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October 23, 2019 22 min

Jamie and Ana tackle the reasons why we should share our knowledge and stop trying to keep everything a secret. They look back at the early days of Creative 7 and how things were different at that time when it comes down to the sharing of information. Things have definitely changed for the better. The willingness to share is growing and that means we can grow faster as a society. Check out the video to listen to what Jamie and Ana have to say about this topic. 


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