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|Feb 18, 2006 7:36 pm||Lets Go Fishing !||#|
|Went down to the river the other day...tied on a green nymph with a little red flicker...and the trout were hitting like nobodys business. The water wasnt to cold, but of course it was way down and the spring runoff was pretty much over. Brought in a 14" brown trout, biggest of the whole year and I go fishing alot. I think next week we may go to the lake and see what kinda luck we have, have ya ever been ice fishing ? Sounds fun on a nice sunny day, pack a lunch and lets go check it out!|
There, wasnt that better then selling you on my business??
Make friends, you'll have a great time and much more success. Ill buy something from my fishing buddy, before I buy from someone shoving it down my throat !
Wanna go fishing??
Private Reply to Ken Spurgin
|Feb 19, 2006 7:57 pm||re: Lets Go Fishing !||#|
|I'll pass on the fishing but you show me how to cook 'em and I'll eat them with you!|
Leslie in Frosty San Antonio
Private Reply to Leslie Baldwin
|Feb 23, 2006 5:20 am||re: re: Lets Go Fishing !||#|
Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901
I doubt you would not go fishing with someone you did not like. You certainly would not go fishing with someone because that person planned to sell you something. But, if you liked the person, you might go a little out of your way to go fishing with him. And, if you knew what that person you liked did for a living, you might go out of your way to tell your friends about what he does. And, that's the power of the personal referral at work. That's business networking in action.
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|Nov 08, 2006 5:10 am||re: Lets Go Fishing !||#|
| You are so right about the build a friendship approach, but isn't it odd that the first people to shut you down in a new endeavor are your family and your friends. Creating a relationship instead of a sale on the first meeting is much more fun. Thanks, Tim |
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