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Don’t Celebrate Until The Ink Is Dry And The Cash Is In The Bank Recently I wrote a blog post about how I hated losing, but I embrace it as a way to learn, improve and increase my win rates. You’re Most Vulnerable Right After You’ve Won the Deal One of the things I learned from my “post-game analysis” is that you’re most vulnerable right after you’ve won the deal. I know it sounds counter-intuitive but my experience tells me it’s true.
Back in the early days of the ATM machine, you could only transact on ATMs operated by your bank. If you were a Chase customer, you needed to find a Chase ATM to take cash out. That, of course, was a pain and the banks recognized it and formed roaming networks. The one I recall best was NYCE , which was formed by NatWest, Chase, Manny Hanny, Chemical, Barclays, Marine Midland, and Bank Of New York. The same thing has happened with mobile wifi networks.
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