Every year Fishbowl gives back to the community by donating its time and resources to people who need help. This year we invite you to join us in our efforts to help 3-4-year-olds at Mountainland Head Start schools by donating clothing and other items for these young children.
You can bring donations to the Fishbowl offices any time through August 5, 2011. We’re located at 580 E Technology Ave. Building C Suite 2500 in Orem, Utah. Our building has a big Fishbowl logo on it.
It’s rare to see a miracle take place; it’s even rarer to be part of one. Fishbowl is a miracle. Several incredible coincidences happened in the past six months to allow Fishbowl to plant itself on the soundest financial ground it has ever been on.(more…)
The United States of America has been a superpower for the better part of a century partly because of its spotless credit rating. Since its inception, America has always paid its bills on time, but for several generations the federal government has gone into more and more debt to pay its obligations. But we’re in danger of defaulting on some of our bills because we can’t seem to reach an agreement on borrowing more and/or spending less.(more…)
Life is really good for me now. The comforts of having a successful business are particularly enjoyable, especially since I took the advice of my older self who came back in time and visited me several years ago. As he suggested, I bought Fishbowl Inventory and I asked the brunette on the 2nd floor out. Which was the better move? Hard to say, but in hindsight both bring big smiles to my face.(more…)
“Could I please put you on hold?” Sometimes that seemingly innocuous question sounds more like “Could you put your life on hold for me?” Of course I don’t want to do that! What I do want is to have my question answered, my problem solved and my voice heard right now.(more…)
What’s wrong with this picture? An employee is excited to go to work each day, he’s enthusiastic about his job, he loves the people he works with, and he’s having a lot of fun. But one day he suddenly leaves.(more…)
If warehouse management had an official song, it would be “Don’t Worry, Be Happy.” If it had an official catchphrase, it would be either Bruce Banner’s “You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry,” or Superman’s “Up, up and away!”
How does warehouse management help business leaders be happier, ease their frustration and bring their business to the next level? I’ll be happy to tell you, using the above song and catchphrases.(more…)