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Successful Companies are Externalizations of the Identities of their Owners

by J. M. Kuczynski Author · J. M. Kuczynski Narrator

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Harlan Sanders was a chef whose company (Kentucky Fried Chicken) makes food. Bill Gates was a computer scientist whose company (Microsoft) makes computer-software. Henry Ford was an automaker whose company (Ford Motors) makes cars. A company is successful when it externalizes the identity of its owner. A company is successful when it is its owner's identity—when, in other words, it is its owner's identity externalized. Business-success therefore isn't about coming up with a clever idea: it is about knowing how to be oneself and get paid for it.

Publication Details

Publisher:
Author's Republic
Edition:
Unabridged
Publication Date:
2017

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