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Posted On: 2006-08-31Length: 45:42

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Hello ladies and gents. It's Business Success Tips once again. We've got Andy.

Hey.

We've got Paul.

Hello.

We've got Lee.

Whoo hoo!

And we got me.

Yeaahhhhh!

But here we are, we have to hold JC up, he has a headache, so we're going to give him a little room here today. I would like to start out with a letter.

Yeah letters!

From a fan. Yes, I wish we could get more of those.

Fan mail from some flounder?

That's right. So, we appreciate everybody can send us emails

I think there's a copyright on that show.

Oh yeah, sorry Bullwinkle.

to scs@soncic.net. This one's from our friend Dan from Prague.

Hi Dan!

Hey Dan!

Hello Dan, thank you for emailing us. I wish more people did. I'm going to read, I'm actually going to read this email if it's ok with you.

Wow.

"Hi guys, just a quick email to say I really," I probably don't sound like Dan at all. "I really enjoy the show."

He's not wearing his glasses.

"Keep it going. To give you some background, I'm an English guy living out in Prague, Czech Republic where I've set up a business with my friends and business partner. My doing recruiting and HR consulting two years ago, at least I don't have a real job. It's been hard work but amazing experience, but we've built up a business and now have an office in Prague." Hey Hey. "and," is that Warclaw? It's Warsaw I think, "Poland, 15 employees and we're looking to expand again. Hallelujah." It says "I listen to a lot of podcasts when I'm driving to the Polish office" this has got to be a polish joke, "So I checked out yours which is usually a good laugh. I think"

How did he spell checked out? Was it C z e?

"I think you give good advice between you, I think it's effective because you're all successful guys but not super business guru level."

Successful and goofy.

Right. Yes, and no offense. So we're not that successful, I guess. "So people can relate to your stories which are great and honest, and I'd like," let's see I can read, "let you know shows could be longer if the conversation's going well, and not necessarily keep it to your half an hour slot."

Ok. Show's over.

"Anyway, if you would ever want a European perspective," which we love to do, let's see, show about business, Eastern Europe, to challenging environments, blah blah blah, "I dedicated," oh, "I would like to Skype in to chat with you." He definitely needs to do that.

Yep absolutely.

So we will plan a show in the near future with this guy calling you.

We will be calling you.

So you can Skype in soon. "JC's always talking about traveling, if you have to come to European trip, you're welcome to crash at my place," I think that means go to sleep, "in Prague and I'll show you the sites. The chicks are unbelievable here and I'm sure as you know, I'd like to get out to California later."

He's welcome to come out to the ranch.

"Later this year but has no plans, probably in December." So he can come out and visit us.

Cool.

Thank you, Dan.

All right.

So we can go see hot chicks in Prague.

I want the hot chicks in the absinthe.

In the absent.

Absinthe. You can't get that here.

I mean when I spent some time in Russia, and Czechoslovakia, and Russia is pretty bad because the money doesn't work...

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