Just back from the transit pitch. I've been doing this long enough to know how to read a room pretty accurately. The clients' body language; the questions they ask (if they're interested enough to have any); little hints that they don't even know they're dropping... can tell you if you've stepped in sh!t or a bed of roses. I'm smelling roses big time.
Now they still have two more presentations to see tomorrow, and either one of those (or the previous showings) could blow me out of the water. But me no think so, Kimosabe. I know the kind of work most of the other agencies here do, and I'm not worried.
Next week will reveal if I've got egg all over my face, or sunny side up with four strips of bacon.
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