Chas Jordan (Fair Contract Associates Limited)
|Last online||14th May 2013|
|Member since||29th Sep 2010|
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|Number of posts||478|
|Number of testimonials||20|
|Contracts Office Equipment|
|Ensure customers are treated fairly|
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I reached the magic age of 40 a while ago, however, 41 changed my life so quickly that i decided to take another look to see how it happened, hence I have been 41 now for around 19 years, I have a son of 29 and a daughter aged 28 who have both grown to be wonderfully kind, considerate people and I am imensely proud to be their 'soppy old Dad'.
My poor wife has endured me for a tad over 30 years, while I am never quite sure why she puts up with me, I guess i'm kind of glad she has.
The office equipment industry has been my working life for over 40 years, during that time, I have repaired and sold photocopiers, fax machines, printers, PC's Scanners, set up and sold Document Management and archiving systems etc on all forms of finance and contracts, I have managed sales teams, owned and run companies of varying size, It is generally fair to say that the industry has seen more crooks than double glazing ever did and I have seen hundreds of scams come and go but throughout my journey have maintained integrity and have always resisted cheating my customers.
I doubt I will be a multi millionaire but I sleep at night and can hold my head high in any company, I have never had to worry about meeting up with my customers past or present and I never will.
I try to play a little golf although cannot profess to being any Colin Montgomery or his caddie for that matter, however, I do enjoy the 'boys' golf weekends away, the memories of which keep me chasing that little white ball every so often.
Friendships are valuable to me and I am extremely fortunate to have some very good friends and we really do 'go that extra mile' for each other, that's why I make sure I take time, to spend time with friends each week,
At some point I guess I will have to move onto 42 but until then, I am enjoying life and this phenomenon which we all know as 4N, (I did refer to myself a 4n'er at one stage but then quickly realised at a 4N meeting nobody is a 'foreigner' for long :-( ).
I became 4N Area leader for NW Kent at the end of 2010 and launched my first 4N meeting at Bexleyheath on 3rd March 2011, I am extremely proud to have been appointed 4N Regional Leader for South London in August 2011 and will do my best to support and grow the network and hopefully 'add some value'.
With many more groups to be launched over the next few months, if you are in the area come see us, I would love to 'chew the fat' with you sometime soon.
UPDATE September 2012
Well here I am 2nd September 2012, I stepped out of the Regional and team roles 2 days ago, and I have to admit life has been good, if you would like to know more about the last 2 years take a look here http://www.4networking.biz/Forum/ViewTopic/126788
I now boast lots and lots of good friends, I get help and support from within the network and I even got more business !!. all of which have come via my time at 4N, so thanks 4N it's been a blast.
I am on the verge of launching a second business with 2 people whom I Met, Liked, Know, Trust and have huge respect for, I am very excited at the prospect. Needless to say, I found the opportunity while helping out on a 4N exhibition stand in London, so I guess you could say I am a victim of 4N success, as I am now too busy and need to reclaim the time I usually devote to the 4N leadership role.
One of the best things I did was to get involved and help make 4N grow for the good of the membership, with hindsight, I probably would do it all again but I would need to manage my time a little better and perhaps accept that in some areas of life, failure may need to be an option.
I am off now to really put the 4N passport to the test, hopefully I will meet you somewhere soon, if I can be of any help in the meantime, feel free to look me up