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Lifehack Live for January 28, 2008

Lifehack Live for January 28, 2008

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Lifehack Live

    This week on Lifehack Live I talked with Liz Strauss of Successful (and Outstanding) Blog. Liz and I talked about the importance of relationships, both online and off, and how to create and maintain the relationships that nurture and provide meaning to our work, our lives, and our selves. (Note:Liz’ voice is a little muffled at the beginning, but gets better a few minutes in. Your patience will be rewarded, I promise!)

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