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    I remember as a kid whenever a new commemorative stamp was issued by the Japanese Postal Service, there was a long line of people waiting to buy them on the day the stamp went on sale.

    There's a saying in Japan: "Okyakusan wa Kamisama desu" (Customers are God) so good service is emphasized in many areas of the service industry.

    I once saw a video of a seminar held by a very successful businessman--possibly the one who founded the Yaohan grocery chain. He asked someone in the audience "What is the object of running a business?" The person in the audience said "To make money."

    The businessman answered "No. The object of running a business is to satisfy your customers. If you do that, the money will follow."

    Meanwhile, the U.S. Postal Service is coming out with a stamp to commemorate an Islamic Holiday

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