Pretending As Someone As You Are Not Has Consequences

By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist

Do you really think you will accomplish success when you pretend as someone that you are not? In today’s business world there are many individuals who are ‘great pretenders’ only to achieve something for an immediate gratification. We do not advocate nor entertain these types of behaviors of individuals.

The image below shows our values within ‘our Circles’, both clients and business partners whom we have worked or currently in relationship with experience the many benefits from our social involvement.

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ReloNavigator’s business is creating results for our clients. Return on investment is important, and our successes are demonstrated internationally and across industries.

When you are involved or like to get involved with international businesses, experiencing issues that are hard to solve due to inadequate competency, ReloNavigator can assist you in solving them and by acquiring business competency. 

For social media conversations tweet us: @ReloNavigator @IntlBusinesses @IdeasN @JNTCArticles; or click on the following  link to learn more about our ReloNavigator’s professional competency; and for additional information please call +1 (360) 312-4300 or send your inquiries via email to: info@relonavigator.com

Locate us by using our hashtags: #IBBAsCircle #circlesofinfluencers #leaderscircle #internationalbusinesses #IdeasNConversations #ideasncircle #ReloNavigatorsCircle #HPO #people #culture #expats ©ReloNavigator. All Rights Reserved.

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