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Last Post 09/11/2008 11:11 PM by  okclarryd
OJT Catastrophe Manual?
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Pete Muller
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09/09/2008 1:58 PM

    Has anyone looked at this manual. It's been advertised on this site and I'm just wondering if it

    would be worth me spending 100.00 on. I'm new so I'm trying to get as much info as I can. It just seems

    like you could nickle and dime yourself to death with all the training stuff thats out there.

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    okclarryd
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    09/11/2008 11:11 PM

    OJT, feet on the ground, is the manual.

    The best way to learn something is to get in the middle of it, and get some dirt on you.

    I'm sure there's lots of real good information in this little book but for a Benjamin,  you could surely get a better return on your investment.  Like the training disc from Xactimate for $35 or so.

    Or, buy an ol' tired adjuster a cold drink and a cookie or somethin'

    Larry D Hardin
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