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Well hey guys what's up it's a case here thank you so much for checking out my youtube channel today I want to talk about Aldi and the company I currently work for and where as the company going and if there's a job for you that you should be able to get involved in the first thing I want to talk about all the end I want to say I'm very blessed to work for this company and it's a great company to get into but it's not for everybody and I'm gonna say we're off the bat if you're not physically fit if you're not willing to work fast and stuff like that this job is not for you and I want to remind you the reason why whenever you go for a group interview my how to start with a group interview but if he gets elected for ice I interview with district manager then the store manager then you know you got the job if you feel fit for this company you might have to go through process about two to three interviews depending on the manager at the time what the person you get interviewed by but you must have start with a group interviewed then you do a district manager interviewed then you do a store manager interview that's happening happening personally but it might happen differently for you the benefits are great that's another great benefit and the benefits are great and the fitness is a fast-paced environment now when you go for your interview they never told me like hey what would your weaknesses or what the questions are and you know the thing is about work of rowdy is getting to know the company how the company operates and how where the company was founded if the more you know about the company before you start applying there then and you go apply and you tell them hey I did some research out this company I think it's a great company were for I hadn't heard it started in Germany it's gonna be better for you because you know more about a company and that shows you're very interested in the company any company or for and stuff like that so the things you've got to keep in mind as a store associate these are one starts at four stars it's like desired to work hard you know strong work at the habit strong work at the meet challenging goals look for opportunities growth that's the fourth star by the way that is striving for success you models that in all the imaging you know you present yourself professionally and have a positive outlook and that's to honest into situations I had those all the time guys unexpected situations promotes a can-do environment understands what needs to be done prioritizes the tasses and to space today plans and coordinates that is plans and part eise's focuses on the customer and.

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What is the greatest example of someone "living in a bubble" that you have ever seen?
I am embarrassed to say my own son. I grew up poor - public assistance poor. My husband grew up “comfortable”, our children have been raised somewhere between these two extremes, or so I thought.Sophomore year of high school my middle child, a son, was invited on a ski trip over a long weekend in February. His friend’s dad took three boys to their house in Colorado. When the invitation came I told my son that I would pay for his airfare and he would be responsible for his lift ticket. He is my child who saves all his money, works extra jobs when he can find them, and doesn’t have an extremely active social life. He was happy with the offer and capable of affording the lift ticket. Turns out the dad had booked private air travel for the trip, so I changed the deal with my son and paid half of his lift ticket and he was responsible for the other half, plus spending money. Not a bad life, huh? getting invited to fly on a private plane and ski in Colorado for a 4-day weekend.Two years later my son asked if we could reciprocate. My in-laws have a ski house as well, also in Colorado, although at a different resort than our friend. We invited 3 boys. I could not afford a private jet, so each boys• family had to book airfare and pay for lift ticket. We provided them a place to stay, and I went grocery shopping and stocked up the house for the week, and did the majority of the cooking. They are good boys and helped out with cleaning up, and if I needed any chopping or stirring, etc.All well and good - this is the bubble in which my kids have grown up. We live in a small house on the ‘poorer• side of a very nice town. In making plans with friends they never think, “can everybody afford to go to X,” they just make plans and everybody pays their way. Whether it is a day at a theme park, a dinner to celebrate somebody’s birthday, or a party bus for prom - the assumption is that there is no onerous burden for any of their classmates.Freshman year of college my son calls me to ask if he can use my in-law’s house again, this time to invite some of his new friends to ski. I paused. Back in college I was the kid who couldn’t go on spring break. I was the scholarship kid who worked 20+ hours a week in addition to a full course schedule. Over spring break I stayed on campus and worked extra shifts. I was often invited to things, but had to say no thank you as there was simply no room in my budget. So I asked my son, “are you sure your friends can afford to go to Colorado?” He responded that we were providing a free place to stay. I pointed out his friends would have to pay for airfare (much more expensive from where he was in school to Colorado than from Chicago to Colorado), and lift tickets, and food, which unless they are eating cereal and pizza for every meal is incredibly expensive at the resort. I looked into some options and showed him how he and 3 friends could go skiing in the northeast and transportation, lodging, lift tickets and food all together would be the price of a six-day lift ticket in Colorado and suggested he look into that option.
How does someone lose 100 lbs if they can't exercise or eat healthy foods? My mom only buys fast food or junk food and there isn’t enough space in our apartment to exercise.
Do you go to school?Work out or exercise at school. Tell your mom you are editing the school blog on Fitness for the Unfit or something.Are you allowed to be in the bathroom with the door closed?  Run in place or do Jumping Jacks.What do you do for lunch? Do you buy it at school or pack your own lunch? Can you cozy up to the lunch room lady to save you the leftover carrot and celery sticks.She makes protein? Eat the protein. Scrape off the breading from the KFC chicken. Eat the spaghetti sauce without the noodles. A bag of frozen peas costs $1.29 at the big groceries near me and $.89 at Aldi's. That and an apple can be hidden in your drawer and eaten secretly if need be.Tea with artificial sweetener  obtained from the school cafeteria or fast food places can be substituted for  soft drinks. I like the herb teas and add Stevia, but  the pink, blue or yellow packets will also suffice.Is there a school nurse? Enlist her aid in this. It may be that your mom doesn't have the money to buy healthier stuff and might need to know where she can access stuff  and still save her pride(not everyone wants to admit they need a food pantry).Can you walk home from school in whole or  even part way? That's good exercise.Get a job at a restaurant and eat the salads.You are here, so you are online. Check out MyFitnessPal.com. It is free. It helps you track calories so you know what your input is. There are  community conversations there where you can get much more help than I can give you
What is the best state in Australia in terms of employment availability and living?
NSW is the largest state by population and growing. Sydney has pretty much everything big cities have to offer. However it is expensive mostly because of property developers making excessive profits and the resultant flow on effects (multiplier in economic terms) to the rest of the economy. For example, Aldi (supermarket chain) has to charge 23% more for bottled water in a Westfield mall than the Aldi down the road because of rent and Westfield profit requiments.Personally I prefer Victoria as a state, and Melbourne in particular, because of the culture, the way of life, the food, and the wonderful diversity of cultures. But the climate is very variable. Four seasons in one day they say! Similar job market to NSW, but it does depend on the niche you are working in.Queensland, mostly the south east, has a near perfect climate so everyone wants to go there. Florida as of the Southern Hemisphere! Jobs are competitive as a result.Essentially the Antipodes (Australia and New Zealand) has everything you could want.
What is the best thing you have ever spent $2 on?
When my husband and I moved to Wisconsin, our oldest son was 4 and his brother was 1. We started out living in Racine, but moved to a trailer park in Pleasant Prarie a year later. It was great location for the kids, 100 acres a prairie as our backyard, Lake Michigan less than half a mile away. But we were extremely poor. My husband worked very hard at two jobs, but we made the decision that I would stay home with the boys.We budgeted every penny! And there was a year where we only had $20 a week to spend on groceries for a family of four. We always had apples to eat and we planned our proteins carefully. Every other week I saved out $2 for treats. Each child got $1 and they could buy whatever they wanted for that dollar. By this time they were 11 and 8. We shopped at Aldi, which had built a store near our home.Oh, the calculation that went on! They read the ingredients, learned to comparison check, and read the price per ounce. They found out fruit snacks are not a good buy, and carrots were sweet and a pound of them with ranch dressing made a great snack. They did not have to share, but they learned to be cooperative to have twice the variety! And we never criticized their choice. Natural consequences (i.e., no snacks left and days before payday) took care of thoughtless choices.I did not want them to do without, but I'm glad they learned the life lessons. They both have assured me they enjoyed learning to shop this way.
Could Germany have won the Battle of Britain?
Most of the history of the Battle of Britain seems to be tainted with myths based on for example Churchill’s memoirs. A cold hard look at the numbers eg operational fighter strength, kill ratios etc show a complete reverse of the myth. Britain had the first well designed air defence system - one that is still the basis of modern air defences - with strong reserves of aircraft and men. Germans had technically better radar and better fighter tactics - eg finger 4 vs the British vic. Looking at actual numbers inc reserves the Germans were evenly matched. When allowing for force multipliers - used by Keith Park exceptionally well - the Germans had very little chance of winning not least because they had muddled objectives and they thought they had the attacking advantage but instead the RAF did. Analysis of the air defences show no real degradation of RAF firepower from German raids - indeed it got stronger in July and August - and the Luftwaffe got a lot weaker with decreasing morale (eg large increase in sickness of pilots getting out of combat) ! The Germans should have used 110s as fighter bombers with 109s as cover with commando raids to destroy the radar chain and attack communications and power systems - and keep on doing it (the 111 and Stukas should have been kept out of the Battle). But they had no idea how the system worked. Even so the RAF would have with drawn to 12 group and the invasion was impossible. The Germans tried bluffing and got seriously defeated killing lots of very experienced pilots needed in 1941. That had a very serious effect and showed the world especially the USA that the Nazis could be beat.The Germans faced their “most dangerous enemy” (read this book it’s an eye opener). The Battle saved western civilisation (from Nazism or Communism) and seriously damaged the Luftwaffe that was actually weak because it was built for a short war as the German economy was weak and over stretched. The Germans had few reserves and but less fighters per month than the British throughout the war (stress just vs Britain).All the men and women who took part were brave but I think it is no exageration that Keith Park could be the only man in history who could have destroyed western liberal democracy in an hour (if he made a big mistake in his timings - he didn’t as he was one of the smartest military leaders of all time). Churchill needed a win to secure his stay in power, show the USA that the Nazis could be beat and keep the war going. He needed the hero myth - Knights of the round table rise to save England! The Americans he knew loved the underdog hero that wins.
What were the reasons you decided to leave Japan or stay back here for lifetime?
Thanks for the A2A.I only planned to stay in Japan for a couple of years. But I met someone, and we fell in love, and two years after I arrived in Japan, we married.Even then, we had a plan to move to the US, eventually. But after awhile I got better and better work here, and every year here was a year that essentially counted for zilch back home. Work experience in the education sector in Japan wouldn’t really help me much in the US—in fact, it was worth less than nothing, as it just made me older.At the same time, parents here and back in America were getting older, and I had to ask myself, how could I take my wife away from her parents and her children, my stepchildren? I’d already left my family in the US. Sure, they hoped I’d come back, but the pain of me staying here was less than the pain of her leaving here.When our oldest daughter became engaged and got pregnant and I knew I would be a grandfather, I knew I was staying. My wife and I went up to a shrine near our home that is at the top of a small mountain, and looked down on the city, and I held her, and told her not to worry—we would stay. This is my city, Fukuoka. This is my family, here. And though I’m not a citizen—yet—this is my country as much as America is.I’ve now lived in Fukuoka longer than I’ve lived in any other city. Pretty soon, I will have spent half my life in Japan. I have a comfortable career here, a family, seven(!) grandchildren, and many other things I wouldn’t have in the US. I even now know where my ashes will be interred. My father-in-law recently bought a new family tomb in Shimonoseki, as the one in Nagasaki was becoming too full, and he asked me if I would like to be interred in there when the time comes. Touched and honored, of course I said yes.So yeah, I’m here for good.
What's it like to live and work in Melbourne?
As someone who wasn't born and brought up here, the daily schedule is pretty different from what it was in India.How does, say, a Wednesday in a working week go -7:10 am - Alarm at to wake me up7:38 am - Leave for work.7:53 am - That train to the city is always my target. Reason being it is the last of the morning that departs from my suburb station (the rest come in from further out) and I get my favorite seat - Window 2 seater, preferably in the direction train's moving.8:45 am - Walk in from CBD stations and enter work.12:00 pm - Most days a game of Table Tennis.12:30 pm - 1:30 pm - Lunch on my desk and Quora !5:30 pm - Walk back to the station, train and walk back home (I don't drive on weekdays)6:40 pm - Home !Rest of the day - Foxtel/Netflix, Dinner, Calls home, Dishes, Lunch arrangement for the next working day, reading books, relaxing.11:30 pm - Bed.Weekends I stay up late (on Fridays and Saturdays), wake up late - there are visits to the nearby mall, outside food, occasionally trips to the park or some place to visit (love being to the zoo multiple times a year, or the library or beaches)So, what's it like living here - relaxing. Less hectic than what I was used to. More time for myself and family. More time to devote to my personal care. More time to do things when I'm back home from work.Based on my couple years working experience in Melbourne, work experiences - less hectic. Less demanding. A concern for work-life balance and in general more respectful. Way more respectful.There's no place with just pros and no cons. The things I miss include street food, shops open till late back home, more people around you in the sense of relatives and family friends. And the way we celebrate our festivals.But it's what it is and to be honest, one can prioritize what they look for in life and choose where to live accordingly.
What advice would you give to someone who is moving to Perth, Australia?
Having arrived in Perth in 2022 and has been living here ever since, here are a few things to be aware of:The Jobs Situation: All over the world, jobs are getting more scarce, and this is true in Australia, but more so in Western Australia. The mining boom ended in 2022 (accelerated in 2022. since even friends of mine who graduated beforehand were struggling to keep their jobs by the time of the GFC). If you are looking for an engineering job, there are some available here, but you may be better off looking towards the east coast. Even Darwin and Adelaide gives more opportunities. But if you got a job here and are content to live in Perth, cherish it like it is your only child! I believe salaries are still pretty high compared to the average Australian city because people are still having that mining boom mentality.The Cost of Living: Overall the cost of living is high here, in terms of housing and even food. Although housing isn’t as high compared to Sydney or Melbourne, it can be a challenge to buy a house here, unless you are content living about 45–60 minutes away from the CBD. We also have some of the most expensive electricity costs in the world, so be prepared for that. The big reason for this is because of the mining boom which raised salaries to generous levels, but this appears to be shrinking now. Expect living costs for a couple (e.g. husband and wife) to be about a minimum of about AUS $2,400 (estimating the cost for rent is about $350) per month.The Landscape: People have described Perth to be more of a big country town rather than a city. The CBD area is pretty nice and cosmopolitan, but very miniscule and takes up less than 10% of the greater Perth metropolitan area. It might have a population about one fifth that of Sydney, but the land area is only slightly less than that of Sydney’s. You can enjoy Perth if you are an outsdoorsy person and love to go hiking, camping or going to the beach. Oh the beaches here are pretty sweet!The Climate: Related to the landscape, Perth is a bit humid and warm. If you are uncomfortable with 44 degree Celcius (about 110 degrees Farenheit) summer days, this might not be the place for you. But I am speaking about the apex of summer here. Winters can be cold, but its comparable to a place like Sydney or San Francisco. The climate overall is supposed to be very close to Southern California, actually. So if you love living like it is Los Angeles, but with 10% of the traffic congestion and cleaner air, you just might love it here!The Desolation of Perth: Places like Sydney or Melbourne are not so fare from other cities which cannot be said for a place like Perth, one of the most isolated cities in the world. It’s apparently the second most isolated, the first being Honolulu, Hawaii. This might be a turn off for some people, but others might welcome this aspect. But there is one aspect of Perth that won’t be so welcoming…Coffee: Be prepared for inferior coffee that is more expensive than average. And also try not to be too surprised to find out that there is no Starbucks in Perth. You can find them in countries like Indonesia and even Pakistan for Pete’s sake, but somehow Perth is less lucrative to open up a shop!So, that is all I have to say about moving to Perth. If there is any other point I have missed or you think I am incorrect about, please give a polite comment below.
What needs to happen for New England’s Stop and Shop strike to come to an end?
Stop & Shop needs to treat their employees more fairly.If they had done that in the first place? There wouldn’t even be a union . They have a long history of treating their employees unfairly, and worse?They often buy up ing the leases on empty supermarket sized shops nearby their grocery stores , and paying enormous monthly fees to prevent keep them empty!!! Just so other grocery stores cannot move into the community!And yet they say? That they can’t afford to offer healthcare, or to give hard-working employees a raise .But? They have the highest item prices of any grocery store near me, (sometimes more than 35% ) and the least amount of human employees and the most amount of self checkout lanes…. And now they have these enormous, EXPENSIVE & annoying stupid robots zooming around the stores …. Replacing more employees.I won’t give them any of my money. I go to Aldi & Shoprite.Because??!? They hire humans• teenagers and the elderly, AND…their prices are 1/3 lower than the same grocery shop list at Stop & Shop. And they ring my groceries out for me…and answer my questions, order things FOR me, and in person ….while providing fresh food • all at a good price .Hopefully? When this ends badly for Stop N Shop? All their hard work and good employees will find jobs at the hopefully expanded ShopRite and Aldi chains.
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