双色球开奖结果87结果 "He was always trying to get somebody to work with us early in the morning or late at night. To get NewYorkers to do that is something really difficult, you know, because they all catch the train and they've gottheir rules about everything. But Sam would always find somebody to visit with us at night. For one thing,he wanted the trips to be as short as possible. For another, he wanted to make sure we were working allthe time. It all sounds simple enough. And the theories really are pretty basic. None of this leads to a truepartnership unless your managers understand the importance of the associates to the whole process andexecute it sincerely. Lip service won't make a real partnershipnot even with profit sharing. Plenty ofcompanies offer some kind of profit sharing but share absolutely no sense of partnership with theiremployees because they don't really believe those employees are important, and they don't work to leadthem. These days, the real challenge for managers in a business like ours is to become what we callservant leaders. And when they do, the teamthe manager and the associatescan accomplish anything. Then in 1959 he came to northwest Arkansas with a franchiser named Howard's and did so well in FortSmith that he branched out to the square in Fayetteville and started competing with our variety stores. I also started selling magazine subscriptions, probably as young as seven or eight years old, and I hadpaper routes from the seventh grade all the way through college. I raised and sold rabbits and pigeonstoo, nothing really unusual for country boys of that era. Not that St. Ogg鈥檚 was empty of women with some tenderness of heart and conscience; probably it had as fair a proportion of human goodness in it as any other small trading town of that day. But until every good man is brave, we must expect to find many good women timid 鈥?too timid even to believe in the correctness of their own best promptings, when these would place them in a minority. And the men at St. Ogg鈥檚 were not all brave, by any means; some of them were even fond of scandal, and to an extent that might have given their conversation an effeminate character, if it had not been distinguished by masculine jokes, and by an occasional shrug of the shoulders at the mutual hatred of women. It was the general feeling of the masculine mind at St. Ogg鈥檚 that women were not to be interfered with in their treatment of each other.