Unmasked! (sort of)

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Wednesday, December 31, 2003

After reading your article called Masquerade, (see article) which happens to be about a conversation that you and I had, I find it appalling that you missed the point of our conversation. You and I discussed many things, but none more important then adding new people to the business that are ethical and want to get into the business because they want to help people enhance their lives, by providing good products and services. My experience, which happens to be helping the hearing impaired improve their lives through aural rehabilitation, is significant to the improvement of the DME business. I would hope that with all of the things that have happened to this industry over the last couple of years, you would embrace fresh ideas on how to be successful in this business by helping people ethically. That is what I took away from our conversation. If you are looking for a good story, stay in contact with me and visit my business a year from now, and you be the judge and tell me that I am still just another DME wannabe. You should be ashamed of yourself for being such a negative thinker. We must change the way we think about this business, and it starts with reporting positive things and embracing change. The point of a masquerade is not to judge someone from the way that they look. You probably would not have a lot of fun at one of these.

- (signed) an HME Wannabe

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