The Hound and his Bone
A hound dog found a juicy bone, holding it tightly in his mouth so it did not get lost. He intensely growled, snarling at anyone who came near enough to pose a threat. Soon he ran into thick forest to bury his prize.
Carrying the bone over a small bridge, looking down into the water, seeing its own reflection, he discovered another dog with a bigger bone. Without any further thoughts, he knew he wanted that one too!
He growled and made a big fuss, so did the other dog. He continued this for some time, snapping and snipping aggressively. As he opened his mouth wide to bite, the bone fell into the stream with a big splash!
It sunk out of sight, flowing along the bottom with the brisk water current. Not only was he without his precious bone, he was out of the other dog's too. The hound tucked his tail under in defeat, sulking back home.
This story correlates with business, especially when greed takes over and adverse consequences reign. The result, when quick decisions are made that exclude the care of clients with only a financial end goal in mind.
Taking on too much creates a haphazard environment that can lead to disastrous results in life due to excessive ways. It can take a thriving business down to nothing when integrity has departed and clients lose trust.
A fair share of business lends to happy clients and accomplished standards. Being satisfied means enjoying professional success while reaching out to gain new clients. Is it really necessary to have it all?
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