Thursday, March 17, 2005

Wallace R. Baldwin Home-Page

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Blogger Roman said...

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Greetings Hugh W kins, you have a pretty cool blog here. I was searching for people who work at home uk. I just started my home business and you can see it at this link - people who work at home uk. Your post title caught my eye - Wallace R. Baldwin Home-Page. I'm just looking for tips on how to be a better mentor. I know that’s not what you’re going on about in this post but I am trying to expand my vocabulary phrases so I can talk to many different personalities. I mean I have to talk to a lot of people and I need to be able to connect with everyone.

Anyways Hugh W kins, this helped. Keep it up, I'll be back.

5:36 PM  
Blogger Adrian Creffield said...

Hugh W kins, you have a great blog here. Wallace R. Baldwin Home-Page caught my eye and I thought I would put a post on it. I'm looking for help.

The site I have is a work at home opportunity in the uk site. Its all about, need I say it, working from home. I think people should have the choice to build their own income instead of somebody else’s. Freedom of well being and all of that...anyway I was on your site looking for ways to help my business. I'm really looking for ways of building better rapport between recruits.

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