Thought I would check this one out
GE is toast long term. It’s the next IBM 😉
This is such a good read. Long – but crazy worth it.
I have highlighted the paragraph that the rest of the article supports so you can get a sense of why to dig in.
For me, in strategic planning, the question in building my forecast was to flush out what I call the invisible asymptote: a ceiling that our growth curve would bump its head against if we continued down our current path. It’s an important concept to understand for many people in a company, whether a CEO, a product person, or, as I was back then, a planner in finance.
This is our usual place for supplies – main thing to remember is to get there before noon if you are looking for the fresh fruits and veggies.
They close by 6pm and by the afternoon all the fresh produce is picked over.
This is our go to spot to get supplies for the wife and kids to make their fav food.
There are a few Asian stores but most are Chinese are Vietnamese.
Most great country Thai food is more of Cambodian or Laos origin anyway and Sacramento has tons of folks from Laos.
This is the spot to get your supplies for that kind of food.
I am in the USA right now hanging with Mom and Dad in NorCal.
Was trying to find the closest place to them to pick up some Bourbon.
This seems to be the spot.
Hopefully will hit it today.