Path to prosperity?
Layoffs continue across the United States and many people suddenly out-of-work are wondering how they will provide for themselves and their families.
Author Paul Facella believes an entry-level position in a low-paying job, such as working at a McDonald's, can actually lead people back to a life of financial solvency.
That's the premise of Facella's book, Everything I Know About Business I Learned at McDonald's. Facella will join me on Monday December 15 to discuss his concept of individual bottom up economics on News Talk Online on Paltalk.com.
Facella's book is, in large measure, based on his own experiences. He first walked into a Mickey D's as an employee, working behind the counter, when he was 16-years-old. He says in his book that McDonald's has produced more millionaires from within its ranks than any company in history.
Facella's 34-year career saw him promoted to counterman to grill cook to regional vice president. The book explores, with interviews from entry-level employees to founder Ray Kroc how a fast food restaurant's corporate culture encourages workers to succeed in business.
He parlayed the lessons learned at McDonald's to now operate a successful New York consulting firm.
He believes the concepts he learned at McDonald's can be applied to any business enterprise.
To talk to Facella on at 5 PM December 15 CLICK HERE. There is no charge.
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