Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Villainous Drive-Through

The drive-through was first pioneered in the United States in the 1930s according to Wikipedia. ¬†Though the first deployment of the drive-through was at banks, they eventually became a staple of the layout for fast food restaurants. We all have … Continue reading

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Should I be feeling at least a little guilty about this?

I recently came to learn of two books that seemed interesting to me. One is “The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs” and the other is “The Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs” – both by Carmine Gallo. I consume books from … Continue reading

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Job Roles Say Much More Than Job Titles

I cannot help but notice the importance people place on titles within an organization. We seem to have a fixation on the use of titles. ¬†Even in my own endeavors of employment searching I have been coached on asserting a … Continue reading

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