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September 03, 2008


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You continue to amaze me with what you have learned and are willing to share. Your customers must recognize good karma when they see/feel it. I get it just by reading your blog. I'm at the very beginning of this adventure, and you give me so much to look forward to.

Oh what a great post. I am TERRIFIED of going into a show like that...I want to someday, but frankly...all those little details leave room for so many goof ups! I am impressed that was the only one! Thanks for sharing all your list...it is really helpful to put it all into perspective. AND I think that older and wiser is needed to get through this kind of business! Good for you!

LOL! Oh Jamie, so good that you were able to roll with it. Although at the time, I'm sure it was panic inducing indeed...would me! Great post.


I often think that, too. About the older me being so much smarter and wiser and wishing I could go back and fix or correct the mistakes of the past. Better to laugh them off, like you did I think.

Jamie...Great post!

You have no idea how much this just helped calm my nerves as I prepare for my first tradeshow!

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

With friendship,

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