Let S Make Everyone On The Job Look Good
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So close, after nearly a year.Roll on, countertop fabricators! Every so often you run into someone who gets off on pointing out his or her superiority to others.I'm talking specifically about the guy who shows up on the job site and loudly criticizes the performance of those who came before, instead of just getting on with the work at hand.
Sure, some people are less skilled than others (though that doesn't automatically mean you should complain to the client about their deficiencies).Also, mistakes happen; some are serious enough to warrant redoing the job, but others can be worked with.
Sometimes, less-than-stellar work results from depression or a broken heart, in which case, Hello! Ever heard of compassion? Ever needed it? (I have.) On other occasions, run of the mill quality may be all a client is willing to pay for.
* Along with many of my fellow tradespeople, I have learned the beauty of doing what I can to make others' work look better, simply for the sake of a good overall job.Having been the beneficiary of such generosity in a few cases where a painter or trim carpenter made my work look better instead of complaining to our client about what...