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April 16, 2009


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Just focus on your business and work smarter.

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Joan Schramm

Very thought-provoking and useful info. It's nice to read what people are doing to succeed, instead of hearing grim stories all the time.

#23 is the best advice for anyone -- change. If you don't like the way things are going for you, then start telling yourself a new story. Change your perspective and your actions will follow.

Ron Garner

I like this idea. I just gave similar advice yesterday in responding to a query on LinkedIn. http://tinyurl.com/d798y7. You demonstrate 10 times the response because you followed the right approach.

Thank you, Andrew for providing proof of concept.

Best to you in 2009.

Marie Cindric, REALTOR®

Great information, #24 hit home for me, I am a real estate agent in NE Ohio and believe this 100%. So if you're in the market for a home in the Cleveland area.... I am asking for your business.

Katherine Kline

Interesting Article. Thanks for publishing it.


Geoff Holman

Some very inspiring stories. It really comes down to remembering the basics. Face to face contact, listening to the client, following up and being diligent.

Michael N. Brette,J.D.

Every one seems to be looking for cheerleaders to pump them up or someone to pat them on the back as a method to getting through this "crisis". Just focus on your business and work smarter. If your older than 30 you have been through tough times before. If you surived then you will surive now. Quite looking for the magic bullet.

John Moore

Great stories, very inspirational. It's a tough job market out there and it's great seeing people finding ways to be successful.

If anyone reading this is also looking for a job, check out my blog. I'm not a recruiter but I've have several contacts who are and they have posted some of their jobs here:


Good luck.


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Great post #12 and #24 are two of may favs.

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Erin Slusher

Interesting and great info. Thanks.

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