Socrates Thanks You: We May Not Have The Quantity (Yet), But We Certainly Have The Quality

Dear friends,

It took me a few days to digest the results from my first ever fund-raising campaign and decide what to do next. During that time I took a long, hard look in the mirror of public opinion and input.

Socrates takes a look in the mirror

I received many amazing testimonials and public endorsements and few criticisms. Still, I can’t fail to ignore 2 facts:

  1. Your input was overwhelmingly positive. I was simply overrun by messages not only via email but also via all kinds of social media. (This is one of the main reasons it took me so long to post this because I did my best to reply to as many of you as possible.)
  2. I failed to reach my stated goal of raising $30,000.

So, how do I reconcile the above 2 facts and what have I decided to do next?!

Check out the video below or the audio above to find out!

Thank you!

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