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Spirit & culture.
More 'Oregon hippy commune' than Wall Street.
'Money, fun, and a sense of honor…' I consider profit to be a natural consequence of doing good things well.
For me, the result isn't the only consideration… 'how we get there' is important.
Yes, of course money matters, but it's not the whole story.
I've a simple and open approach, based firmly on a belief that…
'There are two distinct types of commercial enterprise… those which elicit a smile and those which don't. Which would you rather be?'
Business doesn't have to be as impersonal, dull, inauthentic and unethical as it often is.
Great enterprise is built upon integrity, intelligence and energy.
And of course, you have to have fun doing what you're doing… in a relatively natural and satisfying way that respects others and doesn't require working crushing hours just to add zeros to a bank balance.
I don't 'sell' or do chest-besting show-of-strength stuff… for me business isn't a process of persuasion, but reaching those with whom there's natural affinity.
So, with that in mind…
Emphatically rejecting unspirited and ethically-compromised enterprise which simply exploits without putting anything back… I like to be friendly, collaborate rather than compete, and charge less than I could.
Of course, this may be a tad too utopian.
For insight and perspective…
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- Authenticity. Respect and honesty.
- Business? Or 'enterprise'…?
- 'They say, we say.' Different strokes...
- Rush? Things are better without an imposed timeframe.
- Gonzo. A little something for the non-conformist in us all.
- It stinks. The essence of marketing?
- Presentation... 'I am, I said...'
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