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Posted on Fri, Dec 02, 2005 06:43

DaveForYou write:
Life is sales--job, promotions, relationships.......it's competition, pure and simple.

THATS WHAT I DO, AND YES IT CAN BE, YOU JUST NEED PEOPLE SKILLS AND BE A GREAT CLOSER,WINK...



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Posted on Thu, Dec 01, 2005 14:26

Bonnie88 write:
If I were a car,
I am bloody low maintenance. only run on water, teetotaller..perfect condition, engine purring at high speed performance..tyres firmly threaded and upholstery all in mint condition, easy to handle and give lots of mileage in all weather condition..body work spanking dent free. A collector's potential prize vintage with proper TLC..prefers a good young driver who understands how to handle her sensitively..great value for the price..


If your value is that high Bonnie then show us the real lady than the picture you have on your profile right now as it decreases your value substantially. " Grin "

BQ



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Posted on Wed, Nov 30, 2005 21:28

Life is sales--job, promotions, relationships.......it's competition, pure and simple.



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Posted on Wed, Nov 30, 2005 17:00

wwwww123 write:
Don't use that word. Heifers are cute and sweet and lovable, cows not.

lol


W 5 we will call thegoodlife a Heifer, just like Samson called his ladies Heifer, sounds more sexy than cow. ha !

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Posted on Sun, Nov 27, 2005 06:28

. because that's exactly what we're all doing here. As human beings, we have and do things that provide value to other human beings, whether it be affection, physical safety, companionship, back rubs, opinions and advice, eye candy, a home cooked meal, whatever. Our job is to make ourselves appear high-value, yet still a "bargain" for the "price."

Measuring value in a person, I would say it takes a lifetime to really understand this value as many couple could attest this in a 50 years plus marriage. I know Ma said after 50 years of marriage she would marry back the same man if she and he would re-appear in another life and they would know who they were in a past life together. It is rare you hear that nowadays. I believe measuring value in a person boils down to love,intergrity,trust and hope.

The subject of marketing yourself, you seem an expert in this area.

BQ

  


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Posted on Fri, Nov 25, 2005 06:50

back on the market, moo!



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Posted on Tue, Nov 22, 2005 03:02

I am waiting to se if the cow is bought or goes back on the market!



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Posted on Tue, Oct 25, 2005 22:02

I don't know, but wondering...in marketing courses, do they teach the Portrait of Dorian Gray? lol
I don't know, but wondering...in marketing courses, do they teach the Portrait of Dorian Gray? lol



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Posted on Sat, Oct 01, 2005 00:45

I want to grow old into a vintage Aston Martin...a friend has one..just amazing..sure needs TLC and taken out only on rare occasions to be feted..
and the envy of all and sundry..



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Posted on Fri, Sep 30, 2005 12:38


thegoodlife2005 write:
I'm a vintage (late 1960s) Jaguar, gently used. No, that can't be right, Jaguars are always breaking down and in the shop! Scratch that. I'm more like a Lexus - - - beautiful, runs great and you can't beat the service!


I think your first call was right... A Jag has unique style and class... and treated well will not let you down... mine never did. Lexus on the other hand may run great but it could be a BMW, Mercedes... alsmost anything the way it looks... no soul.
I know as a Brit I'm biased, but I prefer to liken myself to the XK150... 1957 drophead coupe... a classic, stylish lines, sporty, and always puts a smile on your face

  
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Posted on Fri, Sep 30, 2005 05:36

I'm a vintage (late 1960s) Jaguar, gently used. No, that can't be right, Jaguars are always breaking down and in the shop! Scratch that. I'm more like a Lexus - - - beautiful, runs great and you can't beat the service!



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Posted on Thu, Sep 29, 2005 16:38

If I were a car,
I am bloody low maintenance. only run on water, teetotaller..perfect condition, engine purring at high speed performance..tyres firmly threaded and upholstery all in mint condition, easy to handle and give lots of mileage in all weather condition..body work spanking dent free. A collector's potential prize vintage with proper TLC..prefers a good young driver who understands how to handle her sensitively..great value for the price..



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Posted on Thu, Sep 29, 2005 13:31

Don't use that word. Heifers are cute and sweet and lovable, cows not.

lol



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Posted on Thu, Sep 29, 2005 12:21

Well . . . despite my high-maintenance exterior I'm emotionally LOW maintenance, come with all the bells and whistles, and many nice perks. My current boyfriend thinks this makes me a bargain . . . it's just a matter of time before he'll have to decide whether or not to "buy the cow" or go off in search of more "free samples" from other cows . . . LOL . . . . !!! At which point this cow goes back on the market . . .

. . . moo?

  


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Posted on Thu, Sep 29, 2005 09:23

This is a great post. People who believe that they don't have to do anything (in return) to be desired and a good mate don't get very far in life or romance.
Life and romance is really a system of fair trade --- value for value, whatever that may be.



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