JackieP commented on the following stories on BizSugar
:) Yoni, Now that would be karma...especially for the power hungry nutcase who gave me a written warning in a formal board meeting for....wait...its good... Speeding in the work carpark! I can see him now in his macca's uniform...oh wait his name was Ron...maybe the clown outfit is more his style ;) "
Susan I think you know, that I'm totally with you on this one. Yoni brings up a very interesting point regarding Ego...lord knows I've been subject to my fair share of them. Those people that would rather be right, than get results. I wonder what those people are doing now. "
Trouble with politicians Duncan, they are too busy trying to play both sides of coin, and they shift their hand depending on which way the wind blows. How can they expect to be seen as leaders when they really they only stand for something when it suits their current agenda. It seems no matter where you are in the world, people feel the same about pollies...It never ceases to amaze me how unqualified these people are to be in governance. But...that's a whole other can of worms. Thanks for your comments Duncan, appreciate your input."
Hi Steve "IMNSHO, deliberately maintaining low expectations opens the door for a competitor who shows a willingness to go the extra mile and build a trusting relationship based on honesty and openness" Totally agree and reading the comments, It amazes me the rational people use to justify their actions. And they wonder why their mediocre company...remains mediocre. Bizzaro sums it up nicely Jackie"
Thanks Susan...duly noted. Violins - check! It was a smart move baking onsite...customer perception of "eat fresh" is substantiated by fresh baked bread on the premisis. Clever. When I started researching, I had no idea that subway had been around for so long. I wonder if the concepts they developed were thought of as innovative back in the day...(sound like an old timer there) or if todays society considers them innovative..when really they go back to the old fashioned basics."