The Round-Up: 6 Habits of Likable People, Restoration Delusions of Grandeur, Big Reward for Stolen Rug & Cleaner Gets Rewarded for Honesty
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“6 Habits of Remarkably Likable People,” Inc. Magazine.
How to make people like you (and close some sales while you’re at it). Details here.
“Delusions of Grandeur,” Clean Restore Connect.
Dick Wagner blogs about the worst marketing mistake that disaster restoration companies can make. Read it here.
“Reward Offered for Stolen Tabriz Rug,” ICS Magazine.
David Dilmaghani is asking for help in recovering an antique silk Tabriz carpet. A $25,000 reward is offered for information leading to recovery of the rug, and an additional $2,500 is being offered to anyone who aids in the location of the rug via social media or online resources. Find out more here.
“Airport Cleaner Who Turned in $13k Honored for Honesty,” NBC 6 South Florida.
A cleaning service worker at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport found an iPad containing $13,000 in cash. He promptly returned it, and was honored for his honesty. Read more here.