PLACING YOUR OFFER AND GETTING IT ACCEPTED
If you approach life with a sense of possibility and the expectation of positive results, you’re more likely to have a life in which possibilities are realized and results are positive.
The call came in Saturday morning at 8:15 a.m. The call display showed R. McTavish; it was the one call Richard would make that would change his life.
“Hey Richard, good morning!”
“As a matter of fact it is,” he replied. “I think we’re ready to go to the next level. Emma has a few questions and she’s not 100 percent sold that this is different from my past ideas, but we’ve decided to give it a shot.”
“That’s great! We’d better get together this morning,” I suggested.
“There’s one new condition. Emma wants to be a part of the rest of this process. I know we haven’t really discussed this, but I agree with her.”
“It’s about time! I’ve been waiting for the two of you to come to that conclusion for a while. You’ll be much more powerful as a team. Bring her along if she can make it this morning.”
“We’ll drop the kids at my parents and meet you at Starbucks in about an hour. Does that work for you?” Richard asked.
“Sure does. Bring your due diligence, your calculator and your chequebook and we’ll get going. See you in an hour.”
This was an important step for Richard, since he had always tried the financial schemes on his own, with or without Emma’s consent. I guess he felt the money making was his duty alone. And so far his lone-wolf strategy ...