By Stephanie Ciccarelli
May 9, 2007
What qualities must a company or person possess for you to do business with them?
Don't end up with a Wickham when you could have a Darcy...
A little bit of research goes a long way!
Let's build a list of criteria for good business relationships here.
Ready to join in?
It's that time of the year again when I get a craving to watch my A&E "Pride and Prejudice" DVD set.
For those of you who are fans of Jane Austen's work or of Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle, you know that this particular movie is true to the book and full of diverse characters, to paraphrase Miss Elizabeth Bennet, they comprise of people who have all the goodness in the world and others who merely have all the appearance of it.
When choosing who to work with or who to work for, it is important to make sure that you fully understand what the benefits to you are as well as any follies that may occur.
We've all run into our fair share of George Wickhams, Fitzwilliam Darcys, Lizzie Bennets and Caroline Bingleys, but just how do you know which is which?
If you remember Mr. Wickham had all the appearance of goodness while Mr. Darcy possessed all of the genuine goodness.
Elizabeth Bennet similarly spoke her mind and always told the truth whereas Caroline Bingley was shrewd and gossiped behind peoples' backs.
How do can you tell if someone or an organization is trustworthy or as genuine as they appear?
Looking forward to reading about how you pick partners in business and voice over.
Hearing from all of you will help others who are new to the voice over business and also help people outside of voice over as well.
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