Businesses champion concept of 'conscious capitalism' over profit
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#1 Aug 21, 2010
Nice philosophy. Providing a service & being respectful to everyone involved at all levels. You might think that would be a no brainer. I would guess there's a stack of people that prefer some of the old models: Burn um and turn um (common retail & sports model) Resume beatings till moral improves. Work um like a rented mule. Drive um em like a rental car.
And some of these people think they're good Christians. Whatever that's supposed to mean. Reminds me of the old definition of a hypocrite: Someone who's not themselves on Sunday. Ba Dump bump (cymbal crash)
Love the story Pat
#2 Aug 21, 2010
Maybe the "friendly and Supportive" business climate in Texas has something to do with business philosophy that is innovative and customer fucused. I don't see anyone wanting start up operations in the antibusiness climate of Ohio.
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