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Hasta La Vista, 2008!

January 02, 2009

Nice graphic from yesterday's New York Times. The title says it all.

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And here's a link to the accompanying article.

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Posted by Scott Rooks  |   January 03, 2009 at 10:54 AM

I recently read a article (sorry I don't remember where)that there is a petition that if you sign then your name will appear in a full page ad in the Wall Street Journal. This ad is basically saying that we don't espouse to the theory that all life is as doom and gloom as you make it and because of our believe we are stating that 2009, a recession year, will be one of our best.

The new year always brings some thoughts of a new start and I for one am excited about the prospects of my business and as such have been motivated to work on my marketing plan for 2009. I see myself doing well and with a plan, a focus and some preparation I don't believe I will fail.

I am a strong believer in the herd mentality theory which says that what ever the herd does do just the opposite.

I hope everyone has a happy and prosperous 2009!

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