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question about a personal interaction

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by theseodude, Sep 25, 2012.

  1. theseodude

    theseodude Regular Member

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    Hi guys

    I want to describe a situation in very specific details, but I am concerned that the person that I want to talk about is in this forum.

    so I will try to be vague but specific. lol.

    if you want a 27 year old female receptionist to do you a favor on a regular basis, is it better to get her food from her favorite restaurant, or money in an envelope?
    is it better to be explicit (tell her: this is for doing X for me last week) or just condition her (every time she does X, you reward her)?

    this is strictly about business, it is not about dating/sex.
     
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  2. flingbling

    flingbling Newbie

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    First option or you could just mention the cause and effect relationship to her jokingly if you are concerned about her reaction.
     
  3. schwagoo

    schwagoo Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Say this."Hey Julie. Thank you for _____ my _____ last Friday after everyone else left the office. That was outstanding, and Certainly Not in your job description (chuckle). Here is $100. How about you leave early today and get yourself a pedicure , a bottle of wine, and you just soak in a hot bubble bath for the evening? Also, don't come in tomorrow until noon. Remember; when you ____ my ____, good things happen (wink)."
     
  4. partymarty4870

    partymarty4870 Elite Member

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    depends how legal it is, sometimes you may be better off not mentioning it.