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Happy Thursday! Are you crushing it this week? Real quick ... I'm pushing a lot great stuff to my new
 

@JeremyCee

September 15 · Issue #11 · View online
Hi friend! I'm looking forward to sharing all sorts of awesome tidbits from the lands of #Mobile, #Marketing, #Strategy, #Privacy, #VR, #UX, #ProductManagement and #LeanProduct!

Happy Thursday! Are you crushing it this week?
 
Real quick … I’m pushing a lot great stuff to my new'ish Facebook Page. Go give it a “Like” if you’re into that sort of thing. Bonus points if you set it for Notifications or at least “See First”. I actually pay my hard earned $$ to get the best posts in front of your eyeholes!
 
Now back to the goods! What are you liking from the mix of content I send you? Reply back and tell me what you’re going to be tackling in the home stretch of 2016!
Picked up a bunch of new subscribers when I sent the last episode so people must be sharing it to their network/friends. THAT MAKES ME WEEP TEARS OF JOY, PEOPLE!!!
Enjoy your Thurs, Fri and weekend! Let’s GET IT!
 
- @JeremyCee


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