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Old 05-28-2018, 06:34 AM
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Mark Y
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Originally Posted by raystein View Post
As a consultant most of my work is helping people. Kind of a failsafe. I have always enjoyed the work and also enjoy solving people's problems. A few people recognize that I really helped them and seem thankful, but as a general rule I think that it is just not in people's dna.

In​​​ middle of a project I never should have signed on for but got sucked in because the lady really needed help with it. Last week she called and bawled me out for an hour and a half over all bogus details that I had explained to her previously. Just going to satisfy contractual obligations and tell her not to call me again.
No offense but you're not actually doing a "good deed. You are providing a service and getting paid to do it, correct?
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