Heinous criminals’ faces grace the forefront of news blocks broadcasted on television sets across the nation, social media, and digital newspapers far too often for any reasonable American’s tastes. Even though such constant streams of negative news may encourage some people to feel that the world is down in the proverbial dumps, those news media circles don’t covr the kind-hearted, civic-minded people across the globe like Bob Reina of Talk Fusion.
Mr. Bob Reina is the Chief Executive Officer of Talk Fusion, a company that was founded in North Carolina in 2004 that currently offers email marketing and video conferencing services. Talk Fusion has strived to provide new products and services to its many customers to stay ahead of the many competitors in its market, a key competitive advantage that was formulated by the brilliant business mind of none other than Bob Reina.
Every single morning, Mr. Reina imagines the following two words in the forefront of his mind: “I will.”
Reina, according to an interview he gave not too long ago to the journalistic professionals at Affiliate Dork, believes that the phrase can be used in just about every context in the English language. Further, saying the opposite of Mr. Bob Reina’s favorite phrase – something along the lines of “I can’t” – is an easy scapegoat to keep from engaging in activities and adopting behaviors that can help people make more of their time here on planet Earth.
Mr. Bob Reina also lives by a few other trains of thought that ultimately results in a major source of constant reward across every day he practices them.
Reina likes to give back
Although he chooses not to take an exorbitant salary like far too many modern lead executives in the world of corporate America, Reina still consistently gives away a hefty portion of his annual earnings to good causes. Learn more: http://www.pr.com/company-profile/employees-biography/82120-1877
Intertwining business and charity
According to Mr. Bob Reina, if the line of business he works in can’t practically fit into the proverbial puzzle of charity, there’s no sense in working in that capacity. Being able to give to others as an inherent part of one’s work is highly rewarding, says Reina.