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Industry Veterans

Last night I had a heated, but friendly, discussion with my Uncle Tony Greco about our national economy. Tony turned 89 last July and like his parents and brother, my father Domenick, grew up in and established careers in the apparel industry, then known as the clothing business. Tony was a manufacturer of boys’ jeans in the 50s and 60s in Philadelphia with a NY showroom. He recalled selling denim jeans at $15.98 per dozen, including fabric, and made .05 per pair on 3,000 dozen per week. Read More

…And Wiser

Recently, I had the pleasure of listening to lectures by a couple of PhDs. One who spoke, Dr. Ken Dychtwald, was on PBS, and he discussed how our social dynamics are changing due to people living longer than ever before in history. Read More

Jim Rohn, My Mentor

Recently I learned that I had lost my mentor who passed away last December. I had only met Jim Rohn three times, at seminars I attended, but I read his books and listened to his lectures on cassette tape, for probably hundreds of hours. While driving in my car in the ’80s and ’90s, I almost wore the cassettes out. Read More

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