If you are a QRPer and are serious about it, especially when it comes to working DX or participating in the QRP Fox hunts (or any radio contest, for that matter) then the following IS A MUST READ.
This post on John AE5X's blog, is an absolute gem. I have rarely read posts that are more pragmatic, to the point, that are dead on and hit the ball over the wall.
Pay particular attention to the passage that begins with, "There is a common misconception that the heavy lifting in a QSO containing a QRPer is done by the non-QRP station" and then ends with, "rather than using a strategy, are simply calling on unproven frequencies within the split range, thereby eliminating themselves as valid competitors."
This part is what I consider to be the "meat and potatoes" of this post, and I can think of no better words of wisdom to impart upon ANY Ham, let alone a budding QRPer.
John, thanks so much for writing this and sharing it with the radio and QRP community. Words to live by!
72 de Larry W2LJ
QRP - When you care to send the very least!