Updating from September 2012 https://theinsurancebill.com/?p=192
Life philosophies can adjust. It’s tough to think that any day you wake up doesn’t have some element of great to it. Although I really do not remember who I was referencing six years ago, I think I do and just the possibility of who it is makes me smile.
Ten or so years ago I started to realize I could work with anyone. Then, this adapted a little to
- As long as they are nice to me and the people I work with
- Their money is green
I get it I know they are expressions but please use some caution. How about ” he/she knows a lot of people”? Makes more sense than saying everybody from a grammatical standpoint it is also more more logical.
How about the word “know” do you really know someone? My guess is you maybe getting to know someone or have a good sense of who the person is. When you know someone my guess is you need to think to yourself; Do I know them to the point that I will point my name next to theirs and refer them? Not that you need to stand by their work, things happen. But what I mean is if you really “know” someone you should be willing to share them with others and be willing to risk a piece of your reputation when referring them.
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