At my first job in the fastfood industry I had boss that thought that working at Jack in the Box was the end all be all. As a matter of fact, he firmly believed that without Jack in the Box civilization would collapse.
So, one day I come into work and he pulls me aside. He explains that I needed to work faster to make sure I got more customers (friends as he wanted us to call them) through the queue. He said that the more friends I server, the more people would try to become out friends. As and added bonus, they'd be friends with other JitBs. The best part though goes past simple marketing...it goes straight zen. So, once we've made our friends and we server them quickly, then maybe...just maybe...they will be safe and sound in JitB and not bleeding and dead on the freeway....because that's what JitB is all about.
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