Excessive Efficiency!

I haven’t posted here for quite some time. You know why? Simply because I’ve fallen victim to my own marketing efficiency :-), meaning a true deluge of terribly prolific clients. So I have to work, just like Sheila and Val, I mean translate!

Sure I’ve given work to a couple of freelancers but I always insist on doing at least part of the translation and all of the editing when the job is in one of my 2 native languages, i.e. French and Wolof (I’m sure you’ve never heard of that one :-). BTW, don’t listen to people who say it’s impossible to have more than ONE native language. That, with all due respect, is a whole load of BS!

Anyway, I’ll be back soon!

Take care and have a cool weekend. I’m off to work :-))

A.M.Sall

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3 Responses to Excessive Efficiency!

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  2. Jangalekat Wolof says:

    Only 2 native languages, eh? My sister’s husband who is Senegalese speaks 3…French, Wolof & Pulaar!

    I have a blog here on WordPress for the Wolof language…perhaps you might be interested? It is here http://jangawolof.wordpress.com/

    Jamm ak jamm.

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