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06-15-2009, 05:27 AM
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Originally Posted by MistaWrista View Post
I have to say, books and plans are great, but it's best to develop your own through trial and error. Be objective about your strengths and weaknesses and use that honest assessment to buttress your biggest weak spots.
I've actually owned that book for a good three years now, but I haven't really dug deep enough into it. I have used some things here and there as reference, but I know where you're coming from Mista. I have seen some things in there that may not be the best for me, plus I have some other things in mind I'll want to do that will keep me a little more motivated, and may be more beneficial for me in the long-run.

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