In the past week I have been asked to look at some projects from some of my clients. Some of the projects just don't make any sense and when I point this out to my client, they come to me with some form or another on how rich the end client is. It's either take a look at his mansion here..... or the guy owns 400 rental properties bla bla bla. Then I get the "this project is going to go forward and we need to begin doing this leg work". Then when I balk a bit they say "What, you don't want to do the work?".
Why is everyone so fascinated with this aspect?
Oh, and at least one of the projects has already been cancelled because it just didn't make any sense.
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