JOTW Forum

Welcome to the JOTW Forum.  Visitors to this site can interact with one another online here in this forum.  This is also the place for visitors to provide comments and feedback to Ned.  Or, visitors can share thoughts, opinions, lessons learned, and career strategies. 

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1 Comment to "JOTW Forum"

  1. Anonymous's Gravatar Anonymous
    January 2, 2007 - 11:44 pm | Permalink

    Happy New Year, Ned! Pretty clever strategy, your “most trusted person in the world” survey, for getting us spoiled JOTW e-mail subscribers to visit your new web site! I took the bait. Before clicking on the link, I started thinking who now would be most trusted? Cronkite's been off the air too long for anybody to remember how much they trusted him. Mother Teresa has gone on to her Heavenly reward. Then I started thinking, maybe Oprah, until I clicked the link and found your survey. I apologize for not thinking of you earlier, but you unquestionably are the best choice! Nice web site, by the way. God bless all your new advertisers!
    Your friend in Utah,
    Mark Mesesan

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