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Tuesday, October 2 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
The Rise and Fall of a Legend: Naugles Fast Food

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The Rise and Fall of a Lost Legend
Dick Naugle loved acronyms. He found ways to make difficult things or situations easy to understand. As his grandson, it is only appropriate to use thee acronyms below to discuss the rise and fall of the Naugles Fast Food Restaurant Chain. During the rise-elevate is the perfect example to represent how he grew the business. A pest(s) of some sort can easily create the fall.
THE RISE
Experience-self, others, job and life
Love-not just like, but love what you do-get's into your blood! Emotion-Passion, Family, Resilient to criticism {Positive emotions) Values-Integrity, Honesty, Openness
Attitude-Will set the stage each and every day, Show common sense. Teach-Must be willing to teach, follow-up and help to develop good habits Example-Lastly, you must be an example to earn the respect of
 others.
THE   FALL
Patience-Grew and expanded too fast. Acquire assets and payoff liabilities. Over-coming hardship and becoming highly profitable {Profit)
Ego-Others had the ability to enter because of this character flaw . (Opposite of the Emotion above-negative) Self-Pride, Motivation (Success)-people want to be around
Trust-The infamous 'trust me' close!
As you can see by the acronyms above, it takes much more to build a business than it does to lose a business .
PRESENTER- Bill Naugle- Dick Naugle's Grandson

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Bill Naugle

Author/Entrepreneur/Sales Professional, Naugles
Starting work at an early age and from the start exposed to an icon of the fast food industry in Southern California, Bill Naugle began his life washing dishes, sweeping floors, and picking up trash in parking lots. Having worked his way through various levels of management, he migrated... Read More →


Tuesday October 2, 2018 4:30pm - 5:30pm
The Box theater 3635 Market Street, Riverside, CA 92501, USA

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