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David Barnes is a co-founder at Peace Of Mind Overtures and co-author of Taming Your Dragons: Making Peace with Your Emotions and It’s Just Commerce: Returning Balance to Business. He is the co-host of Peace Overtures Radio Podcast available on Speaker and iTunes.
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