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    Quote Originally Posted by jub View Post
    Disappointed by the initial response

    This was my million dollar (or pound sterling) idea.. This was my escape route from all this gloom of contracting..

    No worries, I will think about something else!
    By luring others into it? What are you, an agent? Contractors are meant to look out for each other. To quote Brick Top "It can get you in a lot of trouble, thinking, Errol, I shouldn't do so much of it."
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    Quote Originally Posted by jub View Post
    Disappointed by the initial response

    This was my million dollar (or pound sterling) idea.. This was my escape route from all this gloom of contracting..

    No worries, I will think about something else!
    If you had to ask a bunch of contractors (in the general area as well!!! ) their opinion on an idea then maybe you weren't cut out anyway so don't fret about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PurpleGorilla View Post
    Unfortunately I'm beginning to think that consulting could be a more viable long term option.
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    Remember. Them that can't...teach.
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    Stupid idea. Now a course teaching them to bleed radiators whilst dressed as a gladiator? That would get a much more positive reception around here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barrydidit View Post
    Stupid idea. Now a course teaching them to bleed radiators whilst dressed as a gladiator? That would get a much more positive reception around here.
    They would get more money as a gladiator.
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    LHH do these (under the guise of "starting your own company"), was led by a contractor funnily enough.

    I got it for free as part of a VR Outplacement package.. Was 2 days of fun and hilarity, 50% of course were welders/powder coaters etc, the other 50% IT contractors. Day rate discussions were less different than I would have thought :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by barrydidit View Post
    Now a course teaching them to bleed radiators whilst dressed as a gladiator? That would get a much more positive reception around here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenlake View Post
    I think that's how plumbers feel at the moment, like some great hero. Four screws, a bit of piping. 30 mins later, £200 please. Kerrrrrching!

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