M Marx wrote: my brother in law thought it was crazy, until he saw results.
M Marx wrote:I would definitely get rid of the "whilst" it sounds -- well it sounds like someone I wouldn't hire -- it seems unnecessary.
Also, I have noticed a number of permaculturists comment on how it is difficult to convince others of permaculture.
Not that it can't or shouldn't be attempted.
In my experience, my brother in law thought it was crazy, until he saw results.
Wenderlynn Bagnall wrote:
I'm kinda also thinking that I should just leave it to the Gods and see what what happens. They've been more than helpful before, I found my husband that way......
Tyler Ludens wrote:I think most people just discard leaflets. For my home business I used to send out hundreds of leaflets to people I thought might be likely customers, there were few responses.
Tom Kozak wrote:has anyone tried the whole "putting business cards in library books related to your business then re-shelving the book" thing? its kinda sneaky and maybe not the best use of a public resource, sortof a tragedy-of-the-commons scenario but ...
Can you really tell me that we aren't dealing with suspicious baked goods? And then there is this tiny ad:
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