May 062016
 

As @southwestair ’s former CEO, Herb Kelleher, said in his annual letter to the rest of the company in the early ‘90s :

“We must not let success breed complacency; cockiness; greediness; laziness; indifference; preoccupation with no essentials; bureaucracy; hierarchy; quarrelsomeness; or obliviousness to threats posed by the outside world.”

What does this teach you in your professional development? As an entrepreneur/owner?

A LOT – right on? Comments welcome.

May 062016
 

As @southwestair ’s former CEO, Herb Kelleher, said in his annual letter to the rest of the company in the early ‘90s :

“We must not let success breed complacency; cockiness; greediness; laziness; indifference; preoccupation with no essentials; bureaucracy; hierarchy; quarrelsomeness; or obliviousness to threats posed by the outside world.”

What does this teach you in your professional development? As an entrepreneur/owner?

A LOT – right on? Comments welcome.

May 062016
 

As @southwestair ’s former CEO, Herb Kelleher, said in his annual letter to the rest of the company in the early ‘90s :

“We must not let success breed complacency; cockiness; greediness; laziness; indifference; preoccupation with no essentials; bureaucracy; hierarchy; quarrelsomeness; or obliviousness to threats posed by the outside world.”

What does this teach you in your professional development? As an entrepreneur/owner?

A LOT – right on? Comments welcome.

May 062016
 

As @southwestair ’s former CEO, Herb Kelleher, said in his annual letter to the rest of the company in the early ‘90s :

“We must not let success breed complacency; cockiness; greediness; laziness; indifference; preoccupation with no essentials; bureaucracy; hierarchy; quarrelsomeness; or obliviousness to threats posed by the outside world.”

What does this teach you in your professional development? As an entrepreneur/owner?

A LOT – right on? Comments welcome.

May 062016
 

As @southwestair ’s former CEO, Herb Kelleher, said in his annual letter to the rest of the company in the early ‘90s :

“We must not let success breed complacency; cockiness; greediness; laziness; indifference; preoccupation with no essentials; bureaucracy; hierarchy; quarrelsomeness; or obliviousness to threats posed by the outside world.”

What does this teach you in your professional development? As an entrepreneur/owner?

A LOT – right on? Comments welcome.