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Insanely great product have spirit

Insanely great product have spirit Insanely great product have spirit
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There is something going on here in life beyond just a job and a family and two cars in the garage and a career.  There is something more going on, there’s another side of the coin that we don’t talk about much (…)  it’s the same thing that causes people to want to be poets instead of bankers, and I think that’s a wonderful thing.  And I think that same “spirit” can be put into products.

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