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What Star Wars Is Really About - Business 2 Community

Before sharing this great insight from Business 2 Community, we must note that some grown-up male just bought two of these 6" Storm Troopers from us...and they were not cheap! Amazon actually set the prices, and we hope that he/his recipients will enjoy them a lot! We want to thank #Addoway, too, as this blog helps the spiders find us on other sites as well.  We love Addoway!

Some of us grew up on Star Wars! My brother-in-law was in the Air Force and those fly-boys could not get enough of the special effects 'missions' -- which were actually much like their simulators...and remember those fancy joy sticks!  One of my sisters had just adopted a llittle boy..she'd read a book that sometimes adoptive children like to change their names to maybe their new Dad or Granddad's names. When she asked Jamie if he wanted to change his name, he could not contain his enthusiasm! "Oh YES! I want to be Obi-Wan Kenobi!!" (Last time the subject was brought up;o)

So seeing this article was fortuitous, and here it is for you:

By Paul Petrone | Business 2 Community

Darth Vader is a great example of why employee engagment matters. Credit: Wikipedia Commons. 

When you boil it down to its most basic components, it becomes obvious what the Star Wars saga is really about: the importance of recruiting.

Think about it. Emperor Palpatine was probably the greatest recruiter of his time. He understood that if he could convince the number one talent in the galaxy to join his side, hundreds of others would follow, and his organization – the Sith – would gain the largest market share in his industry, i.e. rule the Galactic Empire.

And he did. He recruited Anakin Skywalker to the dark side and had such a strong culture that Anakin actually changed his name to the far-cooler Darth Vader to show his allegiance to the organization (talk about employee engagement). With Vader in place, millions of others followed suit, giving him an army of storm troopers patrolling each planet under his control.

Palpatine made recruiting his number-one priority – and it worked. But then he made a mistake CEOs make time and time again: he delegated recruiting, taking his eye off of it for just a second, and it wound up costing him his life. ...more

If you are in the market for a highly prized collectible Star Wars Action Figure, we have several in stock with more on the way: 6" Black Series and my favorite, 12" Towering Action Figures.  My nephew also karate chopped the head off a doll an exchange student had given my sister's family...with one of his action figures.

Have an In a Galaxy Far, Far Away Great Day/Night!

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