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Edmunds: Success In Business And Relationships

couple2 And every guy I meet is either married, a loser, totally [link] boring, or looking for someone to mother him. And when I meet someone that seems like the kind of fellow I could get into he gets intimidated by my business success." I told her that whether we believe it or not, people can sense where we are coming from before we hardly speak a word. I reminded her of the time that I went with her to buy a car. While we looked under the hood and in the trunk, and got inside and sat behind the wheel, the car salesman gawked at us like we were idiots who knew nothing about buying a car. I reminded Sue how insulted she was at his behavior and how she left the car dealers and purchased her car elsewhere. We laughed as we recalled the event.
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Business Support for the Arts

We are in discovery mode. The findings do not tell the full story of business support for dance in our City, which includes in-kind contributions and special event income. Readers of State of NYC Dance (2013) report will note that special event income to dance makers is up 8 percent, and in-kind contributions are of special value to the smallest groups, with budgets $25K-$99K, who are demonstrating considerable resourcefulness. But the corporate giving findings are an entry point for discussion to advance the state of the field in our City. For policy makers, they may encourage new thinking about public/private partnerships and messaging to local businesses.
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