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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

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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.