Reactive support is… always having to say you’re sorry. Saying you’re sorry is one thing. Being sorry and basing your future actions upon a desire to ensure that your partner doesn’t suffer the same fate again and again is something completely different. If a support provider allows its customers to find the same issue time [...]
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by Rob Addy | February 14, 2012 | 1 Comment
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According to the UK government; “Tax doesn’t have to be taxing”. But I guess they would say that, seeing as they require millions of UK taxpayers to do the paperwork for them through self-assessment… Self-assessment or self-analysis is an interesting concept. Can we ever truly be objective? Do we have the capacity to see ourselves [...]
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