We’d concluded a transaction – a lease of office space. And, as there always is, the work is not over when the ink is dry, and they’re moving/relocation occurs. I was writing about several of those little things; they were follow-up items to report on, give direction, and request information …
I chose to title that email: follow up matters
After I’d hit SEND, I realized that it was one of those frequent double-entendre moments, multiple-meaning for a simple phrase.
Does following up matter?
You bet it does.
It almost always does, so it’s wise to assume that it always will and work accordingly – and to quote someone wise beyond measure, “If you don’t have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over?” … John Wooden