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Old 9th August 2004, 02:20 PM   #8
BossBean
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Default Clarification

I see from my prior post that I said something I did not mean (an example of the text medium confusing the message?).

I said
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I don't particularly enjoy working with Bragadocchio sometimes
and that is not really what I meant. I meant, I have to take my lumps sometimes. He points out my failings, and that is his job. He and I have been friends for a long time and that makes it easier to hear the criticism he must provide if he is to do his job.

I was wondering how well that worked in the real world. In places where you do not know your client as a friend. What advice can you advisors give on giving advice?

BWelford was asked to provide input. I was not. So I was trying to be sensative to that fact and maybe start a discussion of what is involved in giving advice. Thanks for taking that up.

Jean, you do not know me and have no reason to take my advice. I hope you took the advice in the manner it was intended. Thats all.

Thanks for letting me get that off my chest.

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