During the COVID-19 quarantine, I had a lot of time to binge watch TV. One of my all-time favorite movies is The Godfather. Michael Corleone, played by a young Al Pacino, is the son of the most powerful organized-crime family in New York. His father, “Don” Vito Corleone, is old-school like me. Of course, he’s affectionately referred to as “The Godfather,” and I’m known as “The Cleaning Lady,” but I digress.
Don Corleone brings in Michael to handle the business and hopefully avoid a war with the other five Mafia families in power. I believe that we can learn a lot from The Godfather, and I am sharing these important Italian rules with the family … my Skillset family. Remember, “It’s not personal, Sonny … it’s strictly business.”