Sunday, September 25, 2011
May 12, 2009
As I sit here reading my twitter response to the ethics of flirting for business, I am momentarily stunned as I realize I have posted my ethics for the entire world to see.
Momentarily because “the entire world” reflects my 482, followers who I can at any time pretend are 482 readers (translation fans).
Perhaps, I should be embarrassed to admit that my ethics on such things as sales, prospects and clients is evocatively evasive. My reasons for not indulging in business flirtations are more personal than professional: I do not want to deal with someone I flirted with just to get a sale in any other capacity once the sale is made.
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