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"What to Consider Before Partnering With a Spouse in Business" - and it isn't even in the tag that must not be named...

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Jul 25, 2017 at 03:22 PM
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Not sure I follow about the tags. Which tag must not be named?

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The tag that must not be named? I mean Business Tr... oh, wait, stop, that was close. You nearly got me there :-)

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That's a scary one for sure...

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To borrow from "how to twerk": "Step 1. Reconsider"

Have to give it to the author though - somehow in the last sentence they managed to mention SAP. :)

Update: did "the needful". OP is not a trapezoid, quite surprisingly. Looks like a recently created account for some kind of "business consultant" spamming SCN with similar blogs. Can't understand why though. It's not like anyone is reading the SCN blogs. I guess the temptation of adding "SCN blog author" to the Linkedin profile was too big...

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<falls off chair thinking about Jelena twerking....>

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I don't! Because I RTFM. :)

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at least one other person uses that abbreviation. I'm happy, i'm not alone. Wait, we're not supposed to tell this to customers, aren't we ?

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Admitting in public the usage of abbreviated Read This Fantabulous Manual is covered by NDA?

Who would have thought...

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first rule of support club .....

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someone screenshotted it?

Now I don't know what the fuss was about.

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Google still has cached version if you type in the title. Really groundbreaking stuff. "Buy low, sell high." Just to give you a taste:

Top notch analytical work here. "50 percent" link leads... no, not to the US census stats but to some psychology association page that says "40-50 %" and is not supported by any factual evidence.

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The blog post was taken down as part of a divorce settlement. Apologies for any inconvenience.

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This would have fitted nicely into the tag that must not be named, though. ^^

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Steve, how did you find this? Did you search for a billing and revenue software that can help you with your spouse-co-owned business? :D

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I do still follow the "all blogs" RSS feed. Given the state of the activity stream at the moment, this is the best way for me to keep finding new stuff. Some of it of questionable quality, obviously...

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Yeah, but gems like this are fun for us. ^^

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Questionable quality, but definite entertainment value. :-)

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And no shortage of fresh examples :)

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These must be the same folks who are writing the articles on Forbes: "SAPVoice"? I read one posted the other day about personal development planning in the latter stages of your career. It was mostly horrible and filled with so many simple grammatical errors, making it hard to read, regardless of content.

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Hi, Scott:

Would you happen to have the link?

Best regards,

--Jerry

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Not finding the exact article at the moment. Maybe they pulled it back for editing.

They seem to have a landing page for all these articles though. There are others by IBM, Adobe, etc.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/sap/#49a0c8576e3c

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Looks like the crowd from the SCN space we don't speak of. Would be nice of them to move to Forbes permanently. Seems like a much more suitable place for that kind of content TBH.

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