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October 28, 2010

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That is even tighter than the "Drop In Rule" which I have taught to more than one of my clients whoich is intending to start up a new facility or to expand by acquiring another business.

The Drop In Rule says that the enterprise must be close enough so that you can decide, at 9:00 a.m., that you want to "drop in", be able to get there, spend a decent amount of time and get home in time for dinner.

The older investors have clones. This changes the long distance theory. So I find...
The clone moves to the city where the business is located.

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