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This Year

Is half over.

How much money have you made?

How many people have you helped?

Do you plan to do things exactly the same way that produced the results of the first 6 months?

Or do you need to change?  If you need to change, what will you do differently?

How much will it cost you?

What will be different that makes July-Dec produce different results from Jan-June?

What excuses might you be inclined to make?

Are you dead/complacent?

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  • 2 comments

    2 Comments so far

    1. Jeff Brown June 24th, 2010 5:15 pm

      First half of 2010 a huge improvement over same period last year. Though gut tells me last half will be better, there are too many unknowns for me at this point.

      Excuses? Was told early and often, “Don’t make excuses, Brown, make good.” :)

    2. Marc Knight June 25th, 2010 10:03 am

      January to June was quite good, though not exactly the way I wanted it to be. As for the second half of the year, Ah…not really sure, too many factors to consider and the market is highly volatile. I could only hope for the best…