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"As a senior HR leader within my organization, I have the good fortune of reading many articles on leadership. I am always on a quest to find the best tips and the greatest leadership ideas to share with the organization's management team. Without a doubt, I get the most 'ah-ha' moments from the Footnotes articles. The simple stories share a compelling tale of how success can be achieved in the most difficult of situations. For me, Footnotes is a must read!"

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“’Footnotes’ brings a personal, professional coaching service directly into my life and my business - so refreshing in a world that becomes increasingly impersonal. One would be hard pressed to locate a magazine that presents as much emotional and intellectual stimulation as ‘Footnotes.’ Your leadership approach is so positive and dynamic that I continue to share each episode with friends and colleagues.”

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“As senior executives we have an important accountability to develop leadership skills of ourselves and our team. ‘Footnotes’ contains a lot of insightful advice about management, leadership and personal effectiveness. It’s a great tool to help me fulfill my accountability to develop the leadership skills of myself and my team.”

Cathy Honor

“Jamie’s ability to share and expand on his own learning experiences is powerful. I am constantly amazed at the valuable lessons he is able to communicate to me.  I learn something new about myself and my leadership each time Jamie touches my life through ‘Footnotes’.” 

Jan Christie

“During my career, I have taken many different courses, but none have had as positive an impact as my work with Jamie.  The ‘Footnotes’ newsletter keeps me thinking and is a constant reminder of the learnings I experienced while working with him.” 

Peter Speers

“The feature of your ezine that positively differentiates you in the market-place (or should I say the ezine and blogosphere) is that you write ‘authentically’.”

“There are so many on-line publications that just throw out more and more theory – I’ve had enough theory to take a dozen lifetimes to implement. When I read 'on-line' (and I do – 15 blogs a day and plenty of ezines) the reason I do it is:

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  2. to ponder on how other great minds are processing the deluge of information that we must all digest.”

“Your writing style makes that onerous task a pleasure – you make 'stuff' apply to real people with real lives. 'Bringing business to life' is an apt tag line – it’s exactly what you do. Keep it up mate.”

Chris Barrow

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