andy at hexten.net
Tue May 8 15:14:47 BST 2007
On 8 May 2007, at 10:41, Smylers wrote:
>> 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
> 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?
That always feels too close to referring to myself in the third
Or rather: Andy thinks that's too close to referring to himself in
the third person.
Still alive by the way. I win.
Andy Armstrong, hexten.net
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