dating tip: ask them to show you their recently used emojis so you can count your matches and see if you are compatible
I began living like he told me to live. That first morning, I’d arrived at his office wearing jeans and sneakers, and, in time, I asked him what he thought about the outfit. He looked me up and down. “Look, GQ may send you to interview 50 Cent because you come dressed casual,” he said diplomatically. Around him and his friends, I blended right in. “But they would send the guy in the suit to go fucking interview George Clooney in a heartbeat.”
So you’re saying I should wear a suit to work?
"It’s how people perceive the person that they’re actually sending you to go interview," he said. Me coming into work every day in Nikes: Maybe I didn’t entirely look like I belonged in a room with the type of man GQ aspires to celebrate. I looked down at my scuffed sneakers. 50 Cent had a point."
'Just as savages took the phenomena of nature for granted, as an irreducible primary not to be questioned or analyzed, as the exclusive domains of the unknowable demons - so today's epistemological savages take art for granted, as an irreducible primary not to be questioned or analyzed, as the exclusive domain of a special kind of unknowable demons: their emotions. The only difference is that the prehistorical savages' error was innocent'
- Ayn Rand
Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude said its insights were now in demand from governments around the world, although its main customers, initially, would be UK government departments and other public sector organisations, such as local authorities.
He said: "There is loads of evidence that employee-owned and led companies outperform their competitors.""
Only if the company isn’t capital constrained tho