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June 23, 2009


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Allison @ The Innovation Companies

I agree that sticking to your values is so important. Thanks for this Sean.

Tracey Kumer-Moore

Thank you for this post Sean. Much needed inspiration as always. You have uncanny knack for posting the right thing at the right time-or so it seems to me.

Yes, I am sure I have lost opportunities based on what I was not willing to do and I know my pocketbook has suffered for it.

But, I can also say that I am proud of the reputation of excellence and INTEGRITY that I have built for myself and my business amongst my clients and my colleagues and beyond.

I can look in the mirror and like what I see. For that, I will never be sorry for the decisions I have made.

And if it is to be burgers, at least I hope they will be the gourmet variety:)!!

Look forward to seeing you next week!

Linnyette Richardson-Hall compromise here. I am my "authentic" self and she's a pretty wise, cool chick.

My company is known for the amazing things we do AND our service. But folks also know and understand that there's no compromise when it comes to my principles and ethics. Period.

I have to be able to look myself in the mirror EVERY day and night...if that means I'll do it with a few less dollars in my hand, that's ok. At least I can face myself....which is important to me.

Great post as always - so sorry to have missed you in the Caymans, I hope you had a great time!

Victoria Joanne

What a wonderful post. I wish more vendors would read it and take it to heart.

I have lost more than a few clients over the past decade for the fact that i didn't want to compromise my values. It's a sad thing that so many people do compromise or worse yet don't even have the viruous values you speak of.

I have seen my competition go up in smoke and why? all because they compromised - they had no ethical values and became known as a scammer. It was no surprise when their website closed after they had over 30 BBB complaints about their service (or lack there of)

What you wrote is wise. thank you for blogging abou it :)

Kim Wyckoff

What a wonderful post. In this time, it is even harder to maintian your reputation and not compromise. Today's brides love to do what I call buyer's remorse. They love everything you did the night of the wedding but then they want to tear it apart weeks later.

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