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I wrote a blog back in 2006 about ‘The Story of Johnny the Bagger’. A simple tale about being ourselves when we are with our customers – and how easy it can be to add value to them. It is great to be reminded that it is the simple things that can make the biggest difference… Even in tough times. The book is well read at RedBalloon – but here is Barbara Glanz the author telling her story directly. Worth the two minutes.

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  1. I question if this story is true. This story only exists as part of a woman’s training videos. Check out this website. It seems to raise some good questions.

    http://johnnybagger.yolasite.com/

    I hate to even think it isn’t true because it would mean she’s exploiting down syndrome to make a buck.

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