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Being A Leader And The Effective Exercise Of Leadership, Edmonton Alberta Canada, September 2018

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7 Actions to Prepare You For Your Course

1. Join the Pre-Classroom Webinars

You are invited to join the (optional) Pre-Course Webinars as an opportunity to support your study of and engagement with the Pre-Course Readings and Assignments. These webinars are also a good place to get your questions about the material answered and to share what is opening up as you engage with the material. (Click the webinar title to register)

Date Webinar Title Time
August 15th, 2018 Making the Pre-course Reading Real in Your Life and Leadership 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm MST
August 22nd, 2018 All About the Leadership Project Q&A 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm MST
August 29th, 2018 Making the Pre-course Reading Real in Your Life and Leadership 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm MST
September 6th, 2018 Last call for Pre-reading & Leadership Project questions 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm MST

2. Register for Your Coaching Call Webinars

As part of your assignments, you are required to be on one of two coaching webinars between session 2 & 3 and one of two coaching webinars between sessions 4 & 5.

You are welcome to be on all of the webinars.

Click the link(s) of the webinar you wish to register for.

Date Webinar Title/Registration Link Time
September 26th, 2018 Coaching Webinar #1 – Between Session 2 & 3 12:00 PM PT
October 2nd, 2018 Coaching Webinar #2 – Between Session 2 & 3 12:00 PM PT
October 24th, 2018 Coaching Webinar #1 – Between Session 4 & 5 12:00 PM PT
October 31st, 2018 Coaching Webinar #2 – Between Session 4 & 5 12:00 PM PT

Please note that an email will come from Zoom after you have registered and it will contain your unique URL for each webinar as well as an occasion to add to your calendar.

If you manually input the occasion into your calendar, please ensure you add your unique link.

3. Access the Pre-Course Readings & Assignments

The pre-course readings and assignments are an integral part of the course and serve as the foundation for what happens beginning on Course Day One. You are required to read this material and complete the assignments before beginning the course on Tuesday, September 11th, 2018. Download your files here.

4. Complete the brief pre-course survey

Complete the pre-course Survey before September 11th, 2018, and after you have completed your pre-course readings.

5. Sign NDA

Each participant is required to sign an NDA to protect the proprietary content and methods of the course.

Please click here to download the NDA and sign and email back to [email protected] before September 17th.

6. Electronic Devices & Attire

What to bring to your course: A tablet, laptop or smartphone

You will need a device with the capability to access the internet and open PDF files to view assignments and handouts. Also, on a regular basis throughout the course, we will provide an electronic link to the slides that have been delivered. NOTE: No open devices are permitted during the course sessions. If you feel it is necessary, you may take handwritten notes.

Business Casual Attire

The requisite attire for the course room is business-casual. For leisure time resort-casual is appropriate. You may want to bring a clothing layer in case the course room is cold.

7. Review What You Agreed to When Registering

It is can be very easy to click those boxes saying ‘I Agree’ and then forget what we agreed to.  You may have noticed by now being a participant of the Being A Leader And The Effective Exercise Of Leadership is NOT a normal experience! In fact we are committed that everything related to your participation and interaction with the course is an on-the-court opportunity to experience the course material in action.  For this reason, we thought it would be useful to put the Terms & Conditions agreements (aka your word) in a place that you could see it beyond when you clicked that  “I Agree” box. What follows are the Terms & Conditions you agreed to as a registrant of the course. We recommend you put these into existence for yourself in a way, in which they will be present for you when it comes time to keep your word. Participants must agree to these Terms & Conditions to complete their registration. For the purposes of the Being A Leader And The Effective Exercise Of Leadership Course the following Terms & Conditions will be related to as your word.

  • I have read and understand the refund and transfer policy as stated.
    • The tuition is non-refundable and fully transferable.
    • You may transfer your registration to a new course within a year of the original purchase only once.
  • I agree to thoroughly read all email communications from Unstoppable Conversations (UC) and will respond to requests regarding my participation in the course.
  • I agree to read and complete the assigned Pre-Course Reading & Assignments before the course begins, September 11th, 2018. This reading will be provided a minimum of 3 months prior to the start of the course.
  • I agree to complete the Post Course Evaluation within 15 days after the completion of the course.
  • I agree to attend all sessions of the course.

Something Important to Know
About this Course

Given what we are promising you from your participation in the Course, plan to be free of any outside obligations during the in-person delivery days. During each break (including the lunch break and the evenings) there will be assignments for you to complete individually and/or with your group. As a result, please plan to reserve the entire day and a portion of the evening of each class day.

Between the in-person delivery days, you will also be responsible for completing individual and group assignments.

The course is challenging and will require a good deal of intellectual effort on your part inside and outside the classroom. Given all of the foregoing, it will support you in realizing the promise of the course if you think about it as a leadership intensive - something well beyond the average classroom experience.

Additional Note About the Program

While items of a personal nature are openly discussed throughout this course, we rely on you to maintain respect for each participant regardless of the material that is shared. Furthermore, consistent with professional business conduct and current laws, the instructors do not tolerate any form of harassment, including sexual harassment, in our programs.

Unstoppable Conversations’ Being A Leader, Edmonton Alberta, September 2018

Course Days 1 & 2: Tuesday, Sept 11th – Wednesday, Sept 12th, 2018
Course Days 3 & 4:  Tuesday, October 16th – Wednesday, October 17th, 2018
Course Days 5 & 6:  Tuesday November 13th – Wednesday November 14th

Daily Course Schedule

NOTE: End times are approximate except for start time and completion time.

To participate you must attend all sessions

Sessions 1*- 6**
8:00 am – 8:45 am: Breakfast available (optional)
9:00 am – 1:15 pm:  Course Sessions (includes AM break)
1:15 pm – 2:30 pm:  Lunch
2:30 pm – 6:30 pm:  Course Sessions (includes PM break)

 

*Course Day 1 -Join us at 7:00pm for an opening cocktail reception (location TBD)

**Course Day 6 – Join us at 7:00pm for a graduation celebration cocktail reception (location TBD)

Assignments

Day 1 Morning Break

Assignments:

Worlds Constituted by Conversational Domains

Take some time to look at a field of interest and activity in your life in which you have performed with critical know-how and competent action, or even mastery.

  1. What know-how and activities constitute the conversational domain for that world?
  2. Discover for yourself that the level of achievement you attained in that world required a conversational domain.

Look into the following two questions. You may not have a perfect answer to either or both of them.

  1. Say what it looks like when you have some level of mastery in a conversational domain and tell another person what it looks like.
  2. Struggle with this: If you show me a world, what am I going to see?

Day 1 Lunch Break

Assignments:

Mastery Requires Discovering For Yourself

  1. What does it look like to master something? If you have mastered something in your life, say what that is, and share what it looked like to be a master.
  2. What is it to understand (to grasp conceptually)? What is it to discover for yourself what you have already understood?
  3. What does it look like to engage with this course from the perspective of what you already know? What does it look like to engage with this course from the perspective of discovery and wonder?

Day 1 Afternoon Break

Assignments:

The Tranquilized Obviousness

The Tranquilized Obviousness Catch yourself, at least from time to time, having gone through life, encountering life with tranquilized obviousness – in the petty pace of life.

Day 1 Evening Break

Assignments:

Choosing the Way a Leader Chooses

A. Conduct an experiment to observe the difference in the way in which your word occurs for you when you have chosen as contrasted with when you are merely agreeing to or simply accepting (going-along-with).

  1. Take out the handout you received with the conditions for realizing the promise of this course and the course rules of the game.

With the first two conditions for realizing the promise of this course, give your word to honor those conditions by saying and completing out loud to your partner the sentence on the following slide:

 

I choose to give my word to you, the course instructors, the rest of the participants, and myself that I will …  And I give you my word that I will honor that word.

Fill in the ellipsis (…) with what you are giving your word to – namely, each of the first two conditions for realizing the promise of the course

 

  1. Now compare the way in which your word occurs for you (shows up for you) when you have agreed to or accepted or gone-along-with (as you probably did when you read the pre-course material) in contrast with the way in which your word occurs for you when you choose to give your word and actually give it.
  2. For those of you for whom the conditions you worked with occur differently because you chose them as your word, notice any difference in your experience of them (any difference in your attitude or state of mind, or your emotions or feelings, or your body sensations, or your thoughts).  Share what you see with your partner.
  3. Get yourself clear that nothing has changed in the conditions or rules, only in the context in which you hold them.  Also get yourself clear that it was nothing more than a certain use of language that left you with a more powerful relation with those conditions and rules, and by the way, also with your word.

B. Choose to complete this course or choose not to complete this course.

Choose to complete this course or choose not to complete this course.  And, make that choice the way a leader chooses.

Be clear that if you choose to be in this course that means you have also chosen to give your word to honor each of the conditions for realizing the promise of this course, and chosen to give your word to honor each of the course rules of the game.

Day 2 Morning Break

Assignments:

The Power of Context

  1. What of your way of being and acting is not impacted by some context? (This might be easier by first examining the impact of context on your way of being and then examining the impact of that context on your actions.)

NOTE: For those of you for whom it has already become obvious that all of your ways of being and acting are impacted by some context, you still have to see if you can falsify what you think you already know and understand until it becomes something you have actually discovered for yourself.

  1. In at least two different situations in your life, discover for yourself what would happen to your way of being and acting if you created a new context for each of those situations.
  2. To what degree are you cognisant of the context that is shaping your way of being and acting?
  3. How important is context to your effectiveness and to your quality of life?

NOTE:  We have given you these assignments not to increase your understanding of what we covered, but so that you begin to discover for yourself the totality of the power of context to use you

Again, until you discover for yourself the power of context to impact your way of being and acting, the context for leader and leadership you will create for yourself in the course won’t leave you being a leader and exercising leadership effectively as your natural self-expression.

Day 2 Lunch Break

Assignments:

Share your response to the following question with your Group:

What will I accomplish through my participation in this course?

Create for yourself something so extraordinary that it is worth your being in this conversation for seven days.  In other words, what are you putting at stake? (Interact with your group members to arrive at a statement of what you could get out of being in the course until you are inspired, touched, and impacted by the possibility of getting what you created.)

Day 2 Afternoon Break

Discover for yourself that:

The way the situation I am dealing with occurs for me is shaped and colored by my context for that situation.

And, my way of being and acting are naturally correlated with (in-a-dance-with) the way the situation I am dealing with occurs for me.

Occurring

Regarding “What You Are Dealing With” for your project, how do each of the following occur for you?

  1. The circumstances on which you are acting
  2. The circumstances in which you are acting on whatever you are acting on
  3. You yourself in acting on whatever you are acting on in the circumstances in which you are acting.

Day 2 Evening Break Until Session #3

Assignments:

Out Here” 

  1. Discover for yourself that you go through life as if everything is either “here” or “there” – that life occurs for you in the spatial structure called “here” and “there”. That is, you have gone through life living as, “where I am is here and everything not me is there”.
  2. Over and over, practice being “out here”. Go outside and see if you can be out here with the clouds and then see if you can be out here with the trees, or even out here with other people.
  3. Notice who you are being when you occur for yourself as what-is-going-on-with-me-internally, as contrasted with who you are being when you occur for yourself as the one for whom life shows up (and by the way, this includes who you are being when what is going on with you internally shows up for you as merely when what is going on with you internally).
  4. MAYBE: Consider the possibility that who you are is not the thing for which it all shows up, rather consider who you are is nothing more and nothing less than the showing itself.

By 9 p.m. this evening, we will be making the Day 1 & 2 slides and assignments available to you.

Between now and Day 3:

  1. Review the entire Day 1 & 2 slides at least once
  2. Bring the assignments to your life and discover what engaging in them makes available to your leadership and in particular for your leadership project
  3. Meet as a group (in person, over the phone or video conference) at least twice. Have each group member share what they have discovered
  4. Be on at least one of the following coaching calls Sept 26th or Oct 2nd @ 12:00 p.m. MST

Day 3 Morning Break

Assignments:

What must be present and what must not be present?

List at least three characteristics of a leader and of the exercise of leadership that must be present and must not be present. 

  In order to be a leader, what must be present?

  In order to be a leader, what must not be present?

  In order to exercise leadership effectively, what must be   present?

  In order to exercise leadership effectively, what must not   be present?

Day 3 Lunch Break

Assignments:

Linguistic Abstractions

Come back able to say the following as if it were your own:                                                  

As linguistic abstractions,    leader and leadership create leader and leadership as  

      realms of possibility

        in which when you are being a leader all possible ways of being are available to you,   and

           when you are exercising leadership all  possible actions are available to you.

Day 3 Afternoon Break

Assignments:

Integrity

  1. Which of the factors contributing to the Veil of Invisibility are you most susceptible to? (Your assignment will include the eleven factors for your reference.)
  2. Are there certain situations or certain people where one or more of the factors are more prevalent?

Day 3 End Day

Assignments:

Linguistic Abstraction

  1. Get yourself clear about the following definition of linguistic abstraction.

What we mean by linguistic abstraction is based on dictionary definitions of these two words*: an abstract entity that is created (constructed) in language and generates a realm of possibility that is separate and distinct from, that is, exists apart from actual instances or examples of itself, and apart from concepts and definitions of itself.

  1. Get yourself clear about the conversational domain for leader and leadership that is linguistic abstraction.

As linguistic abstractions,    leader and leadership create leader and leadership as  

      realms of possibility

        in which when you are being a leader all possible ways of being are available to you, and

         when you are exercising leadership all possible actions are available to you.

The point is: mastering leader and leadership as realms of possibility leaves you free to be and free to act.  If in a leadership situation you are thinking about the way you are supposed to be or what you are supposed to do, you are unlikely to be effective.  Likewise, with having any focus on the way you shouldn’t be or what you shouldn’t do.

Being Authentic About Your Inauthenticities

During this break, identify three of your inauthenticities and acknowledge each of them with another person.

As a reminder:

Being authentic is being and acting consistent with who you hold yourself out to be for others (including who you allow others to  hold you to be), and who you hold yourself to be for yourself.

The path to authenticity is being authentic about your inauthenticities.

Day 4 Morning Break

Assignments:

During this break, find at least two people with whom you have not yet spoken, and share at least one thing that you  discovered in completing your break assignments.  Practice being authentic.

Come back from the break ready to share.

Day 4 Lunch Break

Assignments:

Authentic Listening

The “certain kind of listening” that leaves the speaker “complete” is a listening that leaves the speaker with the experience that he or she has actually been “gotten”, not just listened to, or even understood.

That is, a listening that leaves the speaker with the experience that where you the listener are, there is an exact duplication of what exists where the speaker is.

At this break, practice Authentic Listening.  We recommend you select a person who does not have the same ideas or positions as you do.  Get where you, the listener, are an exact duplication of what exists where the speaker is so that you leave the person speaking with the experience that what was there is now where you are.

Leader and Leadership as Phenomena

Come back from the break able to say the following as your own:

As phenomena, leader and leadership exist in the sphere of language,

whether that be literally speaking, or speaking in the form of writing, or

speaking and listening to yourself, that is, thinking,

or the speaking of your actions, as in “actions speak  louder than words”, or in

providing a certain kind of listening.

Day 4 Afternoon Break

Assignments:

“Your way of being is most forcefully given by the past.”

Given that your way of being is most forcefully given by your past, during this break discover for yourself the future you are living into.  Share this future with your group.

Day 4 End of Day

Assignments:

The Cosmic Joke

Tell the Cosmic Joke until it makes you laugh!

First line of the joke:  The past has nothing to do with who you are or the way you act in the present!  (This first line says that the present is not shaped by or even influenced by the past.  Remember, this is a joke.)

Second line: The present is given by the future into which you are living!  (“given” means, determines your view of yourself and life, impacts your thoughts and feelings, and shapes your actions.)

The third line of the joke is a question:  If it is true that the past does not impact the present, rather that the present is given by the future into which you are living, how come it seems so clear, and everyone including the experts believe, that the present is shaped by the past?

Punch line:  If it is true that 1) the present is given by the future, and 2) you put the past into the future, it will seem to you that the past is shaping the present!  (It is as though there is a two-drawer file cabinet, one labeled “past” and one labeled “future”, and you unwittingly file your past in the future drawer!  All the evidence will leave you and others believing that the present is unquestionably given by the past.)

Conclusion:  If you leave the past in the past, that is to say, if you do what you need to do to complete the past for yourself, while being informed by the past, you can create a future to live into.  Remember, the way you see life in the present, what you think and feel, and the way you act, are given by the future into which you are living.

Going Through Life and “Out Here” 

  1. Continue looking at that the way you have been going through life – that is, that you have been functioning on:
  • a representation of it;
  • a two-dimensional picture of it; or
  • a concept of it.
    1. Over and over, practice being “out here”.  See if you can be out here with everything and everyone you encounter.
    2. Consider that maybe who I am really is the possibility (clearing) in which it all shows up.

    Three of Four Foundational Factors

    Share your responses to the following with your group on this break:

    1. Identify two areas of your life in which you have been inauthentic.
    2. What is an issue, cause, or purpose that gives you being and action that is bigger than yourself?
    3. In what area of your life are you not being cause-in-the-matter?

    Your Leadership Project and the Four Foundational Factors

    1. Regarding your Leadership Project, identify one important issue or area that is out of integrity.  Who or what is being impacted by that out-integrity?
    2. Say what your Leadership Project would look like for you to have fully and completely dealt with that out-integrity.
    3. Where could you bring authenticity to your project?
    4. What is it in your leadership project that gives you your being and action that is bigger than you are?
    5. What can you be cause-in-the-matter of regarding your leadership project?

Day 5 Morning Break

Assignments:

What it Looks Like to Live Into a Created Future

Discover the difference in your experience of what it looks like when you are living into a past-derived default future as contrasted with what it looks like when you are living into a created future.

  1. Review the Five Design Elements for Creating a Created Future (they will be included in your assignment), and make them your own. Be able to say what each of the design elements looks like on the court.
  2. In reviewing the Five Design Elements for Creating a Created Future, regarding the future you are creating for your project (an area of your life in which you specified you intend to exercise leadership), which element is missing or which element could be bolstered?

Leader and Leadership as Domains

Be able to say the following as your own and be able to tell someone else what that looks like on the court.  

As domains,

   leader and leadership exist in the temporal sphere of

     a created future,

        a future that fulfills the concerns of the relevant parties,

           that the leader and those being led come to live into,

               which future gives them being and action in the present consistent with realizing that future.

Day 5 Lunch Break

Assignments:

For each aspect of the Contextual Framework:

  • Be able to say each aspect so that your listener(s) gets the meaning of what you say.
  • Be clear on what each phrase says and be able to tell your listener(s) what that looks like on the court.

As linguistic abstractions, leader and leadership create leader and leadership as  

      realms of possibility

         in which when you are being a leader all possible ways of being are available to you, and

               when you are exercising leadership, all possible actions are available to you.

As phenomena, leader and leadership exist in the sphere of language,

          whether that be literally speaking, or speaking in the form of writing, or

                 speaking and listening to yourself, that is, thinking,

                          or the speaking of your actions, as in “actions speak louder than words”, or in

                                   providing a certain kind of listening.

As domains, leader and leadership exist in the temporal sphere of            

       a created future,

             a future that fulfills (or contributes to fulfilling) the concerns of the relevant parties,

                   that the leader and those being led come to live into,

                      which future gives them being and action in the present consistent with realizing that future.

Fourth Aspect:  Leader as a Term

As a term, being a leader is defined as,

    committed to realizing a future that wasn’t going to happen

         that fulfills the concerns of the relevant parties, and

                with the availability of an unlimited opportunity set for being and action,

                      being the kind of clearing for leader and leadership that

                            shapes the way the circumstances you are dealing with occur for you

such that your naturally correlated way of being and acting is one of being a leader and exercising  leadership effectively.

Fourth Aspect:  Leadership as a Term

As a term, leadership is defined as

       an exercise in language that results in a created future

            that the leader and those being led come to live into,

                which future gives them being and action in the present that results in

                     the realization of a future (that wasn’t going to happen)

                          which future fulfills (or contributes to fulfilling) the concerns of the relevant parties,

                                  including critically those who granted the leadership (those who lead you and those you lead).

Day 5 Afternoon Break

Assignments:

Already-Always-Listening Assignment

Come back after break ready to share with us a few of your already-always-listenings. Look for those already-always-listenings that are either there at all times or always there in certain situations.

And, tell us in what way those listenings are likely to limit your effectiveness in being a leader.

Do this assignment by finishing the following sentence for at least a few of your already-always-listenings:  “My already-always-listening is ….”

If you construct the statement of each of your already-always-listenings in that way, something gets unconcealed for you that doesn’t get unconcealed when you tell your story about it.

At first, you may not like what you discover in your already-always-listening.  Yet, the more looking you do the more you begin to see.  To give yourself the power to keep digging, keep in mind that the more of your already-always-listening you distinguish and own, the more freedom you will experience in being a leader and in exercising leadership effectively.  As a consequence, you will have the listening required to be a leader who can make things happen with and through others.

End Of Day 5

Assignments:

Racket, a Functional Constraint

  1. Review your life as if it were a movie, and look at yourself as if you were the main character in this movie and find some rackets.  (The more rackets you find the merrier.)
  2. Write a practice letter to someone in your life with whom you have been running a racket and with whom you are willing to create a new relationship. Do not write this letter to someone with whom you are not willing to create a new possibility in the relationship.  Remember that in this letter you are practicing.

The point of this communication is to give up the payoff you get from running this racket in exchange for regaining what that payoff is costing you.  That is, give up the payoff (being right/avoiding being wrong, dominating/avoiding domination, winning/avoiding losing, self-justification/invalidating others) to regain the cost to the quality of your life (affinity/love, vitality/health, happiness/joy, and full self-expression).

The format of the practice letter is:

“Dear [Name],

“Currently I am engaged in a leadership course.  During the course I came to realize that I have been running, what in this course is called, a “racket” with you.  I have come to see this is not a productive way of being and it has actually cost our relationship something I am no longer willing for you or me to continue paying.

“While it is probably obvious for you, what has not been working for me and maybe not for you is…”  [articulate here what is unwanted and yet persists (what you have been complaining about to yourself and sometimes maybe even the person you are writing this letter to) in the exact way in which you have been saying to yourself and maybe even that person].

“What I now realize is that the issue identified above has persisted because there has been a payoff for me in running this racket.

“The payoff that I now see is…”  [articulate here which one of the four payoffs is most prominent in this racket].

“What I also have come to realize is that running this racket on our relationship has cost me, and probably you …”  [articulate here which one of the four costs is most prominent for you in this racket].

[In writing this letter, there will be a space that gets created for you, the writer.  See if you are willing, in this space, to create a new possibility, or stand for something in the relationship.  If so, state it here.]

“I leave you with my…”  [if you created a possibility or stand, put it here, or, if you have not created a possibility or a stand, put something you can create here].

   [Your Name]

Rackets: a bonus opportunity

Based on what you got in the session on Rackets, elevate your practice letter and read it to another person.

Bonus opportunity:

                Call someone or speak to someone in the course with whom you have been running a racket.

                This is an opportunity to transform that relationship.

Day 6 Morning Break

Assignments:

Life Sentence: 

  1. What judgment did you make that became a life-long sentence?
  2. Look at how you operate in your life as-lived and see your Life Sentences at play: “There Is Something Wrong Here”.

Day 6 Lunch Break

Assignments:

Life Sentence: 

  1. What judgment did you make that became a life-long sentence?
  2. Look at how you operate in your life as-lived and see your Life Sentences at play:  “I Don’t Belong” and “I’m On My Own”.

Day 6 Afternoon Break

Assignments:

Speech Acts

What kind of speaking is taking place around you?  (speaking that represents, that is word matches the world, or speaking that creates, that is world matches your word?)

What speech acts would make a difference for your leadership project? For example:

  • What might you declare?
  • What might you offer, and to whom?
  • What promises could you make and to whom and by when?
  • What requests could you make and of whom?

Day 6 End of Day

Assignments:

Make a complete list of your accomplishments

Areas to Look in:

  • Money
  • Relationships
  • Communication
  • Reputation/Credibility
  • Innovation/Risk Taking
  • Courage
  • Peace of Mind
  • Self – Confidence
  • Productivity
  • Freedom from Resentment and Regret
  • Clarity in Decision Making
  • Conflicts Resolved
  • New Partnerships

Share what you have accomplished, and what you discovered that made the accomplishment possible, with at least three of the relevant parties in your project

Include:

  • What inauthenticities you have seen
  • What impact these inauthenticities have had on the project, yourself and others
  • What ontological constraints you have unconcealed
  • Which of the foundational factors you applied

Handouts & Attachments:

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