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What happens when you override your own business model,
Posted by Alz of CA on 7/22/19 2:37pm Msg #608605
strategies, guidelines, etc.?

Errors, errors, and disappointments. Most often than not, could have been prevented and/or avoided. IMHO.

The other day I completed a commercial signing. As part my fee, I meet with each partner at two different locations during the course of the day.

The first partner was squeezed into the schedule, as I had other commitments and he was pressed for time. As a note, he was originally scheduled at the end of the day. Therefore, in an effort to make the accommodation, I rushed through the sign up. Mind you, before leaving, I thought I checked for errors while rushing through. But apparently, I overlooked a signature and an initial. This was discovered during the signing with the other partner. Yites!

Everything worked out, after meeting the first partner the next day.

Even the best calculated plans can go astray. Time to revisit and pay close attention to my company's policies.
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Messages in this Thread
 What happens when you override your own business model, - Alz on 7/22/19 2:37pm
 There are only 3 things you can count on in this biz: - Lee/AR on 7/22/19 4:01pm
 Re: There are only 3 things you can count on in this biz: - pdl/cali on 7/22/19 11:08pm
 Re: There are only 3 things you can count on in this biz: - Luckydog on 7/24/19 12:22pm
 Re: What happens when you override your own business model, - Cheryl/SC on 7/23/19 11:37am



 
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