Next time you’re thinking about delegating, ask yourself: Is this something I am uniquely suited to do? If not, be like the orb spider.
We live in a capitalist economy and that means people work for money. We managers know that, we are doing it ourselves. And yet, we feel entitled to mess with people’s lives every time we have a new job opening? Bullshit.
So we know newspapers and music can have impact that far outlasts their physicality but are there ways in which the short-term nature of media is actually a benefit?
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