The business of selling ego is clearly thriving in our Global Financial Crisis. There’s certainly one thing that some Ferrari, Lamborghini and MBA owners never learn: An image can be bought, but a reputation must be earned.
For example, an MBA Graduate today threatened an investigation of one of my registered businesses for “academic misconduct” in stealing ‘his idea’, while offering partnership with…his business plan, and lastly, attempts to “buy us out” with $100 and the reminder of starving children in Africa.
What kind of reputation is he forging for himself exactly?
Tiger Airways. I gave them a chance last night, wasn’t aware of their 45 minute Pre-Check-In policy and missed my flight. At no point were they understanding, so I flew with Virgin 10 hours later. It’s apparently a clever strategy to make you book another ticket.
The average person tells 10 people about bad customer service experiences.
A reputation is everything, and so is a bad one. Karma likes to strike back with a vengeance.
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