Updated Saturday, November 1, 2014 as of 4:21 AM ET

What’s Your Technology Backup Plan?

There are times when technology doesn’t do what I want it to, and all of my best intentions and intended efficiencies go out of the window. But it should never happen in front of a client or prospect.

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I feel your pain. I always have a paper copy of the contracts or whatever the client needs to sign.

I learned years ago that tech stuff happens - such as when a NAVIPLAN program wouldnt open and I waited until the day the client was coming to the office to print - huge embarrassment.

Hi tech is great but low tech is warm and cuddly.
Posted by PAT P | Thursday, August 15 2013 at 9:48AM ET
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