This is Bill Smith. He is the president of AAB (Above Average Builders) and is doing quite well for himself. Currently he is working on a project to increase the reliability of his company and open up more possibilities.
1 Month Later...Disaster
The Vice President of the company, the Head Engineer and Bill sat down to discuss the renovation plans of the building and what they thought about them. Bill saw nothing wrong with them, while the other two noticed that at the bottom of the page, there was a note that said "Total Cost: 1 Million Withdraw Loan". They had concerns, but Bill reassured them, that it would be fine and if the plan falls through, that he would take the blame.
But Bill's major flaw was that he wasn't able to notice the small, but important details. Because of this seemingly minor character trait, things took a turn for the worst.
As Bill was heading to work, to check up on the construction, he was shocked by what he saw. He ran up to the nearby terrace to inspect it closer. The building was on fire, and right as he ran up, the building collapsed. He couldn't believe his eyes. All of his hard work and money gone. He didn't realize his mistake until later that day.
The Vice President arrives at Bill's house and explains what happened. Because of the amount of expenses and amount of construction vehicles hired, the commotion caused the building to fall. He also explained that all the money was lost and that he would help in any way he could.
After the Vice President left, Bill grabbed a stepladder and a rope from the garage and went into the attic. He closed the attic door behind him.and He than tied the rope into noose and attached it to the roof of the attic with the stepladder. He positioned his head inside and kicked the stepladder away. He killed himself because he never wanted to make a mistake again.