- 10:19 pm
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According to Tindell’s book, “Uncontainable,” the average Container Store retail salesperson makes nearly $50,000 a year compared with what the Bureau of Labor Statistics says is a national average of just above $25,000.
In an interview with Business Insider’s Jenna Goudreau, Tindell explains that the secret to the company’s high wages is what he calls “the 1=3 rule,” meaning that one great employee will be as productive as three employees who are merely good.
I believe the 1=3 argument was essentially what Henry Ford said in his factories.
Not to mention reinvestment from employees. You should be able to buy whatever youre making or selling.
(Source: azspot, via poetryismyweapon)
- 11:43 pm
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The United States is now relearning an ancient lesson, dating back to the Roman Empire. Brutalizing an enemy only serves to brutalize the army ordered to do it. Torture corrodes the mind of the torturer.
- 10:34 pm - Wed, Oct 15, 2014
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At some point of your life, you will become aware that some people can stay in your heart but not in your life.
- 10:03 pm
I would give almost anything for some macaroni and cheese right now.
Payday cannot come soon enough so I can get some more noms.