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It is nice to be reminded of some life lessons, but God! I cannot digest men speaking on our behalf. Also, I know I mustn't be biased but a lot made sense when I realised he's the same guy who wrote that god-forsaken lousy excuse of a book. BUT I won ...more
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Would have preferred to take a course of this; it is a very interesting topic and the information would be better stored had it been provided with more examples and stories (delievered face-to-face by someone). Nevertheless, I'm quite pleased with my ...more
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