Working In vs. Working On Your Business

Working In vs. Working On Your Business

Running your own business can be very challenging and quite often, the risk that comes with it outweighs its reward. According to research, two-thirds of businesses with employees survive their first year in business, half make it to five years, and only one-third will make it to ten!

The reason for failure? 82% was because of cash flow problems, 27% have no clue how much funding they require, and 14% of businesses aren’t capable of mitigating various risks. But as you observe these statistics, one can easily infer why they fail. If two-thirds of businesses can survive for a year but not for ten years, then the main reason lies with the lack of long-term planning.

This is the problem with working IN your business instead of working ON it. 

Working IN your business means that you spend most of your time doing day-to-day tasks such as sending emails to customers, answering inquiries, scheduling meetings, paying invoices, and even delivering products – activities that can easily be done by other people. While this is a normal stage in any start-up business, it’s important to remember that the majority of business owners get caught up with these repetitive tasks, leaving them with no time to assess and strategize for their future plans!

The main difference between working IN and working ON your business lies in how your time is spent. Rather than spending most of the day doing an arduous task, it’s best if you can take time in identifying problems, creating systems, establishing partnerships, and working ON your business. 

Here are some easy steps to help you get started:

  •  Reassess your objectives
  • Outsource or automate time-consuming tasks
  • Improve business plans and strategies

 Reassess your objectives

If you don’t know how to start working ON your business, think of the reason why you became an entrepreneur. Most likely, it has something to do with personal freedom, having the time to do whatever you want, being in charge of your own life, and basically just creating your own environment while pursuing your passion. 

Now, do you think you have achieved this?

It’s easy to get stuck in the mindset where you, as the owner, are the only one capable of doing your company’s tasks. But doing 100% of the work also means that the whole business operation solely depends on you.


Outsource or automate time-consuming tasks

Research suggested that 90% of employees are being burdened with boring and repetitive tasks. So, I am sure you are well aware of how tiring and stressful it can be when you are in charge of doing these time-consuming activities while also strategizing for your company’s long-term plans. 

This is where outsourcing is useful and convenient. It is said that 59% of companies outsource to reduce or control costs while 57% of them outsource to focus on core functions. Outsourcing doesn’t only increase efficiency, but it can also free up a lot of your time so you can focus on more important matters.

Another option that you have is to use automation tools wherein manual processes are replaced with automation to minimize cost and improve operational stability. In fact, 74% of marketers say that automation saves them time and another study reveals how sales productivity grew by 14.5% when automation was used.

So, the next time you find yourself doing daily tasks, think carefully and assess if they are really worth your time or if it is something somebody else or maybe even a software can do for you.


Improve business plans and strategies

What will you do if there’s a sudden conflict in manufacturing? What about your long term goals? Are you planning to expand your business? If an economic recession occurs, what will you do?

Lack of contingency plans leads to poor execution of strategies which is basically the tipping point for business failure. However, 85% of leadership teams are said to spend less than one hour per month on evaluating plans and 50% of them don’t even spend time working on their strategies! 

Given the fact that business failure is often identified with the lack of long-term plans, it’s obviously important to improve your strategies continuously and track your company’s performance so you can easily identify when something’s wrong.

Working IN your business is just ensuring that your company survives the following day.

Working ON your business means that you strive for sustainability for the next 5-10 years.

Provided that proper guidance and instructions are given, a competent employee can work in your business. But only you can work on it and rather than simply maintaining, you can easily prioritize your company’s growth and development. Because if you won’t think of your company’s future plans, then who will?



Chet Holmes was a trailblazing and brilliant businessman. His legacy lives on through our continued teaching of his principles and innovations in growing your business. We would love to invite you to take part in a quick 7 minute strategy call where we will provide a breakthrough for you in that short amount of time. This free session is the quickest, most effective way we know how to make meaningful impacts in our cherished audience’s businesses. Schedule your call here.

The Power of Breakthroughs in Your Business

The Power of Breakthroughs in Your Business

“By the time you read this story, the quirky cult company…will end its wild ride as an independent enterprise.” 

This was how Fortune, a major publication, predicted how Apple will fall in 1996. Every entrepreneur experiences days where the future seems bleak and impossible. It takes one thing to find success, we call it Pig Headed Discipline and determination.

Fast forward to the year 2018 and Apple was the first company to be the first trillion-dollar company!

Just like any other brands, they experienced being on the edge of bankruptcy too. 

With thousands of companies emerging each year, how do some companies stay successful? Have you ever had friends, staff, clients tell you your business wouldn’t make it? Has it ever been plastered on the news on the cover of Fortune magazine? Despite hundreds of predictions that they will fail, how did Apple manage to increase revenue by 15,000% and innovate the most popular devices that shaped our existence? They managed to have the Pig headed discipline to continue and make a breakthrough.

 Another company that experienced a breakthrough is Nintendo – a Japanese multinational company. While Nintendo has always been a successful company even during the 90s, there was a time in 2012 where their sales declined.

It was during the release of Wii U – a gaming console that failed because of poor marketing, inability to highlight unique features, and struggles with third party support. This caused a drop in revenue of 75% from their peak in 2009 to just shy of ten years later in 2017. Can you imagine having to sustain a company that just had to lay off and cut expenses for 14 Billion dollars worth of lost revenue? Five years after the failure of Wii U, Nintendo released Switch – a hybrid console that has sold more than 52 million units in just over three years and is currently sold out! Rebounding their sales significantly and becoming one of the top gaming systems on the market yet again.

What is Nintendo’s success strategy and how did a product they discontinued successfully paved the way for another? 

Was it all because of luck? Or maybe, a genius like Steve Jobs is needed? A revolutionary invention, perhaps? If not, is it even possible to have your very own business breakthrough, and how?

The answer is that it varies from one company to another. Apple’s strategies aren’t exactly the same as Nintendo’s just like how theirs are different from yours. A general recipe for breakthroughs doesn’t exist – you just have to create your own.


 A breakthrough can be defined as achieving success after overcoming something, and while it’s different for every brand, we will give you an idea of what the process normally looks like.

In a Forbes article, Patrick Gentempo shared how he studied how these breakthroughs can be consistently reproduced, and the results are what he referred to as “The Anatomy of Breakthrough”.

  1. Intention
  2. Peel off the layers of the known
  3. Outside inspiration

While this anatomy can be interpreted in several ways, we’ll briefly explain it in a way that can help you generate more sales and achieve your brand’s success.

Just like any process, you must first analyze what your objectives are. What are your plans like? Do you just want to advertise your brand more effectively? Or, do you prefer letting prospects be more informed of your product’s features? Whatever it may be, you have to clearly specify your goals. In order to successfully achieve your target, you first have to set one, right?

After knowing what you want, you can then peel off their layers one by one. If your objective is to reach other prospects, what’s stopping you from doing so? If your product isn’t selling well, is there a problem with marketing or are there inconsistent strategies? You have to reach and define the core reason why some things aren’t working very well.

The last step – outside inspiration – is the most important as it can be used all throughout the process. Often, we find it very hard to identify the problem and that’s probably because we always think from our point of view. 

There may be some instances where you analyze what’s lacking and you just can’t seem to find one. But if this is really the case, then why is your business still the same?

While you know what’s best for your brand, it’s always worth asking for expert advice from others. Their beliefs, principles, experiences – their whole perspective is far different from yours. Existing problems you failed to recognize for the past few years may easily be spotted by another! 

Whether you own a start-up business or a known brand, it’s no doubt that we all want to have our own breakthroughs! However, it’s inevitable that we get stuck at some point – as if we have no idea what to do next. When this happens, you can take a moment to reflect, consider the situation carefully, or consult with experts so you can have several choices on how to proceed. And who knows? Your business breakthrough might start with a single enlightenment or inspiration from those with a different perspective than yours. 

 To have your own 7-minute breakthrough session with a CHI certified growth specialist, click here to find out how you can elevate your business.




How Virtual Selling Is The New Normal

How Virtual Selling Is The New Normal

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to negatively affect the economy, salespeople are left with no choice but to adapt to the new normal. While the preventive measures being taken to minimize the transmission of the virus are proven to be beneficial for everyone’s health and safety, it has taken a toll on the supply chain, labor force, and consumer demand. 

From a survey conducted to find out how the top 500 companies are responding to COVID-19, 93% of respondents noted that the pandemic will negatively affect their business but interestingly, only 28% of them are expecting a long-term impact! While there are other factors involved, this data suggests that the other 65% may have already found a strategy that can help their company thrive even after the pandemic.

Additionally, 77% of the respondents believe that an economic downturn is an inevitable outcome and with strict social distancing measures, travel bans, government restrictions, and most shoppers quarantined – it seems like everyone in the business industry is gradually shifting to virtual selling.

Although some of you may identify virtual selling as just a passing sales trend that will eventually end – well sadly, this isn’t the case.

There’s no need to wait for signs of things returning back to the way it was – virtual selling is here to stay. Gone are the days when face-to-face presentations are a necessity, online communication is the new normal.

A 2017 research suggested that there’s been an 89.2% increase of sales reps spending half of their time selling remotely – this was three years ago even before this whole fiasco, so you can just imagine how these numbers have skyrocketed from the beginning of this year!

While the concept of virtual selling has been used by other companies even before the pandemic, not everyone is comfortable with this technology. However, if we are left with no choice, why not view this time as an opportunity to shift to a more effective and modern way of selling?

If you are still reluctant to abandon your company’s long-standing processes, remember the story of how Alibaba, a B2B marketplace, survived amidst the pandemic back in 2003.

The SARS outbreak shattered China’s economy seventeen years ago and with Alibaba planning to launch a new website, most were expecting that the company would not be able to survive.

What’s worse is how all employees were forced to quarantine in their homes after a staff contracted SARS. Alibaba’s former executive chairman Jack Ma then decided to send his workers home while they continue to work with the e-commerce platform. After several days of this routine, they were able to successfully launch Taobao on time and Chinese consumers who were stuck at home continued purchasing items virtually even after the 2003 pandemic.

Take note that this was the time when computers were very bulky, telephone cables were needed, optical discs were just invented, and teleconferencing software wasn’t a thing. 

If this was possible before, then that means it’s easier now! With the invention of smartphones and software designed for remote communication, what’s stopping you from shifting to virtual selling? Especially when Chet Holmes International and our partners have been seeing a 30% closing rate with attendees!

Right after the terrible events of 9/11 in America, Chet Holmes had to rapidly shift from face to face traditional marketing. Because of the disruptions to flight and travel in general, we were forced to re-create the way we presented our services. You couldn’t attract an audience during this time and for several years after.

Chet Holmes recreated the unique paradigm that selling to a group, this long secret strategy is what lead to crazy high closing ratios of 30% or more when traditional webinar presentations closed at a measly 3% on average. Chet Holmes and our partners have been refining this process of virtual workshops over the past 18 years.

Our partner Ted Miller has packaged everything you need to know. And demand for this training has been off the charts during the Covid Panic. You want to see this strategy for increasing your closing ratio to as high as 30%, with the notoriously hard to close decision makers of companies before it becomes the new normal. (We have been secret shopped by some huge names in the internet marketing space recently.)

 Click here to learn more!

While it’s true that the transition from in-person to virtual selling may be challenging and may take several months or years of trial and error, it’s crucial to develop strategies that can go well with the new technology and abandon the traditional methods of selling we are all used to. However, judging from the current situation, it seems that virtual selling may be the only option you have for your business to survive and thrive during and after the pandemic. At least the companies that were able to maintain a strong number by being adaptable are going to be in a much better position after this crisis abates.

To know more about how businesses are adjusting to the new normal, here’s a clip of how Antonelli’s Cheese Shop has been gradually shifting to virtual selling after almost a decade of traditional selling.

What is education based marketing?

What is education based marketing?

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Everyone who uses the Internet knows online ads are annoying, and as you close the third pop-up ad you encountered in a 5-minute YouTube video, you may find yourself wondering, “Do companies generate sales through these ads?” or “Do people even click on these on purpose?” 

 What do people think of these types of unsolicited marketing?

 Brian Halligan from HubSpot believes that the average human is inundated with over 2000 outbound marketing interruptions per day – probably the reason why ad blockers were utilized by roughly 25.8 percent of internet users in 2019!

If spam emails are getting redirected to junk folders and online ads are getting blocked, it means that although your advertisements are well-thought, all of them don’t matter especially if only a limited range of audience is being reached.

 One of the best strategies for inbound and outbound marketing is “Education-Based Marketing.” Just like the term states, it’s the process of educating your prospects with valuable information setting yourself as an expert in your field and industry gaining your prospects trust and respect. If done correctly, education based marketing is a tool that can lead your prospect to the logical conclusion that they need to work with you without ever having to pitch your product.

 Sounds good right? 

 Getting in the door of your prospects tends to be one of the hardest things to do and if you stop selling and start educating you will be able to reach 9x more prospects according to the buyer’s pyramid.

The average prospect is consuming 5 pieces of content on average before even reaching out to a sales person today. That means you should be educating them with great blogs, videos, posts, whitepapers, emails, phone calls. Heck, your voicemails should even be educational! Everyone thinks differently but rarely does a person decide to purchase a product just because of a single interaction.

A great example of education based marketing is the successfully trendy world renowned photographer Nick Onken. Known for his work photographing celebrity personalities like Justin Beiber, Usher, Jessica Alba, and Bono, Nick uses education based marketing to gain clientele.

After just one session about education based marketing with Nick and a Chet Holmes expert strategist, an educational strategy was created teaching how to create an iconic personal brand that rises above the noise. He explains what has made his clients so successful. He sites case study examples of his own clients starting with his non-profit work with Pencils of Promise who he photographed at the very beginning of their journey and now they’ve made hundreds of schools in third world countries.

It is crucial that you use education based marketing to reset the buying criteria and preempt your competition. Let’s continue to use Nick Onken’s example. First you must find what’s unique about you and your product/service. For Nick, he is different from most photographers because:

  1. He works with A-list celebrities and high end brands.
  2. He runs his own online brand so not only does he understand pictures but he’s very familiar with how they work in marketing collateral everything from magazines to social media posts.
  3. He hosts his own podcast documenting people’s journeys in life. Again showing that all around he’s not just a photographer, he is a serious entrepreneur that has viral success. Having 66,000 followers on Instagram is no easy feat and there’s a reason. He has a gift to make pictures liked and loved by the masses.

So when a prospect is interested in working with Nick he sends over his educational report on how to build a brand that sells. In this education he teaches that when looking for a photographer you want to have someone who:

  1. Has built brands,
  2. Who knows marketing,
  3. Who has an eye for promotion, not just an artist looking to make something artsy.
  4. He teaches his prospects to look for a photographer who gets the whole picture and knows what sells.

That is how Nick utilizes education based marketing to preempt the competition and continue to travel the world taking the most outrageous photos of his clients. Just this one simple report gives him a leg up from every other photographer out there because as Chet always said, “The strategist will slaughter the tactician every time.”

You can read Nick Onken’s report about how to create a personal brand that rises about the noise here:

He built this educational piece and has been using it as one of his main sales collateral for years now. This is the power of education-based-marketing.

Normally, there are three stages before a prospect can be converted to a loyal customer – awareness, consideration, and decision-making.

A typical buyer’s journey always starts with awareness; a problem they realized – it will be something that is of interest to them. What are your prospects searching for on YouTube every day? What do they google on their phone? These topics are not necessarily about your product, they can be anything that relates to their every day life if you were in their shoes. It can be topics such as an effective way to lose weight, tips on how to increase sales, the best gadget for their needs, or how to increase interactions on social media.

After realizing these, what will they do next?

Rather than aggressively selling, what we are doing is educating them. A great approach can also include letting them have the option to enter their email address or other contact information on the website, in case they are interested in knowing more.

Next is the Consideration Stage where the main goal is to provide content that can highlight what your company can offer or guarantee, its unique features, and what sets it apart from other similar brands. While the first stage is about educating the client on information regarding their problems, the Consideration Stage is formally introducing you as a trusted advisor, where free trials, demos, and scheduled webinars can be effective.

The last step before they decide whether to purchase your product or not is the Decision Stage. It’s often where they will take time to conduct an in-depth review, compare the pros and cons of different brands, and consider several possible approaches. Offering a consultation with an expert or providing them estimated and price quotes can help them in this decision making but might not be needed if enough loyalty was built up during education.

 FACT: Did you know you’re 65% of the way to a sale if you just build rapport and establish the prospects need?

With this in mind, it’s important to ensure that while using education-based marketing, all details on what you can offer should be relayed accurately and to a wide range of audience, capturing the attention of those interested, influencing their purchasing decision, converting them into customers – all while establishing a relationship of trust.

What will you do to educate your prospects today? To gain their trust and loyalty?

If you’d like assistance to better understand your education based marketing approach sign up for a complimentary consultation here.

What Makes a Sales Superstar?

What Makes a Sales Superstar?

Hiring sales superstars are essential for building the Ultimate Sales Machine© to accelerate growth, but what exactly makes a superstar so unique? While knowledge and training are important, sales superstars are a rare breed because it comes down to personality which can’t be changed.

Let’s see why personality profiling is crucial for the hiring process and what traits make a superstar so it’ll be easier for you to find a top-producing salesperson for your business.

The Importance of Personality Profile

Without personality profiling, it’ll be an uphill battle finding sales superstars. Personality profiling (aka ‘behavioral assessment’) is a method of understanding a person’s psyche. By understanding the personality characteristics that are most effective for a sales position, you’ll be better able to identify candidates that possess those characteristics.

Not only can hiring a sales superstar accelerate growth, it can save you money too. According to, “The U.S. Department of Labor claims a bad hire can cost your business 30% of your employee’s first-year earnings; other HR agencies estimate the cost to be higher, ranging from $240,000 to $850,000 per employee.”

Personality Characteristics

Over the years, many companies have developed and refined the DISC personality profile to test potential hires. The DISC personality profile is based on studies done by Harvard psychologist William Moulton Marson in 1928, and it tests candidates by using word association to measure the intensity of personality characteristics.

‘DISC’ stands for four aspects of the personality:

  • Dominance: Strength of ego (i.e. aggressiveness)
  • Influence: Social interactions and communication
  • Steadiness: Patience, persistence, and thoughtfulness
  • Compliance: Relation to structure and organization

While there are a variety of personality profiling tests out there, this is the model that we’ll be using to identify sales superstars.

Essential Traits of Sales Superstars

A superstar won’t just have a high level of one trait; it’s a combination of different intensities of each trait. However, there are two traits in particular that all sales superstars have in common.

High Dominance

The dominance personality trait has to do with strength of ego. It’s a measure of personal power, desire to control situations, and assertion in every interaction.

Candidates that are high-dominance are a good thing because it means they’ll have the drive and ambition to close as many sales as possible. Additionally, having a strong ego allows a salesperson to not take repeated or harsh rejections personally.

High Influence

The influence personality trait measures sociability. It describes how test candidates interact in social situations as well as how well and how much they communicate.

Salespeople that are high-influence will be naturally empathetic and gregarious. They’re able to put themselves in other people’s shoes and understand their viewpoints. Additionally, they’re energetic, fast workers who perform well on teams.

Accelerate Growth By Hiring Superstars

If you don’t understand the personality profile that makes a sales superstar, you might miss out on hiring top-producing salespeople. Even if you’re a one-person army or small business, imagine what you could focus on and accomplish if you had someone else expertly handling your sales!

For more information on hiring superstars, check out Chapter 5 in The Ultimate Sales Machine: Turbocharge Your Business with Relentless Focus on 12 Key Strategies!

There’s also a variety of free resources available to help you rapidly upgrade your business faster, better, smarter.

Time Management Secrets of Billionaires

Time Management Secrets of Billionaires

Are you inundated by constant notifications and interruptions? You could be hurting your bottom line. According to a University of California Irvine study, it takes nearly 25 minutes to refocus on the task at hand after your concentration has been broken; for modern business owners, high distraction levels could be costly.

Entrepreneur interviewed me to get the six simple steps to maximize productivity by 500% and it only takes 5 minutes a day. I reveal the time management secrets from our late founder, Chet Holmes, in his book The Ultimate Sales Machine.

Originally Chet learned these strategies while working for Berkshire Hathaway Vice-President Charlie Munger (Warren Buffet’s business partner). He noticed Charlie’s time was maximized in every way and once he adopted the practices of his billionaire boss he found the secret to mastering time effectively. Chet always used to say that majority of businesses are terrible at time management, and if he could see how we waste it with our phones today he’d be utterly shocked.

To hear the full interview only takes 15 minutes press play below. It could be the best 15 minutes you spend this year if adopted with PIG HEADED DISCIPLINE AND DETERMINATION.

You can also read the steps below!

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Six proactive steps to time management can transform your day. They take five minutes to do and can double the amount of results you get daily. The problem is not whether or not these steps will work, because they will absolutely work. The problem is whether or not you will fully commit to doing them, repeatedly. The key to time management is commitment to the following six steps:

Step One: Touch it once 

How often do you pick up something on your desk and say, “I have to take care of this, but I can’t deal with it right now”? If you do that a few times per day with a few different documents/projects/tasks, by the end of the year, you will have spent an entire month touching and rereading information without taking action. So, if you touch it, move it to the next step. If you want to see how often you waste time, each time you pick up something, put a red dot on it. After you have three red dots on a piece of paper, you begin to feel pressure to do something and move on. If you touch it, take care of it.

Step Two: Make lists, but stick to the six most important things 

When we conduct this time management seminar, we ask how many people in the audience make lists. Practically everyone does. People often have lists with 25 to as many as 40 items on them. They are proud that their lists are so long and that they are so busy. Further investigation quickly shows them that long lists are the perfect way to be busy, but not productive. When you have a long list, your energy is focused more on trimming the list than it is on being productive. Each day, pick the six items that will produce the highest level of results, put them on your list, and finish all six things by day’s end.

Step Three: Plan how long you will spend on each item 

You’ve started your day by making a list of the six most important things. That took two or three minutes. Now take another minute to plan how long each item will take or how long you will dedicate to the items that are ongoing. When we conduct this workshop, the people with long lists usually find that they can have an incredibly productive day with only six hours spent on their six key items. Most people who use these steps find they get more important work done in less time because their time is focused on the most productive tasks.

Step Four: Plan when 

Now that you know how much time to dedicate to each task, you need to plan when you will do them. In addition, you must build in time for the reactive mode. For example, if you are a sales manager interrupted by frequent “got a minute” meetings, plan a fixed time when you will accept those types of meetings. Otherwise, unless it is an emergency, do not allow people to come to your desk and ask if you’ve got a minute! Think of any top executive you know. Can you simply call them up, or do you have to schedule time with them? Many top executives plan their day down to the minute. Everything is done according to a schedule, including time for “got a minute” meetings. Scheduling time is the key to time management.

Step Five: Ask the results 

Few people are highly productive. People like to have items on a list, so they can cross off the items. But that’s not enough. The things that produce the best results are generally the most difficult. Thus, they get left off of the list or are scheduled at the end of the day, causing them to get bumped to the next day…and the next…and the next. Schedule important tasks in the beginning of your day. Cold calling or trying to get appointments with key prospects or clients are the things that produce the best results. However, they often get pushed off by average salespeople. After you make your list, ask yourself if the items on it are the ones that will produce the most results.

Step Six: Will it hurt me to throw this away? 

Of all filed information, 80% is never referred to again. After hearing this time management idea, I began to throw away four out of five of the items I used to keep. It’s been 10 years, and I cannot think of a single time where it has hurt me.

Making The Training Stick

Human behavior can only truly be affected in two ways: Repetition and direct involvement. You can agree intellectually that these six steps will cause a productivity increase, but until you practice them (direct involvement) and continue to use them (repetition), your behavior will not change.

Common wisdom is that it takes 21 days to form a new habit. My experience is that it takes years. But for now, if you can stick to this program for just 21 days, you will be forever reminded of its power, and you will be more likely to use these important steps.


8:00 – 8:30am Plan day; have quick look at staff’s planned day.

8:30 – 9:30am Work on strategy to overcome our new, most frequently heard objection.

9:30 – 10:00am Create a standard promotional piece or standard letter that addresses the problem.

10:00 – 12:00pm On sales call with Bill

12:00 – 1:30pm Lunch with important client, Smith

1:30 – 2:00pm Miscellaneous

2:00 – 3:00pm Got-A-Minute meetings

3:00 – 4:00pm Review “Six Musts of Marketing” for the month

4:00 – 5:00pm Work on improving systems

5:00 – 6:00pm Meet with Boss

Question: How much of this day is proactive?

Answer: All but 90 minutes

NOW IT’S YOUR TURN! Write down your top six RIGHT NOW!

Want to share them? Comment below!

with love and light,
Amanda Holmes
CEO Ultimate Sales Machine

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