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Afterthoughts • Lynn McTaggart

This week Dodge and I do our best to unpack this conversation with Lynne. We come at this discussion from very different perspectives so much of this week is devoted not so much to Lynne and her work, but to how we approach those things that run counter to our worldview.

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Hey everybody…

This week Dodge and I do our best to unpack this conversation with Lynne. We come at this discussion from very different perspectives so much of this week is devoted not so much to Lynne and her work, but to how we approach those things that run counter to our worldview.

I’ll be honest, I was a wreck going into this one, but I’m happy with how it turned out. It’s challenging, personally, but deeply satisfying as we remember that it’s about the journey, not the finish.

Thank you.

— Pete

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