Tuesday, 17 May 2022 07:45

My so called "complicated" style of deal making.

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Randall, a guy who I initially qualified as a cross between a doer and a complainer - someone that eventually does after complaining up a storm - someone that postpones the nigh inevtiable - and someone that eventually as I predicted (yet again!) correctly from the get go in terms of his hesitance to pay what he owed, how he'd pay (I still remember the hissy fit he threw when I asked him to pay bank transfer associated fees "why should I pay!!") (even tho it was a few bucks here and there!)) - I mean, it's one thing to want to save a buck, I get it, but at least do it nicely like "Percie" did. Hehe. I still remember him standing in line at a Dollar Store, Emily behind him, chortling - as was the black girl who he asked for a couple of dimes back, hehe. 

"This old white dude is nuts" I could almost hear her saying. 

But I loved him! Great guy, hehe. Emily, I dont know, more embarassed than anything. I still remember her "Dad's..........!" 

Anyway, Randall - eventually he turned into, always was, I guess, one of these guys who complained about "it should include everything!" 

Which was inexplicable to me - I built a website for him, clearly laid out terms, conditions and expectations on BOTH ends (no pun) - as I always do. 

Ya'll know me

Fair, upfront - and very brutally honest. 

Yet he threw a hissy and complained anyway (when he had to pay what he owed me). 

"Your deal are too complicated! There's layers upon layers in every agreement!" 

admittedly there are, if it's a business agreement, more so. 

Thats life, pally. 

Thats called SMART BUSINESS and not letting yourself be screwed over. 

Hey, no-one forced you to agree did they? 

And while I was always this way naturally, clients in the past and their own style of complex communication (which when you break it down really is logical and simple with a story between it, or in front of it) - have also influenced my thought/writing/decision making process. 

I think out several times into the future - either consciously or not, mostly the latter. 

And my style of writing?

I keep it simple, yet, some sentences run to a paragraph length - like the first in this email. 

Thats how it is, pally. 

Some have several brackets. 

So to someone who asks me something I might say ...

... as I said about the 0 Excuses Fitness Ship (which you might or might know about (since you dont get the chance to read all my emails(which is perfectly fine - no problems there!!))) ... 

Whew. 

Did I close the parantheses properly, hehe. 

Probably a throwback too from my programming days when C++ nested if loops looked like this

(simple ones) 

if x=y

then do this 

else do 

    but if a=b

        & if b=c

             then do this

          else

               do this 

else if ... 

You get the drift. 

Hehe.

And they ALL have their associated paranthesis, miss one, the compiler goes haywire. 

I still remember a certain Rueben going red in the face after "Rahul done messed my program up" (I was trying to help him. Hehe. But I finally told him, lets go drink beer, call it a day, we'll come back tomorrow, in all that, with his getting pissed off, some bracket appeared out of nowhere, boom went the whole thing). 

As Jyoti, a girl I once knew said. 

With programming, that ONE little thing .. makes all the difference. 

(as I said the other day, those little things make all the difference eh). 

Or, as General Michael knows, Dongguan Expat was once down because in ALL Those php files, which I debugged at work, hehe - there was nothing wrong except one mysterious { that showed up int he middle of nowheresville. Hehe. 

Damn tediious to fix, except I got it - less than a minute. Not even bragging. 

Now, where am I going with all this ? 

That it's all LOGICAL at the end of the day. 

And given the reluctance of most to read, think, analyze - and then talk or write, given I do it SO MUCH i.e. the writing part that its second nature for me, and my brain therefore functions (And so will YOURS if you do what I do) at a much more logical and analytical level than most - not to mention quicker (I still remember JOhn Walker once telling me "mate, I forgot how fast your brain must work, in the time it took me to send you ONE reply, you sent me FIVE emails!)) ... 

(he was talking about Fast and Furious Fitness - the Collector's Edition) ... 

But end of the day, if you read it - it's logical. 

It's fair. 

It ensures neither party gets screwed over. 

Thats how it should be as well. 

And more... 

Anyway ............. where I'm going with all this? 

That if you're not the writing sort, well, free to send me your testimonials via THIS link here. 

https://sendspark.com/request/Rolls-Royce-Publications-Incorporated/d4rwjmq7mlnz7b1ckdlx92xxplt931b0  

Or, anything else you might choose. 

Workout wise, send it in here too! 

Anything you want, just keep it PG rated. Hehe. I had to say that, lots of Bozos be sniffing. Though I've asked Celena for the auto censor thing, doubt they have it built in (which is fine, just sayin!).

And if you're the video sort, well, remember FIVE great videos with the 0 Excuses Fitness System! 

Otherwise, I still recommend using the link in the emails you get with your purchase to review, as those are easier to process, your words go up on the site UNFILTERED - and a 10% discount code goes out to you for your next purchase automatically and instantly (if it doesnt, let me know). 

But these videos will go up that way too eventually.

Ok, thats it from me. 

Back soon.

Best

Rahul Mookerjee