A Lot Rides On Being 'Right On The Money'

DAVID T. KRATT | Other
Published: 01/18/2005

The answer is, ""That's better than being short 20."" What is ""What was your response to your boss telling you that your cash drawer was almost $20 over?"" Sorry, wrong answer. Mistakes were made. It doesn't matter whether those mistakes were made for the house or against. The goal is to be right on the money. Here's how: Always say, for example, ""$8.