Meanwhile, back in Hobbyville, people work so hard in their business that they fall into the trap of spending company money on unnecessary toys and treats as a form of reward. For example, Susan Kidd from Child at Heart, Children’s Psychologist has got into the habit of spending her precious company cash on top-of-the-range Pear-shaped brand computer gadgets that look good and make her feel good, but add no value to the business. No wonder she never banks any profit.
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