Alvin Ramard (4/17/2009)
Lynn Pettis (4/17/2009)
Actually Alvin, your answer is perfect. It's what you are doing behind the locked doors with the phone off the hook that is important. Doing all that just keeps people from interupting you while you work, which is extremely important when dollars are going down the proverbial drain.
I agree. What I'm interested in hearing is what people (other than the well known gurus on here) think is a good next step.
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