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Stories of Being a Borrower or a Lender

Page history last edited by Paul Crosland 10 years, 8 months ago

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Please add in stories of borrowing or lending here:

 

Please copy and paste the following format in writing your up:

Date the story,

Title of story

Who's story is it (eg yours, a friends, heard on the radio etc)

Has the loan gone well?

Unexpected outcomes:

Was the loan in any way reckless? (if so list the characteristics of the loan that were reckless eg reckless loan characteristic 1, 2, 3)

Sensible loan points .. as above

What's happening next?

 

 

26th May 2009

A friend lent a book to his postie.

Reason for the loan - he wanted the postie to read the story about a postie in the book and open his mind to the story-worthiness of his own life -that's how I heard the reason for the loan, though my friend would probably word it differently.

Has the loan gone well?

 

Reckless Loan Point 1:

 

 

10th September 2009

A gardener didn't want his employer to ask a neighbour for the hedge-trimmer, and resigned because his employer did ask to borrow them

 

Learning Point 1: Borrowing & lending questions sometimes brings out underlying (and surprising) conflicts

 

 

 

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