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I think it's so important that you, we, all make time for ourselves. I know I get so focused on work and "getting things done" that it becomes easy to push taking care of myself aside. It only ends up negatively impacting the work product I create since I'm stressed, sleep-deprived, and irritable.

Anyways, this year I'm making time for myself to physically take care of myself by doing Fit4Good: http://fit4good.org/post/2540671690/fit4good-january-2011# (I've lost 5 lbs already.)

I hope that it makes me a better collaborator on this year's projects. ;) Thanks for sharing Lulu!

Thanks for sharing Sanjay! So now we're accountable to each other with our noble goal for 2011 :). Congratulations so far – and considering it's only been 7 days, it's even more inspiring.

You've always been a great collaborator. I look forward to touching base and doing more great work together for Epic Change.

Have a fabulous weekend!

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