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  2. Hello Michael. A friend of mine emailed me a link to a version of this video of yours ( I like the message so much that I traced it back to you so I can thank you personally. I will be sharing the original on my Facebook page so you get proper credit.

    Once again, thank you for the reminder of what will matter.

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  3. Hi Michael, congratulations!!!!I love your website and theme! So powerful.
    I am a certified Consultant with Proctor Gallagher Institute and also the National Account Manager for the Passion Test for Business. We identify “what matters most” for people in life and for their business success. I’d love to connect with you to see if we can develop some collaboration. My website is Wishing you an amazing day.

  4. Hi Michael, I am moved and touched by this powerful poem, I want to share with some one dear to me that has a lot of anger, resentment, pain and suffering, I think this will bring a new perspective in life for him., do you have it translated in Spanish? Thank you.

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      I am looking into this. I believe we do and that one of our Character Counts! trainers in Puerto Rico is in possession of it. I have emailed her and will get back to you and also post it to our site next to the English translation for everyone to benefit from. Thank you!

  5. I wish you would send me the poem, WHAT WILL MATTER to the ‘other’ melody – it is so much more beautiful than the one that I just listened to.

  6. Michael,
    I hope you don’t mind, but I was so touched by your poem that I decided that I wanted to share it with all of my clients to let them know how much each of them “Matter’s to Me” because each of them had a part in making me who I am today. I regret not staying in closer touch with many of them, life has a way of getting in the way of what often is really important. Thank you for making it possible for me to say Thank You to each of them through your poem “What Will Matter!”

    Warmest regards
    Richard Kelsheimer

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