Make every detail perfect and limit the number of details to perfect. — Jack Dorsey
You need to have a collaborative hiring process. — Steve Jobs
Sweat equity is the most valuable equity there is. — Mark Cuban
I cannot give you the formula for success, but I can give you the formula for failure, which is: Try to please everybody. — Herbert Swope
An entrepreneur tends to bite off a little more than he can chew hoping he’ll quickly learn how to chew it. — Roy Ash
An opportunistic lunch thief is like a printer jam or an argument about the thermostat: almost every office will have one at some point, and though it may seem petty, if it happens regularly it can make your workplace unbearable (not to mention unproductive).
How can you prevent lunch larceny from ruining your afternoons? Short of catching the culprit red-handed, no method is guaranteed success: but below are our best tips for disrupting, preventing and/or exposing a sandwich swindle.
“Culture eats strategy for breakfast” – Peter Drucker
“Everyone talks about building a relationship with your customer. I think you build one with your employees first.” – Angela Ahrendts
When you’re busy – whether with work, family or a combination of the two – it can be hard to find time to fit in a workout at all. Some people prefer to grab a quick gym session over their lunch break; others prefer to squeeze in a run after dinner; and working out first thing in the morning is often seen as an option for extreme gym bunnies only! But even if you don’t think of yourself as that “morning person” type, working out in the morning provides the most overall benefits to your body – and to your daily grind. Here are a few of the key benefits of getting your cardio and weight training done before you start work for the day.
A group becomes a team when each member is sure enough of himself and his contribution to praise the skills of others. – Norman Shidle