"You could help crowdfund my retirement."
Saying the same thing over and over again isn’t necessarily a sign of diminished capacity
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos didn't need tax breaks from anyone.
Leslie Helm, Seattle Business magazine’s former editor, leads quietly and generously.
"Words matter. Precise words matter precisely because humans have the ability — and the responsibility — to raise the bar on how well, how accurately they communicate."
In fact, it's time we started bragging about doing the right thing.
Power to the (customer service) people, or else we're doomed.
Here's to the business of building community.
Maybe we should give Starbucks a break and complain instead about companies that aren’t even trying.
Fear of retribution can be real and intimidating. Finding your voice requires support and encouragement.
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