I heard a true story recently about a man who went bankrupt during the Depression, owing others much money.
The story is common. It happened often during the 1930s. But here’s the twist: In the years that followed, he paid back every cent he owed. I never met this man, but I do know he was trustworthy, the kind with whom I would like to associate and do business.
My point: Actions tell a lot about people. They also tell a lot about us. Make sure you are sending the right message to the world. — JRI
"The actions of men are the best
interpreters of their thoughts."
– John Locke
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