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Never Enough Time

Never Enough Time?

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Do you waste time or use it wisely? Are you constantly stressed because you are running out of time?  Is there never enough time for you to do the things you want to do?

A Matter of Perspective

We all have the same amount of time (24 hours a day and 7 days a week), yet our perception of time will determine how well we use our time.  Time, like money, is a resource.  The difference with time is that it is more precious and valuable because you can never get time back.  Meanwhile, you can always make more money.

Stop Any Further Regrets

In the past you have made decisions and choices regarding how to use your time, where to spend or not to spend your time, and with whom and on what activities.  As you think about those decisions and choices, do you have any regrets with how you used your time?  Do you wish you had:
  •    done things differently?
  •    not put off making certain decisions?
  •    made better life, relationship, career/business, health choices?
  •    spent less time on the things you hated, found irrelevant or boring?
  •    spent more time doing the things you really wanted to do?
  •    spent more time pursuing your passions, dreams and goals?
  •    spent less time with negative people?
  •    spent more time with the people that matter most to you?
  •    etc.
The good news is that you can stop feeling regrets, disappointments, anger, frustration and beating up on yourself about your past choices, so you can start to make better decisions and choices regarding what you do with your time from now on.

Do You Live in Present, Past or Future Time?

Day to day we can live in the present and enjoy and appreciate every moment in the now.  Alternatively, we can live our days with regular thoughts of the past and, therefore, live our now in the past.  We can also live our days with too much thinking about the future and what may or may not happen, what could go wrong and the possible negative consequences.  

Living in the past or in the future can cause us to feel stress, fear, anxiety, panic, confusion, frustration, procrastination and generally waste our precious time in the now.

If you have “unfinished” business from the past, you are probably dwelling on the past and cluttering your head and focus with what happened back then.  Even though you are unable to change the past, how you relate to those past events and your perception of them can change.  It is important that you have closure on the past so that you can move on - whether it be a past hurt, betrayal, argument, rejection, separation, divorce, loss, retrenchment, traumatic or other event.  

It is difficult to totally appreciate your present experiences if your focus is clouded by past events.  Often unfinished past experiences can cloud our decisions and choices about with whom we spend time and how we spend time from now on.  Dwelling on the past also fills your head with the past, and makes it more challenging to be clear headed and productive in the now. 

Unfinished past business also biases your current choices and decisions.  For example, if you have past hurts that are unaddressed and that still “haunt” you, these can affect how you relate to people now, the depth or closeness you develop with your current personal and professional relationships, and whether or not and how you form new personal and professional relationships.

Likewise, if you focus too much on the future and what may or may not happen, what could go wrong and the possible negative consequences, it can impact on how you use your time now.  Does thinking about your future help you to take action on your goals or does it cause you worry and procrastination?  Do you daydream and wish about what you want or could do, or do you take action on this each day?  Daydreaming on its own is insufficient, while lack of clarity of direction can also lead to confusion, scattered thinking and time wasting.

Rethinking Time

How do you relate to time? Are you very organised or disorganised? Do you do the things you said you would do when you said you would do them, or do you put them off to another time?

The way you relate to time now depends on many thing including your relationship to time, any unfinished business from the past, your clarity or lack of regarding your goals, and many other factors.  The best way for you to have more time is to change any of these so that you: can make the best use of your time; have more time to do the things you enjoy; look forward to an exciting future; can make choices and decisions in the now which will help you to have the happiness and success you desire from now on.

Transform Your Relationship with Time today, and stop putting off your success and happiness:
I look forward to empowering you further and welcome your questions below or confidentially via email.

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Top Three Traits Insecure People Have in Common

Top Three Traits Insecure People Have in Common

Do your insecurities sabotage your success?  Are you struggling to achieve the personal and professional success you desire?  Would you like to know the top three traits that insecure people have in common?

While insecure people share many common traits, I have observed that they have three traits in common especially when it comes to promoting themselves.  Often insecure people’s self doubts, fears and limiting beliefs are reflected in the behaviours below.  They are usually unaware that they are doing these behaviours; they are on a subconscious automatic pilot.  Insecurity is their comfort zone.  It is only once they are made aware of their behaviour that they realise how they are limiting themselves.

So here are the top three traits I have observed in insecure people, especially when promoting themselves.

Common Trait #1 – They Undervalue Themselves

Your self-worth will determine how much you value and charge for your products/services/skills/ideas.  When promoting their products, services, skills or ideas, insecure people undervalue themselves.  They often undercharge, give away their services/ideas/skills for free, they resort to high discounting to secure business or undersell their abilities.  Because they often have low self-worth and feel unworthy or deserving of more, they will accept less than what those who feel secure in themselves will.

People who feel secure in themselves will value themselves; they will charge a fee that reflects their skills and experience.  Rather than over discounting, they will happily walk away from a potential opportunity because they have sufficient self-belief to create other opportunities that value what they have to offer.  They will find more ideal clients, they will seek out ideal employers, they will negotiate with win-win partners, etc.  They will never go into a price war or devalue themselves, they will focus on the value they deliver instead.

Common Trait #2 – They Put Others Down

As a result of their own insecurities, insecure people often put others down.  They put other people down because that is what they know – they put themselves down too by beating up on themselves.  This is their normal way of relating to themselves, so that is how they relate to others.  Avoid taking an insecure person’s put down personally – it is a reflection of their own insecurities.

Rather than standing on their own merit and the value that they offer, insecure people resort to putting other people down so that they feel good about themselves.  After all, if they can cut someone successful down to size, they themselves see less of a gap to rise to.  Instead of rising to a successful person’s level, an insecure person finds it easier to put others down so that others “fall” to their level.  This helps an insecure person to feel better about themselves as they no longer need to compare themselves to someone who excels.  The other person is now at their level or lower (in their mind) and it is easier to “compete” with them at that lower level.  It is less scary for an insecure person.

On the other hand, a secure person never puts others down to succeed. Instead, they stand on their own merit, on their own successes and their hard work.  They have no need to compare themselves to others, they simply promote themselves in their own right, based on their hard won and deserved efforts and successes.  Their promotion and marketing is about the benefits they offer and how they add value to others’ lives, rather than focusing on how they are better than their competitors/how their competitors do not do what they do.

Common Trait #3 – They Copy Others

Insecure people copy other people because they lack sufficient self-belief to create something on their own.  If they were to create something on their own it may not be good enough, nor be perfect, they may fail or be judged for it.  Instead, they stay in the comfort zone of their fears and insecurities, and they copy others and often those more successful than they are.

They inaccurately believe that if they copy a successful person’s marketing or ideas, or take credit for something that someone else created, they too will be as successful.  I have seen insecure people do some bizarre copying, from dyeing their hair the same colour as a successful person to copying a successful person’s marketing material word for word.  In all the cases that I have observed over the past 16 years, the copycat insecure person did not achieve the same success as the successful person.  In most cases, the copycat is no longer in business.

If it took dyeing your hair or copying someone else’s words to be a success, we would have a lot of look-alike Richard Bransons and other successful business people in this world.  As all successful people know, there is a lot of hard work, persistence, challenge and commitment that goes on behind the scenes for success.  What people see and copy on the surface is insufficient for ongoing success.  

As one enlightened lawyer said years ago, people who copy others never reach their full potential.  This is so true, insecure people stay insecure by copying others.  It simply reinforces their self doubts and insecurities that they are unable to come up with their own ideas, so they need to copy.

There is a huge difference between modelling successful people (what makes them tick and their behavioural and mindset strategies) and copying the surface of what people see.  The former is much more empowering and a key to success (which we teach our clients to do), while the latter is a good way to stay insecure.

Would you like some help in overcoming your insecurities so that you can have the long-term personal and professional success you desire?   Help yourself to some free NLP resources and empower yourself for success today.

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How to Totally Trust Yourself

How to Totally Trust Yourself

Do you question or doubt yourself?  Are you overanalysing your choices and decisions too much?  Do you trust yourself to follow your instinct or second guess it?  Is fear holding you back from doing the things you desire?  Would you like to totally trust yourself to make the personal and professional decisions and choices that are right for you?

Trusting yourself is the key to making decisions with which you are happy and that are right for you.  To fully trust yourself you need to be free from your fears, self doubts and insecurities.  Once you are, you have the clarity, self-belief and confidence to back yourself 100%, you follow through on action and achieve personal and professional success far more easily.

I am so excited as I just completed running our 61st NLP certification training.  During our training, our students experience a highly personalised transformation, which assists them to totally trust and believe in themselves.  I am so incredibly proud of our new Master Practitioners and how much they have transformed themselves over 16 empowering days! They stepped up to every challenge and excelled. Congratulations to our class of straight “A” graduates and thank you for your incredible commitment. We had so much fun learning and growing and it was a real joy to share this experience with such amazing people.

After 16 wonderful days of learning, growth and transformation, these excited Master Practitioners enjoyed a relaxing last day of training on Sunday. Here is one of them totally relaxed, stiff and rigid, and safely suspended across two chairs.  This is ONLY possible if you fully trust yourself.  What else can these amazing Master Practitioners do? You can see more exciting photos at Qt’s Facebook page.

Are you stuck in overanalyis, fear and inaction?  Or are you trusting yourself to take action towards a more successful career/business, relationship and life?

Here is how to empower yourself right away for greater self-trust, self-belief, confidence and success.

I look forward to empowering you.

NB: Performing the above technique safely requires strict supervision by a fully trained and certified NLP and Hypnotherapy Trainer who will ensure that all students adhere to the strictest safety protocols during all exercises and techniques. This technique is to never be performed by an untrained person.

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Supporting World Mental Health Day & Mental Health in the Workplace

Supporting World Mental Health Day & Mental Health in the Workplace

10th October 2017

World Mental Health Day is on the 10th October 2017, with the overall objective of raising awareness and support of mental health issues around the world.  Mental health in the workplace is the theme of World Mental Health Day 2017.

The World Health Organisation notes that “Globally, more than 300 million people suffer from depression, the leading cause of disability, with many of these people also suffering from symptoms of anxiety. A recent WHO-led study estimates that depression and anxiety disorders cost the global economy US$ 1 trillion each year in lost productivity.”

“A negative working environment may lead to physical and mental health problems, harmful use of substances or alcohol, absenteeism and lost productivity. Workplaces that promote mental health and support people with mental disorders are more likely to reduce absenteeism, increase productivity and benefit from associated economic gains.” (WHO, September 2017 Mental Health in the Workplace Information Sheet).

Because our vision is to create an empowered society, and over the past 16 years we have been dedicated to helping people improve their mental and emotional health, and personal and professional success, Qt is supporting World Mental Health Day.

If you know of family, friends or colleagues who are unhappy in their workplace and/or at home and would like some support, please offer them these free resourcesAlternatively, ask them to email me for a confidential reply.  Thank you for your support in empowering others.

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Five Ways to Stop Misunderstandings

Five Ways to Stop Misunderstandings

When was the last time you had a misunderstanding or a disagreement with someone, either personally or professionally?  How much did that misunderstanding or miscommunication cost you in lost time, effort, energy, rework, duplication or a soured relationship? 

Here are five ways to stop the misunderstandings and improve your personal and professional communication and relationships:

1.  Build instant rapport – Instantly create a feeling of trust and familiarity with anyone you meet, within seconds of meeting them.  A simple way to do this is to observe, then to subtly match or copy their posture ie. how they sit or stand.  This will allow the rest of your communication to be that much more effective.  Remember that people who are like each other, like each other! 

2.  Really listen – When we are caught up with all the thoughts inside our head we can miss out on really hearing what others say to us.  This can lead to misunderstandings in our communication and false assumptions about the other person.  Instead, shift the focus from your internal dialogue (that little voice inside your head) and really listen, hear and focus your attention on what the other person is saying. 

3.  Respect the other person’s model of the world - Each one of us has different experiences, memories, values and beliefs and these determine how we respond and react to situations and the world around us.  Respecting each others’ model of the world enables us to see the other person’s point of view, and helps to avoid disagreements and miscommunication. Rather than disagreeing about whose views are right or wrong, focus on understanding the other person’s perspective first.  This will make an agreement easier to achieve.

4.  Use appropriate words – Tailor the language you use to the other person.  There are four major communication styles: visual (pictures), auditory (sounds), kinesthetic (feelings) and auditory digital (self talk), and each style uses specific words.  Most people use a combination of communication styles and some have a strong preference for one or two styles.  By identifying and utilising their preferred communication style with them, they will clearly see, easily get in touch with and understand what you are saying.

5.  Chunk your information appropriately – Some people need a lot of detail before they can proceed with a task or make a decision, while others simply need to be told the big picture.  Give too much information to a big picture person, and their eyes may glaze over and their thoughts may drift off to other things.  Leave out information for a detail person and they may not be interested in doing a task, not know how to do it or may even ask many questions in order to get the detail they need. 

Flexibility is the key.  I believe that the meaning of communication is the response you get.  So if your communication is not being received the way you intend it, be flexible and adapt to the style and preferences of the other person.  This will assist your message to be clearly understood each time.  

Would you like to be a master communicator, motivator and leader?
I look forward to continuing to empower you!

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Six Steps to Self-Confidence

Six Steps to Self-Confidence

Would you like to stop negativity and self-doubt and have greater confidence and self-esteem?  Are you your own worst critic or very good at beating up on yourself?  Is everything you do never good enough?  Does looking at your reflection in the mirror upset you?  Do you wish you could stop sabotaging your confidence and success once and for all?

I am very excited to share my six steps to self-confidence in my recent interview with The Australian Women’s Weekly Magazine. You can read the full article “The Confidence Key” on pages 86-89 in the September 2017 issue of the magazine out now, and discover how to silence the negative self talk and the six steps to a more confident you.

You can also stop sabotaging your confidence and success, and boost your confidence and self-esteem by:
Enjoy the above resources and support, and I look forward to continuing to empower you!

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My New Book Has Arrived

My New Book Has Arrived!

I am incredibly excited that copies of my new book have just arrived from the publisher, all the way from the UK.  Last month I shared the news with you about being the co-author of the new book, Game Changers: Innovation in BusinessGame Changers: Innovation in Business showcases excellence in innovation across a range of ground-breaking products and services. The thought leaders profiled in this book have successfully managed to enter new markets faster and deeper by viewing gaps in the market as an opportunity to satisfy customer needs as well as accelerate top line revenue growth.

Game Changers: Innovation in Business tells the inspiring real-life stories behind business, product, technology and service innovations while recognising the often-unsung experts who help shape them.

I am thrilled and honoured to be among the 18 thought leaders and entrepreneurs profiled in this bookMy chapter “How to Master the Innovation Mindset” outlines the mindset and behavioural changes that you and your team can make to fast track your ideas, innovations and business growth.  At Qt, we embody this mindset and behaviours, which have also helped us to help our clients and ourselves win innovation and other awards, including being named the 2017 ACQ5 Global Award winner “Australia – Gamechanger of the Year".

To celebrate the arrival of this book, we are offering limited copies of this book at a very special offer until 31st August 2017.  You can even purchase a copy of this book together with a copy of our international best-selling book, Stop Sabotaging Your Confidence book at an extra special offer.  Simply use this link to purchase one or both of these books.

Looking forward to continuing to empower you!

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Do You Have Work Life Balance?

Do You Have Work Life Balance?

Does work-life balance elude you?  Is work-life balance possible for you?  Would you like to have more time for the things and people that are important to you?

I was honoured to be invited as a Monash Alumni, to be a part of the panel of speakers at the recent Alumni Mentoring Leadership event, to inspire current Monash students with advice on work-life balance. It brought back memories walking past the Robert Menzies Building and lecture theatres where I had most of my Economics and Econometrics lectures (as part of my first degree).  

Following this event, I thought I would share some of my thoughts on work-life balance with my followers too.

What is Work Life Balance?

Work life balance is a vague notion which means different things to different people.  Rather than defining work life balance for you, I prefer that you think about what work life balance means to you.  For example, at the above Monash Alumni event I shared what work-life balance means to me – being clear about my priorities in life and then making time for the things and people that are important to me.  

Think about what work life balance means to you:
  • What are your priorities in life right now?
  • Who are the people you wish to spend more time with personally?
  • Who are the people you wish to spend less time with personally?
  • Who are the people you wish to spend more time with professionally?
  • Who are the people you wish to spend less time with professionally?
  • Which goals are important for you to achieve this year, next year, etc?
  • What activities or hobbies do you enjoy and wish to spend more time enjoying?
  • What activities do you wish to spend less time doing?
  • Is it possible for you to make the above changes?
  • If not, what prevents you from making those changes?
  • What distractions are you allowing to get in the way of your desired balance?
How to Regain Balance

Your answers to the above questions will help define what work-life balance means to you.  Then once you have this clarity, you can determine if you now have the balance you seek.  If not, you can manage your time to make sure that you spend your time on the priorities that are important to you, and less time on the rest.  You decide who to spend time with, how much time, what you do with your time and how much you enjoy what you do.  Then you may need to make some decisions in your life to ensure that you have the balance you seek.

This is exactly what I did when I transitioned from working for a major financial institution to running my own company in 2000.  That decision to transition was the best decision as it has helped me to create the life and balance that I enjoy.  Think about any decisions you may need to make to create the balance you seek.

Reviewing Balance

Because our priorities can change over time, it is important to review the above to make sure that the way you spend your time reflects your current priorities.  You will also know it is time to review balance when you pay attention to the warning signs.  Some of these may include:
  • Not wanting to go to work when you are normally motivated (this was my warning sign to transition)
  • Feeling exhausted or emotionally drained when you usually have energy
  • Little or insignificant things stress you, frustrate you, annoy you
  • The fire/spark in your belly goes out
  • Feeling unhappy or dissatisfied about life/work/relationships/health
  • Regretting missing out on things that once you had time for
  • Resenting doing things that you used to enjoy
  • Resenting people in your life/at work
  • etc.
Pay attention to the early warning signs and act upon them right away.  If you leave them unaddressed for too long it may cause additional stress or other challenges.

Here are some free NLP resources to help you with getting clarity, your desired balance and success.  You are also welcome to post your questions below or email me for a confidential reply.

Looking forward to continuing to empower you.

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Why Happiness Eludes Most People

Why Happiness Eludes Most People

Are you lacking happiness in your career, relationships or in life?  Does happiness keep eluding you regardless of what you do?  Would you like to stop seeking happiness and live a happy life?

Many people seek happiness, yet why do they fail to find it?  I am regularly asked to help people to be happy in their career/business, relationships and life.  Based on my experience in working with thousands of people, below are some thoughts to assist you…

The Top 3 Ways that Most People Sabotage their Happiness

1.   They are unclear about what happiness is

Happiness is a positive feeling – a state of contentment.  Different people experience happiness at different times. Some people feel happy spending time with their family, others feel it while engaging in a hobby, passion or fun activity, while helping others or simply by being grateful in the moment, etc.  

You may have already experienced happiness, yet because you had no way of “measuring” it, it eluded you.  It is difficult to know when you have achieved or experienced something if you never put in place a way of knowing when you have it. It is also difficult to find something that you are vague about. Your brain is made to look for specifics – it needs detail so it knows what to focus on so that you can obtain it.  

Here are a few questions to help you get clear about what happiness is for you:
  • What safe experiences have you had in the past where you felt truly happy?
  • How did you know you felt truly happy?  What did you see, hear, feel, taste, smell or tell yourself at the time?
  • How could you have similar and safe experiences again to feel that happiness more often?
2.   They wait for something they can experience now

Many people wait to be happy. They wait for “something” to happen so that they are happy – yet they are unclear about that “something” or how to get there.  The goal posts are never defined so it is hard to experience or achieve (as explained above).

Worse still, they compare their life with an ideal/perfect happy moment.  They fail to recognise the moments of happiness along the way because they focus too much on the perfect/ideal happy moment that will happen one day.  Instead, be grateful for the happy moments each day/week and the sum total of these will build into a series of happy memories, and a more consistent feeling of happiness.

The good news is that you can feel happy now!  Because our memories have emotions attached to them, you can feel happiness any time you think of a past happy memory.  So there is no need to wait to feel happy because you can feel that emotion right now if you wish.  If you have ever felt happy before at any time in your past (e.g. a wedding, birth of baby, any celebration, holiday, a success, etc.) you can feel happy again.  Simply think about that time now and you will feel the happiness you felt at that time (unless the third reason below gets in the way).  

3.   They are disconnected from the moment

Some people are so disconnected that they fail to be fully present and to experience the emotions they feel in the moment.  They are distracting themselves from feeling emotions and being happy.  Other people are unable to feel positive emotions easily because of their negative emotions, limiting beliefs, self doubts, traumatic experiences, etc.  For example, they have too much anger, hurt, resentment, sadness, trauma, fear, grief, depression and other negative emotions preventing them from feeling happy.

Alternatively, they may have limiting beliefs such as “I don’t deserve to be happy” so they deny themselves happiness because of that belief – that belief becomes self-fulfilling and, therefore, they sabotage their happiness.

The World Happiness Report 2017 notes that “Variations in levels of happiness can be explained by economic factors (such as income and employment), social factors (such as education and family life), and health (mental and physical).  Mental health explains more of the variance of happiness than income does.”  This is what I have observed in working with clients – regardless of economic and social factors, mental and emotional health is a significant contributor to your happiness.  After all, happiness is a state of mind.

How to be Truly Happy

To be truly happy, here is a suggested action plan to help you:

1.   Define what happiness is to you
2.   Decide on how you will know when you feel happy
3.   Do things that make you feel happy – enjoy and be in the moment to feel the happiness
4.   Give yourself permission to feel happy now
5.   Address any negative emotions, limiting beliefs, self doubts, traumas, etc. that sabotage your happiness so can more easily and consistently experience happiness

Here are some free NLP resources to help you to stop sabotaging your happiness so that you can live a happy life.  You are also welcome to post your questions below or email me for a confidential reply.

Looking forward to continuing to empower you.

Reference: World Happiness Report 2017
Editors: John Helliwell, Richard Layard and Jeffrey Sachs
Associate Editors: Jan-Emmanuel De Neve, Haifang Huang and Shun Wang

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Qt and Dr Vesna Win 2 Global Awards

Qt and Dr Vesna Win 2 Global Awards

We are thrilled to share more exciting news with our wonderful community.  Qt and Dr Vesna Grubacevic just received two more global awards:
  • Qt was named the 2017 ACQ5 Global Award winner “Australia – Strategic Business Advisory Company of the Year”
  • Dr Vesna was named the 2017 ACQ5 Global Award winner “Australia – Gamechanger of the Year"

Jake Robson, Group Editor of the ACQ5 notes that “the 12th Annual ACQ5 Global Awards honour the leading deal teams, firms and professionals whose activities set the standard for our markets. This year, companies and individuals, representing every major market in the world, became finalists for the awards.”

ACQ5 Global Awards cover global categories, best-in-class awards in all regions in over 100 countries around the world.  Robson continues, “the 2017 ACQ5 Global Award winners represent the best of breed in all industry sectors and have earned these honours by standing out in a group of very impressive finalists.”  Award winners are chosen by their readership and a record-breaking 83,121 nominations were received this year.

“Voters were encouraged to base their decisions on addressing professionalism: experience, value for money & responsiveness in order for ACQ to derive a numerical rating from 1 – 5. In that sense, this poll should be considered a reflection of how professionals view any practice, individual or related sector supplier in terms of overall quality of service.  Only nominees receiving an average 4-star rating or above achieved a short-list status.”

You can read the global winners’ award list and our award wins on page 10 of the award publication  You can also learn more about “How to Master the Innovation Mindset”, which has also helped us to help our clients and ourselves win innovation and other awards, in Dr Vesna’s latest book “Game Changers: Innovation in Business”.

These awards reflect our ongoing commitment to successfully empowering professionals and businesses, as well as training and certifying even more practitioners in our transformational techniques.  All of which support the achievement of our vision - to create an empowered society.

Congratulations to all the other award winners and a very grateful thank you to all our wonderful clients, Qt team, network of colleagues and ACQ team and the readers/voters for this honour.  Your incredible support drives us to continue to excel in supporting you.

With gratitude…

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