Thanks for the kind words, Avi. Aside from the compliments, I admire the way you can easily and kindly speak your mind. See you again "soon". Sending smiles back to Singapore. Will check out the FB page.
Good to see you again this year and thanks for your attendance at the workshops I led. Feel free to email me as I know I didn't get a chance to follow up with your questions and comments on the change workshop. All the best, and safe travels, David
There's a thread in the AIN 2009 Discussions from Portland about the Open Spaces I led there - I covered more territory then because there were fewer people, but you'll be reminded of the things we did in the music space in Amsterdam.
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