In this edition ...
Business Law from Italian Cuisine... Ignore The Law At Your Own Risk... Find People who Challenge You... Knowing Your Issues...
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Business Law from Italian Cuisine...
Ignore The Law At Your Own Risk
It’s Saturday afternoon. I’m driving between a few errands and flipping through radio channels. Landing on NPR, I hear a guy describing his food experiences on a recent trip to Italy. There's a food phenomenon he experienced with enough consistency... that he dubbed it a “Law”. “Adam Gopnik’s Law of the Regional Specialty.”
The Law ...
...goes something like this:
Culinary dishes vary in quality, in proportion to one's distance from the region known for the dish.
“That makes sense,” I thought. “The further away you get from the place the dish became famous, the lower the quality will be. I don’t need a law to understand that!”
… Is Not What You Might Think
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KNOW YOUR ISSUES
by Anthony Wood on June 22, 2020
The only business that doesn’t have issues is one that has already gone out of business.
Having issues isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It’s what you do with them that counts.
The first step in handling any problem is acknowledging that it exists.