More Thoughts for CEOs

When Being “Fair” Doesn’t Make Sense

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I’m a good guy. I like being known as “a good guy”. I’m fair and reasonable and want people to perform well for me because I treat them well. Sometimes that works. Many times it doesn’t. Sometimes you get lucky and you hire someone special. You hire a person who is better than everyone else. … Read more

Thoughts to help you (November 2019)

Working on Boards and with CEOs gives me an opportunity to see what makes them highly successful. Below, I’ve curated the best that I’ve read recently. Hope you find this helpful!

A Dangerously Easy Way to Spend Too Much

I love growth. I love risk. However, I have not always carefully calibrated the risks I’ve taken to manage the costs associated with those risks.