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"Another fabulous article. I heard this story on NPR and had similar thoughts, and this article really says it all." - Ektimis Reader in Wisconsin, USA, in response to "Citizen Gates vs. Cambridge Police Department".

"I couldn't agree more. It was thought provoking and insightful." - Ektimis Reader in Connecticut, USA, in response to "Citizen Gates vs. Cambridge Police Department".

"I read the article. You made common sense as always. Had the professor showed respect the story would have had a different outcome." - Ektimis Reader in New York City, USA, in response to "Citizen Gates vs. Cambridge Police Department".

"Very nice!" - Ektimis Reader in New Jersey, USA, in response to "Citizen Gates vs. Cambridge Police Department".

"This was excellent. Your articles are thought provoking and done with such care. Keep up the wonderful work." - Ektimis Reader in Massachusetts, USA, in response to "Annual Opportunity".

“A good day for me to read through and understand that the words that people say can ultimately lead to a moment of truth. Thank you for the articles, they are helpful to my daily routine.” – Ektimis Reader in Connecticut, USA, in response to “Finally, the Moment of Truth”.

“Great article. I forwarded it to several of my friends with children recently graduating.” – Ektimis Readers in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, in response to “Graduation 2008 – Prepare for the Long Haul”

“Thumps up for the piece to graduates.” – Ektimis Readers in New Jersey, USA, in response to “Graduation 2008 – Prepare for the Long Haul”

“I would go further and state that criticism is indispensable for our day to day living.” – Ektimis Reader in Florida, USA, in response to “Criticism – An Encore Presentation!”

“I enjoyed reading the latest newsletter on Conflict Resolution. You hit the nail on the head to put mindset as a primary factor to resolution. So often, even in the smallest conflict, one needs to be truly open to listen to hear the other side…I find that many people are either unable or not willing to take such a stance or even consider trying to resolve conflict especially if they have to do it face-to-face.” – Ektimis Reader in Pepperell, Massachusetts, in response to “Conflict Resolution – A Case of Gain or Loss!”

 “I enjoyed both parts of the Path to Performance…The information helps reaffirm my commitment to excellence at a time when mediocrity is so widely accepted that those with high standards are looked upon as strange.” – Ektimis Reader in New Jersey, in response to “The Path to Performance – OP’EEP”

“Very good and objective view of the current situation.” – Ektimis Reader in London, England, in response to “When Leaders Fall – A Respectful View”

“It is inherent in human nature to judge and criticize others for erring, without an acknowledgement that we all err in one respect or the other…Undoubtedly, nothing Mr. Spitzer faces by way of public criticism can compare to the strenuous task he has ahead of him in seeking family restoration.” – Ektimis Reader in Orlando, Florida, USA, in response to “When Leaders Fall – A Respectful View”

“So relevant to read your article on Governor Spitzer…terrific!” – Ektimis Reader in Worcester, Massachusetts, USA, in response to “When Leaders Fall – A Respectful View”

“This is so true, not only in life but in business as well. You may do many good things for your customers 80% of the time, but what do they remember, the 20% of the time that something happened to dissatisfy them or cause them a problem… People really don’t pay much attention to all the good things we do, but make one mistake and they remember it forever. The same holds true for respect, it is often hard to gain, but very easy to lose.” – Jack, Northborough, MA (Parent, Quality Professional), in response to “The 80/20 Rule – The Quiet Connection”

“I think your thoughts are very insightful and I like the way you've tried to articulate them.” – N. Melie, London, England (Parent & Professional), in response to “The 80/20 Rule – The Quiet Connection”


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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