“The true measure of a man is how he treats someone who can do him absolutely no good.” -Samuel Johnson” —I got this from a reblog from Hegs last summer, but the essence of this quote was the subject of an unexpected yet important conversation I had this week with one of my superiors at work. She mentioned that sometimes, you can see someone obtain a job promotion, and you ask, “How did HE get that? He’s not brighter than the other person??” She mentioned that a lot of times, the parity is business excellence, but the point of difference is how they are to work with (interpersonal, how they treat people). Makes obvious sense, but I think this quote is a nice illustration of how I like to interact in business (and other) relationships.