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What A Company Really Is

A company is no more than a bunch of people who share the same client and the same values, processes, and tools to deliver something a client wants.



That’s really all it is. And you don’t see those things on a 10-K, a financial report, or a strategy brief.


If you don’t share your company’s values and can’t spend another minute in its processes or tools, you already are no longer part of the company. And your clients notice.


Make sure you work in companies where you see yourself in their values and are afforded the opportunity to improve its processes and tools everyday.


And remember: values — or, the things your company incentivizes and the lines it won’t cross — tend to make themselves known when things get hard.


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