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Wednesday, November 17, 2004
  The Anti-Cog

When I saw this blog, I was struck how it is the exact polar opposite of my blog. He's the anti-cog! Wilson Ng speaks about a business-driven life, and has founded many companies, and has several degrees in business. He's also a gracious person with some good things to say. I wonder if he'd like to become the General Manager for a call center...

Go visit his blog:

"Reflections of a Business Driven Life"

Thanks for reading,

I love this guy so if you don't want him send him over here. I might even enjoy work if he was my manager.
Words alone can define a personality and THIS guy is full of it! (personality, that is!) Thanks for the opportunity to laugh. I gather this fellow is on the other side of the cool is THAT!
I'll definitely have to check this one out. I like how you call him "The Anti-Cog." LOL


I am the blogger of the Bizdrivenlife

I'd like to thank you for writing about my blog. In a way, I have been very fortunate, but in some way, I believe I have also given my due (grin)... I have worked 60-70 hour weeks for almost 20 years, and I still do. Life is hard, but there is a lot to treasure and enjoy. Hope to see you more in my blog.

Best regards,
Wilson Ng
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