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Is your commerce ethical?

What I mean is "Does your big business do the right thing when faced with that decision?" It's a simple question, which many businesses struggle with. I just don't be au fait with the struggle part?

I have worked for companies that held they were ethical, and certainly have no clue. Gist the decisions they make everyday towards their customers and employees does not advocate ethics.

So, what is it? When a celebrity in affair gives you their word and then reneges, that is unethical. Your word is your promise. Even if it is your business creation the statement.

Doing good affair and being a good employer is more than your consequence or people, it is the guidelines in which you do that good business. I'm disappointed in how many bad businesses exist today. I have worked for some of them and they just don't get it. . . they 'talk tough' but when the decisions are made I can't make out what motivated them come to their decision? It was not inevitably 'doing the right thing'.

Yes, I know profits are acme to most, but that IS NOT the floor line! The foot line is how your customer, partner, client or chance walked away from their experience. What's so hard to get? It also helps you feel good about by hand and your business, and you should sleep beat too!

Treat them the way you want to be treated. . . I mean it!

Don't say a touch you have no aim of aid up with your action. Keep your word in business, in compensation promises, in client promises, in doing good business. This is pinnacle!

I don't want to amble here, but some businesses need a wake-up-call (yesterday). What puzzles me is why? When you do good business, you get more good business. I'm not just discussion about the Enron's or Arthur Anderson's of the World, I'm discussion about every type of big business out there, in every industry.

If each one of us refused to do commerce with these unethical companies - we would have a lot fewer of them.

Be one of the ethical ones. Do good business, keep your word, don't venture into gray areas, and do the right thing! Sure, it will infrequently cost you something, but it will pay you back, and it won't cost you your dignity or pride or any client worth having. Isn't your affair worth it? Or how about your delicate reputation?

Try this: The next few times you're faced with 'doing the right thing'? Well, when you 'do it' - do it with extreme pleasure!*

*This will pay you and your big business back ten-fold. Why? Because that being (customer, employee, client, etc. ) is going to tell at least 3-12 other colonize (potential customers who like to be treated well too). Remember, you did it with excessive pleasure, they're not just going to say they customary a refund, or a promotion, - they're going to be jumping up and down at how well their condition was handled!

- Make a big name else's day! - you'll be bowled over at how well your day goes.

I look advance to in succession into more good big business out there - with a bit of luck yours.

Remember - Doing good big business rewards your big business with more of it. . . we're all here in quest of to do affair with reputable firms, let's do just that.

The upside? If your big business does good ethical business? Then you are by now ahead of a good chunk of your competitors! There's break here. Keep up the good work, partner with other 'like types' and only do your delicate affair with other more ethical companies, like yours. We could see a decline in our corrupt clash very soon.

Thank you for allowing me to voice my opinion and cheer the type of affair that helped this Country, it's people, and every business - Grow and prosper.

Good luck in your affair promotions!

About The Author

Scott is the Creator and Sr. Internet Marketing Specialist for Hyperformance Media, Inc. a website marketing firm located just exterior of Chicago, IL. since 1996. Specifically, he has over 24 years of sales and marketing encounter and accomplishment in the mainframe industry.

Written by and Copyright Scott Sedwick http://www. hyperformancemedia. com

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