Last Week at Rotary
Perry McGuire - Nice, But Not Naive

It was great to hear from Perry at Monday's meeting. Perry shared with us many stories from his career with Chic-fil-A and and his most memorable moments with Truett Cathy.

When it came to politics, Perry noted that he never could tell which political party Truett aligned himself with. To quote Truett, Perry said; "They both eat chicken."

Perry talked about his book, though he didn't actually have any with him, and high lighted the main points. He spoke of Chic-fil-A and its management as always keeping what is best for the the business as its goal. Employee friendliness was just as important or actually the most important factor in being an employee.

In his closing he talked about how important it was to respect, to serve and be kind to all the employees as a matter of good character and behavior. He left us with Truett's favorite bible verse further contemplation. Proverbs 22:1 - A good name is to be chosen rather than great

riches, and favor is better than silver or gold.

Perry McGuire addressing the Sandy Springs Rotary Club

Assistant District Governor for district 6900, Lou Alvarado and Perry laughing it up.

Rick Doyle, Perry McGuire and Billy Lovett.

A copy of his book can be found at Amazon for $11.95

Posted by Todd Lawrimore
October 2, 2018 12:00pm


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