First, Break All the Rules
December 6, 2015 8:13pm CST
I was given a book by that title by one of my teachers for a high school graduation present. It's a book about what the best managers do and the tips and keys to whatever it is that they do. I actually never read much of it; I did open it and flip through, but I have to say its title has become my motto. And I break all the rules to make a point. Because it's the only way to see the world for what it really is. Do you know this book, and/or do you agree with the title being meaningful just by itself? I know I do. It's the only graduation present I think about. Aside from the money of course, but philosophy is something that tends to keep its value over time.
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7 Dec 15
I think many of us are trained to obey rules without knowing the reasons for the rules. In the end, we obey all the old rules that are not applicable. It is the same in the office. The rules have been in place for years, and nobody thinks about questioning them or to change them.