It seems I have been wrong. It does happen and it happens too much sometimes, but when it comes to the Manchester Unity Building and all my dealings with them, it seems I got it all very wrong. I completely misunderstood the intentions of the people there and for that I am very sorry. I have spoken to the people there and I am very glad to say that it has all been sorted now.
Learning to do business with people is incredibly hard at times and I have to admit that my inexperience was the problem here. I have not been great at communicating what I think should be done and what shouldn’t be done. I know this, and it is something I really need to work on. If nothing else this experience has been a massive lesson. I should never be afraid to say what I think needs to be done or what I need.
Still one of my favourites that I took and worked on there.
So the lesson here, not just for me, but for any of us who are starting out, make sure you speak out and say something. If things are not the way you think they should be, then say something. What is the worse that can happen?
I am glad it has all been cleared up and that there are now no misunderstandings, that we are all clear on where we stand. Again, I am very sorry this happened.