent culture distinct from the other three. 

Why should you care?

You’ll either be attracted to or repelled by one of the four talent cultures.

Odds are if one Organization Type attracts you, then you’ll enjoy working there and find it easier to succeed.

And, you can define which stages of growth will be a best fit or worst fit for you:

Organization Types: 

            • Paradoxy-Morons; 
            • Emerging-Entrepreneurs; 
            • Sustaining-Associates and 
            • Systematic-Professionals

Stages of Growth: 

            • Start Up; 
            • Emerging Growth; 
            • Rapid Growth; 
            • Sustained Growth;
            • Maturity; 
            • Decline and 
            • Reinvention

Well, this is Saturday night so why don’t Emma the Baroness and I give it a try to see if fortune smiles upon us later this evening.

“5”  Steve Zahn, 51: “Signmate Henry Winkler recently claimed the qualities of tenacity and gratitude as his guiding values. Should you do the same, fortune will favor you this evening.” Scorpio

Random ones that make me want change my sign.

Wait  WW&C’s may be useful in the working on the business promotional and pricing strategies?

“4”  Steve Winwood, 71; Stevie Wonder, 69; Stephen Colbert, 56: “The only difference between repeating actions in exchange for money or for free is money provides an external motivation and free cultivates an internal one.” Taurus

Wait, similar Holiday Tau, but was it for Smith?

“3”  Steve Smith, 30: “The best way to gain a skill is to jump in and figure it out, expecting to mess up a fair amount and learn as you go.  Don’t buy the class, just begin the task.” Gemini

That’s me, baby. I’m feeling totally free.

“4”  Steve Aoki, 41: “If you can spend two-thirds of your day doing what you please, you’re among the truly free.” Sagittarius

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Inspired by: Holiday Mathis – Creators Syndicate

S1 E104 — How Yesterday’s Success Triggers Tomorrow’s Failure

First, realize which stage you’re in and which is next.  Identify the new and opposite set of key success factors. Figure out how to close the gaping chasm and how to navigate the transformation required for a bumpy landing into the next growth stage.

“5”  Steve Winwood, 71; Stevie Wonder, 69; Stephen Colbert, 56: “Once you see a problem from the top, you’ll know how to solve it.  But you have to go back down and solve it on the ground.” Taurus

The Tau of Steves: What You Don’t Know Could Fill a Book

Evidence

Happy TGIF! Hi and welcome to Friday’s Episode 104 in the first season of ” My 1-Year Natural Experiment” on this 18th day of October in the fall of 2019.

I’m sure I won’t be done with my file-saving averted disaster recovery. But it  triggered my “return” to my “Volume Two Manuscript” covering the world of work as an employee, operating as an internal consultant within your organization or understanding what your decision-maker wants and needs when you are a consultant or executive advisor. 

The recovery work will carry on at least through this weekend.

Why is this “work” important?  Over the years I discovered that if you can measure 14 key success factors operating throughout stages of growth and decline, but which shift 180 degrees away from what brought success in the your current stage, then you’ve created a leadership advantage for yourself. 

If your organization continues unchanged, the reversing success factors will trigger failure during the transitions from Start Up to Growth, to Maturity, into Decline and Reinvention.

What Can You Do?

      • First, realize which stage you’re in and which is next. 
      • Identify the new and opposite set of key success factors.
      • Figure out how to close the gaping chasm and how to navigate the transformation required for a bumpy landing into the next growth stage. 
      • If you do you may not only survive in your assignment, but your leadership style will make you a hero or heroine in the eyes of your stakeholders.

Today, I recovered in depth descriptions from my original research and decade of testing focusing on which stages of early organizational growth attract specific talent profiles:

      • 101 PMBI Breakpoint Inventors;
      • 105 EEMA Marketing Athletes;
      • 106 EEOA Operational Accelerants;
      • 107 EERPT Resilient Product Teams;
      • 109 SAICA Internal Change Agents;
      • 111 SAAT Agile Tiger Teams and
      • 116 SPIT Institutional Traditionalists

Outer Directed (MBTI profiles):

ESFJ and ESTJ

What about the Holiday Tau for Zahn, Winkler, Emma the Baroness and me? Wow, this TauBit of Wisdom is one to ponder.

“5”  Steve Zahn, 51: “Focus your attention on the one area of your life that, if changed, would favorably touch every other area of your life.” Scorpio

Random ones that make me want change my sign.

Like I said, leave it to WW&C to peel away the onion that is the essence of what drives be, gives me an advantage, but reminds me where the work really gets done.

“5”  Steve Winwood, 71; Stevie Wonder, 69; Stephen Colbert, 56: “Once you see a problem from the top, you’ll know how to solve it.  But you have to go back down and solve it on the ground.” Taurus

Well, hell yeah.  But, I’m just too busy to pick Howey’s Holiday Tau in addition to the last one.

“3”  Steve Howey, 42: The truly secure don’t usually see the point in drawing attention to themselves, as they’re too busy just doing what comes naturally.  Cancer

Cosmic, baby or should I say babies Carell, Martin and the Woz?

“4”  Steve Carell, 57; Steve Martin, 74; Steve Wozniak, 69: “Keep a secret to yourself with a sparkle in your eye and its impact is charismatic.  Keep it to yourself with shame and its impact is a gravitational pull on your spirit.  Leo

Hmm. Kerr’s Holiday Tau makes sense, but I’m just not buying in today.

“2”  Steve Kerr, 54:Get in the mix however you can — as a volunteer, an intern or just as an unqualified person doing a job for free.” Libra

Am I getting tired swiping Aoki’s Holiday Tau? Not really, but maybe it would be easier to change my birthday.

“4”  Steve Aoki, 41: “You know what you want, but your brain will object with the most interesting excuses.  Don’t give it the chance.  Act first; think later.” Sagittarius

Harvey’s Holiday Tau resonates with the INTP in me — an introvert who remembers experiences from a deeper past, especially by following the bread crumbs in journals.

“4”  Steve Harvey, 62: “A sentimental mood makes the passage of time a little blurry.  And, if so inclined, you’ll find that you can move fluidly to a feeling you had in the distant past.  Capricorn

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Inspired by: Holiday Mathis – Creators Syndicate

S1 E103 — Innies and Outies and Other Potential Catastrophes

Last Sunday’s potential, but diverted, catastrophe triggered a work around so I could continue to access my Inspiration files, especially those devoted to Work aka “Volume Two Manuscript” in the “Knowledge Path: Live. Love. Work. Play. Invest and Leave a Legacy” series.

“5”  Steve Smith, 30: “Some days there are so many loose ends to tie up they feel like an extension of yesterday or last week.  Just remember that you don’t have to do any thing.” Gemini

The Tau of Steves: What You Don’t Know Could Fill a Book

Evidence

Happy Birthday, Dad!

Hi and welcome to Thursday’s Episode 103 in the first season of ” My 1-Year Natural Experiment” on this 17th day of October in the fall of 2019.

So, I continued to reorganize original files, to track down broken links, re-name several of my 16 talent profiles based on my original research, double-check the accuracy of each description before exporting from Inspiration into a .pdf  as a way of preserving the graphical layouts.

Earlier this week on Tuesday and Wednesday I managed to scrub “16 MBTI Equivalents” – Myers-Briggs Type Indicators as a cornerstone of my “Volume Two Manuscript”

Outer Directed: ENTP, ESTP, ENTJ, ESFP, ENFP and ENFJ

 Inner Directed: ISTP, INFJ, INTJ, ISFP, ISTJ, INFP, ISFJ and INTP

Today, I added equivalent Inner Directed matching Talent Profiles from my original research and decade of testing:

102 PMTL Thought Leaders; 

103 PMCI Commercial Innovators; 

104 PMRDE  R&D Experimenters; 

108 EECBG Core Business Groups; 

110 SAAS Analytical Specialists; 

112 SALS Loyal Survivalists; 

113 SPIP Idea Packagers and 

115 SPPP Professional Practitioners 

But, how are we doing with our Holiday Tau? For Zahn, Winkler, Emma the Baroness and me? 

Today’s Taubit of Wisdom fits nicely with “Knowledge Path: Live. Love. Work. Play. Invest and Leave a Legacy” series.

“5”  Steve Zahn, 51: “You’re allowed to experiment with your life, and even with your style and sense of identity.” Scorpio

Random ones that make me want change my sign.

Strange that I hear my mothers voice instructing me with her formal “Stephen” I only heard when I was in trouble resonating via two musical icons and the Holiday Tau of a comedian.  But, I’ll take it.

“4”  Steve Winwood, 71; Stevie Wonder, 69; Stephen Colbert, 56: “Often the thing you don’t want to do is also the right thing to do, and you know that.  It’s why you don’t want to do it and also why you must.” Taurus

What if they are actually an extension of both yesterday and last week?  I’m just not buying the ending given my current fear of an operating system disruption.

“5”  Steve Smith, 30: “Some days there are so many loose ends to tie up they feel like an extension of yesterday or last week.  Just remember that you don’t have to do any thing.” Gemini

At the risk of plowing the same ground, I’ll acknowledge that this is with a minor twist the story of my career.  Figure it out yourself, then go put and find a decision maker who will pay you for your new found knowledge.

“5”  Steve Carell, 57; Steve Martin, 74; Steve Wozniak, 69: “Because you know that growing through your mistakes is much faster style of learning than you get in a classroom, you can forgo the educational fees and instead get busy doing the thing.” Leo

Thanks, Steve.  Good advice.

“4”  Steve Jobs, (1955 – 2011): “Keep making things, like you do.  This is part of what keeps you vital and certainly something you’ll be remembered for.” Pisces

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Inspired by Holiday Mathis – Creators Syndicate

S2 E2 — New Season Preview: Rippling Effects, Implications and Consequences We Didn’t See Coming

You’re supposed to buy on the story — how promising a stock looks into the future at today’s price.  And, sell on the news — the best may be over for the next quarter so you take money off the table and squirrel away your profits

“5”  Steve Harvey, 62:The correct next move might be no move at all. To stand there until the world shifts is a real test of patience that will pay off.  Capricorn

The Tau of Steves: What You Don’t Know Could Fill a Book

Evidence

Hi and welcome to Friday’s Episode 2 in Season 2 of the Pandemic extension of my Natural Experiment on February 28th in the last day of winter of 2020.

This being a closing day for the stock market week leads to guessing over the weekend where the market will open, it’s not quite surprising that investors would be spooked.  

Which is why “What If That, Then This” logic should include second and third order implications.  

    • Like what is emerging just below the surface that might negatively impact the coronavirus virus efforts and stock market correction and recession fears. 
    • How can you account for the surprising ripple effects cascading in different directions like dominoes tipped over?

How seriously should we take falling dominoes?

Turning to our Holiday Tau — for Zahn, Winkler, Emma the Baroness and me — what’s the meaning of these ripple effects? 

“5”  Steve Zahn, 51: “Your pie wins the contest, and your special sauce garners worldwide intrigue. This is the stuff of fantasies and diary entries, so be sure to put the day’s events and potential events into both.” Scorpio

Random ones that make me want change my sign.

Is there a sense of panic I can buy into?  Haha, just kidding.  I’ve learned my lesson as a rookie 401K and IRA investor.  I never experienced a time when I lost so much money — well actually the value of shares in a mutual fund not the actual money unless you sell the shares — for such a long time in the last Great Recession.  This time around we learned our lesson, Emma the Baroness and me.  

“5”  Steve Harvey, 62:The correct next move might be no move at all. To stand there until the world shifts is a real test of patience that will pay off.  Capricorn

So, coach Kerr again you’ve laid my soul open.  An SPIP, like me feels too constrained operating in a talent culture that won’t encourage independent idea packaging even if the organization is packed with systematic professionals.  It’s why I build the whole Executive MBA Career Curriculum from scratch and chafed at the pressure to conform over the last two years. 

“5”  Steve Kerr, 54:You’re an original.  Saying the lines others have said gets old fast.  It’s invigorating to express your uniqueness.” Libra

I have Emma the Baroness, the love of my life, to remind me of this when I get too busy with my manuscripts and Patreon platform machinations, oh and your Holiday Tau, Steve.

“4”  Steve Aoki, 41: The sparkling parts of life are the in-between moments when you have nothing to gain or lose.  What’s valuable is unquantifiable.” Sagittarius

As I type this I’ve wrapped my left knee in an ice pack having returned from walking three miles around our lake.  This TauBit you’re sharing, Steve, feels painful and counter intuitive physically. 

“4”  Steve Jobs, (1955 – 2011): Though it sounds counterintuitive, moving the parts that don’t want to move will keep you pain-free.  Use this as a metaphor for another part of your life.” Pisces

What’s Going On …

Shifting Opportunities

Smart Moves

Long-Form

    • Is ‘The Ones We’ve Been Waiting For,’ with its scenes of youthful triumph and predictions of a savvier political class, too optimistic? I’d say not, because the coming tribe really does bring hope of breaking the gerontocracy — time is on their side, of course. Is it a book only for young people, as opposed to “oldsters” (to quote Alter)? I would say the book needed to be written by someone her age, but it holds lessons for everyone. Along with the compelling personal narratives, there is historical context and acknowledgment — much of it from the subjects themselves — that every innovator stands on the shoulders of those who came before. The report includes 
    • Began reading and taking notes on “The Introvert Advantage: How Quiet People Can Thrive in an Extrovert World” by Marti Olsen Laney — All human beings have 99.9 percent of  the same genetic prescription. Our individual differences come from the 0.1 percent of our genetic material that is just us — derived primarily from our neurochemistry,  a private reserve of about 150 different brain chemicals and recipes to formulate our neurotransmitters — guide messages from cell to cell, directing all brain functions.
    • A SURVEY OF 222 LEADING SCIENTISTS FROM 52 COUNTRIES who identified five global risks: failure of climate change mitigation and adaptation; extreme weather events; major biodiversity loss and ecosystem collapse; food crises and water crises

Progress and Procrastination

    • Procrastination — Lost a full day replacing my 2000 Toyota 4-Runner with a leased Honda CR-V 
    • Progress —Early feedback from Finnmark:  Interesting concept. I think your opening salvos should be free so people can get a sense of what their Patreon membership will provide. Also, blogs are not going to reach a young audience if that’s what you want. Youtube is far more effective for that age group. 
    • Progress — My Response: Wow, I’m impressed.  Thanks for taking the time to give me great feedback.  Yes you’re probably right.  Nobody reads anymore, so we’re an endangered species.  You’ve given some ideas, I should reach younger people.  I saw videos of your grand niece on the gondola, but I wonder how to reach her.  Oh, wait.  I know. I’m following her on her twitter feed.

Working on the Business

    • Today 1,277 Flipboard users follow one or more of my 35 digital magazines.

Inspired by Holiday Mathis – Creators Syndicate

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