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He learned that her sister had just died of cancer. Recruiting Emotion 41 On his own initiative, this associate went to the hotel gift shop, bought a sympathy card and had every member of the staff sign it. ’ That guest’s room may be our product, but our associate’s caring attitude is our value. We can’t measure it with statistics, and we can’t manufacture it. We can deliver that value only if we can attract, retain and inspire the best people – with what we call ‘The Spirit To Serve’. W. 42 It can be read in two ways.