Bedside Manners

Ciletti, Eddie
October 2005
Mix;Oct2005, Vol. 29 Issue 11, p134
Relates the author's experience regarding the art of mapping out and pre-production for the on time and within the budget realization of the project. Importance of customer relations and positive word-of-mouth advertising on carrying out his project or service; Practicing the structure of standard, fast and repairs; Significance of the author's ability to communicate on his business.


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