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How do I NOT be a 'Time Waster?' (AKA: Giving my emails a chance to survive)Views: 305
Nov 28, 2007 8:44 am re: How do I NOT be a 'Time Waster?' (AKA: Giving my emails a chance to survive)

Dave Charbonneau

Thanks for the suggestions. I can tell you put your brain into this, and thanks for the encouraging words.

I tend to get a lot of 'bigger is better' advice (not nec. in this string); and I used to think that way, too. I think the bigger is better can overwhelm and cost a lot of money. Making a profit while creating massive value - then repeat the proven process isn't a bad way to go.

I 'spose I still think Bigger is Better, it's just that my bigger means different things than it used to. Networking will be playing a HUGE role in where the company goes next - more important than how a website looks (altho I hear mine is in disprepair with certain browsers, grrr...). Small is good, right now. Through proper networking and offering huge value, we can remain 'small' in spirit and attention to our guests and strategic partners while having the impact of the larger network. Thus, getting in touch with those who want to work together to create value is more my target, than the end customer/Featured Guest. Thus, this email string.

Certainly, the ideas you've presented can be sculpted easily enough to address partnerships rather than end users.

Thanks for your time; enjoy the StoryBoard workbook and please keep me informed of questions, and your overall experience. You're a RockStar! I'm off to preview your profile. :)

--Dave Charbonneau

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