How to Minimize Decision Fatigue with Jones Loflin

Stressing over little decisions in life is something that many people do. Whether it’s picking out an outfit, choosing where you want to eat for lunch or what dessert you want, we all experience moments like these. Overall, this isn’t something to be concerned about unless these trivial decisions are taking up too much time and thought, and leaving less mental energy for more important things.

In his article, “How To Minimize Decision Fatigue In Your Day“, Jones Loflin explains what decision fatigue is and how to conserve your mental energy.

How To Minimize Decision Fatigue In Your Day

By Jones Loflin

Innovative Yet Practical Solutions

It all seemed so harmless. The cashier at the coffee shop handed me the receipt and said, “The coffee mugs are to your right. Once you have picked your mug, just choose your favorite coffee. Enjoy!” “How cool,” I thought. “I get to choose my cup.” And that’s when things got ugly.About Jones Loflin Page

I spent the next five minutes trying to determine which coffee cup felt the best in my hand. I examined the thickness of the cup rims to imagine which one would feel best on my lips. And size, of course, was a factor as well. I made a choice, but couldn’t help but feel if I had taken longer, I could have made a better selection. And we won’t talk about the three minutes I took trying to decide which coffee I should put in that chosen vessel.

My comical journey to get a cup of coffee mirrors a more serious challenge we face today. We have so much information (coffee cups) and freedom of choice (pick any one you like) that we are depleting our mental energy on trivial things, leaving us precious few resources to make good decisions on items of greater significance. The condition is most commonly called “Decision Fatigue.”

Wikipedia defines decision fatigue as “referring to the deteriorating quality of decisions made by an individual, after a long session of decision-making.”

If decision fatigue is a common occurrence in your day, here are seven steps you can take to conserve (and/or replenish) your mental energy so the decisions you make are more likely to bring the outcome you most want:

Schedule tasks requiring a significant decision to be made to the morning hours. Remember that the act of making decisions is as draining on your mental energy as running is to your physical energy. Mornings are typically those times when your decision-making skills are at their best. There’s a reason you frequently hear people struggling with a big decision say, “I’m going to sleep on it.”

Choose one important factor on which to make your decision-and make it. Remind yourself that it is rare for any decision to be perfect. As you move forward you can make smaller decisions about how to address other factors. The key is to get moving. Remember that in many situations, done is better than perfect.

Limit your choices. Numerous studies have shown that too many choices invoke mental paralysis when it comes to decision making. Having less choices gives us less data from which to dissect (and get lost) and moves us toward a solution more quickly. When possible, quickly narrow your choices to three, and evaluate only those three from which to arrive at a decision.

Use a timer to improve (and streamline) your decision-making process. With all the information at our fingertips, we can research almost anything indefinitely and still not come up with the perfect solution. To force yourself to prioritize what information and resources you will use to come to a conclusion, set a timer and start working through the process. When the timer rings, make a decision and stick to it. An effective tool for teams to create a healthy sense of urgency to move toward a decision is to use something like a Time Timer.

Make decisions that free you from making more decisions. This idea comes from Brian Bailey. An example he gives is planning meals days in advance instead of trying to make a choice after a mentally exhausting day at work. Another example might be your wardrobe. It’s no secret why people like Mark Zuckerburg and President Barack Obama limit their wardrobe… they know they want their mental energy available for making much bigger decisions.

Leverage the mental energy of others. You’ve seen it happen before. You’re struggling with making a major (or even minor) decision and you present your dilemma to a friend or someone you trust. In just a few minutes (or seconds) they offer a solution that you couldn’t find after struggling for hours. They tend to be more objective and look at the situation with less personal bias, fears, etc. And while we’re on the subject of others, why not let them make more decisions. Stop being the decider of everything.

Be more intentional about restoring your mental energy. After you’ve made several decisions, take a few moments to replenish your mental resources. Take a brief walk. Laugh. Have a positive conversation with someone or offer words of encouragement to others. Reflect on recent successes you’ve experienced at work or with your family. Enjoy a tasty treat (in moderation of course).

In my coffee cup conundrum, I wasted way too much time on the choosing, which left me less time to enjoy the coffee and spend quality time with a friend. It’s the same with making larger decisions. The longer you take to make a decision, the less time you have to experience the benefits (and learn from the consequences) of the choice and move forward with your goals or ideas.

Where is decision fatigue keeping you from making quicker and wiser decisions?

Jones Loflin is a global keynote speaker on innovative yet practical workplace challenges and opportunities specific to the critical needs in today’s marketplace. He is the author of several books, including the award-winning, Juggling Elephants. Jones is a leader in solutions for individuals, groups and businesses dealing with lack of engagement, satisfaction and retention and all the tools to support balanced, productive lives.

For more information on booking a keynote speaker for one of your events, check out www.eaglestalent.com or call our office at 1.800.345.5607.

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Honoring National Hispanic Heritage Month with Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch

National Hispanic Heritage Month is every year from September 15 to October 15, it recognizes the contributions made from the Hispanic culture to the United States. The celebratory month started off as a week in 1968, but by 1988 it was officially made into a month. This year the theme is “Honoring our Heritage. Building our Future.”

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Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch is a U.S. Army veteran with Spanish roots, an incredible story and important message. As a child, Consuelo faced poverty and discrimination, especially with her education. Fortunately, she managed to overcome all the adversity by graduating from college. She then joined the army, and made history when she became the highest-ranking Hispanic woman in the Combat Support Field of the U.S. Army.

After retiring from the army, Consuelo decided that she wanted to give back to the youth who might be experiencing the same challenges that she did. Shortly after in 1996, she founded the Educational Achievement Services, Inc. (EAS), a human development company. EAS strives to inspire, motivate and develop the next generation of leaders.

Consuelo is passionate about guiding young people to their full potential. She serves as an example to the National Hispanic Heritage Month’s theme by helping to build the futures of the youth.

In addition to all this, Consuelo is a renowned and passionate speaker who shares her story with people of all ages. From topics like education, leadership and cultural diversity, she connects with her audience and delivers presentations that truly resonate with them.

For more information on booking a Hispanic keynote speaker for one of your events, check out www.eaglestalent.com or call our office at 1.800.345.5607.

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Honoring National Hispanic Heritage Month with Victor Antonio

National Hispanic Heritage Month is every year from September 15 to October 15, it recognizes the contributions made from the Hispanic culture to the United States. The celebratory month started off as a week in 1968, but by 1988 it was officially made into a month. This year the theme is “Honoring our Heritage. Building our Future.”

victor-antonioVictor Antonio is a CEO, author, sales trainer, motivational speaker, and he’s also Puerto Rican. Serving as a true example of the American dream, Victor went from a poor upbringing in a rough part of Chicago, to the successful CEO he is today. He earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and an MBA. Through the course of a 20 year career, he worked his way up to his prestigious position at numerous multi-billion dollar companies. This position has taken him all around the world to places like Asia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and more. In addition to this, Victor stars on the show Life or Debt on SpikeTV, where he leads families out of economic problems using his expertise.

Victor Antonio is a prime example of this years Hispanic Heritage Month theme. He has honored his Hispanic roots, and continues to build an impressive future for himself.

As a keynote speaker for Eagles Talent, Victor Antonio discusses a variety of topics like leadership, sales strategies and cultural diversity. He is full of energy during his presentations and motivates his audience to achieve their goals.

For more information on booking a keynote speaker for one of your events, check out www.eaglestalent.com or call our office at 1.800.345.5607.

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Our Magical Snapchat Story: Vinh Giang Visits Eagles Talent

Last week we had the pleasure of meeting Australian born Vinh Giang! Besides being a successful entrepreneur, and charismatic keynote speaker, he is a talented magician

vinh-giang-3Coming from humble beginnings, Vinh started his speaking career by winning a competition that required contestants to speak on stage for 15 minutes, but he did 30. From that moment on, Vinh has continued to make a name for himself, and delivers his keynote speeches in a unique way, with magic tricks as a metaphor for the message he wants to convey. 

Want to see Vinh Giang in action? Take a moment to watch our Snapchat story below, and don’t forget to add us at: eaglestalent!

 

In the video, Vinh explains that the only reason he was able to fool us, was because we all looked at the trick from an individual perspective. But, if we had joined together and payed attention from multiple points of view, we would’ve figured it out.

So what’s the main message here? Collaboration is key!

It’s true when trying to solve a magic trick, and true in business. Vinh Giang drives this key business concept and others, by creating a fun and highly entertaining atmosphere of illusion in his carefully crafted keynotes. 

For more information on booking an entertaining keynote speaker for one of your events, check out www.eaglestalent.com or call our office at 1.800.345.5607.

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Top 5 African American Keynote Speakers to Book for Your 2017 MLK or Black History Month Event

January and February may be months away, but now is the time to start booking the speakers you want for your 2017 MLK or Black History month event.

To help narrow down some options, we provided a historical time line of stories from five African American keynote speakers who would be a great choice:

 

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“We need to get away from this mentality of scarcity, and embrace abundance.”

1850sChris Rabb 

In the 1850s, a slave known as “Jack Rabb” started his own butcher business, Rabb’s Meat Market. His store became so successful he later purchased his own freedom! Jack Rabb’s entrepreneurial spirit lives on in his descendant — Chris Rabb, who is a national thought leader on social entrepreneurship, and the Democratic nominee for state representative in northwest Philadelphia. He’s also an author of the book Invisible Capital: How Unseen Forces Shape Entrepreneurial Opportunity, which addresses modern US business, structural inequality, and community wealth-building. Chris Rabb represents today’s quintessential business man who continues to add to his list of achievements.

 

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“I think that we’re all born with gifts.”

1970sGrandmaster Flash

He is one of hip-hop’s greatest DJ pioneers. Even from a young age, Joseph Saddler was always interested in music, and when he began DJing he became known as Grandmaster “Flash,” for his quick hands at the turntable. Historically, Grandmaster Flash was the first DJ to physically put his hands on the vinyl and manipulate its sound, now known as the Quick Mix Theory. His group, Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, were also the first hip-hop group to be inducted into the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame. Through his innovation and creativity, Grandmaster helped expand the horizons of hip-hop.

 

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“If you improve 1% a day, then in 100 days, guess what? You’re 100% better.”

1997Coach Ken Carter

Moving forward to the late 90s, Ken Carter became coach of the Richmond High School basketball team. Already a successful businessman, he was the perfect person to help the team that was failing in athletics and academics. After two years, there was a huge turn around in the basketball team, but some players still had poor grades. With another obstacle at hand, Coach Ken Carter chose to lock his undefeated basketball team out of the gym until they improved their academics. Initially Coach Carter was criticized for this controversial move, but he wanted to emphasize that an education is just as important as talent. His unique story inspired the movie Coach Carter, and he’s gone on to conquer other business ventures.

 

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Acknowledge the obstacles, don’t give them power.”

2001 – Vernice “FlyGirl” Armour

From a young age, Vernice Armour knew that she wanted to be a police officer, which she did. But soon after, she set her sights on becoming a pilot. Through the ROTC program at her college and the Marine Corps, her dream became a reality. In 2001, she earned her wings, ranking No. 1 in her class, and made history as the Marine Corps’ first African-American female pilot. The history making didn’t stop there, after serving two tours during Operation Iraqi Freedom, she also became America’s first African-American female combat pilot. Today, FlyGirl shares the leadership skills she acquired from her knowledge and experience around the world through her Zero to Breakthrough program.

 

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“I think that life… is really about different perspectives.”

PresentDr. Rachael Ross

Dr. Rachael Ross is a true testament to the American Dream. She is a practicing board-certified family medicine physician and sexologist, and is with her family’s health office. Dr. Rachael is known for being outspoken in her groundbreaking discussions about relationships, sex, health, abstinence, HIV/AIDS prevention and comprehensive sex education for teenagers. Recently, she was a co-host on television show The Doctors, which allowed her to share her message with millions of viewers. In addition to this, she received Northwest Indiana’s prestigious Athena International Service Award for her and her late sister’s work in mentoring girls. This philanthropy earned them recognition from the National Council of Negro Women. Dr. Rachael Ross continues to bring awareness of health and wellness by offering her “Prescriptions for life.”

 

For more information about how African-American keynote speakers like these can impact your event, contact Eagles Talent Speakers Bureau at 1.800.345.5607.

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Learn How Emotional Intelligence Affects Time Management from Jones Loflin

Time management is an important part of any business. How you budget your time, can make or break your company. However, most people probably do not think about their emotional intelligence when figuring out how to improve their time management skills.

Jones Loflin explains the four areas of emotional intelligence, and how you can use them to manage your time better in his article “How To Use Emotional Intelligence To Improve Your Time Management.”

How To Use Emotional Intelligence To Improve Your Time Management

By Jones Loflin

Innovative Yet Practical Solutions

If I were to ask you about your best technique to wisely manage your time, you would probably share a routine you follow at work or home. You might start listing tactics like “Do the hardest task early in the day,” or “Only check emails three times a day.” I’d be willing to wager you wouldn’t say, “I manage my emotions well.”

 imgresThe term “emotional intelligence” first appeared in 1964 in a paper written by Michael Beldoch. It was in 1995, however, that the concept became more well known due to a book on the topic written by Daniel Goleman. Dr. Travis Bradberry has a fantastic book on emotional intelligence as well, entitled Emotional Intelligence 2.0.

Simply defined, emotional intelligence is the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions.

I know what you’re thinking… “What in the world does THAT have to do with how I manage my time?” The truth is, so much of managing your time is about managing your energy. And while physical energy is important, your mental and emotional energy are also essential in giving you the motivation and clarity to work on the tasks that will give you the greatest sense of accomplishment.

If you’re looking for a fresh strategy to managing your time more effectively, consider how well you are doing in these four areas of emotional intelligence:

Self Awareness

The focus here is on recognizing and understanding your moods, emotions, and what drives you. Do you notice how different tasks impact your desire to work on the next item in your day? When possible, do you plan your day by alternating activities that add or take away your mental or emotional energy? And do you reflect on the larger purpose for which you are completing your tasks? Checking off 37 things may give your brain quick shots of endorphin, but it doesn’t necessarily mean you’re getting your most important things done-which is the whole reason to manage your time well.

Self Management

Ever looked at the next item in your day and felt overwhelmed or anxious? Here’s the bigger question: How did you handle the impulse to work on something else? Self management is all about recognizing disruptive impulses and controlling them. So instead of choosing to check your email to avoid a difficult task, you choose to break down the task into more manageable steps. Or you remind yourself of more difficult tasks you’ve undertaken lately at which you were successful to gain more confidence.

Social Awareness

For this area, think empathy. How good are you at recognizing the emotions of other people? If your job requires you to make requests of other people to get your work done (and most do), do you stop and reflect on how the request will make them feel? Most importantly, does that knowledge or insight change the way you frame the request? We’ve all experienced a leader or supervisor who seemed to be blind (or unconcerned) to our emotional state, and how it impacted our motivation to accept the task and/or complete it well.

Relationship Management

For leaders and managers who want to use their time well, this area of emotional intelligence is critical. Your best work comes from the full engagement of every team member. And the only way you can get that level of engagement is to know how to communicate with them in a way that connects with them on both a mental and emotional level.

So if you’re looking to take your time management skills to the next level, maybe you should stop trying to figure out how to squeeze another hour out of your day. Start spending a little more time reflecting on how your emotions are increasing or decreasing the energy you need to actually get the right work done.

How is your emotional intelligence (or lack of it) affecting how you use your time?

Jones Loflin is a global keynote speaker on innovative yet practical workplace challenges and opportunities specific to the critical needs in today’s marketplace. He is the author of several books, including the award-winning, Juggling Elephants. Jones is a leader in solutions for individuals, groups and businesses dealing with lack of engagement, satisfaction and retention and all the tools to support balanced, productive lives.

For more information on booking a keynote speaker for one of your events, check out www.eaglestalent.com or call our office at 1.800.345.5607.

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Eagles Talent Brings Keynote Speaker Jeopardy to Snapchat

Kthumbnaileynote Speaker Jeopardy is our fun take on Jeopardy, it showcases our Eagles Talent team’s knowledge of top industry keynote speakers. With simple descriptions of what the speaker is known for, the contestant who answers the quickest with the correct answer wins!

Our first game features our Executive Vice President Sheldon Senek vs. our Speaker Relations Manager, Jessica Wysocki!

 

Want to know who won? Then you have to watch:

 

All footage from this video was taken from our Snapchat story. Did you know Eagles Talent is on Snapchat?

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You can find us by our username: “eaglestalent” ⬅️ or take picture of our Snapchat Code!

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Amy Purdy Dances her way into the Rio Paralympic Summer Games

Tamy-purdy-opened-rio-2016-paralympics-wearing-stunning-3d-printed-dress-designed-danit-peleg-9wo nights ago Amy Purdy performed an amazing dance for the Rio Paralympic Summer Games opening ceremony. The dance, which Purdy performed with an industrial robot named KUKA, was meant to explore the relationship between humans and technology, a fitting theme, especially for the Paralympic Games.

The Paralympics features more than 4,000 athletes from over 160 countries, and typically takes place two weeks after the Olympics. It was designed for athletes who have a range of disabilities, and this year’s games are sure to be interesting.

amy-purdy-snowboardingAmy Purdy is a well known U.S. Paralympian who competed in the Sochi 2014 Paralympics. At a young age, she had a terrible medical experience and had to have her legs amputated below the knees. However, she didn’t let that stop her from continuing in the sport that she loves, snowboarding. Amy went on to become an Olympic powerhouse by breaking snowboarding records.

amy-purdy-photoNow retired from the games, Amy has been busy with many business ventures. In 2014, she competed on Dancing with the Stars and finished as runner up. More recently, she is working on launching a clothing line with Element Eden, and is now a published book author. Currently, from September through November, you can catch Amy Purdy on the Oprah’s The Life You Want Tour to share her incredible story. 

Amy’s inspirational personal journey serves as a reminder to people that they are in control of their own lives. If you are searching for a speaker who will encourage your audience to break barriers, overcome obstacles and live life to the fullest, then bring Amy Purdy to your next event!

For more information on booking a keynote speaker for one of your events, check out www.eaglestalent.com or call our office at 1.800.345.5607.

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Who Are The Top 10 Motivational Keynote Speakers You Should Know for 2016

Motivational Speakers share stories of overcoming adversity and achieving success. From sports stars and entrepreneurs, to people with amazing stories of survival and individuals who pursue social causes for a better world, they leave an impact on attendees that lasts a lifetime.

top 10 logoThese keynote motivational speakers vary on their topics: Leadership experts, overcoming adversity, creativity, business, etc. This top 10 list is compiled from the top viewed speakers on our site, top requested speakers, and of course, the deciding factor, top booked keynote speakers.  These motivational speakers have a proven track record of presenting their keynote speech in front of the top Corporate audiences as well as the largest associations looking to bring value to their conference attendees.

Recommending speakers who deliver the best value and have a great professional track record is a service we provide for our clients. If you’re interested in learning more about these and other motivational speaker’s keynote presentations, books, client testimonies, fees and availability, connect with Eagles Talent Speakers Bureau today at 1-800-345-5607.

 

1. Alex Sheen

Alex’s father died of small cell lung cancer. His father was good with his promises, so Alex titled his father’s eulogy “because I said I would” and created the promise card in his memory. Today, “because I said I would” is a social movement and nonprofit dedicated to the betterment of humanity through promises made and kept. Their goal is to build a community of people who are driven to help others through the strength of determination.

 

 

2. Phil Hansen
Phil’s ability to draw art parallels to the corporate world has lead to speaking at events such as the Adobe MAX Creativity Conference, World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates, and the Million Dollar Round Table. He designed a unique art experience beyond the talk. Companies who are seeking an unforgettable interactive experience for their audience are absolutely stunned by its originality, value and effect.

 

3. Mel Robbins
Besides being one of CNN’s most popular on-air commentators and opinion writers; Mel is a powerful motivational speaker who is trusted by global brands to design and deliver multi-media, interactive keynotes that inspire change, challenge thinking and accelerate personal and business growth.

 

 

4. Vinh Giang
Vinh has a unique ability to speak about important business and motivational concepts in an interesting way, by using magic as his metaphor when he speaks. He is loved by his audiences for his upbeat energy, fun attitude, and entertainment with a message!

 

 

5. Mark Scharenbroich
Mark is the author of award-winning book, Nice Bike: Making Meaningful Connections on the Road of Life. His core messages have always been about connecting – to support organizations and businesses in helping team members feel truly connected to their core values and their customers.

 

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For more information about how keynote motivational speakers like these can impact your event, contact Eagles Talent Speakers Bureau at 1.800.345.5607.

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6. Mallory Brown
Mallory inspires attendees with her “Just Go” presentation developed from traveling through remote parts of the world for humanitarian causes. Mallory is a successful social entrepreneur, worldwide adventure traveler, and humanitarian with apparel company on a mission to clothe the world!

 

7. Stephanie Decker
Stephanie shares her story of survival and sacrifice with audiences, to provide inspiration and motivation. She helps them discover their inner hero, as well as recognize the everyday heroes in life. She was featured in Successful Meetings list of Most Reliable Keynote Speakers who surpass expectations. She was also named as a L’Oreal “Women of Worth” Honoree and nominated for the 2015 Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award for her foundation work.

 

 

8. Janine Shepherd
Janine’s story of defying the odds and winning is both moving and inspiring. After being run over by a truck during a training bicycle ride, her Olympic dreams were crushed. Doctors said she would never walk again or have children, but she pushed her body to mend itself, forced her legs to walk again. She even has three amazing children. Janine is one of the world’s most sought after inspirational speakers because her story of incredible courage and strength, captivates audiences.

 

9. Dr. Todd Dewett
Dr. Dewett is the world’s leading authenticity expert, and a two-time global best seller and the go-to leadership expert for millions! His leadership and life insights have been featured in the New York Times, TIME Magazine, Forbes, BusinessWeek, US News & World Report, CNN and many more.

 

 

10. Matthew Schrier
A freelance photographer who escaped his Al Qaeda captives in Syria — after being held for over seven months! Matthew’s speaking program is insightful, thought provoking, and authentic. He helps an audience understand the mindset of his captures, as well as tactics he used to survive the ordeal.

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For more information about how keynote motivational speakers like these can impact your event, contact Eagles Talent Speakers Bureau at 1.800.345.5607.

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Meet Stephanie, Our Newest Event Manager

Pristephor to joining the Eagles Talent team, Stephanie Sociedade spent 7 years in the event planning industry, operating on both on-site and behind the scenes.

She is a multi-lingual superstar who’s fluent speaking skills in English, Portuguese, and Spanish, help her communicate with a broader range of clients.

 

Watch her Eagles Talent Video debut:

Want Stephanie to work on your event? Then visit us at www.eaglestalent.com or call our office at 1.800.345.5607, to Book a Speaker or Entertainer today!

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