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If you don't know where you're going, you aren't going anywhere.
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Stop talking about it, planning for it, dreaming of it and start getting it done.
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Time is money, but only if you are using your time... energetically.
Every sale is opportunity for another sale, even online.
Good table manners and basic etiquette aren't just for visits to Gramma's house. They're good for business, too.
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Doing what everybody else does is no way lead. And it won't make you rich, either.
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