Category Archives: Perserverance

Go Big Mac or Go Home!

Legendary franchisee Jim Delligatti passed away this past Tuesday.  Never heard of him?  Well, does the following jingle mean anything to you? “Two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions, on a sesame seed bun!” That’s right.  Jim Delligatti is widely credited with inventing the Big Mac!  As much of a no-brainer as that delicious… Read More »

Celebrate Your Graduation Day!

It’s high school graduation week across America!  And what an incredible time to recognize our graduates as they catapult toward adulthood.  There are countless parties, meaningful family gatherings, and heart-felt emotion to mark the glorious occasion.  Why do we honor these graduates with so much fanfare?  Because they deserve it!  They have persevered through difficult times… Read More »

Ya Gotta Do, What Ya Gotta Do!

Ah, yes, the trade show life.  An adrenaline junkie’s dream, full of glamour and intrigue.  Would you believe a moderate uptick in excitement?  Okay, fine, it’s a good excuse to get the kids some tchotchkes!   Anyway, I had the distinct pleasure of participating in an industry trade show this past week.  Believe it or not, there was some down time and,… Read More »

The Big Cat Walks Late

There is a saying in poker (at least in our poker group) that has special meaning for the Resilient Worker: “The Big Cat Walks Late”.  What exactly does this mean?  There will be times, early in the night, when fortune may not be smiling upon you.  Despite great strategy and decent cards, you may not win a single hand.  Your frustration mounts… Read More »