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June 19, 2007



Hello. I'm not sure I was talking about 'marketing' but I guess the point applies!


Cheers Matt. I'm sure you're right, it's all about my take out and the connections I made and in my head it became about marketing because that's what I do. Thanks for the great talk and for commenting.

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Lessons that are essential in life. It's not just simply about reading them however. It's also about understanding them and knowing how they should fit into your life. Here's another one you might want to add. If you're going to do something, you might as well do it well. A little lesson I go by. I remembered it as I was reading through lesson number 8.

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What a great post! Just one suggestion:If you add some pics, it would be easiler to follow!

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On your issue of learning to communicate with a phone, we've been working on that as well. My son won't really talk on the phone, but he is intrigued with how his voice sounds, so he will play on it. The biggest increase I've seen in using a device was when we installed an intercom between the 1st floor and the 3rd. His dinner job is to call his sisters down for dinner. Now he loves using the intercom and even plays some phrase response ritual games with them - the same thing he does face to face.

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I really enjoyed this. My favorite was the last one as I love lists!

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