Andy Medici’s Strange Bedfellows: What Journalism Can Learn From Adult Entertainment
Imagine you are working in an industry that has been battered by the recent recession and rapid advances in technology. Instead of paying for teams of professionals, people are going online to find new content like yours or create their own. The Internet has opened the door to thousands of competitors, all offering content that appeals to just about any niche or taste.
Meanwhile, your legacy company is burdened with an outdated distribution system and is trying desperately to adjust to a new world in which having a local monopoly is not an option.
Sound familiar? Well if you have been working in the adult entertainment industry for the last few years, then this isn’t really news.
An imperfect perfect game
Steve Buttry’s Workplace lessons from an imperfect perfect game
A lot of men my age draw too many life lessons from sports. But I’m a man my age, so I drew three career lessons from last night’s Detroit Tigers game:
- Don’t let complaints about the things you can’t control distract you from focusing on what you can control and finishing your job.
- Take responsibility for your work and admit your mistakes.
- Tradition is no excuse for failure to innovate.
via Steve Buttry