- my own position was weird, as a driving force but also acting in the best interests of the owners corp. I was never willing to accept *any* offer - I drove the negotiations which sweetened the deal considerably - and tried to remain impartial. But in doing so I didn't push it as hard as I could have. That was my best judgement, wrong or right.
Some loose thoughts:
- for a proportion of people, it takes an awful lot of motivation to shift from 'do nothing'. Doing nothing is always responsible and doing something is always risky. (The public service absolutely acts like this).
- trust is constructed weirdly, depending on the direction of an offer and whether that offer is a broadly accepted facsimile or a one-off, regardless of the content of the offer
Poorly trained and feckless. Smells faintly of cabbage.
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