How brand licensees can impact your value Sharks and Starbucks: How brand licensees can impact your value Monday, July 2, - 1: For those in the world of Corporate Social Responsibility CSR and Environmental and Social Governance reporting ESGan interesting dynamic is at play in Hong Kong, with a large multinational brand being drawn into the domestic "dirty" laundry of its licensee. The question is whether that local partner, and flagbearer of that brand, is able to find solutions which will not pull the value of the international brand down with its own domestic reputation.
I swiped it when he wasn't looking and am glad I did. Benchley wrote 'Jaws' almost on a lark; he literally cranked the book out to make a paycheck to support his young family.
We all know what happened next. While he admits to not being a shark expert despite his yea So the library made a cute little 'Shark Week! While he admits to not being a shark expert despite his years working with such experts he shares his experiences and information from said experts to help us understand these magnificent creatures.
This book was Benchley's 'mea culpa' for writing Jaws and inadvertently starting a cultural fear frenzy over sharks. His approach was thorough and thoughtful. He profiles the six sharks most 'dangerous' to man amongst others.
Beware of sharks essay favorite part of the book included his personal accounts of diving with sharks for various adventure shows and his barely averted attack from an Oceanic Whitetip I'd never even heard of them before this book and a great white.
It involved a humble sawed off broomstick he dove with without fail. I learned a lot from this book. I also realized that I did some absolutely stupid things while living on an island swimming at dusk? Many sharks show no interest in humans like the thousands of scalloped Hammerheads the author swam with who periodically gather at the Sea of Cortez and most attacks on people are merely 'test bites'; sharks deciding if the person is an adequate food source.
If the 'source' is not enough calories to sustain them, wellthey move on. Sharks are built for efficiency, nature's perfect machines: Seals, their preferred food source yield a hight caloric return. Humans are much too bony for their tastes. Unfortunately a test bite can often kill someone if they don't get medical aid in time.
Helpful on how to 'drown proof' yourself when swimming for extended periods in open water, how to avoid fighting a rip ride and drowning in short, never fight the ocean, let it carry you as far as it wants then swim parallel to the shore in the meantime and how to spot tell tale signs that a shark is nearby - all are invaluable things to know.
A chapter of the book was devoted to deadly creatures such as stonefish the most poisonous in the oceanmoray eels, jellyfish and other critters to beware of when swimming or diving. The giant squid is the one elusive creature that we still know very little about.
An interesting section of the book featured a short story Benchley wrote earlier in his career detailing how one event a commercial fishing boat catching all of the sharks near a small fishing town to use the fins, an expensive delicacy in many parts of the world threatening some sharks with extinction had a grave domino effect and effectively shut down the entire town.
The short story was powerful: Without them the eco system is imbalanced and the consequences are dire. You'll have a great deal of appreciation and even more awe of these perfectly designed creatures.
People who opt for snorkeling over diving thinking it's somehow safer well, that's a myth.
Attacks can even happen in knee deep water like the 2 sharks we saw while wading, no idea what kind just the dorsal fins swimming up to check us out, and yes we ran back to the land as well.
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Upon the troubled waters of the Law—beware of Sharks; And such my dread of legal Quills, I readily confess That Quills of “fretful porcupine” would terrify me less.