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I've had the pleasure of developing a friendship with Anastasia over the past year or so, and most recently worked very closely with her on a project here in Istanbul. What a great interview! I wonder if part 2 will reveal what an asset Anastasia is to the networks and "virtual harems" that she's a part of. She's very much a leader in her field. Looking forward to tomorrow's post.

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Whatever we do, we should think twice, then things will be better than past. As the proverb says: all things are difficult before they are easy.

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