All Blog Posts Tagged 'business' (4)

Fond of atheism

I always was that guy who had a lot of dreams and obsessions ,but usually those were not productive obsessions since because I was a muslim nearly everything I wanted to do was considered a bad thing by my parents and society ,but now since I am an atheist I feel much more free and honest about my desires the issue is just is after a while these obsessions faded I now like a lot of stuff ,but there is really nothing I want to do other than chill around with people and have smart and fun… Continue

Added by Ahmed El-Sherif on June 12, 2011 at 10:24pm — 1 Comment

Atheists' lives too easy

I'm a bit bored after finishing school (weird) and wanted to talk about something.

I am not sure how Gary Wells can state something so obvious ("It's up to you," Letters/Jan. 22) and receive so much flak. He is, if anything, too lenient on the Bible bashers, seeing them as only being too into themselves and being lax in seeing the harm they do. Dino Wenino's Jan. 27 letter nit picks Gary's "Lord" to pretty well say the same thing as Gary.

Being more interested in how…

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Added by Natasha Kenny on June 20, 2010 at 3:19pm — 3 Comments

Today. (Profanity warning..as always)

I'm going to start my own business.

Seriously. It's the only way I can create my own little world, taking pieces of what I like about existence and nixing the rest.

I'm not sure what this business will be, but this is what it won't be:

-Filled with customer service people that are neither competent nor aesthetically pleasing. Everything, I mean EVERYTHING must justify it's paycheck. I fully understand that some people are placed simply as decoration, but you better at… Continue

Added by Misty: Baytheist Living! on September 26, 2009 at 8:30am — 2 Comments

Pioneer in Sustainability, Economic Visionary, Fortune 500 CEO: Ray Anderson

In the world of changing business, when everyone is slapping the word Green on the side of their packages, Ray Anderson, CEO of Fortune 500 Company Interface Carpets, is setting the example for substantive change toward sustainability in business. The self proclaimed recovering plunderer, motivated by his epiphany of wrong doing, turned his high polluting, petroleum-based carpet company into a beacon for the direction of future business.



In a talk given at the 2009 TED Convention,… Continue

Added by LaRae Meadows on May 25, 2009 at 2:01pm — No Comments

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