Arizona or a nice air-conditioned airport lounge.
I'm a partner at SJN. We build sales using long-term relationships for technology and professional services companies.
This is exactly the sort of genuinely useful information that I look for in a blog I've just found or been referred to. A nice, concise thank you to guests shows some appreciation for the efforts of others - too rare in our rapidly moving social interactions.
It also provides a quick description of which posts I might benefit from reviewing and an overview of who regularly participates.
It might seem like a small thing but the thank you and breadcrumbs to follow to some of the highlights is just the sort of blogging that makes me come back and share with the other busy people I know.
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