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Anything Mentionable Is Managable

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To get us started, we decided to highlight STTIT’s First Annual Gathering speaker, our dear friend, author, and speaker, Tim Madigan. You can learn more about Tim in this blog post about his involvement, perception, and hopes for STTIT. You’ll also learn how his book influenced us (so much so that we got matching tattoos in Fred Rogers handwriting… which you will hear about the podcast).  

“Take 45 seconds and think of someone in your life who you could tell anything to.” 
~Tim Madigan

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