Why does it seem easier for women to walk away from a job, business or career when faced with deep personal and emotional issues. E.g A relationship with a co-worker goes south, a male colleague breaks up with her and maybe starts seeing another colleague and the brokenhearted woman
Absolutely no one has money lying on the floor waiting for you to pick it up. There is no free money anywhere. Even grants aren’t free money. You have to do something to get money, even free money.
... It looked like an expensive place but it wasn’t intimidating at all. There was soft jazz like music playing in the background and this helped give the ambience a warm and welcoming feel all together
According to Sam, before Wal-Mart became a Multi-billion dollar company, when they only had five stores, they spent only 2% of their sales revenue on their costs.
The turnout for the event was great; It was a day-long workshop with about 7 speakers. In spite of the fact that AgriHUB had no corporate sponsors for the MAY workshop, she still charged N500 less than what Leap Africa...
What I will get however is another call to convene at another venue and a requirement to cough up upwards of N5,500 for another 'impact-full' conference. (not to forget the ever so charming text message sent to me by Leap Africa 'hoping' I learnt something but refusing to ask me the participant for feedback which can help make next years conference better for all the stakeholders.
Even if the Obe sauce is fantastically designed and packaged, with great marketing and easy accessibility, the moment of truth boiled down to 'taste'
Also, heavier objects or products like 'yam tuber' can be placed on the product, to see its impact on the packaged product. Checking if a waterproof packaging is actually waterproof, by submerging the product under water is also a good idea.
According to Sam, all his children "worked in the stores, invested in the stores and shopped in the stores". As his children grew older, he gave then a choice whether to work for Wal-Mart or not...
... the caliber of businesses we are churning out, especially in the food and drink industry would be an improvement on the previous generation. That we are not just concerned about selling a product to a customer, but selling an experience, albeit an unforgettable experience.
... having the right people in the right job when they were needed the most has marked Wal-Mart’s history...
He is known as one of the greatest American entrepreneurs, and through M.I.A, Sam shared many life stories from his Wal-Mart journey that contributed to the growth of Wal-Mart from one (1) store on 7th July, 1962 to one thousand nine hundred and sixty (1,960) stores at the time of his death in April 1992.