Sol Greenwood is retiring from the garment business, and leaving it to his son Stuart.
"It's all yours now son," Sol says. "I've made a good living. You know why? Because of two principles that I've always lived by: honestly and wisdom. Honesty is very important. If you promise the goods by the first of April, no matter what happens in the shop you've got to deliver them by the first of April."
"Sure Pop," Stuart says. "And what about wisdom?"
"Stuey the wisest thing you can do: don't make any promises."