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When your client says "groping" three times in a 30min touch base...

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Is your client the president by any chance?

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Why not? Last I checked the guy who popularized it got elected to@the highest office - your client is a winner!

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I see that 3 is the number to beat. Challenge accepted. It will be a fun next steering committee

When you are a client lead, they just let you do it.

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