File Name: delivering happiness a path to profits passion and purpose by tony hsieh 2009 .zip
In his book, Hsieh explains the best practices of his own company, Zappos, and how it is important to create a customer-focused company that also provides a happy working environment for employees. This complete summary of the ideas from Tony Hsieh's book "Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion and Purpose" shows how everyone has the potential to become a successful entrepreneur with dedication and hard work.
But if Gandhi had known about my vision and childhood dream of making lots and lots of money by breeding and selling earthworms in mass quantities to the public, I think he might have used the same quote to inspire me to become the number one worm seller in the world. Instead, on my ninth birthday, I told my parents that I wanted them to drive me an hour north of our house to Sonoma, to a place that was currently the number one worm seller in the county. Little did they know that I was conspiring to be their biggest competitor. I remember I had read in a book that you could cut a worm in half and both halves would regrow themselves. Instead of filling it with sand, I filled it with mud and spread the hundred-plus earthworms around so they could slither freely and make lots of little baby earthworms. Every day, I would take a few raw egg yolks and dump them on top of my worm farm. I was pretty confident that this would cause the worms to reproduce more quickly, as I had heard that some professional athletes drink raw eggs for breakfast.
Flash back 2 years. I was completely unhappy. I was totally burnt out. I would fall asleep at 8 p. I knew I had to do something about it. Since I could walk I have always been one to take action. If someone scraped their knee on the playground, I would run to get the nearest teacher.
In November , Zappos was acquired by Amazon. What made you feel the timing was right for your book Developing Happiness and who are you targeting? The target audience could be anyone who is interested in happiness in the workplace, but also specifically entrepreneurs and business leaders. Is that easier in companies that have an entrepreneurial feel? We found that it works at Zappos and our number-one priority is company culture. We made a lot of mistakes along the way and learned from them, so we want to help spread this message.
Using anecdotes and stories from his own life experiences, and from other companies, Hsieh provides concrete ways that companies can achieve unprecedented success. He details many of the unique practices at Zappos, such as their philosophy of allocating marketing money into the customer experience, the importance of Zappos'-s Core Values Deliver WOW through Service , and the reason why Zappos'-s number one priority is company culture and his belief that once you get the culture right, everything else - great customer service, long-term branding - will happen on its own. The Family Lawyer. It's done without the child sitting at a desk listening to lecturers deliver about how to Happiness:. They see it as something they cannot path and therefore evil, and therefore not to be practiced for any reason other than procreation. Discounts are not available unless specifically profit at the time of sale.
It details his life as an entrepreneur , with emphasis on the founding of LinkExchange and Zappos. Due to this grueling schedule, he would often write for 20 to 24 hours at a time, sleep for four hours or less, and then resume working. And alcohol. And then coffee and alcohol. We actually put coffee beans in a vodka bottle. It is written in narrative form and includes short page entries from Hsieh's friends and employees. In the first section, Hsieh details his entrepreneurial adventures from when he was young until he was in college.
- Из сатир Ювенала.
Честь. Страна. Однако в списке было еще одно сообщение, которого он пока не видел и которое никогда не смог бы объяснить. Дрожащей рукой он дал команду вывести на экран последнее сообщение. ОБЪЕКТ: ДЭВИД БЕККЕР - ЛИКВИДИРОВАН Коммандер опустил голову.
Сьюзан и Стратмор в недоумении посмотрели друг на друга. - Что это? - вскрикнула Сьюзан между сигналами.
И снова этот голос. Он присел на корточки и в десяти метрах от себя увидел чей-то силуэт. - Мистер. Беккер узнал голос.
Просто надо уметь задавать вопросы… Минуту спустя незаметная фигура проследовала за Беккером по калле Делисиас в сгущающейся темноте андалузской ночи.
Автоматическое освещение постепенно становилось ярче. Сьюзан по-прежнему молча сидела за компьютером, ожидая вестей от Следопыта. Поиск занял больше времени, чем она рассчитывала.
Эти слова оказались не самыми подходящими. Глаза немца сузились. - Ein Ring, - сказал Беккер.
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