Promise not delivered worth nothing!
While walking this morning down to work I saw delivery van with huge bold font slogan pained across: "Promise not delivered worth nothing!". It made me wonder for a moment if I could ever trust their own promises (promise being delivered is not a promise anymore, its a fact, isn't?).
Microsoft et al have made billions from delivering promises.
Sir Clive Sinclair made a few quid back in the 80's by (eventually) delivering on his promises.
Steve Jones (UK)
And it also seems that everybody needs a Corporate Vision, but they just never seem to ring true for me.
Every employer I know claims they only "hire the best". As far as I know, "best" are only a handful you can count on your fingers.
We only hire the best, available, who applied, and are willing to work with us, for next to nothing, and like it.
You mean: "We only hire the best, available, who applied, and are willing to work with us, for next to nothing, and like it or can't find anything else."
"We only hire the best..."
Egor, would you work for Joel? Would he hire you?
Anyone else think "Promise not delivered worth nothing" sounds like David Brent?
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