My return to MindTouch

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put in my notice to leave MindTouch to start my own business in the beginning of April. A part of my new business is providing contract services to my clients. One of them being MindTouch. After a few webinars and trainings for MindTouch, they decided to offer me a new position at the company along the lines of a Sales Engineer for the sales team. After giving it some good thought, I decided to return to MindTouch in addition to running my company. My life goal is to be autonomous with my own company, but this is a role where I can have a big impact on the adoption of MindTouch and continue to help the company grow which is important to me.

I look forward to this new position and to working with the great people at MindTouch again.

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