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 Hospitality Hints, Part IV

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The final four this week at http://stephenbrayton.wordpress.com/2014/01/24/hospitality-hints-part-iv/
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PostSubject: Re: Hospitality Hints, Part IV   Hospitality Hints, Part IV EmptyTue Jan 28, 2014 9:43 am

I think being reasonable and not cheating are rules for life. I love the little book The Four Agreements because it includes four things to get through life: Don't take things personally, Your word is truth, Don't make assumptions, and there's a fourth one....all said better.
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Agreed. Don Miguel Ruiz, who refers to himself as a Toltec medicine man, provides us with another indigeonous look at the unversality of ethical behavior.
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To me, it is how we treat each other that matters, not how rich we are. It is possible to have a profitable business and it is possible for customers to be reasonable in their expectations. Greed and the "me" factor seem to get in the way of what is best for society.
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