Good evening from Maine where the sun is setting on a productive day. Today, I was able to pack up the tools that I’ve been using to convert old barn space into my office space. Some of you have been following this project since I started it late last summer. Now when you join me for a webinar or YouTube live broadcast, you’ll see finished walls in the background. More importantly, I probably won’t be wearing a hat or winter jacket to stay warm during those broadcasts. Wherever you are this weekend, I hope that you had a productive and enjoyable day too.
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