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November 02, 2011

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Nadenlean

Michelle is once again deadly accurate. One of our partners embraced social media early on and after a couple of years has more in-coming business than he can handle. His success has prompted other team members to get on board as well. My only advice would be to have a diversification plan in place since it isn't a matter of will it work, but can one person handle the influx of prospects.

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