We used the “s” string to make up our “u” (which would mean “up”) and “y” (which was to indicate the end of the string – we used a “t” at the end so it sounded like a “y” – which meant it was done. Also, because strings were so small we could only put in 5 strings.)
I love the smell of coffee. I love the smell of the coffee you just made. I love the smell of the coffee you just made.
There is a common stereotype that those who work for companies like Starbucks or Apple are paid exorbitant amounts of money per hour, with employees working in such tight-knit groups that each member’s salary can never be more than 20% of an average.
While there were times I’ve wished I worked in that environment because of its incredible productivity, for the most part, I’ve found that I’m satisfied to work at a smaller company with more autonomy. I found that there were more opportunities and better salary opportunities in those smaller companies. I’m so thankful for that. I have never had the same feeling with a larger company.
Well, I was talking to a great friend of mine about the great benefits of working at small/medium-sized businesses and he mentioned something that he said to my horror, and I’m not sure if it is the only thing he said to that effect, but I just love Starbucks.
Now, I realize that people work for Starbucks or Apple all the time. They’re really good people and I admire them on behalf of me, but there is a part of me that thinks maybe, just maybe, I could work for a smaller company where the people that work for those companies wouldn’t get such great benefits. I want to work for a small company that values individualism and is willing to support employees and employees for their own reasons.
I have this one friend who works with one of the founders of Dropbox and they are great people, I like them and I admire them, but I don’t know if I could work for them. But, I may well be able to apply a little of my wisdom in a different way.
My friend has a company called BluePulse (which is a business accelerator), they’re small (smaller than 99% of businesses are by size). They’re only about two years old and they do work with really great, really amazing startups. He’s not big, he
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