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|8/23/2014 11:53:22 PM - Damien
Several months you responded to my question about whether to accept a paid graduate position at my alma mater even though there would be no strength coach for me to learn from.
I wanted to let you know that while I accepted the position before I read your response, your comments eliminated any doubt that I had made the right choice. I was overthinking the situation instead of taking advantage of the opportunity given me. Thanks again for being available to answer questions like this. I know it's a huge help to myself and others in similar situations
Congrats on the position and thank you again for the kind words. I look back at how I answered the question and I never want to come across has harsh or insensitive. I always think that people need the truth.
Also, I apologize for not getting back to you sooner on either question.
I am glad I was able to reaffirm your decision and I know first hand that sometimes you need someone outside the situation for some clarity.
I wish you the best of luck this year and please let me know if there is anything I can ever do for you.
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