Every once in a while we meet people who make an overwhelming first impression. Whether it is their character, intellect, personality or conduct, something causes us to realize we have just met a person who is extraordinary. In just such a circumstance, I met Tony Jackson as co-owner of a startup personal computer service firm called Arlington Computers. Tony exuded affable confidence without any of the arrogance that so often attends demonstration of self-perceived competence. In fact, his open and humble manner was arresting. While I have been a loyal customer ever since, our relationship has evolved. Tony has freely shared his hopes, concerns and questions while I have shared an open ear and a voice of some experience.
Tony recently asked me to review this book of his own advice and experience to those who wish to form their own small businesses. His success has been founded on practical application of customer-first principles and the importance of relationship in every business transaction. These pages convey the key strength of Tony's business success so far in this regard. I encourage you to consider these words and benefit from them.
- Lucas L. Johnson II, author of Finding the Good.
- Chad A. Cardwell, M.B.A, J.D., LL.M.
Attorney, Lecturer, and Entrepreneur.
"PEOPLE OVER PROFIT, BRILLIANT!"
"A MUST READ FOR SMALL BUSINESS, KUDOS!"
"SHORT, POWERFUL, AND EASY TO FOLLOW"