After reading a list of regrets older people have, I thought I’d list five things in business that I don’t regret. These are five things that are simple, easy to implement, and can make your a success.
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I often speak to the business owners when I write. This time, I’m speaking to the consumers. And while some of this is specific to where I live, it also applies to other parts of the world.
First, let me start by thanking many Facebook users for providing me with bad example fodder. I have found if I look on Facebook I can find many bad examples when it comes to business practices.
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