Originally Posted by K8memphis-
I want to reasssure them they just bought a dynamite cake and everything's gonna be ok. It's goes against my nature to mention potential disasters and the conclusions I've drawn from idiots that have gone before.
I like the reassuring part!
when I review my contract with them, I do it in the sense of "Now you'd think that all we have to do is agree that I'll make a cake and you'll pay for it. Unfortunatly, we have some nuts out there that make a long contract necessary....." I review it and explain what it means to them and I explain why I had to add that clause. Most of them laugh and are in shock at the things I've gone thru.
Bottom line is I tell them, "If there is any part of this that you're not sure of or makes you uncomfortable, let's talk about it and modify it so it works for us. A contract is suppose to make both parties feel good about the deal .... it's not suppose to make either on of us nervous."
I think that's my version of reassuring them. When they leave laughing and with smile on my face, then we dun good!