Ask a friend for help

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You can always ask for help from friends. But when you do, don’t ask them to do the work for free just because they are your friends.

Ask how much they’ll charge you. This way, you show that you respect the value of what they can do for you. Some of your friends will insist that they can do it for you for free.  Accept that.

Then, find a gift that will make them happy. You’ll build friendship and you get things done.

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