This is the first scenario in the “What Would You Do?” series.
I’ve had so many bizarre experiences over the last 32 years of detecting nothing would surprise me. Each of the scenarios presented in this series has actually happened – some to me, and others to people I know. In some instances, the right decision was made, and in other situations, the person this happened to wish they could have a mulligan and try again. Should something like these events happen to you, we hope reading and thinking about these may help you get it right and avoid making a snap decision in the heat of the moment that you end up regretting.
Read the following scenario and think about what you might do if you found yourself in this situation. Please sound off in the comments section below, or reply to this article’s Twitter or FB post with your thoughts.
“You have arranged with a homeowner to hunt his property with the understanding that you will evenly split the value of anything you find. About an hour into the hunt, you dig a civil war belt plate that you know may be valued somewhere between $2,000 and $20,000. No one sees you dig the plate. What do you do?”
Often the “correct answer” seems obvious, but might not be what you actually might do in said situation. Think about it. Be honest with yourself, and be prepared for anything out there. Good luck on your next hunt!
Dig Deeper: Read Scenario #2 – What Would You Do?
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