If you’re reading this post on my blog, glance at the top of the sidebar and you’ll note I’ve been experimenting with Twitter. If you’re reading this post somewhere else, now you know, as well. 😉 One result of that experimentation has been exposure to the blogging of a few people I’d not otherwise have been aware of, such as Stanley F. Bronstein, an attorney and CPA who writes self-help materials.
While I’m usually twitchy at the term “self-help,” especially when paired with “attorney,” and am unconsciously prone to associate the initials CPA with “dull” (however unfairly), I believe that Mr. Bronstein’s recent post about loyalty resonates with truth. (You can skip the section of definitions, if you like, to save time.)