Tom Peters was interviewed recently by the Wisconsin press. After commenting on all the usual “stars” in business, Tom turned an interview question directly toward … us.
“But let’s not forget the ‘other 85 percent,’ the largely ignored and under-reported ones working at body shops, spas, independent insurance agencies, 5-person accountancies, real estate brokerages, and the like. The productivity and excellence of these thousands of unsung players and their small passels of employees have more to do with the health and wealth of America and Wisconsin than, with all due respect, Harley.”
It’s a fact.
Can I get an amen?
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