Opportunities: - Verify email address. (2:22) Alaina advises the client that she sent an email to the client 's email address. However she does not first confirm that this is the email account the client would like to use. It is important that we do this, as it is how we add additional security for the client. - Empathy.
When Jordan says “Gatsby bought that house so that Daisy would be just across the bay”(78) it shows that Gatsby had spent an immense amount of money on trying to just be near Daisy. He doesn’t even know if she remembers him at this point. This is also explained when Jordan says “I think he half expected her to wander into one of his parties, some night”(79). These quotes show how Gatsby thought that Daisy would come back to him just because of his money. Gatsby thought she would be impressed with his wealth, but Gatsby doesn’t come from “old money” like Tom does, and that status means a lot to Daisy because she also comes from “old money”.
In Matthew Little’s article “I Could Make Some Money”: Cars and Currency in The Great Gatsby, he mentions that he monetizes things, including the people close to him. “ he chooses to monetize is not paper, but Daisy herself. Even in the early stages of their relationship, part of his attraction to Daisy arises from his considering factors akin to the laws of supply and demand that influence a commodity’s price: That many men have already loved Daisy… increases her value in his eyes” (Little 20). Gatsby looks at life through money, he has made money the center of his life to win Daisy over but in the process he gained a money centered view on life. Gatsby gave up so much to try to win Daisy.
Tabitha Andes faces ethical considerations as a new hire as the assistant treasurer. She is being told to purposefully turn in the Southside Stores checks four days late, in order to make a little extra money on the interest they would earn in those four days. Ethically, this is wrong because you are taking advantage of the creditors that “need our business and don’t complain.” However, some creditors complain, but this company will simply “blame it on the mailroom or the post office.” Doing both of these things is ethically wrong because you are taking advantage of others for your company’s own personal gain. According to the way this company pays their checks, Southside Stores internal stockholders will benefit from this. They will benefit
If you start paying them there is no point to try to make it to the big leagues, because you are already getting paid. Also payment can take away their motivation to put 110% into every game that they play which means they will not be as big of factor on the team. So the bottom-line is if you don’t pay college athletes you get the best performance out of them that they can give. If you pay them they lose motivation and therefore start to become lazy.
Tipping in America began after the American Civil War in the late 1800’s, according Michael Lynn. Tipping in America is completely voluntary and no one has to tip, but they should considering the restaurant owner pays them $2.13 and regularly receives more than $30 a month in tips according to The Fair Labor Standards Act. When a person leaves a bad tip they are hurting that person's income. Tipping should be outlawed, because people don’t understand what a tip is, it perpetuates racism and sexism, and better service doesn't actually mean better tips. Tipping is not an act of kindness, tipping in America is voluntary and you aren't stealing if you don’t tip.
They’re not concerned with expensive eating out. They want the most they can get for their dollars. While they may buy souvenirs, they won’t want to spend money on high priced knick-knacks to take back home. My town would be far better off catering to families on their spring breaks. Families like to spend money, they want to remember their trips, so they’re likely to buy more things.
The way that Walter thinks is that if he had lots of money he would be better and act different, but sometimes people with too much don’t really act like they enjoy and also money never solves big problems but walter thinks it will. I believe that if you have too much money you think that everything is going so well at the moment and you don't care about spending money, but one day something could occur and you will lose all of so this just shows that no one should rely on money. In life you need to make sacrifices that could be should i spend money on an investment that could be helpful and help out my family in the future or if that I should buy something so I could help out my family instead of later. I believe that you should always help out the family when they are in need because something could happen and it could all go away. Having money should never define the person you are because you could be rich you could just be rude and not help anyone and be selfish and if you are wealthy you could have the nicest heart and be very helpful to people that are in need.
Even the richest man in the world can be unsatisfied because they are missing that love from their family or they might not even have a family in the first. However, ¨A Summer Night¨ The Millionaire suicide is about a rich man tending to buy that missing puzzle piece in their heart with money. Most people don't know that rich people are depressed because they don't have that capacity of understanding that life isn't always going to be about money. That's why¨A Summer Night¨ The Millionaire suicide is a choice of poor people wanting what rich people have which is money and rich people wanting what poor people have which is love and hope for a better tomorrow.
however, competition within and between groups and teams is often counter-productive. Although in the short-term, competition may be triggering, motivating, or serve as a spark plug for improved performance, it is not good for groups or teams to use this strategy in the long-term as it has a side effects. “A store manager initiated a contest by which every member of the department with the highest sales would qualify for an all-expense paid weekend at a beach condominium. In addition, within every department, the salesperson with the highest sales would qualify for a $500 gift certificate. Results were posted each Friday for six weeks.