"It's funny how much you pace when you are on the phone," my district manager Auburn let out a quick laugh as I made my way through the checklist of topics to cover on our sacred weekly calls. "I forgot you could see me," I spoke half laughing, half uneasy. I felt like a specimen … Continue reading The Missed Potential in Conversion Cameras
I want to give a special thanks to those who weathered the storm and the flooding to allow for Texans not only the opportunity to collect essential supplies but even more offer a comfort of routine in a very unpredictable time. None of it would have been possible without the cashiers, sales associates, and managers … Continue reading Special Service Announcement: The Overlooked Heroes of Harvey
Thoughts on balancing your dream and the practicalities
With the news of the Retail Apocalypse, American's are all asking, is retail dying? Will malls be dead? Where will retail be in 2020?
It hit the headlines this past Friday that Amazon has acquired Whole Foods for 13.7 billion dollars. A high price indeed for a company that has reported a loss in earnings for the past 6 consecutive quarters. The buzz about the acquisition has stirred up rumors of cashier-less stands, junk food in stock, and dropping … Continue reading How Does a Whole Foods Employee Feel About the “Whole Amazon” Take Over?