4 Then she was afraid, speechless, and remained by him. Our 640 Wal-Marts were earning almost $200 million a year on sales of more than $4.5 billion, we werestill growing like wildfire, and we were underway with Sam's. But I felt like we had to make a change. SoI called in Jack Shewmaker, by now our president and chief operating officer, and asked him if he wouldmind swapping jobs with David Glass, our chief financial officer. Not your everyday request from thechairman in most companies, I guess. I valued the talents of both of these guys enormously, but I had myown reasons for wanting to see how the switch might work out. Jack is so smart and aggressive and sureof himself that sometimes he could be a little rough on folks, and I wanted to see how somebody withDavid's smoother manner would handle the job. 人+成+色综合 As I do look back though, I realize that ours is a story about the kinds of traditional principles that madeAmericagreat in the first place. It is a story about entrepreneurship, and risk, and hard work, andknowing where you want to go and being willing to do what it takes to get there. It's a story aboutbelieving in your idea even when maybe some other folks don't, and about sticking to your guns. But Ithink more than anything it proves there's absolutely no limit to what plain, ordinary working people canaccomplish if they're given the opportunity and the encouragement and the incentive to do their best.