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October 15, 2006



Artie, the sign of a good speech is how well it ages. Thirteen Augusts later, your speech still shines, thanks to your humor and (dare I say) the wisdom it imparts, ever so sneakily. The three lessons - learn to tell stories, with your art, art is significant not an extravagance and be courageous and lead by being the first to applaud - applaud to appreciate and applaud often! - work well beyond art, for leaders, founders of startups and parents too! Thank you.

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