My father once told me that a good businessman is one who takes the time to speak with customers in a polite and professional manner. My father once told me that it is the service after the sale that separates the men from the boys in business. My father once told me that hard work, honesty, being dependable and forthright are all qualities one needs in order to be the best he/she can be. What my father neglected to tell me is that one day I may ring the bell at a customers house after completing my work and that the customer would hold the check and kind of tease me with it, not actually hand it to me, but hold it half way out the door and only give it to me after they explained in great detail about having their rectum cortorized, their ball and socket operation, their malpractice suit over T.M.J. because of bad dental implants.Has anyone out there encountered this? I don't get it! I am leaning, heavily, towards going more into construction where I do a job, finish, get paid and then maybe some repeat work down the road. 18 years of the same faces week after week, before you know it I may have to have my rectum cortorized! Yuk.