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Hi I'm Carrie and today I'm going to show until a little crafty projects that I did for my coworkers I work at Starbucks and this past week was partner appreciation week my manager asked each one of the ship leads to do something to extend something to each one of the partners that we work with and he said don't feel obligated to spend any money and just kind of get creative and just do something just to say thank you you know just little tokens to say thank you and I appreciate you what I did was make little construction paper cards for every person that has to do some tau with their personality who they are what I like about them something just simple to say thank you for just kind of being you thank you for the work that you do alongside him and I'm proud to work with you so I'm going to show you what I did for this guy named Matt we both like the Dodgers so I mean him a little baseball he really likes baseball I wrote Matt thank you for never being la zy lazy like Los Angeles Dodgers this one's one of my favorite ones this is a tiny little starbucks cup and a row Alex working with you is dope EO a doppio is two shots of espresso just straight up this one is just a cute little pink one very sweet because the girl racing your sassy and sweet and I love it the next one I have is for a co-worker named April it says april your kindness and warmth threaten every shift this one is a pair of pink lips because the girl that this one's for Jocelyn she always has these amazingly bright pink lips I wrote Jocelyn I always appreciate your bright attitude and lipstick next we have Chris heat i both have disneyland pass and we both like to talk about disneyland and share experiences and stories and one time we were like oh my god we both feel the same right we both love thunder mountain so it was just like just really cool connection Chris you magically make each shift the happiest shift on earth next I made this one for that's my cork name Jay it says Jay you make every ship right he's a DJ and his name is Brian bright a lot of the times J just makes me happy anytime work together this one is for um Nadia a fellow shift lead and I said Nadia you really put your heart into it and I think it's really cool and she does this girl is like all about the box so it's really cool refreshing and inspiring to work with someone who's like that this little guy is for mark mark coolest cat I work with this one is Mike working with you is a pizza leisure pleasure hopefully you can tell what this one.

FAQ

How do I fill out a Starbucks job application?
Go online to Starbucks ‡ The Best Coffee and Espresso Drinks and click on the careers tab on the bottom. You will be directed to create an account. From there you can fill out the application, and even select where you want to work. The store that is hiring will call you or email so stay tuned. If after a month you hear nothing you can send out your application again.
As a first time partner, how do I make the most out of working at Starbucks?
I loved working as a barista, I wouldn’t quit if I didn’t need to.The partners (co-workers) are really nice, store managers are really helpful when you have questions about working for Starbucks. You won’t have problems with the drinks, because they are really easy to do. (At least for me). You get free drinks, free food, great experience, good work place to add on your resumé.I would consider asking questions if you’re unsure with the order, or the standard recipe for the drink to avoid errors.Based on my experience, I worked in Burlingame Ave, Burlingame CA in San Francisco Bay Area where it gets SOOOO BUSY. And teamwork will be the only way to get the job done, so connect with your partner. “Team work makes the dream work”.A tip that can help you to memorize the drink recipe is where you read the drink contents in the POS’s or your Till when there’s no customer around. Memorize the right slot for the drink. For example, BREWED, ESPRESSO, BLENDED, TEA, OTHER. So it wouldn’t be so hard to locate the drink, and will save a lot of time for customers to wait during the rush hours.Benefits. I’m sure the Store Manager discussed it with you upon your hired date.They offer stocks, insurance etc‡ I would invest on the stocks they offer, it will help you earn money overtime while working with the company.The insurance. It will be available after certain hours of worked you’ve put it, and I would grab the opportunity signing up for it. They give out insurance pretty cheap, if not some are either free or expensive.In summary, I loved working at Starbucks. It’s the best place I’ve ever worked with in my whole life. I wouldn’t resign if I didn’t have something better in my career that I have to do. I would definitely work again with Starbucks when I will have the time. You should enjoy it as well!
Is it going too far to ask a potential girlfriend to fill out a potential partner evaluation form?
You have, of course, offered her your version of the same form (or equivalent), filled out with all your answers, right?I just applied for a job I may decide I don’t want because their application process is so 1999. Allow that your prospective partners will be evaluating your date selection process while they fill out the form. It is possible that some women will relish a more straightforward, apparently data-driven approach and find it more comfortable to write answers than to talk.This might actually be the best way to weed out incompatible partners, for you.You will have to accept that this WILL weed out incompatible partners, of course. As long as you can live with that fall out, I’m all for reducing the field of candidates to manageable numbers as fast as possible.You might want to have the form reviewed by someone you trust who can help you evaluate how you have worded the various questions and make sure that the data you are seeking is actually relevant to your criteria.(And you do have criteria, of course.)
Why do some tech companies continue to use archaic job portals that take for ever to fill out?
Natalie provides one possible answer here.But it might also be intentional. Depending on the company and their hiring philosophy, they might believe that the first test of quality is a test of interest—and it’s the one that you’re choosing not to perform. Some recruiters (and hiring managers) believe that applicants should demonstrate interest, dedication, effort, and time—and that only interested, invested candidates should be considered for their openings. Those are the best (or perhaps the cheapest, or easiest to recruit, anyway…).There’s some logic to that, I suppose—but it kind of takes the “recruit” out of “Recruiters.”Another reason is that companies (and recruiters) love, love, love information. Knowing where you live, how much you earn, how much you’ve earned, where you’ve worked—not to mention the additional questions that the US government requires us to ask you (which are separate from your application, mind you)—all of these pryour recruiter with some selection criteria, and fodder for their decision. Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) often don’t seem to spend much time thinking about candidates and the experience you have to suffer through when applying.Companies also (many times) believe that they have the power in this transaction—and that you’re desperate for a job, so they can make you jump through hoops. It’s sad—but it’s a very prevalent sentiment that they’re doing you a favor (though they’d probably never admit it that directly).You’re right, though—people who are highly skilled, busy, and selective may not take the time to fill out these lengthy applications, and the companies ARE losing out on those candidates. If everyone followed your lead, they’ll eventually figure it out, and come around….
How much money have you made from the Quora Partner Program?
A2AThat’s kind of a personal question. I’m curious why you asked me specifically.I haven’t worked it a full month yet. More like 3 weeks. I’ve earned $145. I just think of questions while I’m watching TV.How much do you make a month with Quora?UPDATE 10/23/2018My first month payout was $300.00+From reading the replies here, I guess I did ok. I’m set to do about the same for my second month. That said, I spend WAY too much time creating questions and clicking answer requests.I had one question earn over $100 my first month. It was a big incentive. I also had several daily earns of $20 or more. That was enough of a motivation to continue and put time into it. The second month’s daily earns are much smaller. Lowest is about $6 and highest was $25. No big hit questions.I can not make hide nor hair of the algorithm. I only know my best earning questions are those where either external OR internal has 99% (or close to it) of the traffic. If the % of traffic splits something like 60/40, the question earns less. I’m unsure how to manipulate where traffic comes from. But if the question is all external, I leave it alone, no more A2As, and let it earn.Here are some things I’ve tried:I found I could easily come up with 20 random questions in an hour. But since my month 2 hasn’t been that great, I have tried asking A LOT of questions. I read you could ask 60 a day. So I tried that. Still good questions. But it doesn’t matter, because you still get a finite number of ASKS per day. (I’ve since been told there is no limit to the number of questions per day you can ask, just the number of people or A2As)I have tried re-ASKING on questions that earn or seem still relevant. That adds pennies day by day.I have tried focusing on ‘nurturing‡ questions especially that have close to 1000 views or above, because that shows initial potential to writers. So I was thinking if it had more answers to balance out, maybe the traffic quotient would take care of itself. Very time consuming once you have over 2k questions. And it did not seem to make a huge difference. But it is a method I will continue for lack of a better one. I am splitting my A2As between questions now, asking 20 on one, 15 on another, maybe even 10 on some. Just to cover more of my questions. Since it takes hours to both create new questions, decide on A2As, I’m thinking about stopping the new questions and just trying to get existing questions more views. *shrugs*I have tried looking at WHO I’m asking to answer, selecting those with the most followers. Quora no longer displays # of followers on category lists. It didn’t work that well anyway. I rationalized that someone with 25k followers would be less likely to answer my question because they are loaded down with A2As probably. But on the off chance that one did answer, their followers might read/visit my question page. So after that wasn’t really effective, I tried asking people with 20, 40, 100 followers thinking they’d have more time to answer and also might be wanting to write and build a following. Didn’t make much difference. The same people are likely to answer my questions and I’m starting to recognize names and personalities now.I still try not to ask the same people a lot of questions because those I ask tend to be on the same or similar topic within a category that would easily show me the same list of names from question to question.Now I’m feeling a little frustrated because daily earning $10–11 without at least one viral question isn’t fun! And I am now earning a few pennies on questions that have ZERO ad impressions shown. Someone please clear up that mystery for me? It makes me mistrust the system just a little.Another thing, about merged questions. I don’t get many of those anymore thankfully. But the Quora bot seems to merge questions that are often unrelated but contain the same keyword. For example: ‘app’. If one question asks what an app can do, and another asks what app you use for a specific purpose, it’s not a merge, IMO because the answers would be different.It doesn’t help me that Quora updates earnings after 4 am. I am unable to go to bed until I know if my efforts were on the right path. I despise an unknown. But that is all I have, still. Unknown variables, a lot of time put in guessing, and a bit of disappointment that daily earnings aren’t worth the effort.Finally, I came across a ‘partner‡ who asks questions like this:What is 8+8+8+8x8+8+8+8+8+8x8+8?Dozens and dozens of questions on his profile like that one. And ironically many of them answered 50 times!! THAT guy might be onto something.Cheers all and let’s make some money!
How will it turn out if we look for qualities that fill gaps in ourselves while choosing a partner?
I think this would largely depend on your own mindset.For example, somebody with a victim mindset who is unwilling to work on themselves and only complain, I would reckon it’s more likely that over time they could become jealous of their partner and even resentful when they see the traits they wish they saw in themselves.It could also lead to choosing a partner based on superficial traits that are desired rather than on a solid and deeply genuine connection.Or maybe it could even lead to an overwhelming infatuation with their partner masquerading as love.On the other hand, if a person has a growth mindset where they genuinely want to try and solve their problems rather than complain about them, then partners with differing traits could really help to round each other out. Though, I’ve known this to happen with couples who are extremely similar as well.I’ve seen couples where one is borderline neurotic and the other is horizontal they’re so laid back. And as I’ve known them, I’ve watched them both slowly mellow each other out until they’re both (mostly) balanced in their tempers. She taught him to become more responsible and express himself more often, he taught her to lay back and feel less guilt over taking days off from work.But then, I’ve seen couples where it is like they’re looking in personality mirrors. And they also taught each other to mellow out. She would see him fly off the handle and realise that that’s what she looked like when she got angry. He would see her become immediately defensive in arguments and realised he could learn to be more apologetic.Rather than seeking somebody with specific traits, I think the most important thing is that the person makes you feel comfortable, safe, at ease in your own skin, you have chemistry, you can rely on each other when things get tough, there’s no scoreboard, you’re both willing to put in the hard work a relationship deserves, and you enjoy spending time together (mostly, because of course there will be days where you want to - figuratively - ring each other’s necks).That said, I do believe that having a few non-negotiables is important, but I consider them more serious matters. For instance, nobody will look the same forever (except maybe a celeb with their face stapled to the back of their head), so I don’t consider beauty a non-negotiable.Sure, you want to be attracted to them, but a perfect 10 is only that to a handful of people and only for a good 5–10 years before that handful gets bored and looks for a younger and fresher model. In my opinion, but I know that others may not agree, when you fall truly in love, they’re always a perfect 10 to you, even on the days where you want to slam your own face into a wall with their (and your) antics.Kids, however. That’s a non-negotiable. If you don’t agree from the beginning, it can turn out a very ugly affair as you both expect each other to change your minds but neither of you do. It’s heartbreaking when this happens to couples who had never discussed it before or assumed the other would change.Money is probably a non-negotiable for many people too. I don’t mean as in “they must be rich”. I mean it in a sense that your values align (e.g. you both see the importance of saving and investing, but you also both like to enjoy some of your money going away in the summer). It can be an extremely friction-inducing topic between couples who don’t openly discuss their attitudes toward it.To sum up, because I went on a slight tangent there, I believe that seeking a partner that fills the gaps in yourself is very dependent on the people involved and the stages of life they’re in.It could help to round a couple out, but it could also create a sense of insecurity in one or both partners as they cover up their perceived flaws with another person. It could help you to see what you lack or could work on, but it could also become tainted with jealousy and spite. It could turn out to be the best partnership of your life, but it could turn out the worst.In my opinion, there are more important things to look for in a partner than just somebody who fills your blanks. Be comfortable with your blanks, but still open to learning how to work on them.