I can't edit my last question, sorry I have to ask again...

The speaker is an entrepreneur, I'm not sure why the speaker uses "ice cream parlours" and then say to the audience "for you maybe it's retail..." In the end I don't understand what is the comprasion he is making... maybe he means that certain people work in different work places?

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For me it was ice cream parlours, for you maybe it's retail, healthcare finance etc. Whatever we do, remember our business is not what we sell its who we serve. You and I are in the people business, we take care of people for a living...

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The speaker is apparently a sort of business guru who holds seminars that teach people how to be better business people. He himself became successful by creating a chain of ice cream parlors, which is what he tells the audience: "For me it [that is, what I became successful at] was ice cream parlours, for you [the people in the audience] maybe it's [that is, maybe your particular business is] retail, healthcare, finance, etc. [But] Whatever [business] we do, remember our business is not what we sell, it's who we serve. You and I are in the people business, we take care of people for a living... [this is the theme of his seminars: you become better at your particular business by becoming better at serving the people who patronize your business, not by merely increasing your sales to people]"

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