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luann allen
Jacksonville, Fl
I am a business marketing consultant who helps small businesses grow from survival to success.
Interests: Since it is a wonderful way to learn about humans. NLP (neurolinguistic programing) plays a big part in my life, and I take great pride in using this method to help anyone who asks me. I love animals and currently own a cat and a dog. Exercise and healthy eating play an important part in my life. i've spent the last 32 years as a business owner, and understand all of the trials and tribulations that go along with that. I've helped service professionals from every walk of life and love my clients and what I do.
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Should You Open Your Own Business? Answer the following questions as honestly as possible. 1.) All I need to be a successful business owner is to be good at what I do.. 2.) My friends and family will send me... Continue reading
Posted Sep 26, 2011 at Success Fanatic Blog
I'm back! I've spent the last year really concentrating on my local market. Now it's time to integrate both of these. It used to be that all of my business came to me through the internet, but I realized that... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Success Fanatic Blog
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Mar 15, 2010
I'm sorry you misunderstood me. I wasn't defending Anbesol. I had a lot of dental problems as a child, and always found that stuff worse than the toothach. What I was defending was the idea that no person or company can ever cover all the bases. In all lielihood if they made that disclosure it would have been on page 32 in a long list of disclosures written in type that could only be read by someone with 15/15 vision. But there is a generation coming along who believe that everyone should take care of them. Obviously I'm much older than you are, because I remember when we were responsible for ourselves and our decision. I can tell you that ever if you'd had a tooth, that stuff would still have been overwhelmingly horrible. That was my point. You didn't have to like the product. I just think when we do or don't do anything, we should do it by making an informed decision. I don't believe that any one or any thing is perfect. The fact that I disagreed with you didn't maske me admouth you. In fact, I prefaced my remarks by saying that I like you and read you every day. So if you want to call the old lady lame, you can do that. I'm just sorry that you didn't have the experiences that I did growing up. I think it makes for a gentler world, and now, as always, we need a gentler world. I still think you're a smart guy. Have a great weekend
Toggle Commented Jul 18, 2009 on Seth Godin Is Wrong Today at Success Fanatic Blog