Many people value their own work over the work of others.
A person will spend $80 for a meal that is soon gone but will be unwilling to pay fair market value for a $30 tool they will use for many years.
Investors have a reputation for valuing their money over the hard work and knowledge of the people whose company in which they have invested.
Business broken down to its core is customers valuing your product or service.
You hire employees because they will bring value to your company, treat them as valuable.
Suppliers are only treated as valuable once the prospect of them leaving is a reality.
The business relationship I value the most is with Precision Pattern out of Wichita. It was a relationship built on a handshake and trust.
What value observations can you add?