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Avoid a "Strike??" Hmmmm..

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You may have gotten an invitation to a "Bootcamp near you" last week. Upon filling out the participation form we get an interesting message.. A bit harsh imo..

 

INVITATION:

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MESSAGE UPON REGISTRATION:

 

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Avoid a "Strike??" Hmmmm..

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Agreed Julia that "strike" is not the right wording....

Avoid a "Strike??" Hmmmm..

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Another consideration here is that this bootcamp invitation arrived 5 days before the event. Not really an option to cancel registration 2 weeks before training.

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Hi Julia,

 

Sounds like something I will avoid. I do not like strikes of any kind. lol

 

Cheers,

 

James

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Lol James! I will take the high ground as well and stay out of the strike zone...

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We'll let Julia get hardcore with the strike game... let's go eat pizza and await her outcome, Trevor! Smiley Happy

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Now I'm imaging a bunch of Google employees coming out to your office with signs to protest late-notice cancellations.

 

"2, 4, 6, 8

Don't let your notice come in late!"

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Hi Julia,

 

Thanks for bringing this to our attention. I agree this is very harsh and super outdated.

 

There are definitely no strikes given for missing or cancelling your training!

 

I will have this updated right away.

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Thanks for listening, Alyssa!

 

The first bootcamp was excellent yesterday. Here is the replay link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRHNeG8XAdQ

 

-Julia


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*James quietly opens the door and looks around for strikes*

 

Looks like I can sign up for more bootcamps since the big bad strike has been squashed by our fearless leader, Alyssa (thank you). Time for some pizza!

 

Cheers,

 

James

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