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Spending priorities

If we can spend a lot of money on gadgets/subscriptions, why can't we do the exact same thing with what matters the most?

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Hi all! πŸ“šI'm Juan, a Learning Coach and founder of We Learn from πŸ‡¨πŸ‡΄! I'm passionated about evidence based learning, marketing & systems. You can reach me at juan@welearn.com.co

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