In this episode we’re joined by Michele Molitor, and she is going to help us learn how to say no in a graceful way. We’re also going to be talking a lot about how the brain works. Michele is the Founder and CEO of Nectar Consulting Inc., and a co-author of the best-selling book “Breakthrough Healing”.
Michele works with executives and entrepreneurs, bringing more than over 25 years of experience and strategic business savvy to their success. She enhances the capacity of leaders to build high-performing teams and exponentially increase bottom-line results. She does this by using a unique, rapid rewiring approach based out of her studies on emotional intelligence, neuroscience, organizational psychology, and rapid transformational therapy. Using this strategy, she helps clients eliminate mental and emotional blocks to rapidly rewire their brain for greater confidence and success.
On this episode of the Live. Love. Engage. podcast:
- How women can learn to say no with grace and grit.
- Why saying no is not selfish, and how to decide what to say no to.
- How emotional issues can be linked to physical sensations.
- The meaning behind the sign opposite of Michelle’s desk.
- What got Michele interested in neuroscience.
- How she helps clients get at their limiting beliefs at subconscious level.
- The role that hypnosis plays in Michele’s process.
- Which part of Michele’s work lights her up the most.
- The type of services Michele offers through Nectar Consulting Inc.
- How Michele has managed the stress of this past year.
- Why you need to “use it or lose it”.
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[00:00:02] Welcome to Live Love Engage the podcast where we share practical advice from a spiritual perspective of how to create a life and business with more impact, influence and income.
[00:00:16] I’m your host, Gloria Grace Rand, the insightful copywriter and founder of The Love Method.
[00:00:23] My mission is to help you stop doubting yourself so you can live fully, love deeply and engage authentically.
[00:00:35] Now I’m a stay and welcome to live, love and engage, I am Gloria Grace Brand, and today I got a guest on the program who is going to be helping us to learn how to say no and in a graceful way. And also talk a little bit about how the brain works. Her name is Michelle Mulcher. Is that my pronouncing the last name right? Yeah, you got it. Very good. So first off, welcome to Live Love Engage.
[00:01:06] Michelle, thank you so much for having me on the show, Gloria. It’s wonderful to be here with you.
[00:01:12] Well, we appreciate it. And I know that we’re going to have a really great conversation today, because let me share with you just a little bit about who this wonderful woman is. She is the founder and CEO, CEO of Nektar Consulting Inc and co author of the best selling book Breakthrough Healing. And she works with executives and entrepreneurs bringing more than twenty five years of experience, intuitive insights and strategic business savvy to their success. She’s an expert in at enhancing the capacity of leaders to build high performing teams and exponentially increase bottom line results. And she does this through a unique rapid what rewiring approach, I should say, which is a culmination of years of study in the realms of emotional intelligence, neuroscience, organizational psychology and rapid transformational therapy.
[00:02:10] And what she’s able to do is Cabbalah shifts in thinking and eliminate mental and emotional blocks to rapidly rewire your brain for greater confidence and success. And I tell you, that is a really good thing to be able to help people with, because I know as someone who has discovered over the last certainly over the last 10 years I’ve been in business that I’ve I have had some limiting beliefs, shall we say, that I inherited from my my parents, especially my mom, that I had to work with and rewire a bit in order to do those things that we that we inherited.
[00:02:53] Thank you to our lovely parents and families of origin.
[00:02:59] And they and they did the best they could. And that’s a lot of stuff. It’s not even even their fault going back even more and gets handed down.
[00:03:08] Handed down.
[00:03:09] Absolutely. Well, one of the things I wanted to talk to you about is something that I know again, this is something I have personal experience with the way I grew up, being a bit of a people pleaser, shall we say. And I know I think also a lot of women and women entrepreneurs, we are especially heart centered people. I think in particular, we want to be able to help everyone. We want to be able to make our clients happy or we want to make our families happy, or we want to make our communities happy and sometimes put wind up putting ourselves last. So how do we learn to say no with grace and grit?
[00:03:56] Yes, it is an important skill to learn because we are compassionate, kind, amazing human beings. And oftentimes there is that people pleasing element with us within us to keep the peace, to not upset the apple cart, to go along, to get along right. And I myself have done a fair bit of that myself, too, over the years and through my work as an executive coach and rapid transformational therapies.
[00:04:33] Now for I just had my 19th anniversary last week. Wonderful. Congratulations. Exciting. And what I found is that we have these these beliefs that we’ve inherited. Right. That are implanted in our subconscious thinking in the back of our mind, which is about 90 percent of your brain power. Right. So it does most of the work in the daily computing of our lives. And if you’ve got beliefs in there that say, oh, in order to be safe, I have to behave this particular way. Right. And you can thank your amygdala, which is the fight or flight mechanism in your brain. I like to call her Amy. Amy loves you. She just wants to keep you safe. And Amy’s very steadfast. So if you give her a belief at age five, she will hold on to that belief until you rip it out of her hands. You give her a new belief. Right. So the first thing to note is where are. Are you avoiding social pain for fear of being judged? I’m going to say, sure, I’ll do that because I’m avoiding social pain, of being judged, of being not like fear of missing out you. It’s very popular and and just recognizing like, oh, I didn’t say no to helping that person on that project, even though I know that I don’t have enough time and I’m already feeling overwhelmed, but I wanted to make them happy.
[00:06:07] And so you get to notice where you are, sacrificing yourself, your own needs, wants and desires to take care of other people, even though it’s making you unhappy. Right. And I can hear I can hear the chorus saying, but isn’t that selfish, right? Oh, no. My friends, it is not being selfish because if you’re depleted, if you’ve given everything to everyone else, then there’s nothing left for you and then you can’t do your good work in the world. So, you know, it’s about pulling your own energy back and recalibrating and getting more and more clear and discerning. What what do you really need to say yes to and what do you really need to say no to? Right. So you can do that a couple of ways to make that those priorities right. First, understanding what are your core values? What are the things that are like water and air to you that you have to have in your daily life? And if that request coming at you is out of alignment with your values, that’s one indicator that you might need to say no right now. Another indicator is how is your body responding to that request? Why we have this amazing contraption called a body and we operate most of the time from about here, up from the head up, and we ignore all of the other information we’re getting from our body.
[00:07:35] And if someone says, hey, Gloria, can you jump in and help me out with this project? I know you’re really busy, but, oh, gosh, I could really, really use your help. And if you’re on your shoulders immediately, go over it right up in your ears and your back tightens up. That’s your your body going. Hmm. You might need to pause and think about that for a hot minute. Right. So really tuning into your own internal dialogue and listening to the wisdom then it has to share with you is really, really important. When we ignore that our bodies will get louder and louder with their messages. Right. So it might be a headache and it might be a back ache. Men might be a migraine. Then you might be on the floor with your back. Right. Snake your body going, I, I tried to warn you, but you didn’t listen to what was right. So there’s there’s these different tools that you can use to start to help guide you and discerning what’s going to be most important for you as the way to share your time and your your life force your energy with other people.
[00:08:52] That’s that’s awesome. Yeah, I definitely have learned and it’s been interesting over the last few years that my body is very sensitive to my emotions. And I mean, this first showed up, I think, after my sister passed away and that following year I was having tremendous back issues. And and once I got it under control and then when it came back, I was like, OK, what’s going on in my life right now? And then I’d be kind of like, oh, yeah, that’s what it is. And as soon as I could start to fix the emotional side of it, then the back tended to clear up. So which is kind of disappointing. My chiropractor, I’m not going to see him as often, but I like it better myself.
[00:09:38] Well, and you raise a really great point. One of my favorite quotes is your greatest like.
[00:09:44] No, not that one. This quote is emotions that cannot find their vent. Tears will cause other organs to weep. My doctor, Henry Mosley, which is from like the eighteenth to the eighteenth century or something, he was a psychologist and and I had a similar experience. Right. My I literally got up on Thanksgiving morning and my back was locked up and I was in severe pain for like nine months. I had cortisol shots to my spine, nothing else. And I had unfortunately, that that may this was after seven, eight, nine months, a very close friend of mine passed away unexpectedly and we created this. Beautiful ceremony of life for her, and I just cried and cried and cried and cried and cried and cried and shortly thereafter a back pain went away and it was such a huge aha for me.
[00:10:47] And you see, like, oh, I had had all this pent up other emotions, other traumas in my life and were all being stored in my back. And when I let them out by just crying my eyes out for hours, literally it it started to dissipate. So there’s a lot of power that we hold in our bodies and we just have to get to let that stuff move through. You can’t you can’t think, oh, I’ll get to that another time.
[00:11:16] Absolutely. It comes back to haunt you. I want to I want to turn to something else in a minute. But there’s one thing I find it really fascinating when I’m interviewing folks and I see signs behind them. And for those of you who are listening, you’re not able to see this, but you have a great sign on your bookcase that says behind every successful woman is herself.
[00:11:39] A man I love that makes that it says, look, a civil libertarian.
[00:11:49] Yeah, sure, sure. Agree a little bit about what does that really mean to you?
[00:11:55] So it was a gift from my mother. And my mother is a very strong woman. She and my father have been business partners and married for sixty, almost sixty two years now. And I’ve always endeavored to be as good as a businesswoman as she has been. And, you know, women are amazing. We are the we are the doers and the plate spinners.
[00:12:22] Not to say that men don’t do as well, but it seems like. You know, there’s always career and family that a lot of women have to balance, right, which doubles the load and they still don’t get the credit and they’re paid less than men. It was really annoying. And and it’s even more evident now with with and I just saw an article on the news just yesterday about so many women are actually leaving their jobs because they have to be at home taking care of their kids because they’re homeschooling their kids. Right.
[00:12:58] It’s just it’s been crazy this year.
[00:13:02] So, you know, giving yourself credit for all the hard work that you do. Right.
[00:13:12] And and know that you are tenacious and resilient and you are able to do this.
[00:13:20] I, I.
[00:13:22] Earlier this year, I worked with an amazing coach by the name of Lindsey Ardmore, and we did some serious deep dive work together on some of the aspects of my business. And as you said, me, this bracelet when we first started and it moved me to tears because it says and still she persisted. Right. And it’s just like it still brings me to tears.
[00:13:45] It’s like someone recognized how hard I work and and and gave me credit. And we don’t we don’t do that for ourselves and we don’t do that with each other, particularly as women. It can be very easy to see women start sniping at each other. And it’s like, ladies, we got to we have to stay together. That’s right. Yeah. I’ve really got to have each other’s back. So that’s kind of what’s behind that.
[00:14:13] Like that very much. Very good. Well, I mean, the other thing I want to talk to you about is something which I think also does sort of play into why maybe why we don’t give ourselves credit enough is this area of neuroscience. And I have to tell you, I’ve been, well, actually fortunate and this is my sister helping me out from from beyond. She had she had a wonderful she was a massage therapist. She had a great book collection. And when she passed, I sort of just kind of pick some books that sounded interesting and brought them home with me. Well, a couple of them were actually about the brain. And then one of them was called like making a great brain great or making something, make it great or something and how the brain works. And and I read them when I was really fascinated about our capacity to really change. So I was wondering, first off, what what made what got you interested in the subject of neuroscience in particular?
[00:15:17] Sure, so am I and my former career as a creative director and web development, I did that for 10 years. I was a graphic designer, creative director, and then I. I moved to San Francisco at the height of the boom in two thousand and thought I had my golden ticket and we’re going to IPO. And then the market crashed. And essentially about nine months later, I got bullied out of my job. And and it was quite devastating for me. And I at that point, my my uncle suggested that I get a coach of these things called career coaches.
[00:15:53] Now, I was like, OK, where do I find one? And so I found a coach to help me figure out what to do next because I was such a deer in the headlights and in the process of being coached, I found my true calling like, oh, this is the work I’m meant to be doing. Right? So I got trained and certified, started my company, Nektar Consulting, and I’ve been doing it ever since. And all along the last 20 years, I’ve I’ve been doing a deep dive into personal development.
[00:16:20] And how does our brain work and why do we do the things that we do? And why do some people have confidence and some people have no confidence? Right. This has been really fascinating to me because my confidence was shattered and I was like trying to glue the pieces back together and re recalibrate who I was. And and so it had me really do a deep dive into, well, how do our brains work and why is it that some people react this way and some people react that way? Because for a few years I had a whole belief around coaching. Well, it’s kind of woo woo but it’s not well, it’s science people. It’s science. And that’s what I love about it. And so it’s actually now the the science has has given us so much more information about how neuroplasticity works right now. We can continually learn and grow and change our brain. So many amazing stories about, for example, people have suffered strokes. It literally kills a part of your brain. And now science tells us through this amazing process that other parts of your brain will literally start to rewire themselves to take over the part that’s not working right. And you can retrain your brain. So so basically what I do through my rapid rewiring work is I’m combining what’s called rapid transformational therapy or art for short with coaching over a 30 day period. And I’m I’m getting I’m helping people get up there limiting beliefs at a subconscious level. Right. And we’re identifying them. We’re rewriting the script, rewriting the story. The emotional baggage is getting left behind and then building new neural pathways in their brain around new beliefs, new habits, new strategies for success. So it is possible. It’s very powerful. I’ve worked with folks all over the world and have helped them not only change their mindset, increase their confidence, their self-esteem, their levels of success, but in the process, those emotional scars that we’ve been carrying around, as we talked about earlier, can create physical manifestations and ailments in our bodies. And so I’ve watched folks literally release chronic migraines, IBS.
[00:18:56] Which word I’m looking for?
[00:18:59] Adrenal fatigue that they’ve been dealing with years and decades in a matter of 30 to 90 days. So it’s our brains are phenomenal places and we’ve only scratched the surface of what we can actually accomplish with it.
[00:19:16] That’s that’s awesome. Yeah. And it is interesting I this capacity to change, to change our thinking and because we have that power and I’ve definitely I’ve learned that in working with other with different coaches and different programs and and even just figuring it out for myself sometimes because I there was a story I had developed from something that happened to me when I was seven years old. I was in second grade. And I guess I was I I liked a boy and was chasing him around the schoolyard at lunchtime trying to kiss him. And one day during show until he got up and told the class about that and. I have that moment, I just got so embarrassed. I mean, that’s that’s what I remember, just feeling really mortified, embarrassed. I told everybody what I was doing, that it was really a big secret because everybody could see what I was doing. It really was a secret. But I because I didn’t have confidence in myself at that time. But I was going through a program a few years ago and I was at the airport journaling. And this thought came into my head about and I was like, you know, maybe I was looking at it wrong. Maybe he was actually bragging to the class that I was chasing him. Maybe he really even liked me. And I just took it the wrong way. I could have just as easily been happy about it and maybe sat up straighter and smiled on the proud. But I didn’t do that. But I’m thinking, well, maybe I can just decide that is what happened now because. But he’s not around. He doesn’t know any more. He’s not going to know if I to change my mind about it. So I’m just choosing to now remember it in a much more positive way because that other way didn’t serve me at all.
[00:21:17] Exactly. And you did a that’s a beautiful key thing to do right there, right? I do that with my clients while they’re in hypnosis, actually, like, OK, so see the scene that you’re seeing, feel the feelings that you’re having now, how do you really want it to be changed? The dynamic, change the story, change the outcome because you’re mine in the state of hypnosis doesn’t know the difference between what’s real and what’s imagined. So when you change it right in this state, then you’re you’re letting go of the emotional charge that was around that scene. Right. And then you’re like, oh, that was great. You really like me. And wow, I got this whole boost of confidence from that and well, I feel great. And it creates this amazing ripple effect all the way forward throughout your life.
[00:22:04] So. So that is what you do then you help people actually using hypnosis is one of the tools that you use. Yeah. Yeah, that’s that’s smart because I think that does probably make it happen faster, but probably leads to that rapid transformation.
[00:22:20] Does that it makes things happen a lot faster because coaching therapy, they all have their places. And what I love and what I’ve experienced for myself using art is that when you get at something at a subconscious level, you’re bypassing your critical judging prefrontal cortex, right where we do about five to ten percent of your conscious thinking.
[00:22:46] So you move past the conscious mind to the subconscious mind and an alpha brain wave state, which is that half awake, half asleep place is actually your super learning state. So when you’re changing out the store, you’re swapping out the script. Bad script, good script. OK, put the bad script in the trash can and then I actually create a customized recording for my clients as well, based on all the data and our conversations and whatnot. It’s mixed in with binary music and it has and a particular way and lilt and and cadence instilling new empowering beliefs and thoughts and habits. Right. And you listen to that recording every night as you drift off to sleep for twenty one to thirty days. And that repetition is actually building those new neural pathways. So your brain likes what’s familiar. Right. And what you’re familiar has been, oh, I’m a terrible person, I’m so embarrassed. I have no confidence right now. And so Amy, your amygdala took that belief and has been holding onto it this whole time. Exactly. Now you’re saying, Amy, no, no, we’re going to change it. I’m going to swap you. I’m going to give you this new belief. I want to take that other one. Want to throw it away like, oh, OK, great. I still have a job and she has a job, but she’s happy. Right. And so through that process and over that 30 day period, in addition with the coaching and whatnot. My clients are able to really find new perspectives about themselves. I am enough, I am confident. I believe in myself, I’m worthy, I’m lovable and deserving right now. When they can start to change those beliefs at a very deep subconscious level, everything starts to change. It’s really quite amazing to witness.
[00:24:37] I can imagine that’s that’s awesome. What type of art? Well, it’s interesting. One bit better way to say this. Well, what is your. What is your favorite thing? I want to go there. What’s what is your favorite thing about what you do, what really just likes you about?
[00:25:00] Oh, gosh, the thing that lights me up the most is when I’m working with someone and they come to me and they’re like, Oh, I have this this heavy, horrible thing that I’m carrying and I can’t carry it any longer. Please help me. I just I’ve tried everything. I don’t know what else to do. Please help me. And they’re even skeptical, like, are you sure this is going to work? And we go through the process and they do the work and they listen to the recording and we have our coaching sessions.
[00:25:33] And they show up on the other side of that. And they’re lighter and they’re brighter and they’re just they’re it’s like they’re a whole different person. I have a thank you note here on my wall that one of my clients sent me.
[00:25:47] She had been dealing with a an eating disorder her whole life since she was 15 and she was 50 at the time.
[00:25:57] And it says on the front, the mind is everything which you think you become. And in it, she she basically says, thank you. Although our time together was short, you’ve truly transformed my life. I’m eternally grateful. And her her need to eat a cake or pie at night disappeared. And she wrote me like a month later she was like, I’m down a dress size. I feel great, you know? So it’s it’s those moments where someone reclaims their life from their fears that have been holding them hostage for 20, 30, 40, 50 years.
[00:26:41] That that’s the the beautiful nugget that lights me up and makes my whole day.
[00:26:49] That’s great.
[00:26:53] I can see that being so worthwhile, and I know even the work that I’ve done it does, it’s when I hear about them doing something that maybe they were scared to do before and now they’ve been able to do it. This makes me feel good to.
[00:27:10] When, how?
[00:27:11] Actually, well, yeah, how do you do generally work with clients like one on one, or do you ever do any other type of, like, group programs or how does that work?
[00:27:23] Yeah. So yes and yes, both is the answer. So I have a couple of different ways that I work with folks. I have my my one on one rapid rewiring program.
[00:27:33] That’s the deep dive work that we do over 30, 60 or 90 days, depending on the stuff that they’re coming to me with. And I also have my rapid rewire membership community. And inside of that we have twice monthly master class coaching sessions each month. We have a different topic. This month we’ve been talking about tapping into your power and presence. How do you expand your presence as a leader? We have guest experts and each month has a different transformational recording that’s that guided hypnosis recording that I make. And then there’ll be other tools and and tidbits that I put in each month because I have an abundance of content that I love to share with people. So the membership people can come in and stay its monthly stay as long as they like. And there’s a ton of of information and resources there and a beautiful community of support of like minded other business professionals from all over the place. And so and then for my corporate friends out there, I’m actually getting ready to launch a whole corporate employee wellbeing program, which is going to have trainings, which includes the membership as well for support for folks. So there’s a couple different ways that I get to work with folks, which is really joyful.
[00:28:59] Yeah, have you I actually I’m just curious from me, just because I know that for some reason, especially like this week, it’s been challenging for me and a good friend suggested that it might have been because both presidential candidates were in our state. And maybe I was picking up on the emotion.
[00:29:18] You know, maybe the whole nation is feeling crunchy right now. Oh, yeah. But I’m just can’t come fast enough.
[00:29:27] I’m going to be really glad when that takes place. How have you found that for yourself, I mean, because you are you’re doing work for other people, but how has this year, which has been a unique year, how have you been managing and what do you do to be able to help yourself when you feel challenged?
[00:29:51] Sure. Well, as a I learned this years ago, as a highly sensitive person, I have very active mirror neurons in my brain which pick up on everybody else’s emotions. Right. You always have been this way. And so I’m very aware of all that’s happening. I mean, just the energy of this year has been very heavy and anxious for many, many people all around the world. Right.
[00:30:23] And so before covid, I would go to the gym two or three times a week and I lift weights and I was super strong and then covered it. And I can’t go to the gym and I haven’t been able to go. So hopefully this weekend I actually get to go to the gym for the first time and I don’t know how long, but for me, other ways that I’ve been coping, meditation, I was able to plant and nurture my vegetable garden this year. So that was my Zen time, would go out at lunch and I’d water my tomatoes and talk to them and make them happy. And, you know, just being outdoors, going for hikes, watching the birds. I have a hummingbird feeder attached to my window and they come dance for me all the time, all throughout the day. And then my own pets. Right. I have a couple of cats in this crazy golf and cockatoo named Alice. That keeps me very well entertained. So it’s it’s really about taking time to reconnect with yourself and getting quiet, doing a digital detox, turn off the news, take time to do creative endeavors. I paint. So that’s that’s one of my paintings and just, you know, finding outlets for that energy so it doesn’t get bottled up and listen to your body. So it because it’ll tell you what it needs.
[00:31:53] Yeah, absolutely. Oh, that’s good. Great advice because I think that is yeah. It’s it’s been a challenging year for everybody and I think it’s so important to find ways. And I know I’ve I’ve done some new things this year. I mean, I even started writing songs, which is something I haven’t done well. I was like seven. I think that’s amazing. Congratulations. And just doing lots of different writing poetry a little bit. And so I and I realized to this week it was like, I think I don’t need to do some more of those. So I started doing some different types drawn to help myself. And it’s so important really do need to take care of ourselves. Just like you said. If we don’t, then aren’t we people aren’t going to be able to we’re not going to be able to take care of other people, really, if we don’t start with our right and you’ve probably heard this before, use it or lose it.
[00:32:51] It’s very, very true about your brain and your body. So if you just sit and an hour sedate on the couch and you’re not using your body, you’re not using your brain, it will it will wither on the vine. Right. So getting some kind of exercise every day is really important for your physical and emotional wellbeing. It creates endorphins throughout your body, which makes you feel better. Some of your happy chemicals. You know, for me, designing things, building things is a creative endeavor. So I’ve I’ve literally built up this whole corporate employee wellbeing program over the last three months, like, oh, I could have sat and read a book or this whole new thing. So that’s that’s just what keeps me happy and keeps my brain engaged and writing articles and giving interviews like this is all fun stuff for me. Right.
[00:33:51] That’s awesome. Well, I want to also ask you if someone is interested in learning more about some of the rapid rewiring that you’re offering, what is the best way for people to learn about you?
[00:34:05] Sure. So you can always visit my website, Nektar Consulting Dotcom and our consulting dot com. And it’s I’m getting a new Web site any moment now, and I’m pulling some things apart. So you can always look for me at Nektar Consulting dot com or very soon in like probably three weeks. Michelle Molterer dot com as well. All right, so you’ll have access to me in both places and invite you to if you’re curious and you’d like to talk more about some of the challenges you’re facing, I’m happy to have a complimentary discovery call with you.
[00:34:45] We’ll spend 30 minutes over the phone and you can share with me some more about what’s not working and what you’d like to shift. So it is possible, I promise.
[00:34:56] Excellent. Yeah, it is. That’s for sure. As I like to joke sometimes as screwed up as I’ve been in the past, I know I’ve made a lot of progress. And so if I can do it, anybody can do it. And even faster, I’m sure. But I’m OK. I’m OK with the pace I’m taking. And so we all get there the moment we need to get there.
[00:35:18] Not a moment before. Exactly.
[00:35:21] For sure. So if you are listening right now and you don’t have a pen to jot that down, don’t worry, we’ll have all of the links in in the show notes for you. So, yeah. Thanks so much for being here. Well, I knew this was going to be a good conversation, and I’m really glad that you were able to take some time and spend it with us today.
[00:35:43] Yes. Thank you so much. Always a pleasure. So lovely to to chat with you and hopefully provide some insights for folks who are listening. And yeah, you know what? Your brain is an amazing place. So you get to use it and strengthen it like every other muscle in your body.
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