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Hi guys
well ! finally did it
quit my job today and am going on my own !!
been thinking and contemplating for quite a while
little bit of work in hand and hoping for more
so! will be a bit more active on line pushing for hints tips and advice
cheers guys !!
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Congratulations on your new Big Adventure, Stuart! :-)

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Congratulations, Stuart.

I wish you all the best.......

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Good Luck, nothing like being Your own boss, just don't talk back to the boss BEST WISHES

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... and am going on my own !!
It helps to have a reference or two for often you need that edge. Make sure you get them from your last employer. Otherwise good luck.
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It takes guts to go out on your own. Good luck Stuart. I hope it works out real good for you.
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