It Pays to Ask the Right Questions

Aspiring young people benefit greatly from ambitious curiosity.

It Pays to Ask the Right Questions

A few years ago, I had the pleasure of interviewing Rodney Stoner, vice president of food and beverage at the Greenbrier Resort. Stoner is a past Silver Plate winner and has been at the Greenbrier for so long that most people can not remember him working anywhere else.

I was curious about that, and at one point asked how he’d started there. His story has stuck in my mind ever since.

Stoner said his first job a

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