[thelist] Referral Programs

.jeff jeff at members.evolt.org
Wed Feb 26 12:37:01 CST 2003


> From: Belinda Johnson
> Um, no, I am professional enough to not take on clients
> that have needs beyond my capabilities, but I am also
> lucky enough and respected enough by my clients to be
> able to grow with them, which is where we are now and
> why I am a member of this list and seek out assistance
> to learn the things I need to learn. I simply asked for
> suggestions from persons whose opinions I respect as
> well.

sorry, i was very brief in my initial response, it was late, and i was

what i meant was, if you're not sure how things like this need to be put
together, but can tell it's time to grow, then maybe some consulting time
with someone with experience in that area would go a long way in helping
avoid catastrophic pitfalls that could cost you and/or your client their
business.  i wasn't trying to imply that you wouldn't do the right thing for
your client or were incapable.  i just got a feeling from your initial post
like you weren't sure what the next move was.  imo, some paid time with a
professional with experience in this area could be one avenue.


jeff at members.evolt.org

More information about the thelist mailing list