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Old 01-02-2012, 02:37 PM   #11
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Last year, I redesigned the program I created called: H.I.S.S.:

HISS: Hospitality Incentive Sales System:

Sub Programs: (VERY BRIEF DESCRIPTION)

A company with “Participative Vision”

Sales Stimulus System (S.S.S.)
Split-Infinitive Points System (S.I.P.S. )
Special Thanks and Recognition System (S.T.A.R.S.)
Customer Improvement System (C.I.S. )
Catch and Hook System (C.A.H.S.)
Employee Referral System (E.R.S.)
On-Peak Sales System (O.P.S.S.)
Penetration Attractants for Off-Peak Season (P.A.O.F.P.S. ) (pay-offs)

The changes involved targeted segments on the internet to focus some attention on company websites. We improved business this year over last year at about 200,000 (gross), and based from this I was handed an offer of 20,000 to be paid on a home (which I may rent out), if sales increased the first 6 months of this year. Needless to say, I am brain storming some improvements/additions to the program to meet the goal the owner of the business has set.

I am looking forward to working with and motivating my employees (through their own incentives) and meet this goal this year.

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Finishing Paramedic school so I can have a normal (or at least as close to normal as I get) life. Everything else will hopefully fall in place after that.
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Finishing Paramedic school so I can have a normal (or at least as close to normal as I get) life. Everything else will hopefully fall in place after that.
Nice goal, work hard and study harder
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Kuyt, you're writing a novel? That's amazing. My wife has tossed around ideas for writing a novel here and there for a few years, but never stayed serious about it.
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Rewriting my existing novel into two volumes. 164,000 words is too long, apparently
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Yep, I have about 62,000 words or so written. I will finish it (possible be 80-90,000 words and then have to do major surgery as I am not happy with it to be honest.

Tannhauser, during my Publishing Masters, I was assured that most publishers won't accept many novels above 90,000 words unless they are historical epics or something like that! Complete bs. Word count means nothing, it's all about the story. Good luck with your 2 volumes and it's a shame that you have to compromise.
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