Damn, BittyBit, if fruitcakes are welcome at Starbucks, you'd be better off giving up that basement bachelor apartment and moving into your local branch.
Still an absolute DumDum...........
When I stood up in front of people and I apologized, I started crying, in that first week,” Schultz tells Winfrey, who responds that men especially are taught not to shed tears in a public setting. Schultz equated his moment of vulnerability with transparency, a key attribute in business leaders.
“I think the currency of leadership is transparency,” says Schultz. “You’ve got to be truthful. I don’t think you should be vulnerable every day, but there are moments where you’ve got to share your soul and conscience with people and show them who you are, and not be afraid of it.”
In the second clip, also part of this Sunday’s program, Schultz shares one of his core philosophies: “Don’t be threatened by people smarter than you.”
“You can’t build any kind of organization if you’re not going to surround yourself with people who have experience and skill base beyond your own,” he tells Winfrey, adding that ensuring employees share “like-minded values” is crucial.
not worth it when you pay for it later.
do they call it montezuma's revenge if it is from dunkin?
"america gets the runs on dunkin"
Try getting a job at sbux, cleaning their toilets, don't fall in
apparently 71 year old guys that still cant operate their VCRs off flashing time of 12:00 have difficulty reading posts.
Movement presently involves mcdonald's workers now striking for wages of 15.00 per hour. Greed and avarice at play when ceo's make millions