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The first edition of the history was probably written at the court of Judah's King Josiah (late 7th century) and a revised second edition during the exile (6th century), with further revisions in the post-exilic period.
The Goliath story contains the traces of this in its many contradictions and illogicalities - to take a few examples, Saul finds it necessary to send for David when as the king's shield-bearer he should already be beside his royal master, and he has to ask who David is, which sits strangely with David's status at his court.
So don’t woo clients with gifts, woo them with talent and expertise. Glancing down at your phone sends a message that you are more interested in other matters. Never put discussions with a client under a time constraint. Building a relationship is not speed-dating; it takes time to create trust. Time does not eradicate dubious dealings; the stigma follows you your whole life. Not everyone will like you or need you, no matter how noble or smart you think you are. Especially avoid clients who “buy for a tickey, but give a shilling’s trouble.”Rule 7: Do not reject smaller accounts.
Rule 2: Leave your cell phone in your brief case when meeting a client. Answering a phone during a meeting is a strong signal that you are not really focused on the proceedings. So leave enough time in a meeting to get to know what your client wants from you and for you to explain amply what services you provide. Don’t look like you’ve come to repair the air conditioner. Treat every client with the same measure of respect.
The phrase "David and Goliath" (or "David versus Goliath") has taken on a more popular meaning, denoting an underdog situation, a contest where a smaller, weaker opponent faces a much bigger, stronger adversary.
Furthermore, a number of introductions and referrals have come from my “smaller” clients. Rule 9: Get back to your clients as soon as possible. It puts us under immense pressure to reply instantly.
Goliath's stature as described in various ancient manuscripts varies: the oldest manuscripts, the Dead Sea Scrolls text of Samuel, the 1st-century historian Josephus, and the 4th-century Septuagint manuscripts, all give his height as "four cubits and a span" (6 feet 9 inches or 2.06 metres) whereas the Masoretic Text gives this as "six cubits and a span" (9 feet 9 inches or 2.97 metres).
Six cubits and a span is expressed as "six cubits and an hand breadth" in the Geneva Bible, 9 feet and four inches in the Expanded Bible and the New Century Version, "over nine feet tall" in the Good News Translation, and "ten feet tall" in God's Word Translation.
After all Ronaldo, Messi and Neymar have different touches on the ball, yet they are all great footballers.
So below I have listed 10 rules that I have tried to follow when meeting new and established clients, admitting upfront that it is not always possible to adhere to them dutifully: Rule 1: Your service should be bought and not sold. Golf days, cricket boxes, calendars and diaries give the marketing department something to do, but they never get you business.