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    JoeSorge
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    Wink This is your roadmap

    Welcome to the Forum for Kitchen Table Companies

    I'm your host Joe Sorge and you can always reach me inside this forum by just clicking on my name in any post and sending me a private message.
    Even easier to just click here

    The first thing you'll probably want to do is get your profile up and running so you can share all your important details.
    Easiest to do that in the drop down menu above left center called "forum actions" and choose "edit profile" or you may simply click here.
    And don't miss the very helpful FAQ section, just above in the menu are or just one click here.

    After you're all set up feel free to browse around the forum topics and do some reading before making your first post.
    Probably the best place to start is the Introductions thread where members go to introduce themselves,
    here's the link for that thread --> Intros

    Lastly, the search box in the top right section of every page is always there if you're looking for specific information
    or maybe a post that you just can't locate as quickly as you'd like.

    Well, that's about all you need to know to get started here. I'm looking forward to sharing this great business resource with you.

    Thanks so much for joining us,
    Joe Sorge
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    cbrogan
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    Getting The Most out of KTC

    There are probably three ways you can get the most out of your experience:
    • Ask questions in the forum.
    • Read other people's threads and participate in the forum.
    • Network with people for business help you can offer or need for yourself.

    When you come back after a day or two away, click the NEW POSTS button up in the left corner below the icon. That'll get you back into the action faster than any other way.

    And there are so many people here that can help you here. Just ask. We've got plenty of ideas for your business growth in all aspects: leadership and management, marketing and sales, and operations and finance. The bunch of us all together know plenty, more than any of us knows by ourselves. Make sense?
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    JoeSorge
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    Something that we're discovering as we get closer to 1000 members: You get out what you put in. (like most things in life, eh?)

    While reading the threads is certainly encouraged, maybe even an requirement, it's when you start to engage the
    network of resources that you'll find the most value.

    Start with introducing yourself and then talk about why you're here.
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    LucyF
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    Hi Joe,

    Your line that say you get out what you put in is exactly what I was trying to convey to my nephew today about making long term plans instead of short term when it comes to his college career.
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