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May 25, 2006

Four Eyes for Clients

Ever have clients come by your office who need to read documents?  Get a load of this tip (for waiters and waitresses) from Tricks of the Trade:

Keep a pair of reading glasses at hand. At least once every few days you'll get a customer who forgot their glasses and are unable to read the menu. Produce your spare pair and a good tip is secure.

Reading glasses are cheap at Wal-Mart, Target, etc.  Grab a few pairs and your clients will “see” what a great lawyer you are.  I know, bad pun.

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I think those cheap glasses are great! I wear glasses for reading and every long haul trip I've ever done has resulted in me losing an expensive pair of glasses - the cheap ones are my travel ones! I sat on my real pair last week and had to conduct a workshop today with the cheapo ones yuk!

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