…Sometimes it’s cool to floss
But don’t buy an eighty-five thousand dollar car
Before you buy a house . . .
And now you wanna call me hardcore
While I be stepping out the shower on a marble floor
I paid the IRS taxes send FedEx and faxes…
E-40 (E-40, Too $hort) ♦ Rapper’s Ball
In media, the debate is whether Content is King or the Distribution is King. It doesn’t really matter, in either scenario; the commonality is ownership of something that builds equity. There is no joy in betting the farm on depreciating assets: flashy cars, soon obsolete technology or the like. These are the items that are subject to lease. No one buys the fax and copier machine. You make buy the firm’s building.
There is also no job to big or small for the manager. If taxes have to get paid or someone has to stay late to get a FedEx package out the door, the manager has to be willing to roll up the sleeves and get it done and convey that culture throughout the organization. Who will do the dirty work if they do not believe the leader will do what it takes when the crunch comes. BPM says managers are only managers when other people are willing to follow. Other people follow when they realize that you are committed to getting done whatever needs to get done.
EQUITY IS KING
NO JOB TOO BIG OR SMALL