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Top 30 Leadership Blogs 2010

Top Leadership Blogs 2010Today’s post contains a list of the Top 30 Leadership Blogs of 2010. I know, I know – another list? You’re undoubtedly thinking “who died and left Mike Myatt in charge of qualitatively assessing leadership blogs?” Great question. In fact, when striving to come-up with this list I quickly came to the conclusion that while I attempted to use objective logic in making my assessments, the reality is that a list like this is mostly subjective based upon personal preference. In the text that follows I’ll share my logic, or as some will likely point out, my lack of logic in deciding which blogs to place on the list. I hope you enjoy the list, and that you’ll add these Top Leadership Blogs to your leadership reading list.

You’ll note when reviewing the Top Leadership Blogs list below that I did not apply a numerical hierarchy to the rankings, but rather just disclosed my data points – I decided it would be a better list if I let you draw your own conclusions and render your own opinions. Therefore what I have put forth is an unordered list of my personal favorites. I invite you to challenge my logic, my assumptions, rank or order them, point out omissions, and vote for favorites by commenting below. On with the list…

  • N2growth Blog: Let’s get the self-promotion out of the way, and hey, if you don’t think my blog belongs on the list, let me know in the comments below. You can also follow me on Twitter @mikemyatt Alexa Rank: 27,509 Google Page Rank: 4 PostRank Leadership Score: 6 Number of Posts in last 30 days: 20 TwitterGrader Score: 100
  • John Maxwell on Leadership: The name says it all…in fact, I almost view John and the topic of leadership as being synonymous. You won’t find more solid thinking on the topic of leadership anywhere (can you tell I’m a big fan?). You can follow John on Twitter @johncmaxwell. Alexa Rank: 341,182 Google Page Rank: 4 PostRank Leadership Score: N/A Number of Posts in last 30 days: 4 TwitterGrader Score: 100
  • Extreme Leadership: Steve Farber consistently lays out useful and lucid thoughts on what it takes to be an extreme leader. Steve is a a great guy and you can follow him on Twitter @stevefarber – Alexa Rank: 1,240,575 Google Page Rank: 3 PostRank Leadership Score: N/A Number of Posts in last 30 days: 5 TwitterGrader Score: 100
  • Tom Peters Blog: Tom is the classic big thinker and is prone to the frequent politically incorrect rant, which is why I like him. Regardless of whether you agree of disagree with his opinions, you cannot challenge his candor or his passion. You can follow Tom on Twitter @tom_peters. Alexa Rank: 115,618 Google Page Rank: 6 PostRank Leadership Score: 26 Number of Posts in last 30 days: 16 TwitterGrader Score: 100
  • Leading With Purpose: Michael Hyatt’s leadership blog is an exceptional read by a great CEO. You can follow Michael on Twitter @MichaelHyattAlexa Rank: 63,303 Google Page Rank: 5 PostRank Leadership Score: 2 Number of Posts in last 30 days: 13 TwitterGrader Score: 100
  • Lead By Example: John Baldoni is a seasoned leadership pro and one of only a few leadership coaches that I endorse. You can follow John on Twitter @JohnBaldoni.  Alexa Rank: 2,947575 Google Page Rank: 2 PostRank Leadership Score: N/A Number of Posts in last 30 days: 9 TwitterGrader Score: 98.5
  • Daniel Pink: Thought Leader, TED Speaker and recovering lawyer, Daniel is one of a kind. You can follow him on Twitter @DanielPink. Alexa Rank: 129,999 Google Page Rank: 6 PostRank Leadership Score: N/A Number of Posts in last 30 days: 7 TwitterGrader Score: 100
  • Weekly Leader Blog: Peter Mello’s blog has a variety of contributors and is always a great read. You can follow Peter on Twitter @PeterMello. Alexa Rank: 2,799,154 Google Page Rank: 4 PostRank Leadership Score: 3 Number of Posts in last 30 days: 16 TwitterGrader Score: 99.3
  • Next Level Blog: Scott Eblin’s authors some of the smartest leadership insights on the web. You can follow Scott on Twitter @ScottEblin.  Alexa Rank: 1,123,13 Google Page Rank: 4 PostRank Leadership Score: N/A Number of Posts in last 30 days: 11 TwitterGrader Score: 96.3
  • Wally Bock’s Three Star Leadership Blog: Wally Bock’s blog is practical, insightful, and always personal. Wally is a pure straight-shooter who pulls no punches while also happening to be one of the best writers I know. You can follow Wally on Twitter @WallyBock. Alexa Rank: 251,748 Google Page Rank: 5 PostRank Leadership Score: 18 Number of Posts in last 30 days: 30 TwitterGrader Score: 100
  • All Things Workplace: This blog offers opinions and general information on leadership and leadership development by Steve Roesler. Steve’s insights are thoughtful and always spot-on. You can follow Steve on Twitter @steveroesler. Alexa Rank: 523,731 Google Page Rank: 5 PostRank Leadership Score: N/A Number of Posts in last 30 days: 0 TwitterGrader Score: 99.3
  • Marshall Goldsmith Blog: Marshall Goldsmith is a class act, a competitor of mine (one of only two or three CEO coaches that I would recommend), and a deep thinker on the topic of leadership. You can follow Marshall on Twitter @coachgoldsmith. Alexa Rank: 5,678 (HBR) Google Page Rank: 6 (HBR) PostRank Leadership Score: N/A Number of Posts in last 30 days: 0 TwitterGrader Score: 99.3
  • Seth Godin’s Blog: The best-selling author, entrepreneur and “agent of change” gives you personal insights on the leadership landscape. I find myself only agreeing with Seth about 50% of the time, but he makes me think 100% of the time. You can follow Seth on Twitter @ThisIsSethsBlog Alexa Rank: 4,876 Google Page Rank: 7 PostRank Leadership Score: N/A Number of Posts in last 30 days: 35 TwitterGrader Score: 100
  • The Management Experts:If you’re looking for a positive spin on leadership then look no further than Phil Gerbyshak. TME is Phil’s latest blogging adventure and is a multi-author take on leadership and management that is simple, to the point and always positive. You can follow Phil on Twitter @philgerb. Alexa Rank: 2,731,651 Google Page Rank: 0 PostRank Leadership Score: N/A Number of Posts in last 30 days: 13 TwitterGrader Score: 100
  • Leading Blog:  Michael McKinney authors the Leading Blog which takes a comprehensive look at all things leadership. I tend to agree with most of Michael’s positions (except when he left my book off his list) and find his business logic to be solidly grounded. You can follow Michael on Twitter @LeadershipNow. Alexa Rank: 115,581 Google Page Rank: 5 PostRank Leadership Score: 18 Number of Posts in last 30 days: 13 TwitterGrader Score: 100
  • Great Leadership: Dan McCarthy’s blog is a great source of leadership information and a consistently good read. You can follow Dan on Twitter @GreatLeadership Alexa Rank: 333,659 Google Page Rank: 5 PostRank Leadership Score: 9 Number of Posts in last 30 days: 10 TwitterGrader Score: 99.3
  • Robin Sharma’s Leadership Blog: Robin’s take on leadership is always both interesting and informative. You can follow Robin on Twitter @_robin_sharma. Alexa Rank: 138,904 Google Page Rank: 5 PostRank Leadership Score: N/A Number of Posts in last 30 days: 2 TwitterGrader Score: 100
  • Lead Change Group. The Lead Change Group was founded by Mike Henry Sr., who is one of the true nice guys in the business. You can follow Mike on Twitter @mikehenrysr.  Alexa Rank: 200,949 Google Page Rank: 3 PostRank Leadership Score: 16 Number of Posts in last 30 days: 28 TwitterGrader Score: 100
  • Ramblings From a Glass Half Full: Terry Starbucker’s blog represents some of the more contemporary thinking on leadership. You can follow Terry on Twitter @starbucker.  Alexa Rank: 259,822 Google Page Rank: 4 PostRank Leadership Score: N/A Number of Posts in last 30 days: 9 TwitterGrader Score: 100
  • Management Excellence: Art Petty’s blog provides consistently solid leadership wisdom. You can follow  art on Twitter @artpetty.  Alexa Rank: 746494 Google Page Rank: 4 PostRank Leadership Score: N/A Number of Posts in last 30 days: 15 TwitterGrader Score: 99.3
  • Daniel Decker: Dan’s blog is always reliable and grounded. You can follow Dan on Twitter @DanielDecker. Alexa Rank: 1,623,187 Google Page Rank: 2 PostRank Leadership Score: 24 Number of Posts in last 30 days: 13 TwitterGrader Score: 100
  • Leader Talk: Mountain State University’s leadership blog is hosted by Becky Robinson. You can follow Becky on Twitter @LeaderTalk. Alexa Rank: 297,226 Google Page Rank: 3 PostRank Leadership Score: N/A Number of Posts in last 30 days: 14 TwitterGrader Score: 100
  • Orrin Woodward: Orrin is smart, creative and insightful – I only wish he’d publish more frequently updated content. You can follow Orrin on Twitter @orrin_woodward. Alexa Rank: 47,694 Google Page Rank: 4 PostRank Leadership Score: 50 Number of Posts in last 30 days: 1 TwitterGrader Score: 100
  • Tanveer Naseer: Tanveer is bright and a deep thinker. You can follow Tanveer on Twitter @tanveernaseer. Alexa Rank: 1,163,245 Google Page Rank: 3 PostRank Leadership Score: 18 Number of Posts in last 30 days: 15 TwitterGrader Score: 98
  • Big Is the New Small: Scott Williams is a breath of fresh air in the leadership space and well worth reading. You can follow Scott on Twitter @scottwilliamsAlexa Rank: 293,337 Google Page Rank: 3 PostRank Leadership Score: N/A Number of Posts in last 30 days: 22 TwitterGrader Score: 100
  • Scott Gould: Scott is one of my favorite young leadership bloggers. Scott goes deep with every post and is a must follow on Twitter @scottgould. Alexa Rank: 446,936 Google Page Rank: 3 PostRank Leadership Score: 7 Number of Posts in last 30 days: 27 TwitterGrader Score: 100
  • Leadership Solutions: The Leadership Solutions blog is written by Mary Jo Asmus. You can follow Mary Jo on Twitter @mjasmus. Alexa Rank: 1,814,538 Google Page Rank: 4 PostRank Leadership Score: N/A Number of Posts in last 30 days: 14 TwitterGrader Score: 98.0
  • Ron Edmondson: Ron is smart, authentic, approachable and he posts as frequently if not more than most in the leadership space. You can follow Ron on Twitter @ronedmondson. Alexa Rank: 644,746 Google Page Rank: 3 PostRank Leadership Score: 5 Number of Posts in last 30 days: 40 TwitterGrader Score: 100
  • Leadership Freak: Dan Rockwell’s blog is a must read. While we don’t always see eye-to-eye on things, I hold Dan’s work in high regard. You can follow Dan on Twitter @LeadershipFreak. Alexa Rank: 1,051,958 Google Page Rank: 3 PostRank Leadership Score: N/A Number of Posts in last 30 days: 27 TwitterGrader Score: 100
  • Serve to Lead: If you’re into servant leadership then you should be reading James Strock. You can follow James on Twitter @jamesstrockAlexa Rank: 7,050773 Google Page Rank: 1 PostRank Leadership Score: N/A Number of Posts in last 30 days: 13 TwitterGrader Score: 96.3
  • Random Acts of Leadership: Random Acts of Leadership is Susan Mazza’s contemplative and thoughtful leadership Blog. You can follow Susan on Twitter @SusanMazzaAlexa Rank: 2,096,995 Google Page Rank: 3 PostRank Leadership Score: N/A Number of Posts in last 30 days: 3 TwitterGrader Score: 100

So, who should be included on this list that I missed? Do any of the blogs listed above represent a particular favorite? Did I get your numbers wrong? Want to take a stab at ranking the top 5 or 10? Or if you’d just like to share your thoughts in general, please leave a comment below.

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    mikemyatt

    September 1, 2010 at 8:11 am

    Okay, you might notice that the list grew to 31 – I made such a glaring omission (a blog that I read every day) that I had to expand the list. If your blog didn't make the list, please leave a link, description, etc. in the comments below…

    Dan Collins

    September 1, 2010 at 8:35 am

    Mike,

    I believe leadership is pretty simple – not easy, not common, but simple.
    "Be the change you want to see in the world" My case is stated regularly at http://asimpleguyblog.blogspot.com for your consideration.

    Dan

      mikemyatt

      September 1, 2010 at 8:40 am

      Dan:

      Your statement: "I believe leadership is pretty simple – not easy, not common, but simple." is spot-on, which is why I enjoy reading your work. Thanks for adding your link so that our readers can benefit from your contributions as well. I would highly recommend Dan's blog. Thanks again for sharing Dan.

    elliotross

    September 1, 2010 at 8:37 am

    No – not me !

    I would nominate Miki Saxon's MAPping Company Success here though: http://mappingcompanysuccess.com/

    Posts are usually short, concise and speak much in few words.

    Regards & thanks for pointing out a few that I have missed!

      mikemyatt

      September 1, 2010 at 8:42 am

      Great catch…Thanks for sharing the link to Miki's blog Elliot.

    mikemyatt

    September 1, 2010 at 8:45 am

    Oh, and since Elliot was too humble to list his own URL I'll do it for him. Elliot is a fantastic blogger worth following: http://elliotross.wordpress.com

    Skip Reardon

    September 1, 2010 at 9:29 am

    Hi Mike – just a thought…. Six Disciplines Blog http://www.sixdisciplines.com/_blog/The_Six_Disci

    Skip Reardon @sreardon on Twitter

      mikemyatt

      September 1, 2010 at 9:43 am

      Thanks for the link Skip. If you don't read the six disciplines blog, you're missing out.

    Scott Williams

    September 1, 2010 at 9:45 am

    I'm honored… dream BIG. think BIGGER.

    Dan Rockwell

    September 1, 2010 at 9:55 am

    Mike,

    Mike,

    Thanks for the include. I appreciate it and respect you and your work.

    Thanks for giving back to the community,

    Dan

    Anna Smith

    September 1, 2010 at 10:49 am

    Thanks for sharing the list.
    I also enjoy Lisa Haneberg's blog, http://www.managementcraft.com/

      mikemyatt

      September 1, 2010 at 11:13 am

      Hi Anna:

      Thanks for sharing Lisa's Blog. It's been a while since I've looked at it, but I'll definitely stop by again soon.

    ronedmondson

    September 1, 2010 at 12:20 pm

    Thanks Mike! This is an honor that captures my heart and where I see God using me in these days…

      mikemyatt

      September 1, 2010 at 1:19 pm

      Hi Ron:

      Thanks for your contributions to both the secular and non-secular worlds. I find your blogs insightful and encouraging. Thanks Ron.

    Tanveer Naseer

    September 1, 2010 at 3:33 pm

    Thanks Mike for including me in your list of top Leadership blogs. Honoured to be included here alongside so many talented and smart writers sharing their thoughts and insights on leadership.

    Gwyn Teatro

    September 1, 2010 at 4:40 pm

    A great, comprehensive list, Mike! I, (and my blog), aspire to earn a place on it the next time. In the meantime, I'm going to check out some of those I have not yet read.
    Thanks!

    Mary Jo Asmus

    September 1, 2010 at 4:40 pm

    Mike – I'm honored to have my blog on the list. Thank you for putting the list together, and thank for the inclusion.

      mikemyatt

      September 1, 2010 at 6:08 pm

      Hi Mary Jo:

      Thanks to you for putting forth quality content on a consistent basis. Great work…

    davidburkus

    September 1, 2010 at 6:37 pm

    Good list. I'm not sure Godin's work classifies as leadership…though I do read it every day, it's more for marketing tips and deep thoughts.

    I did notice two missing blogs:

    Positive Organizational Behavior at http://bretlsimmons. And LeaderLab at http://theleaderlab.org. I'm a little biased about the last one (I run it) but still, I'd welcome your consideration and comments.

      mikemyatt

      September 1, 2010 at 7:51 pm

      Hi David:

      If I only missed two I'd be shocked.:) I follow more than 250 feeds, but decided to only list a few of my favorites. David, your rebuke about omitting Leader Lab is a fair one – Great Blog and you are someone who always causes me to stop and think. With regard to Seth, I would agree that his work is not classically "leadership," but he does frequently touch upon it, and like you, he tends to make me think. All my best David…

    Dan McCarthy

    September 1, 2010 at 7:37 pm

    Mike –
    Thanks, I'm honored!

    Adi Gaskell

    September 2, 2010 at 6:55 am

    http://www.managers.org.uk/blog is a blog on management and leadership from various authors from the Chartered Management Institute and Professional Manager magazine in the UK.

    Wes Wynens

    September 2, 2010 at 7:41 am

    List would not be complete without Bob Sutton, Work Matters, http://bobsutton.typepad.com/

      mikemyatt

      September 2, 2010 at 7:54 am

      Wes, thanks for pointing out my error. I couldn't agree more…I'm a big fan of Bob's work and he should have definitely made the list. Alas the problem with lists, and particularly one titled the "top 30," is that the list has to stop somewhere.

      Bob, my apologies to you Sir, and to all the other great leadership bloggers who were not named.

    Meredith Bell

    September 2, 2010 at 7:57 am

    Thanks so much for putting together this list, Mike. You've included my favorites and introduced me to several who are new to me. Your blog certainly deserves to be at the top, in my opinion. I admire your keen insights and courage to speak your truth.

    Jennifer V. Miller

    September 2, 2010 at 6:12 pm

    Mike,

    I echo Meredith's thoughts. Your blog posts go beyond the surface and stay away from the hyperbole that sometimes clogs the blogging world.

    Another suggestion: the Lead Change Group, which was started by Mike Henry and has moved to a multi-contributor format.
    http://leadchangegroup.com/

      mikemyatt

      September 2, 2010 at 7:54 pm

      Hi Jennifer:

      Thanks so much for the kind words. I appreciate your support and always value your feedback. With regard to the Lead Change Blog, it was included on the list as was Mike's contribution and his Twitter address…Thanks for giving the blog a second plug though:)

        Jennifer

        September 3, 2010 at 6:23 am

        Sorry! I went through the list twice and didn't see it. I think I need new reading glasses 🙁

          mikemyatt

          September 3, 2010 at 7:39 am

          No worries Jennifer…sometimes I feel as if my glasses need glasses.:)

          Actually, it's a lot of content crammed into a small space, which is one of the reasons I didn't make the list longer to begin with…Best wishes Jennifer.

    Daniel Decker

    September 2, 2010 at 9:48 pm

    Mike… honored to be on the list. Thank you! If I were making a list myself, your blog (and many that you listed) would also be listed. I'd also add the Giant Perspectives blog by Jeremie Kubicek at http://www.giantperspectives.com/

      mikemyatt

      September 2, 2010 at 11:29 pm

      Daniel:

      Thanks for the kind words and for sharing Jeremie's blog. It's always fun to find a new blog and I'll definitely check it out over the weekend. Thanks Daniel.

    scottgould

    September 3, 2010 at 6:11 am

    Thanks for adding me Mike. Better write something about leadership now!

    chicagomedicalbiling

    September 4, 2010 at 1:14 pm

    Thanks so much Mike for putting this list together…its really very nice.

    RLG

    September 6, 2010 at 11:54 am

    i2ileadership.org – leadership blog that encourages leaders to live lives of integrity in order to maximize influence

    James Strock

    September 6, 2010 at 5:12 pm

    Many thanks for including Serve to Lead, Mike! I'm honored to be in such tremendous company!

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    Arthur Carmazzi

    October 1, 2010 at 4:45 am

    I must say there are so many people to learn from here. I have gone through most of these (Thanks for making it easy Mike). and there is such amazing wisdom

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    Peter A. Mello

    November 4, 2010 at 8:20 pm

    OK, I'd swear that I thanked you for this here before but…

    So I'm taking advice from Wally Bock's mom who said we should write three thank you notes every day. Wally challenged us to do that on Weekly Leader Podcast Episode 72!

    So, on behalf of the entire Weekly Leader Team, thank you for including us on your list which is an amazing leadership resource. We are proud yet humbled by inclusion.

    Thanks also for all of your generous leadership sharing here every day. You are my leadership daily must read!

    Fair Winds,
    Peter A. Mello
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    Colby

    December 6, 2010 at 11:57 pm

    This is awesome. So many great leaders and blogs. Great post!

    No Contract Cell pp

    December 14, 2010 at 3:36 am

    Thanks so much for putting together this list, Mike. You’ve included my favorites and introduced me to several who are new to me. Your blog certainly deserves to be at the top, in my opinion. I admire your keen insights and courage to speak your truth.

    Naveen Goel

    December 15, 2010 at 10:58 pm

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    Hi Mike,

    I am Naveen Goel (Sr. Engineering Manager with Adobe Systems). I’m not an MBA. Nor am I a writer. But I have been doing people and project management for years. And I believe that management is about applying common sense. So, people management is applying common sense on common people. And project management is applying common sense to get things done from common people. I have recently started blogging. With my blogs, I’ll keep sharing my experience on these two types of management.

    Please review and provide your valuable feedback on my blog:

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    (There are 7 articles posted so far: starting from "Who am I", … till, "To DELEGATE…")

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    Ali

    March 4, 2011 at 4:31 pm

    Hi Mike,

    Presently the anchor text Robin Sharma’s Leadership Blog is linking to the previous website page (as the site recently went through a complete revamp). The current site is a lot more user friendly – check it out: http://www.robinsharma.com/

    Mathew Collinel

    May 9, 2011 at 1:34 pm

    This is a very nice collection, have started checking these blogs .Will let you know which one I feel is the best once I go through them.

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    Sarah

    May 12, 2011 at 4:16 pm

    Just working on my Msc in Management so this list is incredibly helpful, I’ll start to look through them and hopefully find a favourite. Thanks

    Nschoychid

    August 30, 2011 at 2:12 pm

    Great picks!!! Walkthetalk has a great up and coming Leadership and Personal Developement Blog…. http://www.walkthetalk.com/blog/category/leadership-and-personal-development-center/ 

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    R Shekar

    April 1, 2012 at 8:03 am

    Just retweeted complimenting the list of thinkers on the subject of leadership. The Alexa and Google page rankings show how tough it is to belong here! Very inspiring. 

    Skip Prichard

    April 7, 2012 at 4:32 pm

    Mike, what a great list. I just started my own leadership blog a few months ago and will reference your terrific list for inspiration. Wish I would have seen this even earlier.

    Rob Moore

    April 13, 2012 at 8:50 am

    WOW! This is an awesome list! I can see that you put a lot of work into this. I really appreciate what you did here, I will definitely have to spend more time here. Thanks again!

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    Jerry Chen

    May 26, 2012 at 7:34 am

    Hey Mike – Literally just stumbled upon this post a few minutes ago… And I’ve most definitely bookmarked your blog. Great commentary on each guru!

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    Sam Jayasinghe

    February 9, 2013 at 10:41 am

    Mike, good list, but you missed one great blog according to my opinion and that is: leadingwithtrust.com by Randy Conley! And… what about my blog? 🙂 http://www.upleadership.com I’m a new blogger by the way. Have a great day and thank you very much Mike.

    Worden Report

    April 14, 2013 at 9:32 am

    In surveying the blogs you list, I am struck by the degree of consensus on underlying assumptions. For instance, the writers all take a leader-centric view, such as that trust in the leader or the leader’s strategy is important. I just read a verse on leadership in a Taoist writing and was struck by the suggestion that a leader should not use strategy in leading. It turns out it might not be about the leader after all. In case you are interested, here is an analysis of the entire verse: http://www.thewordenreport.blogspot.com/2013/04/taoist-leadership.html
    An implication may be that more diversity of thought is needed on leadership. Without questioning assumptions we take for granted, we may be destined to keep repeating our mistakes as leaders.

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