Never make unfulfilled promises. The big problem of our time is that in the pursuit of profit, dishonest craftsmen can breed customers with sweet promises and discounts. It is good practice to have a clear understanding of your capabilities, and your own will, allowing you to say "no" to the client, if you realize that you are not able to fulfill the request. He promised to give the pictures tomorrow - give them two hours earlier. He promised to shoot a lot of additional material, shoot it so much that the client was not satisfied, but at a loss of how much you exceeded his expectations. Promises must be kept, and no golden mountains promised. The subsequent disappointment of your clients will make you black karma, and people will stop coming to you even for filming without payment.

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