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Discussion in 'Events' started by Brandonf, Jul 8, 2003.

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  1. Brandonf

    Brandonf ET Sponsor

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  2. What is your track record? Do yu have it published anywhere?
     
  3. Will123

    Will123

    If you want to see a track record just go watch them work. You will see it every day.
     
  4. Uhhh - no thanks. A track record will help me determine if I go watch them work. Time is a valuable resource, and I do not want to waste it on evaluating a service.

    So, I take it, there is no track record? Not trying to be confrontational, just seeing if it is worth my time and effort.
     
  5. Brandonf

    Brandonf ET Sponsor

    Time is your single most valuable resourse, I definatly agree. We have in the past kept a track record but have since stopped because it takes 5 to 6 hours a week that we could instead spend on other things (being together) so we do not any more. I am sure that we do lose some potential members due to this but that is the trade we have made.

    Though we do no longer keep a track record, we do keep members. We started doing this in late 1998 and still have over 40% of our orginal members, something that no other service can claim to come close to that I am aware of.

    Brandon
     
  6. Thanks for your response and honesty. But, if your track record is respectable, I would think it would be worth hiring p-t help for 10 hours a week to keep it up to date. That is not much money, and the cost of one additional member would probably cover it.

    I was part of a thread that discussed this in detail. Most people agreed that services should be accountable for their performance, and document it in it's entirety. And, if you have a good track record that is documented you should be able to increase your membership.

    But, that is if your track record is respectable.

    Just a thought. Best of luck.
     
  7. I do not want to start a fight here, so I will stress that this is MY OPINION.

    IMO, the only reason a service would not keep a complete, up to date record is because their performance is not that great.

    If your performance is good, you want it out there. And an hour a day or so to keep it current is not that much work.

    My .02.

    :D
     
  8. ddog

    ddog

    "Time is your single most valuable resourse, I definatly agree. We have in the past kept a track record but have since stopped because it takes 5 to 6 hours a week that we could instead spend on other things (being together) so we do not any more."

    Why can't you "be together" while working on your track record?
     
  9. Brandonf

    Brandonf ET Sponsor

  10. dbphoenix

    dbphoenix

    Anyone who insists on a "track record" before opening up his mind to any sort of possibility will never read another book or article, attend another seminar, engage in another discussion.

    BF's chatroom is not to my liking, but it's a free trial. But if your time is all that valuable and there's so little left for you to learn, then you should by all means pass it up.
     
    #10     Jul 8, 2003
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