He came after me like a bull charging a matador.
“What’s your success rate? I need numbers. What percentage of your clients get promotions?”
These were fair questions for a prospective client interview, and I’d heard them before. But this man, an up-and-coming executive, delivered them with an intensity and ferocity that was surprising. He was testing not only my experience, but also my fortitude.
“I’m not sure,” I stammered, suddenly feeling like a six-year-old boy facing the class bully in a far corner of the playground. “I, um, haven’t tracked that too closely.”
Six-year-olds don’t make good matadors. This bull tasted blood.
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