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February 05, 2011


Roger Conant

Great info, Holly! Shari Storm was the first to launch a blog for a financial institution, but I'll bet she had to give her very best effort to convince her board to do Verity MOM. I've been chasing this "segmenting to women" for a while now. As President Bush said, "it's hard work", but I've always known we had time (and the stats) on our side. (Hope I just live long enough!):-)

Janet Garraty

This is great, Holly. I am meeting with an insurance broker president looking to get his message out to my audience, which is decidedly female. I believe much of this information can be translated for his business as well. Thank you very much.

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Great effort to describe an unseen stuff between a man and a woman. One can change his attitude in much positive way after reading this article.


Truly agree Holy with all the points you have mentioned in above article specially changes appreciation.

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Well usually i let my wife to make the accounts and stuff like that because she better on that than me, and she really seems to enjoy, when i meet her a few years ago she never work in administration but know she's working in one HP offices as administrator and she never make studies or something related, she's just good at it.


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Dr. Shari was my mentor in the world of hetalh and nutritional medicine. I was fortunate to have her as my professor at the University of Bridgeport. She was a rare, bright shining light of inspiration and courage in the field of natural hetalh and life in general. She was a dynamic instructor the best teacher imaginable. Brilliant, courageous, fun, inspiring, supportive, encouraging!! I feel the world is a lonelier place without her unbridled, galvanizing spirit amongst us. As practitioners, as friends, we have a responsibility to carry forth her teachings and spirit that's the best way to honor her and thank her for making us and the world a better place to live in. It's painful knowing I won't be seeing her again. But I will always see her smile and always hear her voice. Shari, I'm so grateful and honored to have known you. Thank you. Patrick Moore

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