Friday, June 22, 2012
15 Things Garage Sales and Writing Have in Common
* It’s good to be organized
* Marketing is essential
* More than one set of eyes and ears need are needed
* What you value may not have the same value to others
* Be willing to let go of what you no longer need
* Be willing to negotiate
* But be willing to stand your ground when it matters
* Everyone loves a bargain, but sadly a few expect it for free
While the family garage sale was a worthwhile experience, I’m glad it happens only once a year.
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