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  • #109 The Resilence Queen - Justine Martin

    Justine is an award-winning Resilience Coach/Consultant and Speaker, multi-award winning Professional Artist, Teacher, Amazon best-selling Author, Publisher, Mentor, Affiliate, Volunteer, Cancer Survivor, MS Worrier, DV Survivor, Disabled, Mum of two, Grandmother of seven and the Queen of Resilience.

    In 2011, she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, underwent three heart surgeries, and then had three primary cancers at once. She was told she would never work again by a medical professional. But that was never an option for her.

    Justine catapulted herself into the world of business. She not only changed her life to give it purpose and direction but also inspired those around her with her story.

    After learning how to paint and use her art as therapy, she has become a multi-award-winning artist and found the strength and determination to take control of her financial future. She now owns and runs seven businesses JUZT art, Resilience Mindset, Van–Go Decals, Morpheus Publishing, Team Fingerprint, Geelong Residential Cleaners and Justine Martin Speaker all being under the umbrella of Justine Martin Corporation. In 2021/23, Justine was nominated for 40 national business awards and won 15 in various categories, such as Coach of the Year, Creative Artist of the Year, International Speaker/ Coach Judges Award and Geelong Business Leader of the Year.

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    1h 26m | Feb 23, 2024
  • #108 The Battlefield Detective - Adam Holloway

    Adam Holloway is an avid student of military history and an expert in World War I. His interest in the Great War began at a young age and was sparked by researching his own family history. Through this research, he discovered that 11 of his ancestors had fought in World War I, and were prolific letter writers, providing valuable insights into life on the front lines. With 16 years of experience in the police force, Adam used his investigative skills to track his ancestors' journeys through Egypt, Gallipoli, and the Western Front. His extensive research and the letters from his ancestors are documented in his book, "Duty Nobly Done." With a passion for telling the stories of the soldiers who served in World War I.

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    1h 25m | Feb 15, 2024
  • #107 The Reality Of War | Special Forces Commando - Murray Turner

    Murray Turner went from a Police Officer to Pilot and then spent 20 years in the Australian Army, 15 of those in Special Operations (Special Forces) as a Commando. He is the definition of 'quiet professional' and I managed to get a few war stories out of him of the adrenaline-pumping missions to everyday challenges.

    This episode is a raw and is an inspiring glimpse into the real experiences of those who have served.  Providing insights and a deeper understanding of the sacrifices and triumphs of those who have dedicated their lives to service.

    I have heard the quote relating to military personnel previously, 'ordinary people doing extraordinary things'. The reality is... they are all extraordinary.

    We discuss: Military transition, Commando selection, Life in the Special forces, Veteran experiences, Military operations, Combat tours, Impact of war, Personal security details, Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC), Military planning, Red tape challenges, Hostage recovery, Tactical assault group, Transition challenges, Mission flexibility, Leadership roles


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    1h 32m | Feb 8, 2024
  • #106 The Psychic Detective - Debbie Malone

    Debbie Malone is Australia's leading psychic detective and internationally acclaimed psychic medium, author, and spiritual teacher. With over 30 years of experience, she has assisted police departments around the world with high-profile missing persons and murder investigations. Debbie is a best-selling author and a sought-after speaker, making regular appearances in the media. Her expertise in the paranormal and psychic abilities makes her a fascinating guest. If you are interested in True Crime, paranormal activities, the spirit realm, haunted tours, psychic abilities, cold cases or just interested in listening to a fasinating conversation then for today's episode of the One Moment Please podcast.

    Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/debbiemalonebtw

    Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/debbiemalonebtw/

    YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFCIxOP_m907JmOOPtUZZSA

    Website - https://www.debbiemalone.com/


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    1h 27m | Feb 1, 2024
  • #105 The Habit Revolution - Dr Gina Cleo

    In today's episode, we dive into the fascinating world of habit formation and mindset with Dr. Gina Cleo, a leading expert in habits, mindset, and lifestyle.

    Author of the "The Habit Revolution", Dr. Gina Cleo shares groundbreaking insights on habit formation, trauma recovery, and the power of rewiring the brain. From debunking the 21-day rule to the impact of diet on self-control, this episode is a game-changer. Discover actionable strategies for sustainable behavior change and the real science behind habit formation. Plus, find out about Dr. Cleo's transformative study on sustainable weight loss. Don't miss out on this empowering conversation with a leading expert in lifestyle habits and mindset.


    www.drginacleo.com

    Free Habit Course: https://habitchangeinstitute.mykajabi.com/masterclass

    Book: https://www.drginacleo.com/book


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    1h 22m | Jan 25, 2024
  • #104 Seizing Opportunities: Plants, Hitchhiking and TBI - Dani Rosenblad James

    On this episode of One Moment Please, Dani Rosenblad James shares stories of some of the most pivotal moments in her life. A life-altering traumatic brain injury (TBI) sustained from surviving a 7 car pileup on the highway, to hitchhiking with her dog and being a weed farmer in Northern California. Dani's experiences have shaped her in profound ways. She talks about the importance of standing up for oneself when placed in uncomfortable situations, and how her past shaped her present and perspective towards the future. With raw vulnerability and wisdom, Dani takes us on a journey of both pain and growth that serves as a testament to the incredible resilience of the human spirit.

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    55m | Jun 19, 2023
  • #103 Surviving Trauma: From Buffet Explosions to Post-Traumatic Growth - Stephanie Romeo

    Stephanie Romeo is a burns survivor who shares her harrowing experience of being caught in a buffet explosion at a French restaurant, where she suffered burns to her thighs and hands, triggering trauma and PTSD. From her hospital experience to the lack of knowledge on trauma healing, Stephanie talks candidly about her journey to recovery and how she turned her experience into a positive message to help others. With insights on the importance of awareness, self-acceptance, and self-love, this episode is a powerful reminder of the human capacity to overcome adversity.

    Stephanie Romeo is a burn survivor, trauma coach, creator of the KAL™ Method and author. She worked in operating rooms for 13 years before she was severely burned by an explosion in 2015. This traumatic event changed her life, and her entire perception of it. Stephanie now dedicates her time to coaching trauma survivors remotely from all over the world in both English and French - she is French - and to sharing her knowledge and experience to help people become more aware and intentional with their thoughts and feelings and have a better life.

     

    Website : https://www.stephanieromeo.com/  

    Learn more about the KAL™ Method, download the free guide.

    Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/stephanie.romeo.7165331

    Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/stephanieromeocoaching/

    LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanie-romeo-coaching/

    Novel : Un jour demain s’arrêtera :  https://a.co/d/c5KKDfM 



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    47m | Jun 11, 2023
  • #102 POW in Hanoi Hilton - Charlie Plumb

    Captain Charlie Plumb has lived what he believes to be the American Dream. As a farm kid from Kansas, he fantasized about airplanes, although he felt certain he would never have the opportunity to pilot one. It would be the United States Navy who afforded Plumb the opportunity to live out that dream.

    After graduating from the Naval Academy, Plumb completed Navy Flight Training and reported to Miramar Naval Air Station in San Diego where he flew the first adversarial flights in the development of what would be called The Navy Fighter Weapons School, currently known as “TOP GUN.” The next year, Plumb’s squadron the Aardvarks launched on the Aircraft Carrier USS Kitty Hawk with Fighter Squadron 114 to fly the Navy’s hottest airplane, the F-4 Phantom Jet. Code named “Plumber,” Charlie Plumb flew 74 successful combat missions over North Vietnam and made over 100 carrier landings.

    On his 75th mission, just five days before the end of his tour, Plumb was shot down over Hanoi, taken prisoner and spent the next 2,103 days in North Vietnamese Prisoner of War camps. His first prison cell was 8 ft. long and 8 ft. wide. During his nearly six years of captivity, Plumb distinguished himself as a pro in underground communications. He was a great inspiration to all the other POWs and served as chaplain for two years.

    Following his repatriation, Plumb continued his Navy flying career in Reserve Squadrons where he flew A-4 Sky Hawks, A-7 Corsairs and FA-18 Hornets. His last two commands as a Naval Reservist were on the Aircraft Carrier Corral Sea and at a Fighter Air Wing in California. He retired from the United States Navy with the rank of Captain after 31 years of service.

    Since his return home, Plumb has captivated more than 5,000 audiences in almost every industry around the world with stories that parallel his POW experience with the challenges of everyday life.

    To this day, Captain Plumb continues to fly left seat at every opportunity. The most treasured plane he owns and flies is a WWII PT-19 Open-Cockpit antique which is currently on loan to the Palm Springs, CA Air Museum. He also owns a Rutan-designed experimental single-engine Long-Eze.

     

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    1h 22m | May 20, 2023
  • #101 Strategic Risk - Heston Russell

    TW: Discussion of suicide ideology and mental health

    Retired Special Forces Major and decorated combat Veteran Heston Russell has dedicated his life to serving his country and the wider Veteran community. 

    Heston joined the Australian Army at the age of 17 as a fifth generation Army Veteran following in the footsteps of his father Mark who served for over twenty years in the Australian Army. 

    While at the Australian Defence Force Academy, Heston completed a Bachelor of Arts from the University of New South Wales majoring in History & Indonesian. 

    Graduating in 2006 from the Royal Military College of Duntroon, Heston was posted to his first commissioned appointment as a Platoon Commander with the 2nd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (2 RAR) where Heston deployed to Timor Leste carrying out peacekeeping operations. 

    In 2010, Heston successfully completed the highly-competitive Special Forces selection and training to become a Qualified Commando Officer within the 2nd Commando Regiment (2 CDO REGT), Special Operations Command - Australia (SOCOMD). 

    During his tenure within 2 CDO REGT, Heston completed the appointments of Commando Platoon Commander, Company Executive Officer and Adjutant. These appointments also included three Operational Deployments to Afghanistan and the Middle East Area of Operations and also saw Operational Service in support of a number of Domestic Counter Terrorism operations within the Asia-Pacific Region. 

    In 2015 Heston was posted on exchange to serve within the United States Special Operations Command, including an additional operational deployment to the Middle East Area of Operations. 

    On return to Australia in 2016, Heston was promoted to Major and appointed Officer Commanding of the Commando and Support Staff Selection and Training continuum at the Special Forces Training Centre. Later that year Heston completed his final operational deployment, to Iraq, as the Special Operations Joint Lead Planner within the Special Operations Joint Task Force. 

    After returning from his deployment in 2017, Heston took extended leave to lead the expansion of the US originated fitness brand Barry’s Bootcamp to Australia and Singapore before officially discharging from the Australian Defence Force in January 2019. In 2020 Heston founded Voice Of A Veteran, a platform to better support the modern Veteran community, instigating action and promoting changes within the government systems designed to support Veterans. A key focus of Heston’s work is to help the wider Australian community better understand the value of Veterans and common issues transitioning to civilian life. 

    Heston launched, led and supported a number of successful campaigns supporting Veterans.

    Heston has now formed the Veteran Support Force (VSF.org.au), an impact organisation that is tasked to proactively support Veterans and their Families throughout the conduct of the Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide. Heston is also an experienced public speaker, focusing on the following core themes; leadership, culture, acceptance, bravery, diversity, identity, emotional Intelligence and mental health. 

    Heston is a regular commentator on major media outlets and has been widely consulted across all levels of Government relevant to Veterans’ Affairs and his community support initiatives. Heston now lives in Queensland with his Mini-Dachshund Son Copper. 


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    Instagram: @HestonRussell 

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    1h 25m | May 13, 2023
  • #100 Eyeless Mind - Stephanie Duesing

    How can you be blind and not even know it? Stephanie Duesing is an author, speaker, and international advocate for people who have CVI.

    In January of 2017, she discovered that her straight A honors student, genius artist, and water polo-playing son Sebastian was almost completely blind and no one knew, not even Sebastian himself. He was fifteen and just about to enroll in driver's ed. We were devastated. Terrified for her son's safety, overwhelmed with guilt at not knowing that her own son was blind, and utterly baffled at the impossibility of the situation, she embarked on a journey to find answers.

    Her book Eyeless Mind: A Memoir About Seeing and Being Seen is the true story of how she, an ordinary music teacher, made a major medical discovery in the field of visual neuroplasticity and the horrific medical malpractice and abuse she experienced trying to get a diagnosis for what turned out to be a common visual impairment. Her son Sebastian is the only person in the world known to process his vision verbally, which means that he sees with words like a bat sees with sound. Dr. Lotfi Merabet, the director of the Laboratory for Visual Neuroplasticity at Schepens Eye Research Institute, associate scientist at Massachusetts Eye and Ear, and associate professor of ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School, published this paper on Sebastian's use of verbal mediation to process his vision in collaboration with Dr. Barry Kran, the head of optometrics at the New England Eye Low Vision Clinic at the Perkins School for the Blind.

    Although Sebastian's neuroplastic adaptation to his neurological visual impairment is unique, his actual condition of CVI is common and is poorly understood. Cerebral/cortical visual impairment was identified as the number one cause of visual impairment in the developed world more than ten years ago, and it still doesn't have a diagnostic code within the American medical industry.

    Dr. Merabet says that Eyeless Mind is "a must-read for any family facing the challenges of raising a child with any disability."

    It is Stephanie’s mission to end the discrimination against people who have CVI.

    https://www.facebook.com/stephanieduesingauthor?mibextid=ZbWKwL

    https://stephanieduesing.com/

    Eyeless Mind https://a.co/d/9N22vvu

    https://www.nei.nih.gov/about/news-and-events/news/vision-loss-children-whose-eyesight-may-be-2020-requires-new-diagnostic-and-teaching-strategies

    https://www.optometrytimes.com/view/getting-to-the-heart-of-pediatric-vision-loss-and-blindness

    https://cviscotland.org/

    https://www.perkins.org/our-work/cvi/

    https://www.aph.org/product/vision-and-the-brain-understanding-cerebral-visual-impairment-in-children/

     

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    1h 36m | Apr 7, 2023
  • #99 Beyond my limits - Andrew Kooger

    Andrew Kooger suffered a tragic life altering accident that left him paralyzed in 2020 while training for an upcoming mountain bike race. Andrew’s mindset and determination to defy the odds has carried him forward throughout this journey has conquered obstacles on this new life chapter and learned the power of grit, courage and determination.

    Now a sponsored adaptive athlete with High Fives Foundation competing in adaptive mountain biking and pursuing other athletic opportunities whether it be returning to mats in the BJJ gym, lifting weights or exploring Paralympic sports.

    He co-founded Maximus Athletics, a supplement and fitness company expand into North America and mentors other young athletes who go through a life changing spinal cord injury.

     

    Instagram: agkooger

    Tiktok: agkooger

    Personal website: www.AndrewKooger.com with book launching later this year

     

    Personal brand: Maximus Athletics for sport supplements 

    Instagram: MaximusAthleticsCo 

    Website:  www.maximusathletics.com 


     

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    47m | Mar 31, 2023
  • #98 The Final Van Life/ Epic Roadtrip update

    After approximately 7 months on the road travelling around Australia with my husband and cat in a van we are giving our final update of the trip and our thoughts. My husband is my guest this week where we discuss how we have found van life, our favourite moments, tips for those starting out and if we would do this adventure again.

    14m | Mar 24, 2023
  • #97 "10 feet tall & not quite bull**proof" - Cameron Hardiman

    Cameron Hardiman joined the Victoria Police at age eighteen and served over 34 years in policing. Most of his time with Victoria Police was as an air observer with the Police Air Wing. He saw his fair share of trauma and dealt with it like most coppers would: he quickly put each dangerous job out of his mind as soon as it was over. But one particular rescue in Bass Strait brought about a reckoning - and Cameron was never the same again. He eventually joined the Australian Federal Police and served on overseas missions that included the Solomon Islands and Timor Leste. He then transferred into an investigations role, focusing first on general crime, then people smuggling operations and counter terr***sm. Cameron has authored “ten feet tall and not quite bull**proof” about his story.

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    1h 21m | Mar 3, 2023
  • #96 Brain Potential - Jan Sky

    Jan Sky is an internationally recognized Neuro Psychotherapist for her work in behaviour change, and for creating the ESI (Executive State Identification) Mapping Tool that maps the social neural network of the brain. She is the author of the successful book ‘The Many Parts of You’ which is published in English and Finnish.

    Her clarity and unique style expand audiences’ understanding of emotional and intellectual opportunities, which are possible using neuroscience as a foundation. She has presented and lectured in Finland, Netherlands, India, Asia, USA, New Zealand and in her homeland, Australia.

    Jan has used this knowledge to develop an amazing leadership program, ‘Brain Potential, leadership powered by neuroscience’.

     

    www.brainpotential.net

    jan@brainpotential.net

    Linkedin:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasky/

    Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/MyBrainPotential

    Instagram:  Jan Sky (@jan.sky)

     

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    1h 17m | Feb 24, 2023
  • Van Life Australia Update No.3

    Currently traversing the great Australian landscape in a van with our cat, todays podcast departs from our normal type of guest and episode to provide an update on our van life adventure. I managed to convince my husband to come back on the podcast to discuss the incredible animals we have encountered, beautiful beaches visited, scenery viewed and people meet throughout Queensland as well as his increasing, all be it slowly, coffee knowledge!

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    31m | Jan 20, 2023
  • #95 The Strong Life Project - Shaun O’Gorman

    Shaun O’Gorman is a Human Behaviour, High Performance and Resilience consultant, keynote speaker, and author. After joining the Queensland Police Service in 1989, Shaun worked in the Police Dog Squad for many years as well as the Covert and Surveillance unit working on Major and Organised Crime. While in the K9 unit Shaun was involved in daily high-risk critical incidents ranging from violent street brawls, high-speed pursuits, barricaded suspects, domestics, and other serious shootings. The majority of these placed him at high risk of serious injury or worse. He also performed duties with the Special Emergency Response Team (SWAT) as a tactical K9 handler.

    Shaun left the QPS and was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The years of exposure to serious police call outs, resulted in clinical depression. To overcome his mental health injuries, Shaun spent the next 17 years immersed in the study of personal development, human behaviour and high performance with a goal of healing himself and living a happy life. He now devotes his life to helping others using the knowledge and education that helped him help himself.

    While forging his successful corporate executive career Shaun developed an interest in mentoring and coaching others and now continues to follow his passion for helping others to create high performing lives for themselves. He established “The Strong Life Project” to deliver High-Performance Mentoring,  Workshops, Keynote Speeches, daily podcasts, and articles focused on providing tools and strategies to empower people to conquer challenges, manage stress, and create happy and fulfilled lives.

    As an accomplished author, Shaun’s most recent book, “My Dark Companion”, chronicles his own highly personal fight with PTSD, depression and how he has come out the other side as a role model for people of all walks of life on how to create a life that you love.

    TRIGGER WARNING

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    podcast: The Strong Life Project

    1h 53m | Jan 13, 2023
  • #94 BrothersNBooks - Dylan Conway

    Dylan Conway is a current serving Infantry Captain and the founder of The Charity BrothersnBooks. After having 9 surgeries on his back and using reading to continue his progression in life Dylan is changing the culture of reading in Australia.

     

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    Instagram.com/brothersnbooks

    Facebook - Brothersnbooks

     

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    1h 14m | Jan 6, 2023
  • #93 HAVOC -06 - Troy Knight

    Troy Knight was member of the Royal Australian Airforce and was one of the first Airmen to pass 2nd Commando Regiment selection and to serve with what was at the time a new Special Forces unit, the elite 4 Squadron Combat Controllers

    Troy Knight’s mates know him as ‘Norm’ or ‘TK’. Born in 1977 to a single mother, Troy grew up as what he describes as a ‘typical Queensland boy’ enjoying surfing, playing rugby league and generally looking for mischief. It was Troy’s boundary pushing and risk taking that fuelled his thirst for adventure and made him walk into the Townsville Defence Force Recruiting office in 1999, just after the East Timor crisis had kicked off. Deflated at being told that Army Recruit training was bottlenecked for eight months, Troy was stopped by an Air Force Sergeant who asked if he knew about the RAAF Airfield Defence Guards. It was this sliding door moment, that would see Troy subsequently travel to Afghanistan, Iraq and beyond and become one of Australia’s first Combat Controllers in the Australian Special Forces.

    Book: Havoc-06

    Instagram: troy_knight06

    Facebook: Tee Kay

    Website: troyknight.com.au

    Big Sky Instagram bigskypub

     

     

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    59m | Dec 30, 2022
  • #92 Running for your life - Esmat

    *Trigger warning: graphic discussions of war.

    *Not suitable for children.

    Esmat was born and lived all of his life in war torn Kabul, Afghanistan.   As a child his memories are of shelling during the Mujahideen war and later of cruel public demonstrations of the Taliban rule. As a 7 year old he found work in a smelting factory and later as a bar manager in the UK embassy. Defying local laws to handle and serve alcohol to the western staff. It was this job which resulted in him fleeing for his life to neighbouring borders and entrusting international people smugglers to get him to Australia.  A four year journey.

     

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    1h 37m | Dec 23, 2022
  • #91 The Pain Monster – Dawn Macintyre

    Dawn Macintyre is an experienced clinical counsellor, educator and supervisor who has worked in her own private practice for 3 decades and supervises counsellors in their professional practices.

    Holding a degree in Education and Psychology, plus a Master’s in Public Health and a PhD in Public Health. Dawn has had a varied career, combining academic and practical roles which have included University Lecturer, Senior Behavioural Scientist, Injury Prevention specialist, Manager of the Queensland Injury Surveillance Unit at the Mater Children’s Hospital, Brisbane, Director of the Safe Communities Centre, also at the Mater Hospital,Manager of an early intervention anxiety and depression program for hard to reach communities.

    Dawn’s book, Living with Chronic Pain, from OK to Despair and Finding My Way Back Again, was written when she was 3 years into an ongoing flare up which resulted in her facing a life forever changed by the pain.

    The book has already helped hundreds of families understand the psychosocial impact of living with pain and importantly, to destigmatise the condition and help people have conversations with their loved ones around these challenges.  Dawn knows that this book also represents the voice of many, those of us who are the silent unwilling pain tribe and our loving families and friends who struggle to know how to support us.

     

    Facebook :         Dr Dawn Macintyre

    Instagram:         drdawnmacintyrephd

    LinkedIn:            Dr Dawn Macintyre (Spinks) PhD

    Website:            drdawnmacintyre.com

     

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    1h 15m | Dec 16, 2022
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