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Jan 19, 2021

We’re Live. Chuck starts off the conversation with that one of his projects did not hit any sales. This was surprising because he said that everything was done as planned, prediction numbers were good, it was supposed to work.

 

Mani proposes to analyze the whole situation, after a delicate and special search they found what the issues were, and during the search, they even found loopholes or setbacks that could turn down the sale.

 

So, as they say, “The Devil is the details” what you think may be a stupid error, this could be the small screw that did not hold the building.

 

Thought of the week

 

Mani - “It definitely should have worked, but the only to work is that all the invites go out”

 

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