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John's Philosophy of Business

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  • Business is second to personal life and family.
  • The most important value is to treat others the way you want to be treated, with respect.
  • Employees are the most important part of a business. They deserve to be well compensated and to share in the company’s success.
  • We value tolerance, but ultimatley the group of individuals is more important than the one individual.
  • When in doubt, do the right thing.
  • I want to work with people who really want to be here.
  • Suppliers can be as important as customers, especially in our business when we talk about artists.
  • Profits are crucial to survival and growth. Change is a good thing, in the form of improvement.
  • We should continually improve - our product, our systems and ourselves.
  • To grow and to improve, we have to increase our knowledge and seek to learn.
  • Appearance Matters.
  • We have to do what we say we do.
  • Our personal values should be the ones we use in business.
  • It is more important to have a decent idea that you execute well than a phenomenal idea that you implement poorly.
  • 99% of all conflict and tension among people is the result of misunderstanding the actions, words and attitudes of others.
  • We all have a responsibility to make the job fun.
  • Employees owe each other excellent performance.
  • The things that got you to where you are today are not the things that will get you to where you want to tomorrow. (The world keeps changing!)
  • There is nothing more satisfying than being the best at what you do (as a company or as an individual), and being recognized for it.
  • Business is built on personal relationships among employees, customers and suppliers.
  • We should make the greatest effort possible to be fair, but understand that as a rule life is not fair.