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05/10/2010

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Hi Mary,

Thank you for using my whitepaper as an inspiration for your post. Your adaptation for the wine business is excellent.

Debra

Thank you, Debra! I hope we can all learn from your insightful article.

Would a simple log of every important activity in your business be able to help you in keeping it in good shape? Well, if things are listed down as if it were a "diary" or a "journal" of some sort, I think you'll be able to think of new ways to improve some aspects in your business.

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