TCF692: Friday Fails – Not My Monkeys, Not My Circus.

In this episode, Dan breaks down a pretty common scenario in the contracting industry. Someone is running their own business, and someone else comes along and shares a bunch of issues with them.. which the first person then internalizes to try and work out a solution. He shares what contractors should do in this type of situation instead of handling other people’s issues on their own.

In this episode, we talk about…  

  • Not internalizing the issues of others as your own to try and help them find a resolution
  • Instead of taking on the customer issues and making our own, what should you do
  • Staying immune to the customer’s issues

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