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September 22, 2007

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David Thomas

Hi Jen. Like your blog and direction you are going. I was one of early people in the pollution prevention movement in this country and on the first board of the National Pollution Prevention Roundtable. There are large numbers of examples of companies that became more sustainable through putting more of their raw materials into products, cutting waste, and streamlining their processes. As you point out, some of these companies are doing the best during the downturn and are our future industry leaders.

Jordan

How many books have you personally published and which would you recomend reading the most?

aksale

Miss you https://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=7493276&postID=115030721677538325&page=1

anil

can u tell me something about "personal branding"?

andy vanakin

so where is Luzern anyway?

Dick Stein

I teach college level and my students are clearly confused by all of the terms i.e, equity, essence, image, promise and especially Mantra. Any insight how to make it easier for them to grasp the concept? Dick

Patricia

Hi, Jennifer! That's really a remarkable city! I haven't been there yet, and I wish I would visit it some day. No doubt some cities of Europe are really worth visiting.

John

My favorite Irish Brand is without thinking very long or hard is GUINNESSĀ® EXTRA STOUT !

I buy it at the beer distributor but it's nothing like having it fresh on tap!

I'll go over to your new blog.

Ashling

We've just launched Ireland's first blog dedicated to brands and we'd be interested in any comments you have with regard to brand's you love or brands you love to hate. Drop by www.blogyourbrand.com and leave us a comment!

Ashling

We've just launched Ireland's first blog dedicated to brands and we'd be interested in any comments you have with regard to brand's you love or brands you love to hate. Drop by www.blogyourbrand.com and leave us a comment!

donny suh

HI Jennifer,
Last night was the SW HS reunion and Ashley and I missed you.
She was very proud of what you've accomplished and told me to check your website. I hope you continue your success in your field and hope to see you somewhere in the World.
I travel to many different places for a medical mission and have chance to meet very interesting people arund the globe.
Good luck.

Herman Najoli

It's great to see you blog again after a short absence. I've had your blog on my blogroll for a while and I didn't visit for a couple of months since your posting had slowed down. It's must be pretty hectic working all across Europe. Great to see you escaped for a couple of hours.

Rex Whisman

Jennifer,

I am glad that you have decided to keep your blog. I think it is one of the best I've seen. From your content, it appears that we have similar passions. I too was recently in Zurich. One of my favorite cities. I ahd the opportunity to lecture at a university there.

Auf Widersehen!

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