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Culture is predicated on action, not ping-pong tables

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Feb 2017

Culture is predicated on action, not ping-pong tables

It has often been said that a picture is worth a thousand words. It’s also been said that actions speak louder than words. The truth is, we live in a society where politicians say ‘trust me’, often only to go back on their word. Managers ask for more out of their people, only to take more time for themselves and parents, request truth and honesty from their children...


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The Secret Sauce Revealed

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Oct 2015

The Secret Sauce Revealed

I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou  Sometimes your product is so good that your standard of customer service is irrelevant. Unfortunately, most of us don’t have that luxury and need to establish epic standards of care and detail to build strong relationships and engagement....


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One More Mile

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Oct 2015

One More Mile

I’m sure you’ve all heard of it, in many cases felt it, embraced it, wished you did it, and always love when it happens to you. It’s one of those things in life that doesn’t cost much, doesn’t take up a lot of time, promises a favorable outcome, and most often results in a warm smile. The good news is, some are already doing it....


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Attract & Repel; It’s a Great Thing!

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Sep 2015

Attract & Repel; It’s a Great Thing!

I believe we’ve made huge strides as a society lately to become more transparent. Thanks in part to social media, we are now offering the world a glimpse into who we are as people, as well as who we are as businesses. Because of this, it’s more important than ever to be transparent – to be open, frank and candid. Whether you are dealing with...


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Why We're Going To Haiti - Tony's Latest Blog!

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Oct 2014

Why We’re Going To Haiti

I’m dirty. I’m sweaty I stink and I’m probably a little hungry. Most of all, I’m tired, so very tired. My hands and feet are calloused while my back aches. I want nothing more than to shower and rest. Just when I feel like I’m done, a child pulls me into a game of soccer and I realize that I’ve only just begun. This is...


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Roma Moulding CEO, Tony Gareri, provides his thoughts on how to show your team that you care in his latest blog, “If You Don’t Appreciate Them, Someone Else Will.”

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Oct 2014

If You Don’t Appreciate Them, Someone Else Will

“Don’t it always seem to go that you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone.” Joni Mitchell wrote that profound lyric back in 1970 but remains as true today as it was the day it first hit the airwaves. While the author wrote about pressing environmental concerns, it’s equally applicable in many aspects of life; especially how a leader appreciates people. Let’s take a...


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Want To Win? Burn The Boats!

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Sep 2014

Want To Win? Burn The Boats!

Imagine this: you’re hanging out at the dock one day, looking for work and maybe an adventure. You hear rumblings of a great voyage about to take place and are intrigued to learn more. After hearing a few details about the journey you pack your things and board the ship ready for whatever awaits beyond the horizon. Prior to leaving your safe and comfy home,...


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Books That Help Me Kill It: Start With Why

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Aug 2014

Books That Help Me Kill It: Start With Why

I love learning. It’s ingrained in everything I do as I seek new ways to develop as a person and a leader. I’ve had the privilege of traveling the world to attend incredible keynotes and conferences that have aided me in my pursuit. However, even with technology assisting us getting the content we desire, I remain steadfast on this simple statement; nothing beats a great...


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What Does A CEO Do?

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Aug 2014

What Does A CEO Do?

From a very young age, I knew what I wanted to be when I grew up. As the firstborn child of an entrepreneur, it was clear that my family wanted me to be heavily involved with the business my father started 30 years ago. So it’s fitting that growing up, I knew I wanted to be a CEO. I attended a prestigious business school here...


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The Death Of HR

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Jul 2014

The Death Of HR

I have a problem that I’d like to share with you. If you’ve followed my blog, you know that I truly believe that people and culture are your only differentiators and your biggest competitive advantage. I refuse to look at people like a commodity or resource. People are the collection of hopes, dreams, ambitions and passions; not a widget to be bought and sold. This...


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