I don't deny that I am afraid of the a) but still sometimes I choose to be b)
A new company which I've never worked for had been ding-dong-ing enquring about my show and even asked me for a goodwill rate, and finally sent me this, I'm only posting the ghist:
Thanks for the video!
My client is skewed towards into confirming you today and I’ll let u know by end of today.
May we kindly request that you do not repeat your style for both events as we are afraid that the same group of customers will attend both dinner and luncheon.......and be
- no hokkien
- no coarse language
-You don’t have to be too CNY
-u can also sing the latest Chinese songs to entertain the guests as well.
-Do you have a long cheongsam
-no feather boas please. A fan also can..
-do u have also a song repertoire or any rough ideas that you will be doing for the luncheon? My client would like to know ya..
I hope I'm not being too kwai lan (pardon the language.....) but my reply these days are "if you not confident about me, please find someone else!" (pst...I have lasted 16 years doing this)
----------------------Added later after Sinlady's comment---------------------
yes, these clients don't understand:
I eventually landed this job, not after 3 event companies looked me up for the same quote. There is ONLY ONE SUZIE WONG!