Even if you set a long-term goal, that doesn't mean it's a straight-line journey. Often, there are problems and obstacles along the way.
Profit or perish... There are only two ways to make money: increase sales and decrease costs.
After 39 years of business, I'm still learning. I go through this every year -identifying new strategies that are extremely important.
Back in the early days of international, everybody wanted to customize the menu for every place.
Back when we started, people didn't even know what a submarine sandwich was. The product was only sold in a few markets.
By and large, we're a bread-eating culture. People like sandwiches. We don't really over-think that one.
Every time I come across learning items of interest, I'll send distribution voice mail to the appropriate group in the organization.
Everybody eats three times a day; it's only a question of where they choose to eat. The longer-term trends are people eat out more often.
From my point of view, my job is just to work hard for our franchisees, so they can maintain the position they're in, and to grow market share.
I don't have much of a bucket list. I don't have a lot of needs and desires.
I don't think I ever dreamt of going into business. No one in my family was in business.
I guess that's one of the benefits of being sick. Your wife lets you have a big-screen TV in the living room.
I made the first sandwich before entering college.
I was able to solve enough big problems along the way that the sheriff didn't come along and put the 'bankruptcy' sign up.
I went to school because I was supposed to. I did pre-med because my mum thought it was a good idea.
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