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Samuel Cocco

Hi, I think this comment is, in this case, accurate I agrre all the way with you, firstly because when starting a home business you get killed by fellow investors testing if you are able to get a good response or are in domain of the opinion on the table.

I think that when presenting a new proposal we all need to get concious first of what we are presenting and after thatwhat we want to get from that proposal.

Have a nice day.

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