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December 22, 2019 48 min

As we wrap up this three part series with Principal Kafele we want to express our gratitude for an incredible 2019! We were reminded by Baruti during this interview that above all else we must always remember our purpose and WHY. That is something over the course of this year that we both struggled with at times, but this conversation is such a fitting end to our year of interviews. We're so grateful to our listeners for everything that you've done for us and if you don't mind helping us with one more thing we'd love for you to subscribe to this podcast and let us know how we are doing.

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