Using the highest degree of professionalism and integrity, you can protect your value proposition from competitive attack by setting traps for the competition. By knowing the competition's actions, behavior, and practices, you can identify damaging behavior. After exploring the potential risks and rewards, you can then consider what might be done to snare the competition. Exposing the competition's deficiencies with this mousetrap model will not only spare your client the expense, disruption, and embarrassment of a poorly executed implementation, but it will increase your ability to effectively compete.
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get the job done. I got some insightful responses: You must have identified certain behavior as unacceptable or damaging. You need to know something about your mouse. The right bait must be used. It must be positioned in a place where you know the mouse is going to go. It must be the appropriate size. Too big and the mouse sneaks through. Too small and it has no effect. You can get your own fingers mangled in a mousetrap, if you aren't very careful. You can't be present for it to work. You must use the tr