Albert Einsteins growth mindset and motivation builds businesses

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Albert Einsteins growth mindset and motivation builds fortune 500 companies (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Have you got a growth mindset and motivation button that is helping you get out of your own way? Albert Einstein was not a straight ‘A’ grade student in school. The myth is that to be a great thinker, a world-class performer, successful business person, scientific genius or top producer and contributor to society you must excel in school.

Now according to Bestchild research:

…after a few years of research “A” students are no more successful than “C” students once they’re in the real world. Great achievers come from various backgrounds: science, activists, politics, law, medicine, entertainment, the arts, and athletics. But being a great student or showing a gift towards academics isn’t a prerequisite for high-achievement, success and especially – being happy.

Even more interesting is to see how the trouble-makers and rebels of the classroom really shine when they learn to pursue their fascinations, focus their energy and intentions in non-academic settings. It seems that Rebels and Genius are tied together simply due to their non-conventional thinking.

Now here Albert Einstein was reputed to hold his teachers in contempt and regularly played tricks and shenanigans in class. Finally as a result of his disruptive antics and stunts he was expelled from school.

So what was it about Einstein and his temperament that made him excel so dramatically in later life? It has been called a growth mindset and traits of the same characteristics are also visible in Richard Branson and many others.

Growth mindset and motivation and being a C grade student

A passionate child development researcher from Bestchild had this to say when he got involved with a local college.

One of the most illuminating conversations I’ve ever had was with a college president and the college’s endowment chairperson. We were talking about how to target fund-raising and refine our message so that the alumni would feel more connected and have a better sense of the difference their financial contributions would make to future generations.

It got very interesting when the president said, “The ‘C’ students are the owners of companies, that includes students who didn’t ever graduate. The ‘B’ students are generally working for the ‘C’ students or they’re lawyers. And most of the ‘A’ students are professors, are in academia and some are doctors. We want to target the ‘C’ student they have the most to contribute.”

Now that is a very markable acknowledgement. The one’s that did less well at school were one’s that founded companies to meet a need, and the one’s that did better at school worked for them in key roles. But how true is this observation? What was it based upon?

I asked how they knew this and they told me they’d “studied the alumni for years” and the incomes remained consistent. Wow! But that got me to thinking about a good deal of the great achievers in history. Scientists, musicians, true political leaders and business tycoons didn’t finish college, some didn’t finish high school. Historically the founders of Fortune 500 Companies (certainly not all) didn’t finish college; most did very poorly in school. Many, many of them started pursuing their passions at some point, and in true ADD fashion, just didn’t give school another thought.

Nearly all Fortune 500s are run by CEOs that have an academic pedigree a mile long, but those aren’t the founders, they didn’t start the company. Certificates and degrees make stockholders comfortable but they don’t mean a thing when you’re creating something, working passionately toward your own interests.

Richard Branson at the Virgin America OC Launch.

Richard Branson didn’t do well at scholl but his growth mindset and motivation is known the world over. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

So is this the nature that can be seen in Einstein too. Not so good at school but passionate about physics and the workings of the universe. Is this growth mindset one of attitude more than anything else?

Over a century ago, legendary psychologist and philosopher William James said, “the greatest discovery of my generation is that a human being can alter his life by altering his attitudes.”

Are these the marks of the likes of Einstein, Branson, Thomas Edison, Walt Disney and Winston Churchill to just name a few with the same characteristics?

It can be like watching a game at play, so when it comes to sport we may come to see this growth mindset more clearly.

According to Southwick a sports and American football examiner:

…when it comes to maximizing our potential in sports, there is a central attitude that stands out above all others. World-renowned Stanford University Psychologist, Carol Dweck, calls this attitude the “growth mindset.” Individuals who embody a growth mindset are those who believe that ability is developed, not inherited.

Is this the Einstein approach of tirelessly developing, moving forward and forever growing?

Growth mindset types believe that “practice makes perfect.” They believe in their potential to develop as they put forth effort and stretch themselves.

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The top American Football and sports stars all exhibit the same growth mindset and motivation (Photo credit:

So what is the opposite of this?

Despite the common sense appeal of this way of thinking, most of society has a “fixed mindset.” This mindset believes the phrase “you’ve either got it, or you don’t.”

Do you find yourself using this as an excuse for giving up on a thing or two. I know I recognise this in more ways than one.

We all know people who think this way. Many of us have had coaches, or teachers, who have told us that no matter what we do, we will never be able to reach the same levels of achievement as those who were born with all the right tools. One glaring problem with the fixed mindset is that it is scientifically unfounded. Modern research has proven that traits and abilities are moldable throughout life.

Now to acknowledge that all things are moldable through out life bring a whole new perspective on the situation, just the same as Einstein’s late in life successes and achievements.

Traits that used to be thought of as permanent, such as IQ, emotional dispositions, and capacity to develop skill, are now shown to be capable of modification.

So individuals that take on a fixed mindset are not able to tap into a human beings’ capacity for change. How many times have you heard the phrase: “Oh, I’m too old to try anything else.”

Is this fixed mindset thinking? Is this when we lock ourselves, firstly mentally, into a small limited box? What if we adopted the approach that anything can be developed, anything can be moldable.

Studies by Dweck and others have shown that individuals with a fixed mindset are less ambitious and hard working, less resilient to failure, less confident, and less successful in general than their growth mindset counterparts.

Whatever your vision, dreams or aspirations may be, you have the capacity to become the type of person who can accomplish your goals, accomplish whatever you want to. Does it take effort?

Yes, it will take untold hours of toil under proper instruction, but you can do it! The first step is to adopt a growth mindset by understanding that wherever you may be at this moment, you have the capacity to develop yourself into a winner.

To be moldable the choice is yours. Get the attitude right, stop listening and repeating those victim stories of defeat in your own head. Even stop listening to the victim stories others put upon you. You can have the growth mindset and motivation if you choose to.

You can have the freedom to be the growth minded Einstein of the 21st century in whatever way you choose. The only limitation is between your ears.

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Millionaire Mindset for Property and Real Estate

Millionaire Mindset

Millionaire Mindset for real estate agents (Photo credit: MyLifeStory)


When people speak of having millionaire mindset with a little bit of delving property seems to be involved along the way.

What about if you are a real estate agent, can you still be a millionaire if you have the right mindset? According to Richard Fournier the answer is a resounding ‘YES’. So how do you get the Millionaire Mindset for real estate?

The Millionaire Mindset for Real Estate Agents

 “The Millionaire Mindset for Real Estate Agents: Master the Real Estate Business & Explode Sales” by Richard Fournier sets out to help frustrated and demoralized real estate agents discover their potential and follow their passion to excel in the always dynamic and changing real estate business.

So Fournier has written a ground breaking book at a time when real estate agents desperately need all the help they can get.

In “The Millionaire Mindset for Real Estate Agents,” Fournier details the rut real estate agents can get into and tackles some myths about the industry that serve only to put limits on success. He explores how desire can fuel success, once those mundane mental barriers are toppled. Once real estate agents develop the Millionaire Mindset, life without limits beckons. What is so different about the way super achievers think? How do they do it? And can you join their ranks and become a mega success in real estate too? Not without shaking off some old habits and learning some new mental tricks!

So do you think getting to the heart of the way super achievers think will leave a track of what needs adjusting?

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Estate Agents and Real Estate agents with the right mindset can step up to the next level and beyond (Photo credit: gusset)

Make a Plan to Make a Million

No one really blunders into becoming a top real estate agent. As the saying goes, a failure to plan is a plan to fail. Fournier shows how to craft your unique blueprint for success, but he’s not talking only about financial success. In “The Millionaire Mindset for Real Estate Agents,” Fournier takes a more holistic look at developing a solid blueprint for spiritual health as well as monetary success.

As Fournier rightly says, “This book is not just about making money. It’s about changing the way you think, the way you plan and set goals. It shows readers how to aim higher to go beyond average to become a real success in real estate and in life.”

Fournier shows and shares that it’s far more than just about money, there are elements and foundations for living an amazing life in all areas other than just financial.

As a real estate agent, as in most professions, most people simply plot along but really want more. If you want more enough to change, Fournier can show you how to make the changes to your mindset and develop the strategies of super achievers to live without limits and enjoy that shining success of your dreams in real life.

Although this book is entitled for real estate agents, this book is a masterful insight for any profession, and any life.

Richard D. Fournier is a top-producing real estate agent, Founder of Richard Fournier International, and co-founder of the Fournier Hughes Real Estate Team and Back Pocket Agent Inc., as well as a devoted family man and mentor to many professionals with a passion for success.

So if you want to explore, understand and learn how to apply the millionaire mindset for real estate agents Fournier’s book is a good place to start. You can check out more details online here.

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The power of the subconscious mind on a Colorado Dark Knight

The power of the subconscious mind on a Colorado Dark Knight (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)Mindset training is a precious gift that can be used for good or even misdirected towards destructive ends when disturbing influences have infiltrated the subconscious mind. The recent shooting at the Colorado Dark Knight film showing highlights the power of the subconscious mind when not kept in check.

But can we learn from such disturbing events? Can understanding the power of the subconscious mind here us recognise if a healthier reprogramming is needed?

The power of the subconscious mind on a Colorado Dark Knight

 The NZHerald had this interpretation of events:

The shooting suspect who went on a deadly rampage inside a Colorado cinema planned the attack with “calculation and deliberation,” police said, receiving deliveries for months which authorities believe armed him for battle.

So it appears that this killers mind had been reflecting and contemplating this event for some time well in advance and not only that he had consistently took action along the way.

Authorities on Saturday removed dangerous explosive materials from inside James Holmes’ Denver apartment a day after police said he opened fire and set off gas canisters in a cinema minutes into the premiere of the Batman film The Dark Knight Rises. The attack left 12 people dead and 58 injured.

His apartment was rigged with jars of liquids, explosives and chemicals that were booby trapped to kill “whoever entered it,” Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates said, noting it would have likely been one of his officers.

So it is quite scary how a mind can conceive of such an elaborate event and the extent to which a person guided by the impressions in their mind can go.

Holmes had recently withdrawn from a competitive graduate programme in neuroscience at the University of Colorado-Denver, where he was one of six students at the school to get National Institutes of Health grant money. He recently took an intense three-part, oral exam that marks the end of the freshman year of the four-year program there.

In a resume posted on, Holmes listed himself as an “aspiring scientist” and said he was looking for a job as a laboratory technician.

The resume, first obtained by The Press-Enterprise in Riverside, paints a picture of a brilliant young man brimming with potential: He worked as a summer intern at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla in 2006 and mapped the neurons of Zebra finches and studied the flight muscles of hummingbirds while an undergraduate at the University of California, Riverside. He also worked as a summer camp counsellor to underprivileged children at a Jewish camp in Los Angeles in 2008.

Security increases following the deadly rampage by a gunman inside a Colorado screening of ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ early this morning.So the profile of this man is not what you would initially describe as that of a killer. It describes a developing and achieving intelligence rather than someone that has failed to accomplish anything notable in their life so far. And the description of ‘brimming with potential’ highlights that inner power that was being gradually uncovered.

So do you find it surprising that such a person created this elaborate killing spree? If a man can accomplish academic achievements, apply his mind to make notable strides forward, even for the good of others – what would trigger a misdirection to such a destructive outcome?

…neighbours and former classmates in California said although Holmes was whip-smart, he was a loner who said little and was easily forgotten until this week.

So what does this describe? Does this describe someone that lacked a level of social skills? Does this describe someone hindered by a certain level of sel-image issues that got in the way of connecting with others?

It was reported that when arrested he said, “I’m the Joker.”

The impressions that we ‘hold’ in our minds will and do direct our actions over time. In a number of the preceding Batman movies the Joker in the movie did perform similar acts of attack that Holmes himself performed.

What do you feed your subconscious mind?How many times Holmes reflected and contemplated these images is unknown. But a method of consciously programming and reprogramming the subconscious mind involves the use of images and visualisations. So if Holmes was a loner, and by definition found connecting with other people on a more substantial level difficult – he may have had a low self image program running.

Now with low self esteem it is not unusual to wish you were like someone you admire who displays the confidence you desire.

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Now Holmes may have found a level of affinity with the Jokers fictional background. The Joker in the Batman stories of the 1940’s and 1950’s took the path of being a mass murderer that left behind smiling corpses in his wake because he considered himself a victim of an unsuccessful try at being a comedian on the stage.

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Holmes would naturally of wanted to reflect and contemplate on himself as being ‘more significant’, and the food that he kept feeding his subconscious mind was far more toxic than helpful. If a slight shift had been made in Holmes mental and physical reality much earlier there may of never been a shooting on a Colorado Dark Knight movie showing.

The power of the subconscious mind

The power of the subconscious mind can change any life dramatically and substantially. It works very much like the tending to a farmers field. It gets ploughed and planted with seeds. When you tend to the field, and nourish those seeds planted nothing is seen for a while, so it could be easy to give up. But with a level of perseverance, the roots establish themselves and grow unseen underground for quite sometime. Then, as if all of a sudden, the first sprouts breakthrough and become known.

If you continue to nourish and tend to the newly growing plants a substantial harvest will develop and become unshakeable.

It’s a shame for everyone involved that Holmes chose such a toxic and destructive set of seeds to sow and tend to. It’s a shame that he did not have the responsiveness and awareness to understand and take note and action that a much more healthy level seeding and subconscious reprogramming was desperately needed.

And even more so that the others around him could of, if consciously aware, offered him other mental food, options and opportunities.

For me I see and recognise the importance of subconscious reprogramming, the seeding process and the conscious awareness of connecting with a loner from time to time. You never know you might do more good than you could ever imagine.

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Richard Branson and the power of the subconscious mind

The power of the subconscious mind and Richard Branson

The power of the subconscious mind and Richard Branson [Image credit: wikipedia]

Positive and success mindset training has a track record of transforming lives but would you like to tap into the power of the subconscious mind so that it unlocks the same functionality as Richard Branson?

So why would anyone want to unlock the same powers as Richard Branson? Well lets look as some of his achievements:

  • He started Virgin Records because no one else would put out Mike Oldfield’s Tubular bells album
  • He expanded his number of Virgin Record Stores from 1 to 20 because he couldn’t pay a large tax bill.
  • He discovered and recorded the music of the Sex Pistols and many others.
  • Created Virgin Airlines on the spot because his flight home with his girlfriend was cancelled.
  • He chartered a 50 seat jet, got $35 from each of the displaced passengers and took them to their vacation in the Caribbean, the Virgin Islands!
  • He is about to launch Virgin Galactic – the first commercial craft to take passengers into space.
  • He hobnobs with rock stars and presidents and lends his name, money and time to charitable causes.
  • He supports causes such as animal rights, fighting AIDS, education, peace and human rights.
  • He is the epitomy of a creative business man that turns problems into opportunities.

So where do we start? It might be helpful if first we qualify what we mean by the subconscious mind.

The power of the subconscious mind

According to Ken Wu:

The prefix ‘sub’ simply means beneath or hidden below and when it is combined with the word conscious, it literally means beneath consciousness. It is a state where you do not have immediate access to under a normal circumstances. The subconscious mind was actually a ‘term’ in the studies of psychology which first theorized by the famous psychologist, Sigmund Freud. He strongly believed that there was a part of mind below our conscious threshold.

The subconscious mind controls every aspect of our lives; belief system, personality and behavior. Through extensive of studies, Freud found out that most of our natural thought processes were deeply rooted there.

Presentation Mindmap: Networked Consciousness

Networked Consciousness and the subconscious mind (Photo credit: inju)

So this is the place where how you act and think is already ‘predetermined’. Sometimes it is called the secondary mind.

So to further qualify that place in your mind where you observe, hear and see thoughts – this is your conscious mind. The sub-conscious is below that.

It’s almost like a canvas that is being painted upon, it absorbs everything that we encounter. It stores them in its own store house system – a memory centre that never forgets anything ever!

How surprising is that, when in our conscious mind we ‘appear’ to forget many things, especially your keys.

So how does the subconscious communicate…

The subconscious takes in information from the world and communicates it to the conscious mind (which mean the YOU right now) through intuitions, impressions or gut feeling – that kind or weird feeling you have inside your stomach or any part of your body.

For example, have you been in that space where you knew that the person you just met will somehow become your friend or even business partner?

Your subconscious mind is actually absorbing the subtle things about them; voice inflection, body movements, deep feelings and metaphorical communication that the conscious might fail to pick up. Some people call that ‘Attraction’ and I totally agree with that because the mind is always attracted to the ‘same-minded mind’.

This attraction is an attraction of something that vibrates at the same or a similar frequency, and as the [highlight color=”yellow”]mind vibrates with the energy of images [/highlight]and thoughts these generate a certain frequency, a certain energetic vibration. Now consciously we may not be aware of this, but unconsciously your subconscious mind is absorbing everything it encounters.

The information that it takes in will become the programming that it will follow when reacting or responding to the world.

Now this pre-programming can be both useful and less than useful. You may or may not be getting what you want in life right now because of the programming that’s been done earlier in your life. These may be from impressions given by parents and relatives, reactions to life events, TV programs watched, books read – the list goes on – all these are a part of the impressions that your subconscious mind feeds on.

You might even subconsciously hate money on some level without consciously knowing it and even though you ‘seem’ to be working hard to generate a certain level of income it seems to elude you, or even when you get it you seem to lose it just as quickly. You fail to recognise how you are subconsciously sabotaging the acts you perform. The subconscious mind is an amusing vehicle, it is not limited to money, it can help or sabotage relationships, your health, your body weight and even your over all well being.

So what can you do about it?

Reprogramming the subconscious mind with the power of Sir Richard Branson

Reprogramming the subconscious mind so that it acts in accordance with what you want is actually easier than it sounds. The subconscious responds mostly to metaphors, symbolic imagery, and indirect commands. One thing that you must always remember is the mind thinks in the form of images; it could never think in words. Even the words that you think of come in the form of images in your mind.

Richard Branson and the power of the subconscious mind

Richard Branson and the power of the subconscious mind [Image credit: wikipedia]

So visualization in itself is an excellent way to reprogram the subconscious mind.

The most creative act for a business person or entrepreneur is to see a problem or obstacle and instantly turn it into an opportunity.

This in itself is not just words. It can simply be taking a step back and having another look, ‘looking’ for the opportunity, looking for the blessing this situation has brought your way. You may not recognise it at first but just keep looking for the blessing and you’ll find it. To help according to Geoff Hoff there are a few questions you can ask whenever you are confronted by an obstacle that can help reprogram yourself for turning it into a ‘Branson’ moment:

  1. This isn’t working, how can I make it work for me?
  2. Now that I can figure out how to make it work for me, how can I make it work for others?
  3. Now that I know how I can make it work for others, how can I turn it into a business?

Asking those questions, or ones like it, will get your subconscious mind churning so it can give you all its lovely inspiration.

Branson is often thought of as a bit of a contrarian. He loves to shake up the “old-school” businesses. He often talks about how all his businesses (he has over 400 of them) started with his frustration at how things were done and conviction that they can be done differently and better.

So here can you get the sense of visualising how you can do it better?

So what frustrates you?

What are you going to do about what frustrates you?

I say, go build a company.

Understanding the power of the subconscious mind and finding ways to reprogram it for your own interpretations of success can be the foundation that will not just transform one life but many.

It’s fun, it’s not too difficult and you’re never too old.

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How to increase mind power with exercise the Will Smith way

How to increase mind power with exercise

How to increase mind power with exercise the Will Smith way [Image credit: wikipedia]

When it comes to success mindset training there are ways that will show you how to increase mind powerwith regular exercise. Recent research has shown that physical exercise can and will make a marked difference to your personal mind power. Will Smith is one exponent of this approach that improves memory and other thinking skills.

According Kathleen Doheny of WebMD Medical News the latest research had this to show.

How to increase mind power with exercise

Your brain isn’t a muscle, but as you age exercise can improve your memory and other thinking skills, a new study shows.

And the exercise doesn’t have to be as rigorous as a marathon, the research suggests.

In the new study, middle-aged men and women who cycled or did a stretching and coordination routine for two hours weekly for six months had improvements in memory and other thinking skills.

So note this is with only 2 hours per week!

Combining the two may provide even better results, says researcher Kirsten Hotting, PhD, a lecturer in psychology at the University of Hamburg, Germany. “I would guess that combining different forms of exercise might enhance their beneficial effects,” she tells WebMD.

The study is published in Health Psychology.

Exercise and Memory: Research Details

In late adulthood, experts say, a region of the brain involved in memory, the hippocampus, shrinks.

Previous research has found that this region had grown a year after older adults began to exercise. That growth was accompanied by improved memory.

So as you get older the hippocampus shrinks naturally, but grows when you regularly do exercise.

For the new study, Hotting wanted to focus on middle-aged adults. She evaluated 68 inactive men and women ages 40 to 56. She assigned them to the stretching program or the cycling program.

She added a group of 18 non-active people as a comparison group.

“The stretching/coordination training started with a short warm-up phase, followed by stretching and strengthening of the major muscles of the whole body,” she says. “Coordination exercises were balance exercises, complex movements of arms and legs, and so on. The training ended with some relaxation exercises.”

It’s interesting to note the structure that it ends with some relaxation exercises…

The cyclists were told to exercise at their target heart rate (as determined by the fitness test) for about 45 minutes, Hotting says. They ended with a cool-down.

Before and after the study, Hotting’s team measured memory and other thinking skills.

Exercise and Memory: Results

The cycling group improved their heart fitness by 15%. The stretching and inactive groups did not have noticeable changes in their fitness.

But both the cycling and the stretching groups did better on the memory test of learning a list of items than the inactive group.

The increase in this test score was linked with an increase in fitness.

The cycling group improved more than the others in the recognition test. It tests long-term retention of learned material.

One surprise finding: The stretching group actually improved more in a test of attention than did the cycling group. In a paper and pencil test, they had to find and mark certain letters quickly.

Exercise and Memory: Improved Blood Flow

The study findings echo previous research, says Scott Small, MD, the Herbert Irving professor of neurology at Columbia University. He reviewed the findings but was not involved in the German study.

Other studies have also found that an increase in fitness is linked with selective improvements in memory, he tells WebMD.

In his own research, Small has found that inactive people who become physically active can increase blood flow to the brain. They then score better on memory tests.

So it appears that the increased blood flow created through exercise has quite an impact on the functioning of the brain and the use of the mind. Will Smith testifies very much to the same end, but he also warns of that ‘little voice’ that pops up in your mind from time to time. He also suggests working on strength training and that this training is a training for life not just for getting fit.

Will Smith and Strength Training

Replace running by strength training. You know that voice Will Smith talks about. It’s the voice in your head that tells you:

  • Don’t go to the gym, it’s too cold
  • Don’t get out of bed at 4am to workout, it’s too early
  • Don’t go for that one more rep to get all 5 reps, it’s too hard

There was a time when I did that, I let a voice in my head tell me what to do (laziness, excuses…). And I realised that did not only happen with workouts.

So as I was analyzing those things in life/workouts I get the conclusion that easy is almost always the “bad” choice.

I see a very strong connection between workouts and how you run your life. I can tell about someones character by training with him.

Become successful in strength training and you’ll become successful in business, career, finance, anything. And the other way around. Because you will have learned that persistence is key to success.

“Learn how to not quit when things get hard in your life”. Strength training pushes your limits. It teaches you life is hard. Your mind will get stronger as your body gets stronger. It takes time, but it will happen.

I feel the advice here, especially when combined with the medical research highlights that there is more than one factor involved in how to improve mind power with exercise, especially strength exercise.

I for one have re-joined a 24 hour gym. I’m putting this strength training to the test. As age naturally increases, life gets busy, excuses get in the way of a regular routine at home. It’s always a case of whatever works for you, exercise at home is fine for many and less so for others.

But don’t believe a word I say. Try it out for yourself. See how it improves your mind power. And when you’re ready for the next level let me know.

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