We’re back with another reading today! Adapting or dying. This comes at a time where industrial-aged workers are at a loss of what to do next, due to the pandemic. We have to scale back and see what’s working and what’s not working. If you listen to my personal development podcast, this will coincide with it, as well as the interview I did this last March with a real-estate / teacher from San Diego (coming tomorrow). So, make sure you listen to the podcast and answer some of these question down below!
Six sentences have been removed from the article. In the listening, you will hear a “beep,” and this is where you’re going to place the sentences down below. Listen closely because I will only write four paragraphs down below, forcing you to listen to the podcast for the additional four sentences. 😉
a. Its main rival on the other hand, decided to take an alternative approach
b. The brand’s outlook was further darkened by the credit crunch.
c. However, in retrospect, this was too little, too late.
d. This challenging situation was not taken lightly by senior management.
e. In fact, this was likely a convenient tale used to explain the business model.
f. Yet despite this success, the company has had its fair share of failure.
g. It had also successful expanded into several international markets.