Nicholas Clark nick at
Tue May 8 15:11:29 BST 2007

On Tue, May 08, 2007 at 10:41:26AM +0100, Smylers wrote:
> Andy Armstrong writes:

> > Part of it is quite basic for me: I have a huge problem saying "I'm
> > great" to a potential client but no problem at all with "We're great"
> > :)
> In that case why not just say "We're great" to them?  If they're doing
> business with a limited company and you are the person from that company
> they deal with, how are they to know if "we" is just you and a
> camel-shaped paperweight you use to hold down the invoices?

I'm sure that Léon and Simon would be happy to pimp Amelia and Niles
(respectively) to your company as additional employees, if the money were
right. Both are far more flexible than mere paperweights. :-)

Nicholas Clark

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