You are a passenger in a car; the driver learns that credit cards won’t work at the exit; hides a bankroll of fifties, offers his credit card and is waved through for free.
You are with your very rich widow friend. She grabs two punnets of strawberries and surreptitiously stuffs three more strawberries into each punnet.
You are with a client. The bill for coffee and muffins comes to $5.47. Your client whips out a calculator and calculates 15% of $5.47.
Your client can’t send an eight MEGA-byte proposal through the email to a customer. The proposal is to supply a $230,000 machine. Your client won’t slip you $250 to reduce the document to a manageable 230 KILO-bytes!
Another client wants to bypass the postal strike and switch to fax/direct deposit, but jibs at paying you $1,000 to do a full and complete tenacious service to get the message out to all 2,300 customers, opting instead for the $275 one-pass fax-what-we-can process.
Identify those parties whose passion is to die with their bank account at its highest balance ever.
Now, let me ask you this:
- What is YOUR passion for this short life?