It is difficult to evaluate advice you receive and it doesn’t help when your professional counsellor is a compulsive liar.
Mr experienced expert
I found my man! An old business guru, expert in the retail market and he wasn’t nearly as popular as Miss Cutie Pie. So I easily booked our first meetings. Everything went smooth, only the lack of useful advice bothered me a little.
Taking advice is all about trusting people and this silver back liar seemed very trustworthy. The big firm he was working for lowered my guard as he claimed I would instantly get sufficient economical funding if I just presented a retailer order for my drill bit holder.
When I finally got the retail order and asked for the necessary funding he made a complete U-turn. Denying everything previously said and tried to disparage me. I was so stunned I forgot to punch him in the face.
Now everything was hanging by a thread. I had pressured the retailer quite hard to place this order and now I couldn’t deliver. Desperately me and my wife went to several banks trying get a loan without success.
You fix this!
The last resort was to contact the organisation and presented the tight spot this idiot had put me in. The lady I spoke to didn’t even ask, she knew who the fuck up was and helped me get the loan I needed. Now I was a little delayed, but back on track!
Return of the Idiot
A year later I received a call from this compulsive liar. He was cheerfully purchasing my invention Gearfix in a store and wanted to congratulate my success. Obviously he hadn’t grasped that I hated his guts. Don’t worry, he will never call again.