Re: BIZ: Dealing with price resistance?
I don't want to slam the door, inasmuch as I remain interested in the
company and its products. I also get on with its project manager and
digital marketing guy.
As we all know, Jeannie could be gone in a month. Or the ongoing
documentation need may be reassigned where it belongs. Or she might realize
very quickly that Woodrow the Woodsman should stick with repairing his
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