“If you come into the pool, everybody has to be wearing a swimsuit”—John Stumpf, Chief Executive Officer of Wells Fargo & Co. backing moves on Tuesday by regulators to tighten supervision over the world’s largest financial services industry to avoid systemic risk
I am getting ready for work and keep hearing a news teaser for this story about a pregnant woman that was walking in the woods, came across a bear, was chased by the bear, ran into the road, was hit by a car and — the topper — the driver didn’t even stop after after hitting her.
The bear was later put down and now the poor woman is getting flooded with calls telling her it is her fault that he bear was put down and that she shouldn’t have run.
Active and dynamic. Decisive and haste but tends to regret. Attractive and affectionate to oneself. Strong mentality. Loves attention. Diplomatic. Consoling, friendly and solves people’s problems. Brave and fearless. Adventurous. Loving and caring. Suave and generous. Emotional.
Aggressive. Hasty. Good memory. Moving Motivates oneself and others. Sickness usually of the head and chest. Sexy in a way that only their lover can see.
"Ted Mazetier said he stopped Wednesday night to help two men with a disabled car when one punched him in the face and demanded his keys. Mazetier said he kicked the man in the groin and the other in the belly. The two men fled as a passer-by stopped to help."
After probably the best birthday weekend ever I am moving today.
I feel so bad for my movers. It’s bad enough that my new place is five flights up but it is going to be 86 degrees in San Francisco today and the entire block in front of my house is being torn up for a sewer replacement project.
Not fun times.
Silver lining: dinner at the Slanted Door with my brother-in-law tonight.
I work in Financial Services marketing for a very large bank and a very common term in banking is “in foot print.” It essentially means anywhere your bank has a physical presence like a branch.
With online marketing and people moving from one region to another you can have customers that are “out of footprint” (i.e., they live where you don’t have branches so you don’t market things that are branch related to them).
We had a marketing all-staff meeting today for my product line and a woman asked what percentage of our branches were out of footprint.