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“You took the time to understand the business before contributing your clear and effective advice. Your ideas were really helpful, and you pin-pointed the key problems with our company. Thank you for all your help over the last two years."
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Tom Asher, ArtVenture
clothing manufacturer and retail mail-order firm
“It felt good to talk about the issues I’m facing and to be understood. I appreciate the concrete suggestions and look forward to another session.”
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market researcher
“I am impressed with Claude’s ability to educate and understand. He had a good feel for our special needs. I especially enjoyed the collaborative and cooperative manner in which he works.”
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non-profit development professional

It was the best of times.
It was the worst of times.
It was the age of wisdom.
It was the age of foolishness.
It was the epoch of belief.
It was the epoch of incredulity.
It was the season of Light.
It was the season of Darkness.
It was the spring of hope.
It was the winter of dispair.
We had everything before us.
We had nothing before us.
We were all going direct to Heaven.
We were all going direct the other way.

In short, the period was so far like the present period that some of its noisiest authorities insisted on its being received, for good or for evil, in the superlative degree of comparison only.

From A Tale of Two Cities, by Charles Dickens (1859).

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