Jonar Nader – Consultant, lecturer, and Author of ‘How to Lose Friends & Infuriate People’
The problem with Joshua Marks
I have one major complaint about Joshua: He never lets me pay more. Having worked with him on some very important projects, I have valued his energy and enthusiasm to such a degree, that I have always insisted on paying him more; because I believe that he deserves more. Sadly, we always have a massive argument about it. When I do sneak more funds into his account, he sneaks them back into mine. It’s so annoying. I would gladly pay double for his services because he earns it, and he always delivers — thereby making me look good. If you get the chance to work with Joshua, think yourself lucky, because he turns down jobs that do not tickle his creative fancy. I have been rejected a few times. He sure knows how to focus. It’s a bonus to work with a young man who loves his craft. His enthusiasm on the set is infectious. All my clients make a special note to compliment me on his personality. I enjoy having him around. Never a dull moment. Heaps of laughs. Lots of memorable moments.