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January 03, 2011

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Sergei Samoilenko

Dave, this Billy Dean interview is very inspiring. I am looking forward to some major transformations this year too. Thank you for this post.

David Meerman Scott

Sergei - Let me know when you've morphed yourself - I'm interested to see what you do!

Matt

Our 2010 year spent a lot on the Research and Development of our products and services.

We also spent a lot of energy learning on working with eacht oher and finding our best workflows.

2011 is all about changing the energy of "looking at each other" to "looking for the clients"

Hoping for a big push in sales and brand awareness!

carenclibby@gmail.com

Dave - With so many people in career transition, this is the perfect time to focus on doing what they love and go for it. That's my goal for this decade!

I experienced Agri-tainment with my grandsons last Fall...a wonderful experience. http://www.flickr.com/photos/caren/sets/72157625289448561/detail/

Thanks for sharing how you and others have made transformation work.

Jane Hiscock

Great post and love the video. Transformation and transition is the new up.
Happy New Year and keep changing.

doug eymer

David ::
Thanks for the mention. Obviously, as I have worked on your marketing pieces, I have absorbed your keen insight and out-of-the-box thinking!

My mother used to say, "If you were on TV, I would turn you OFF!" Thanks for helping to put me in the position where she can actually do so!

Doug.
www.eymer.com
www.tinymindgazette.com

Michael Ray Hopkin

David, great post to start out the new year. The idea of transforming your business and yourself is powerful. Thanks for the great examples.

I have to mention that I've been a Billy Dean fan since he started; he's the artist responsible for my wife liking country music (back in the early 90's). He's great!

-Michael

David Meerman Scott

Thank you all for the comments. Don't accept the labels that others apply to you or your business. You can do anything.

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Hi, thanks for being an inspiration. This article is an ideal topic to start this year.

Tony Smith, Freelance Writer

Thanks for posting this! This is a great reminder that we're only as limited as we allow ourselves to be. I recently morphed from a comic book/fiction writer to a freelance article writer. It's not a big leap, but it has made a huge difference to me.

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