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03/21/2011

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Derek

We did a similar Lulu Goal Setting activity here at CF Morristown. What a great experience and a great way to give yourself direction with specific goals and metrics to measure success in achieving those goals!

Its fun and really worthwhile! Have a great time with it!

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