A judicious reading of the Wall Street Journal leads me to believe that a practice associated with successful business is honesty. As the saying goes, "Honesty is the best policy," the same phrase can be applied in a business setting. Personal experience has many times over shown me that while honesty doesn't generally get you pats on the back, it will certainly help you to avoid slaps in the face. And slaps in the face
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mechanic), our mechanic pointed out he is worth over one million dollars. His point was simple, "If it's so easy to make money the honest way, I don't see the point in cheating." In my opinion, well said.
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